PHYSIOMANCE COLLAGÈNE ARTICULATION provides per capsule :
- 10 mg of Collavant®n2 type II native collagen, a joint constituent, which maintains the normal structure of joint cartilage;
- 15% of the RI* in copper, which strengthens connective tissue such as cartilage;
- 15% of the RI* in manganese, which contributes to the maintenance of normal bone structure and the normal formation of connective tissue;
- 15% of the RI* in zinc, which contributes to the maintenance of normal bone structure;
- 15% of the RI* in vitamin C, essential for the production of collagen, a protein that ensures the normal functioning of bones and joints;
- 15% of the RI* in natural vitamin D3, which contributes to the maintenance of normal blood calcium levels.
*RI : Reference intakes
Why choose PHYSIOMANCE PHYSIOMANCE COLLAGÈNE ARTICULATION from the THERASCIENCE Laboratory ?
- For its complete formula, combining Collavant®n2 type II native collagen with a micronutritional complex, helping to bring flexibility and mobility to the joints.
- For its optimal concentration of native type II collagen (40 mg), a dose that has proven its effectiveness in several clinical studies on the proper functioning of joints.
Did you know it ?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, but also in the animal kingdom. It alone represents a quarter of the proteins present in mammals. Acting as a glue, hence its name, and acting as a structural protein, collagen ensures the flexibility and elasticity of our tissues. There are currently 28 different types of collagens, each of which is specific to one or more organs.
Type II collagen is found mainly in joints and cartilage. This type of collagen, present in its native, non-hydrolyzed form, is used in particular in people with joint disorders that may be associated with an auto-immune response, which attacks endogenous type II collagen.
Its intake is part of an "oral tolerance" mechanism, a principle based on the ingestion of a food to modulate the body's immunity. When it comes into contact with the food, the immune cells, and more particularly the regulatory T lymphocytes (T reg), become activated. These then pass into the bloodstream to reach the joints where they produce anti-inflammatory mediators, thus protecting endogenous type II collagen from degradation. Thus, a supply of type II collagen helps regulate the immune response against native collagen and contributes to the maintenance of good joint health.