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Kollo Liquid Collagen Supplements Featured on ITV

by Natasha Whiting

Kollo Liquid Collagen Supplements Featured on ITV

The team at Kollo are so proud to announce that our liquid marine collagen supplements were featured on ITV’s This Morning with Vernon Kay, Rochelle Humes and Nadine Baggot. It was a great segment on the show where Nadine presented a range of top collagen products from creams to lip balms to sleep masks to supplements. It gave viewers a great piece of insight into the health and beauty benefits of collagen as well as some tips on leading products on the market.

Kollo took pride of place as the final product they discussed. After clarification about the creams and lip oils, which do not contain collagen but rather include ingredients that help boost your natural collagen production, Kollo was presented as a great supplement for absorbing actual collagen into the body. Again, the main purpose of this is to provide the fuel your body needs to increase its own collagen production, but it is far more powerful in the body than on it.

What is Kollo?

Kollo is a high-quality marine collagen supplement. This means it is a nutritional supplement that contains pure collagen taken from the skin and scales of fish. Our collagen is suspended in a delicious shot of liquid that you add to water, and it is broken down by a process called hydrolysis into amino acids chains that your body can easily absorb. This fuels your natural production of collagen to fight back against the gradual decline in collagen synthesis as we get older.

Why collagen?

Collagen is one of the most common proteins in the human body. It is what gives our bones their strength, our joints their resilience and our skin its suppleness. As it withers in our bodies, we experience the symptoms of ageing like fine lines and wrinkles, reduced skin elasticity, thinning hair, brittle nails, weaker bones and stiff joints, so collagen supplements can be very helpful in restoring some of the youthful lustre of our bodies.

What did Nadine Baggot say about Kollo? 

Nadine told us that marine collagen is the best supplement to go for if you don’t want to take bovine collagen supplements (derived from the skin and bones of cows). We would go one further than that and say that marine collagen is actually superior to bovine collagen, particularly when you are looking to get results for your skin, hair and nails. The main reason for this is because marine collagen usually has greater purity and fewer contaminants.

Wild caught fish, like the ones used in the production of Kollo, are less exposed to things like antibiotics and other chemicals than farmed cattle. This means there are no unwanted contaminants in their cells, which will therefore not make it into any supplements you consume. Furthermore, the collagen extracted from fish by hydrolysis is extremely pure and easy for the body to ingest, so you can be assured that it will be taken up and start working very quickly in your body.

For vegetarians and vegans

One thing that Vernon brought up, and Nadine elaborated on, is that collagen products derived from marine or bovine sources are not suitable for vegetarians or vegans. However, the collagen that goes into Kollo supplements is a by-product of the fishing industry. This means that no animals were harmed specifically for the production of the collagen supplements, and the material the collagen comes from would otherwise be cast off as waste.

This will not be any comfort to many vegetarians or vegans, but it is worth knowing in terms of the ethics and sustainability of Kollo and many other collagen supplements. Nadine mentioned that scientists are working on a way of bio-fermenting collagen from bacteria and yeast so there may be hope for collagen in a proven form. Currently, vegan collagen supplements contain plant-based ingredients known to stimulate collagen production in the body, but they are not thought to be as effective as bovine or marine collagen.

Other takeaways from the ITV segment

Aside from the points listed above, there are a few other things to note from ITV’s coverage of Kollo.

• Nadine said you would need to take 2 sachets to get your 10 gram dosage of collagen from Kollo but, in fact, there are actually 10 grams in every sachet!

• Vernon pointed out that collagen supplements are not just for women – this is true! Kollo offers the same health and beauty benefits regardless of gender.

• The taste of the bovine collagen was described as ‘horrible’ – something no-one would ever say about the delicious Kollo liquid in our sachets.

A huge thank you from Kollo

It was a real thrill to see our beautiful Kollo box and sachets make an appearance on ITV. The team would like to extend our thanks to ITV for including it and to Vernon, Rochelle and Nadine for the fantastic coverage of Kollo and the collagen world at large.

We truly believe that collagen supplements are a game changer for people’s health and beauty and we have pulled out all the stops to perfect our product to maximise your results. You will not find a better product than Kollo for getting marine collagen into your body. Our customers rave about the fantastic benefits they have experienced and we take every comment on board to ensure we remain at the top of the market.

If you would like to learn more about our product, please don’t hesitate to explore our website and discover everything about:

• The benefits
• The ingredients
• What our customers say
• Information about collagen

We hope to see you over there and if you have any questions, our team is available to answer them. You can get in touch through our website or via social media – we’d love to hear from you!

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