Collagen with Lysine and Vitamin C for Joint and Skin Health


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Collagen with Lysine and Vitamin C for Joint and Skin Health

There’s no doubt we’re all getting older, but that doesn’t mean we’re destined to deteriorate, or become slaves to aches and pains. With the right combination of ingredients, we can not only support ourselves, but encourage the process of repair, too.

Collagen with Lysine + Vitamin C from Webber Naturals® provides key nutrients that work synergistically to support healthy connective tissue, keeping joints strong, supple, and resilient, and skin hydrated, whatever your age.

There’s a reason that collagen is such a hot topic in the health and wellness sector these days. As the most abundant protein in the human body—constituting about one-third of our total protein—it’s vital to our musculoskeletal health and the connective tissue found in our bones, cartilage, teeth, gums, and skin.

Collagen gives strength and flexibility to connective tissue and your body’s ability to produce it plays an important part in preventing bone and joint problems as you age.[1]

If your body’s ability to make collagen has been weakened by an injury or inflammation, or you’re noticing the effects of declining collagen production due to age, all is not lost. Depleted collagen resources can be renewed by choosing Collagen with Lysine + Vitamin C from Webber Naturals®.

This unique Joint Ease® formula helps in the formation of collagen and connective tissue needed to maintain healthy bones and joint cartilage. It offers great support for anyone hoping to reduce cartilage degeneration and encourage its repair.

Lysine and Vitamin C are both essential to the formation of collagen, which is why they are included in this special formula. Lysine is an amino acid needed for the crosslinking of collagen polypeptides that give stability and structure to healthy collagen.[3] Lysine is also involved in the absorption of calcium into the bloodstream and helping to keep a positive calcium balance needed to promote bone growth and mineralization.[4]

The catch is that lysine needs vitamin C in order to do its job. Vitamin C is a little helper that converts lysine into a form that can be incorporated into collagen. It’s also an essential vitamin needed for healing damaged connective tissue.

As an antioxidant, vitamin C helps fight free radical damage and relieve oxidative stress due to inflammation—key factors that contribute to aging and soft tissue damage.[5]

Collagen with Lysine + Vitamin C is a kosher collagen supplement. It provides a high-quality marine source of collagen that is well-tolerated and combined with naturally occurring ingredients to nourish your bones and joint cartilage, and encourage regeneration and repair.

Patience Lister, BSc

Patience Lister, BSc

A wellness writer who helps to inspire healthier & more sustainable food and supplement choices.

References :
  1. Daneault A, Prawitt J, Soule VF, et al. Biological effect of hydrolyzed collagen on bone metabolism. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 2017;57(9):1922-37.
  2. Honvo G, Lengelé L, Charles A, et al. Role of collagen derivatives in osteoarthritis and cartilage repair: A systematic scoping review with evidence mapping. Rheumatol Ther. 2020; 7:703–740.
  3. Hall CJ, Tatiana P, da Costa S. Lysine: biosynthesis, catabolism and roles. WikiJournal of Science. 2018;1(1):4.
  4. Shankar K, Sakthibalan M, Raizada P, et al. A randomized open-label clinical study comparing the efficacy, safety, and bioavailability of calcium lysinate with calcium carbonate and calcium citrate malate in osteopenia patients. J Orthop Case Rep. 2018;8(4):15-9.
  5. DePhillipo NN, Aman ZS, Kennedy MI, et al. Efficacy of vitamin C supplementation on collagen synthesis and oxidative stress after musculoskeletal injuries: a systematic review. *Orthop J Sports Med. *2018;6(10):1-9.
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