BIOAVAILABLE SILICIUM

An unknown partner of the connective tissue

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Connective tissue is common to all organs and is organised around them. It is composed of fibres (collagen) of fundamental substance and differentiated cells.
Its mission is to ensure support, cohesion, nutrition, exchange and defence. It is found in abundance in: skin, nails, hair, fascias, bones, tendons, cartilage, ligaments, vascular membranes,...

Studies confirm that silicium plays a fundamental role in the synthesis of collagen.

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