Did you know how popular collagen is in different countries?
➡️ In Asian countries, e.g.: Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Japan, collagen is incredibly popular. This is due to the fact that the culture of consumption of this valuable protein is highly developed there.
In Japan, the use of collagen has contributed to a significant increase in life expectancy, thanks to government support.
This is not surprising, since collagen is present in almost all of our body's connective tissues, organs and blood vessels. Its lack not only has an immediate impact on our appearance, but especially on the internal condition of the entire body.
Japan has its own culture of taking collagen. They see this protein as a means of slowing down the aging process. In other words, the Japanese take collagen to look younger.
Nearly 100% of the Japanese population is aware of the existence of collagen, with 60-year-olds being more aware than 20-year-olds - 99.7% versus 97.3%.
➡️ The culture of dietary supplement consumption is also very strong in the US. This applies not only to collagen, but also to other supplements. Americans have entire shelves in their homes with all kinds of jars, bottles, pills, etc.
When Americans take collagen, they mainly focus on improving the condition of joints and ligaments. Therefore, it is usually taken by athletes or the elderly.
❗ It seems that people in our country care less about their health, while in the cultures of other countries it is an inseparable part of life. And it's not just about taking nutritional supplements. If we look at the statistics "Where and how much people spend on their health," Belgium is also at the bottom of the list.
We hope this situation will change over time and people will be more careful with their health!
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