Some key indications that you could be lacking in collagen are: dull and thinning hair, skin is dry and lacklustre, joint pain from exercise, thinning nails, slow injury recovery, wrinkles, and gastrointestinal problems to name a few.
Collagen is naturally produced in the body when we are young, but the balance of production vs depletion is compromised from a persons mid 20’s; declining at an increased rate – the older we get. One of the common questions we encounter is “What age should I start taking collagen?” Each person is different and with differences in lifestyle, stress factors and environment etc the starting point for each person taking a collagen supplement will vary. Current research suggests that the best age to start taking collagen is in your mid-20s.
In fact, current research suggests that collagen production is thought to decrease by about 1% per year from the age of 25 and is significantly reduced by the age of 40. Moreover, collagen production begins to decline at a rate of about 30% per year from the age of 65–70.
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