Collagen is very popular in the world of dietary supplements but if you are looking for a collagen supplement for yourself you need to know how to the difference between the different types. Different types of this protein have been studied for different things (wrinkles vs arthritis for example). In this quick video, I'm going to show you how to tell the difference between type I, type II, and Type III collagen. So what's the best type of collagen? It really depends. Once you know the right type, you can more easily find a supplement for skin health vs. arthritis.
What's The Best Type of Collagen
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- What is type I, type II, and type II collagen used for?
- What animals do companies get collagen from?
- What is hydroxyproline and why is vitamin C important
- What are collagen peptides?
- How to recognize it on supplement labels
So, Does Collagen Work?
Preliminary research suggests this unique protein may aid arthritis and even help reduce wrinkles. Some of this research involves humans. That said, there's much that's not understood. Many studies are conducted /supported by supplement companies. While there are 29 different types of collagen, it seems that different types (mostly type I, type II, and type II) have different effects. Type II may help arthritis while types I and III may help the skin.