Because it is a protein different from the others in which nothing less than sixty percent of it is made up of only three amino acids: 30% is glycine, 20% is proline and 10% is lysine.
Our collaborator AML SPORT Tells us why it is so important to take collagen with magnesium.
On the other hand, in the other proteins, the twenty amino acids that form them are more mixed in their proportions, although those of plant origin are poor, lysine, methionine and tryptophan, which explains why, if a person consumes little protein, adding collagen to your diet is going to balance to a large extent, and why when there is wear and tear on the joints, bones, tendons and ligaments that are precisely collagen, helping complement the food with this protein is the most correct decision to make and if sports are done, simply using common sense tells us that the best thing we can do, is to supplement those foods that are shorter in protein, breakfasts normally, with this food.
And why with magnesium?
because we know for years that in the countries where we fertilize with phosphorus and potassium with nitrogen, we are currently taking half or less than it was taken eighty years ago and finally it has officially been recognized that the 80% of the population of those countries have a greater or lesser degree a deficiency of this element.
And Ana María Lajusticia, founder of the brand, adds to people who have spasms, cramps and spasms, have a severe deficit and those who have arrhythmias and palpitations without having a very severe cardiovascular problem.
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