PLENT PURE MARINE COLLAGEN

BEAUTY STARTS FROM WITHIN!

REDUCES FINE LINES & WRINKLES

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Skin Firming

Plent Pure Marine Collagen may increase skin elasticity, hydration and firmness

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Prevent signs of aging

Plent Pure Marine Collagen is a source of the structural protein that may contribute to skin repair

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Improved Hair Condition

Plent Pure Marine Collagen neutralizes free radicals and thus may improve hair growth and hair regeneration

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Restore your glow with our marine collagen!

Is your skin suffering from the visible signs of ageing? Our guilt-free marine collagen provides the essential collagen peptides that may help you to revitalise, rehydrate and replenish your skin. Get your glow back!

Marine collagen may contribute to:

  • boosting skin resilience and strength
  • preventing crack and wrinkle formation
  • thick and luscious hair
  • reduced inflammation
  • reduced joint pain
  • protection against cartilage damage
  • improved bone health
  • improved overall health

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Plent Pure Marine Collagen is ASC certified

Plent Pure Marine Collagen is ASC certified

It is important to understand that sustainability does not equal quality! Marine collagen - such as wild-caught cod, whether MSC certified or not - has been shown to contain arsenic (and inorganic arsenic) and lead.

ASC-certified collagen contains no arsenic and lead. This is one of the reasons we use ASC-certified collagen.

The ASC certification stands for:

  1. The fish are responsibly farmed in a clean environment, disease free, under animal welfare, and the feed is from a trusted source.
  2. The fish farm maintains a positive relationship with the neighboring communities, who are responsible for the environment during fish production.
  3. The employees of the fish farm are treated fairly and well compensated.

The difference between ASC and MSC certification

There are many misconceptions about sustainability in the collagen industry. What you often come across when it comes to sustainably sourced raw materials are the MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) and ASC certification. You probably know this from fish you can buy in the supermarket.

The MSC label is for wild fish and the ASC label is for farmed fish. However, there is a big difference between these certifications when it comes to the final product.

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Hydrolyzed marine collagen

Hydrolyzed

Plent fish collagen is hydrolyzed. This ensures that the collagen can be properly absorbed and used in the body.

100% natural marine collagen

100% natural

Plent Pure Marine Collagen contains 100% natural ingredients with no fillers or binders

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With vitamin C

Our Chocolate and Berry variant contains natural vitamin C from acerola for better absorption into the body. 100% natural and delicious in taste!

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High purity

Plent Pure Marine Collagen has been tested by a third party lab and found to be free of heavy metals.

ASC certified marine collagen

ASC certified

Plent extracts collagen from ASC-certified fish: the world's leading certification for farmed marine animals.

Benefits of Plent Pure Marine Collagen

Collagen is believed to have antioxidant properties, lipid-lowering activity and connective tissue benefits, and may help promote skin and wound healing.

When our blood vessels are injured, collagen is exposed and pulls cells from the blood (platelets) causing blood to clot. This helps to prevent excessive bleeding when the damage occurs. In addition, collagen also plays a key role in supporting the functions of blood vessels!

Plent Pure Marine Collagen also has a number of advantages over some other suppliers:

  • ESC certified
  • Free from heavy metals (lab-tested)
  • 100% natural
  • Easily digestible
  • Low molecular weight (2,000 Da)
  • Hydrolyzed for better absorption
  • Dissolves well, easy to drink
  • Naturally sweetened with stevia (Berry & Chocolate)
  • Added Vitamin C (Berry & Chocolate)
  • No fishy aftertaste

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“As we age, the production of collagen in the body decreases every year! This is the main cause of wrinkles, lines and other signs of aging"

Go for a beautiful skin from today!

According to studies, collagen may help slow the signs of aging, such as the formation of fine lines, wrinkles and brown spots. This is because collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in the human body and plays an essential role in skin, hair, nails and connective tissue.

Why use Plent Pure Marine Collagen

The decrease in collagen production causes the signs of skin aging: wrinkle formation, brown spots, fine lines and sagging skin. Plent fish collagen can help slow down this process and help tighten the skin. (Source: Parjournal)

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Fun facts about collagen!

We have listed the best facts for you:

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body. There are over 20 different types of collagen in the body.

