New Research Supports Collagen Peptide Supplementation Positively Affects Biomarkers Related to Cardiovascular Disease

by | Jun 10, 2022

A recent review of pooled data published The British Journal of Nutrition provides the world’s first wide-ranging analysis of the effects of collagen peptide supplementation on biomarkers associated with cardiovascular health including body mass, fat mass, fat-free mass, LDL, HDL, triglycerides, total cholesterol, blood pressure, and fasting blood sugar.

According to this study commentary from NutraIngredients, “the meta-analysis determined that supplementation with collagen peptides positively affected biomarkers related to cardiovascular disease.” Of the 239 studies screened, only 12 high quality, randomized controlled studies were selected for further analysis.¬†Accepted studies included not one, but three, of Nitta’s clinical collaborations with top research partners in Japan, Korea, and India, supporting Wellnex Replenwell’s collagen peptide ingredients’ benefits on heart health, joint comfort, and dermal support.

As the leader in collagen peptide ingredient innovation and clinical discoveries, we look forward to more independent, third party research exploring the untapped potential of collagen peptides for human health.