Yes, Collagen May Be The Closest Thing We Have To A Real "Fountain of Youth"...

But If You Want The Age-Defying Benefits It Can Provide, It's Crucial To Consume It With This ONE INGREDIENT...

Marine Collagen with Boosted Absorption

With 270% More Bioavailability You Won't Believe The Difference

Supports the bodies cell structures to naturally help:

Renew Hair, Skin & Nails

Reduce Aches and Discomforts

Rejuvenate Tissue & Joints

Sustainably Sourced

100% New Zealand Made

What is Collagen?

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies.
It’s found in muscles, bones, skin, blood vessels, digestive system and tendons. It’s what helps give our skin strength and elasticity, along with replacing dead skin cells. When it comes to our joints and tendons, in simplest terms, it’s the “glue” that helps hold the body together. (1)

Collagens biggest challenge is bioavailability.

Koru Nutrition has solved the problem!

Ok, you now know that collagen has some seriously impressive health benefits, but if you've been doing your homework, then you probably also know that regular collagen is poorly absorbed by the body - making bioavailability a MAJOR issue. Bioavailability is the amount of a substance that actually enters your bloodstream so you get the health benefits you're looking for. Without it you're just wasting your money. (2)

 
UNTIL NOW...

We've solved the problem.

Koru Nutrition has discovered an advanced, unique pairing of Marine Collagen and a proprietary Kiwifruit Enzyme called Actinidin to make collagen more bioavailable than ever.

Collagen is considered a ‘hard to digest protein.’ Our proprietary combination of New Zealand Marine Collagen and breakthrough Actinidin leads to maximum absorption. (3)

WHEN COLLAGEN CAN BE FULLY ABSORBED, THE BENEFITS ARE EVEN GREATER THAN PREVIOUSLY BELIEVED...

Many Health & Beauty

Benefits

Marine Collagen+ has many benefits from muscle and bone health to renewing skin, hair and nails!

From 2-4 capsules a day you can be back in control of your body, skin and how you age. Supercharge your life now - look and feel years younger.

Slows Breakdown & Renews Skin

The collagen in our skin begins breaking down at age 21 and continues to be degraded throughout adulthood, leading to saggy, wrinkly skin as we get older. 70% of our skin is made of Type 1 collagen, and supplementing with Marine Collagen, which is a Type 1 collagen, helps to replenish our skin and helps to reverse ageing. Clinical trials have shown patients who supplement with marine collagen have a decrease in wrinkles and improved skin hydration and firmness. (4, 5)

Healthier Hair & Nails

Taking collagen may increase the strength of your nails by preventing brittleness. Additionally, it may stimulate your hair and nails to grow longer. (6)

Supports Wound Healing & Scars

Supplementing with marine collagen can lead to faster and more complete healing of wounds. As the main component of the dermal matrix of the skin, collagen is necessary for regeneration of skin after any skin injury or deformation, such as scars, rashes, and burns. Studies have found that marine collagen peptides may be an important component of wound healing by helping to promote cell proliferation, protein synthesis, and regenerating the extracellular matrix for tissue strength. (7)

Promotes Comfort & Flexibility

Bioactive peptides from marine sources, including hydrolysed marine collagen, have antioxidant properties that can reduce the presence of reactive oxygen species throughout the body. (8) Reactive oxygen species cause ageing of tissues and inflammatory responses throughout the body. Antioxidants are an important protection against accumulation of reactive oxygen species and also help to boost the immune system. Studies have shown decreased levels of reactive oxygen species after treatment with marine collagen peptides, showing that supplementing with marine collagen may help to reduce inflammation.

Boosts Muscle Mass

Between 1–10% of muscle tissue is composed of collagen. This protein is necessary to keep your muscles strong and functioning properly (9). Studies suggest that collagen supplementation can help boost muscle mass in people who suffer from muscle loss that happens with age (10). In one study, 27 elderly men took collagen daily while participating in an exercise program daily for 12 weeks. Compared to men who exercised but did not take collagen, they gained significantly more muscle mass and strength (11). Researchers have suggested that taking collagen may promote the synthesis of muscle proteins such as creatine, and may also stimulate muscle growth after exercise (12).

Builds Bone Strength

The loss of bone mass is a very serious part of ageing and can lead to osteoporosis, which affects over 75 million people around the world. People start losing bone mass after the age of 28. (13) Making sure we have enough calcium and phosphorus is essential to maintaining bone strength. However, these minerals are difficult to absorb, resulting in deficiencies and putting us at risk for bone loss and bone disease. Studies have shown that marine collagen peptides help the absorption of calcium and other minerals that are essential for bone strength. (14) Additionally, marine collagen supplementation stimulates collagen synthesis in the bones by promoting bone-building cells, called osteoblasts, (15) that build the organic matrix of bone, which is 90% collagen.