Collagen is an important part of our skin, hair, nails, cartilage, ligaments, tendons and bones.

Marine collagen is not subject to the communicable diseases that bovine or porcine collagen can have.

Type I collagen, the main form found in fish, is also the most abundant type in the human body.

Plent Pure Marine collagen has a low molecular weight, which promotes the absorption of collagen in the body.

Collagen can reduce joint pain in athletes.

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The difference compared to some other brands:

100% natural vitamin C from acerola

Our collagen powder with chocolate and berry flavor contains 80 mg of natural vitamin C from organic acerola per daily dose.

Research has shown that vitamin C promotes the absorption of collagen in the body!

No fishy aftertaste

Plent Pure Marine collagen has no unpleasant aftertaste, unlike bovine and porcine collagen.

Most fish collagen also has a fishy or sour aftertaste. This is not the case with our marine collagen!

High quality raw materials

Most of the raw materials used in bovine collagen today come from South America. Even within the same brand of raw materials, you will find inconsistencies in taste and quality. Our marine collagen is of a consistently high quality.

Third party tested and free from heavy metals

Many marine collagen is marketed as 'clean', but contains arsenic and other heavy metals such as lead. This is mainly found in so-called "wild-caught" marine collagen. Plent Pure Marine collagen is independently tested and free from heavy metals.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Research in the field of collagen supplementation is in its early stages. There are currently no approved health claims. However, there are some promising research results regarding the supplement. It has been studied that our collagen production declines after early adulthood, contributing to fine lines, wrinkles and brown spots. However, research has also shown that collagen has a positive influence on joint and bone health problems!

The effect of collagen on the skin

Collagen is an important component of the skin. In an extensive study, the dermatological benefits of collagen were demonstrated. The review included 11 studies and reported that:

"Preliminary results show promise for the short and long-term use of oral collagen supplements for wound healing and skin aging."

"Oral collagen supplements also increase skin elasticity, hydration and dermal collagen density. Collagen supplementation is generally safe with no reported side effects."

The effect of collagen on the hair

According to studies, long-term collagen supplementation helps to regenerate damaged hair and increase the cell growth of the hair follicle. Collagen can help improve hair thickness and resistance to hair damage. The study was evident for healthy women aged 39 to 75 years (Source: Nutrafoods)

The effect of collagen on skin and wound healing

Collagen can help promote skin and wound healing. When our blood vessels are damaged, collagen is exposed and attracts cells called platelets from the blood, causing blood to clot. This helps prevent excessive bleeding when the damage occurs. In addition, collagen also plays a crucial role in supporting the functions of blood vessels.

The effect of collagen on joint pain

Collagen is the main ingredient of all tendons, connective tissue and our articular cartilage. This has led to the idea that collagen supplementation can help reduce joint pain.

In one high-quality study, 140 participants completed six taking 10 g of collagen every day for months reported reduced joint pain compared to placebo.

The effect of collagen on bone health

As mentioned, the most studied effect of collagen supplements is their role in protecting bones. This is especially important for female athletes and the elderly who are at risk for arthritis and osteoporosis.

A recent systematic study concluded that "Collagen hydrolyzate plays a positive therapeutic role in osteoporosis and osteoarthritis: possibly increasing bone mineral density, with protective effect on articular cartilage and primarily for symptomatic relief of pain."

Similarly, another study showed that every day 10g of collagen relieved the symptoms of osteoarthritis while the placebo produced no effects.

Yes. Studies show that collagen supplementation in women aged 40-60 can help improve skin hydration and elasticity, helping to reduce wrinkles caused by aging. (Source: NCBI, NCBI II, The Royal New Zealand)

When a protein is extracted from food, it usually has a long, complex structure. Larger proteins must be digested before they are absorbed and available in the body. When a large protein is hydrolyzed, it is 'cut' using enzymatic processes to simply chop it into smaller fragments, making it more bioavailable and biologically active.

In short, this means that hydrolyzed collagen (such as Plent fish collagen) is more absorbable in the body.

Collagen in its native form cannot be dissolved by water and is fibrous and stiff. Therefore, if used raw and in its original state, it can be difficult for the body to absorb.

