Dr. Fit Collagen Fit Fiber

Collagen is a main structural protein responsible for healthy joints and skin elasticity, or stretchiness which in the bones, muscles, and blood, comprising three quarters of our skin and a third of the protein in our body.

Dr. Fit Vege High Fiber is an edible fiber is generally known as “dietary fiber”. It is made of complex carbohydrates and other natural polymers such as xylogen. This fiber can be digested by the enzymes in human body.

Help for


Locks in skin cells moisture up to 20 hours


Malic acids & Vitamin C Help to lighten pigmentation

Rejuvenating & Repairing

Brings your skin back to life and heal the scars.


Helps skin to produce collagen and elastin

The Benefits of Collagen


healthy skin


bone structure


joint pain


muscle strength


Digestive organs


blood pressure

Causes of Collagen Loss

Collagen is a type of protein that basically acts like a ‘glue’ to hold us together. It makes up around 75% of our skin’s structure giving us that plump and youthful appearance, while also playing an important role in healthy hair, nails and joints. Along with age, there are a few things that can cause collagen levels to decline, leading to wrinkles, stiff joints and brittle nails.



From mid-twenties, our natural production of collagen begins to drop by approximately 1% per year. This loss accelerates over time, and by age 50 we’ve lost about 40% of the collagen in our skin.


It’s well known that smoking is bad for your overall health, also directly damages collagen as well as elastin in the body, and this can lead to premature aging, fine lines and wrinkles.


When we’re stressed, our body releases a stress hormone called cortisol. This hormone can breakdown collagen and reduce our body’s natural production.

Sun and UV damage

UV exposure causes production of enzymes in the skin that breakdown our collagen and elastin fibers, leading to wrinkles and thinning skin.


Our genes is an important factor that determines how well our body can produce collagen. Like aging, genetics are something that’s outside of our control, so focus on diet and lifestyle changes.

Inflammation-triggering diets

Your diet can create metabolic inflammation in your body’s physiology. Diets that are high in animal products, simple carbohydrates and sugars will activate inflammation.