ESN UC-II Type 2 Collagen

ESN UC-II Type 2 Collagen

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ESN UC-II® undenaturated type 2 collagen + vitamin C is a patented collagen type II with vitamin C, which contributes to normal collagen formation for healthy cartilage function.

  • Optimally dosed (40 mg UC-II® + 50 mg vitamin C).
  • 60 tablets - 2-months pack
  • Small tablet - easy-totake
  • Proven quality - Made in Germany
Suggested Use

Direction

Take 1 tablet per day with sufficient liquid (300 ml water) preferably with a meal.

Note Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Store the product out of the reach of small children!

Supplement Facts
Nutritional values amount per daily serving (1 tablet)
Collagen type II (UC-II®) 40 mg
Vitamin C 50 mg

Ingredients

Microcrystalline cellulose, L-ascorbic acid, collagen type II (UC-II®). UC-II® is a Lonza brand.

Manufacturer

Fitmart GmbH & Co KG, Werner-von-Siemens-Strasse 8, 25337 Elmshorn, Germany.

Amount

60 tablets

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UC-II®

Patented collagen with non-denatured collagen type II

Vitamin C

Supports normal collagen formation for healthy cartilage function

Made in Germany

Manufactured in our German in-house production facility using the latest technology according to the highest quality standards.

Everyone probably drinks protein shakes and takes amino acids to supply their muscles. But what about the supply for your joint cartilage? They also need sufficient nutrients!

DID YOU KNOW?

Increase in Osteoarthritis

Current data of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) regarding the frequency of osteoarthritis show, that sooner or later almost half of women and almost one third of men have excessively worn joints.¹

According to a story on health of adults in Germany (DEGS1) one in ten of people at a young age (18 to 29) already has joint pain. From the age of 65, it is over 40%. Shoulders and knees are most frequently affected, worn joints being the most common cause.²

This is precisely why you should take care and supply your joint cartilage with important nutrients at a young age, so that healthy cartilage function is maintained for as long as possible. Because once the cartilage is worn down, there is no turning back.

COFACTOR FOR YOUR CARTILAGE

Vitamin C

Although our average intake of vitamin C is sufficient, vitamin C, as a water-soluble vitamin, has a biological half-life of only 13 hours⁴. This means that without regular intake, bottlenecks can occur at times, even with an average sufficient supply. In addition, sports and infections, for example, significantly increase the need for vitamin C.⁵ However, since vitamin C is only a cofactor, it naturally requires even more.

SPECIFIC AND FIBER FORMING

UC-II® non-denatured Type 2 Collagen

That is why we have also chosen UC-II®, an innovative and at the same time proven branded raw material with non-denatured collagen type II, which can help maintain the structure and elasticity of hyaline cartilage. Thanks to its tissue specificity, it differs significantly from conventional collagen hydrolysate.

SMALL TABLETS, RELEVANT DOSAGE

Easy to take and exact dosage

The harder it is to take, the less likely you are to use something regularly. That's exactly why our product developers spent a long time researching for the right ingredients until they managed to get the most important relevant doses into just one small tablet.

* 1. Fuchs, J., Kuhnert, R., Scheidt-Nave, C. (2017). 12-Monats-Prävalenz von Arthrose in Deutschland. Journal of Health Monitoring. 2(3.: DOI 10.17886/RKI-GBE-2017-054. 2. Fuchs J, Prütz F (2017) Prävalenz von Gelenkschmerzen in Deutschland. Journal of Health Monitoring, 2(3): DOI 10.17886/RKI-GBE-2017-056. 3. EFSA (2009). Scientific Opinion on the substantiation of health claims related to vitamin C. 4. EFSA Journal. 7(9). DOI 10.2903/j. efsa.2009.1226. 5. actories, K., Förstermann, U., Hofmann, F. & Starke, K. (2017). Allgemeine und spezielle Pharmakologie und Toxikologie (12th ed.). Munich: Elsevier. 6. Gröber, U. (2011). Micronutrients (3rd ed.). Essen: Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft Stuttgart. Bierbaum S., Scharnweber, D., Hintze, V. (2017). Artificial Extracellular Matrices to Functionalize Biomaterial Surfaces. Biomatter, 2(3), 147-178. doi 10.1016/B978-0-12-803581-8.10206-1.