Connective tissue & collagen

Connective tissue is a versatile tissue in the body that supports structures such as skin, tendons and organs. Collagen, a crucial protein in connective tissue, gives it strength and elasticity. Micronutrients such as vitamin C and amino acids are essential for collagen production and help to maintain connective tissue, which can play a significant role in slowing down the ageing process. The MITOcare micronutrients listed here support your connective tissue & collagen with their carefully selected ingredients. All information on the exact ingredients and their effects can be found on the respective product pages.

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