Supports Healthy Cholesterol

Marine collagen supplementation has been shown in clinical trials to lower LDL (the bad lipoprotein) and increase HDL (the good lipoprotein). (16) HDL is the “good” lipoprotein that pulls cholesterol and triglycerides out of the blood and tissues to help prevent tissue damage caused by fats. It is believed that marine collagen peptides may help promote genetic factors that regulate lipid metabolism and control cholesterol levels.

Next Generation

MARINE COLLAGEN+

The problem is most supplement companies don't know how - or don't care - to make highly bioavailable collagen using natural "clean" ingredients.

Koru Nutrition's MARINE COLLAGEN+ is not just different... it's better! We formulate for maximum bioavailability and absorption which REQUIRES two things that most collagen brands don't, or can't, deliver:

➤ Sustainable New Zealand Marine Collagen

We start with the most sustainable and bioavailable form of collagen you can get. (17) Marine Collagen is considered to be up to 150% more bioavailable than bovine, egg or chicken collagen - so it goes to work in your body almost immediately. All other forms of collagen have larger molecular structures making them more difficult for your body to absorb. (18)

Furthermore, we source our Marine Collagen from sustainable fish stock in New Zealand waters. This ensures our collagen comes from 'clean fish' in pure New Zealand waters that are free from heavy metals and toxins that can often pollute foreign waterways.

➤ Our Breakthrough Kiwifruit Enzyme

Have you ever heard the expression, "the sum is greater than its parts"?

Another reason Koru Nutrition's MARINE COLLAGEN + works so well is because it's formulated with our breakthrough Kiwifruit enzyme that leads to maximum absorption, further increasing it's potency and benefits. In an independent research study, this enzyme was shown to more than double the rate of digestion. (19)

Over 14,653 Happy Customers and Counting

Reading the reviews you begin to see the reason for Koru Nutrition’s growing following in New Zealand and around the world.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

If for any reason you're not fully satisfied, let us know within 60 days and we'll refund your money. If we can't help you feel better, we don't deserve your money. It's our promise!

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Frequently Asked

Questions

What is Collagen

We start with the most the bioavailable form of collagen you can get. Marine Collagen is considered to be up to 150% more bioavailable than bovine, egg or chicken collagen - so it goes to work in your body almost immediately. All other forms of collagen have larger molecular structures making them more difficult for your body to absorb. (20)

Furthermore, we source our Marine Collagen from sustainable fish stock in New Zealand waters. This ensures our collagen comes from 'clean fish' in pure New Zealand waters that are free from heavy metals and toxins that can often pollute foreign waterways. (21)

How is Koru Nutrition's MARINE COLLAGEN + different from other companies collagen?

MARINE COLLAGEN+ is the proprietary combination of sustainably sourced New Zealand Marine Collagen and a unique Kiwifruit Enzyme. Research shows that this combination makes MARINE COLLAGEN+ more absorbable than regular collagen products on the market. (22)

MARINE COLLAGEN+ only uses premium grade New Zealand Marine Collagen as it's renown for purity and sustainability. Products that use foreign collagen may be cheaper or sound 'exotic' but can contain traces of heavy metals and toxins. (23)

Why a Kiwifruit Enzyme?

Research shows that the use if this specific Kiwifruit Enzyme increases absorption of proteins up to 100%. (24)

What's better bovine collagen and marine collagen?

Marine collagen is absorbed up to 150% more efficiently into the body and has superior bioavailability over bovine or porcine collagens. Since it’s absorbed more efficiently and enters the bloodstream more quickly, it’s considered the best collagen source for health purposes. (25)

How much MARINE COLLAGEN + should I take and how often?

Studies indicate that the more Marine Collagen you consume the greater the results can be. (26)

From our research, we recommend a maintenance plan of 2-4 capsules of MARINE COLLAGEN+ per day as well as 2 capsules of VITAMIN C2 Fx.

For those wanting to see faster replenishment, we recommend taking 4-6 capsules of MARINE COLLAGEN+ along with 2-4 capsules of VITAMIN C2 Fx.

QUESTIONS? E-mail - info@korunutrition.co.nz or call 0800 99 99 80

Exclusive Offer!

Get Up To 30% Off Today!

To spread the word about this next generation formula, we're offering a limited number of customers full-size bottles up to 30% OFF!

Marine Collagen+ comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If you don't love it, you'll get a full refund.

If you want to support your skin, hair and nails to look and feel younger, your joints, bones and muscles to be healthier, click the button below to get up to 30% OFF and see how powerful it is for yourself!

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

If for any reason you're not fully satisfied, let us know within 60 days and we'll refund your money. If we can't help you feel better, we don't deserve your money. It's our promise!

Koru Nutrition

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Representations regarding the efficacy and safety of collagen have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The FDA only evaluates foods and drugs, not supplements like these products. These products are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any disease.

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