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Benefits and Considerations about Collagen with Magnesium

Collagen with magnesium benefits the recovery of tissues such as bones, ligaments, joints and muscles. Magnesium and vitamin C are key in its formation. There is no plant collagen. Collagen is essential for the absorption of calcium. Taking collagen with magnesium is effective orally, but does not meet daily magnesium needs. Diabetics and pregnant people can take it, consulting with their doctor.

Benefits and Considerations about Collagen with Magnesium Benefits and Considerations about Collagen with Magnesium

Why is it necessary to take collagen with magnesium?

The Collagen with Magnesium compound has a beneficial effect on the recovery of all those ailments that have to do with the wear and tear of tissues such as bones, ligaments, joints and muscles. The collagen protein regenerates and improves their condition. Especially in cases of osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, torn ligaments, deterioration of the skin, broken blood vessels, hair loss and brittle nails.

Furthermore, we must remember that tissues are repaired with the same things they are manufactured: if we have formed them with proteins, phosphorus, magnesium and vitamin C, their formation is done with the same materials.


Why do we add magnesium to collagen?

We add magnesium to collagen because this mineral has a fundamental role in the formation of proteins, including collagen. With this additional contribution of magnesium we seek to promote the formation of new collagen that will help us in the desired tissue regeneration. Magnesium contributes to normal protein synthesis, normal muscle function and the maintenance of bones in normal conditions.


Why is vitamin C important?

Vitamin C is a reducer that intervenes very directly in the formation of proteins, including collagen. Vitamin C contributes to the normal formation of collagen for the normal functioning of the catilages, blood vessels, bones, gums, skin and teeth.


Is there plant collagen?

No, plant collagen does not exist as such. Vegetable collagen is currently on the market in the form of algae, vegetable gelatins... they are actually pectins, that is, carbohydrates. Therefore, in no case do they have the regenerative capacity of tissues such as that provided by collagen of animal origin.


Why is collagen necessary for calcium absorption?

Bone collagen is the support for calcium. This means that less collagen means less calcium, and therefore less flexible bones. Precisely because of this loss of flexibility, bones break more easily (and not because they have less calcium as is popularly believed). It is thanks to collagen and not calcium, that the bone can deform slightly without breaking, in case of receiving a blow or pressure.


Is it effective to take collagen with magnesium orally?

Collagen is a food, actually a protein, and like all foods, it is taken orally; The Collagen with Magnesium compound is interesting to take, above all, at breakfast, because in general, few proteins are taken at that time. Magnesium is of interest to take it, especially when there are any symptoms of deficiency.


Taking only collagen with magnesium, do I cover the daily magnesium needs?

The amount of magnesium contained in the collagen compound with Magnesium is only the necessary need for our body to correctly absorb collagen, but it does not cover the minimum daily needs of this mineral. For this reason, an additional supply of magnesium should be taken, either in the form of chloride, carbonate or lactate.


Can a diabetic person take collagen with magnesium?

Yes, taking collagen with magnesium helps keep the interior of the blood vessels in good condition, which is very important for diabetics. Before taking any supplement, consult your doctor first.


Can collagen compounds with magnesium be taken during pregnancy?

Yes, it can be taken. The formation of tissues and, therefore, the extra need for proteins increases extraordinarily during pregnancy and, consequently, it is necessary that the diet provides amino acids in sufficient quantities and all those nutrients that intervene in their chaining to form the chains. peptides. These are phosphorus, to make ATP and GTP, magnesium, proteins and iron, which the baby will store in the liver and blood, since milk will be its only food in the first months of life.

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