Through a process called hydrolysis, collagen is broken down into smaller pieces by adding water molecules to become hydrolyzed collagen or collagen peptides. Hydrolyzed collagen or collagen peptides is an easily digestible and absorbable form of collagen.

In short, this means that hydrolyzed collagen (such as Plent Vis Collagen) is better absorbed by the body.

Marine collagen (such as Plent Pure Marine Collagen) is a type 1 collagen. This is similar to the collagen structure naturally present in the body, making it readily available once used (Source: MDPI).

Traditionally, raw materials from cattle (cows) and pigs (pigs) are used for collagen supplements. But as further research has been done, collagen from marine life has been found to be more durable and of better quality. Marine collagen is a high-quality type I collagen with a higher absorbency of 1.5 times more than bovine and pork collagen. (Source: NCBI & MDPI).

Both bovine and marine collagen are known to promote type I collagen. Bovine collagen also promotes type III, while marine collagen promotes types I and II levels in the body (Sources: NCBI).

It is well known that fish do not carry or transmit infections or diseases, which could be a potential problem in cattle and pigs. A painful example is the foot-and-mouth disease that was transmitted through contaminated beef products a few years ago (Source: NCBI). Bovine collagen peptides can be subjected to the feeding and grazing conditions of the cow from which it is derived, which may be a consideration when choosing fish collagen.

Everyone needs collagen. We produce collagen in the body and we need it for healthy bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, hair, nails and more. In terms of supplement, this may be a consideration.

This will depend on your specific needs and any guidance from a medical professional, but typically a dose of 10-12 grams of Type I has been used in several studies demonstrating the positive benefits of collagen.

At Plent we recommend 10 g daily. We base this on studies that have been done. However, the recommended dosage for collagen has not yet been established. The dosage used ranges from typically 2.5 g to 15 g per day. Each brand of collagen supplements has its own suggested serving size per day.

According to studies, 10g of collagen peptides for eight weights have shown positive results in moisturizing the skin in women aged 40-59 (Source: NCBI). Meanwhile, a daily intake of 10g of collagen peptide is believed to help increase bone mass density (Source: DRS).

Collagen supplements in capsule form are ordinary collagen powder in a capsule. However, this makes it extremely expensive. The same is the case with sticks (sachets) that are increasingly available. Often this contains only a few grams of fish collagen, which makes it very expensive in comparison.

Collagen Peptide Powder is a convenient way to add collagen to your diet. You can simply mix one scoop (10g) per day in a glass of water, juice, plant-based milk or coffee. It can also be added to shakes, ice cream, cakes, etc. Plent fish collagen is heat resistant.

Plent Pure Marine Collagen is ASC certified

It is important to understand that sustainability does not equal quality! Fish collagen - such as wild-caught cod, whether MSC certified or not - has been shown to contain arsenic (and inorganic arsenic) and lead.

ASC-certified collagen contains no arsenic and lead. This is one of the reasons we use ASC-certified collagen.

The difference between ASC and MSC certification

There are many misconceptions about sustainability in the collagen industry. What you often come across when it comes to sustainably sourced raw materials are the MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) and ASC certification. You probably know this from fish you can buy in the supermarket.

The MSC label is for wild fish and the ASC label is for farmed fish. However, there is a big difference between these certifications when it comes to the final product.

Plent Pure Marine collagen is extracted from skin and cartilage of fish

As mentioned, marine collagen is extracted from the skin and cartilage of fish. These are the parts of the fish that are typically a by-product of fish farming and would otherwise be thrown away. In other words, by consuming fish collagen, you are using parts of the fish that were previously disposed of as waste. It is estimated that up to 70% of fish is discarded as waste (Source: NCBI) and only 25% used as a food product (Source: NCBI). We think this is unnecessary food waste.

Marine collagen is compatible with what the body makes. It can be classified as both a food and a dietary supplement. It is considered safe and effective. It has been used in various clinical, research and tissue engineering applications (Source: NCBI).

In terms of safety, collagen supplements fall into the category of 'nutraceuticals', ie food products that can have a pharmaceutical effect in the body and do not pose any risk (Source: Scielo). They are also considered nutricosmetics because of their role in skin care. Collagen is considered safe for human consumption with a low risk of side effects.

No. Collagen is a type of protein and does not contain excess calories that can contribute to weight gain.

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