How it works in the body
How it works in the body
Collazymes is the first association of collagen hydrolysate and digestive enzymes. These two components work in synergy and each play a key role in the production of new proteins.
Collazymes provides the following essential amino acids : histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, valine. These help in the maintenance of good health and are involved in protein synthesis.
Collazymes provides the following non-essential amino acids : alanine, arginine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, glycine, proline, serine, tyrosine which are also involved in protein synthesis.
Lysine, hydroxyproline, hydroxylysine and arginine accumulate in joints, enrich its cells and help maintain healthy joints. Lysine plays a major role in the formation of new collagen.
Amino acids have shown to have many effects on a variety of cells (chondrocytes, proteoglycanes, glycoproteins) involved in the enzymatic production and decomposition of joint and cartilage cells.
These amino acids help maintain balance between the production and decomposition of cells. When this balance is disrupted, decomposition becomes predominant and functionality becomes restricted. These amino acids influence cell metabolism and accelerate the cartilage renewal process and can consequently help slow down its degradation.
Disruption of of the biochemical process of joint cells can activate the inflammatory process. We observed that Collazymes was, in some cases, able to reduce the inflammatory process. This mechanism is not fully understood, but we think it is attributed to the fact that Collazymes provides essential nutrients (amino acids and enzymes) able to influence joint health.
Glycine and proline play a major role in fibrous tissues. A deficiency of these amino acids can weaken tissues resulting in joint, muscle, tendon and ligament pain.
These amino acids accumulate in connective tissues, provide nourishment to joint cells, ease pain and can significantly reduce the need for pain medication (analgesics).
Collazymes provides the following blend of digestive enzymes : amylase, cellulase, lactase, lipase et protease.
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RENSEIGNEMENTS IMPORTANTS SUR COLLAZYMES – Collazymes est un produit de santé natuel vendu sans ordonnance qui est approuvé et autorisé pour la vente au Canada (NPN- 80036139). Collazymes fournit des nutriments essentiels à la production du collagène par l’organisme et des enzymes digestives pour favoriser une bonne digestion. Collazymes ne contribue pas à prévenir, guérir ou traiter une maladie. Collazymes n’est pas recommandé durant la grossesse et l’allaitement. Avant l’utilisation veuillez vérifier les précautions.
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© Copyright 2018 – Collazymes is a trademark of Pure Simple Nutrition Inc.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT COLLAZYMES – Collazymes is a natural health product approved and authorized for sale in Canada (NPN- 80036139). Collazymes provides essential nutrients for the production of collagen in the body and digestive enzymes to promote healthy digestion. Collazymes does not help to prevent, cure or treat a disease. Collazymes is not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Check cautions before use.
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