From your skin, hair, and nails down to your joints, bones, and tendons, Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body. But collagen production by the body naturally decreases as we get older leading to many age related signs and symptoms such as joint pain, wrinkles, slow recovery times and intestinal issues.
Your bodies ability to create its own collagen decreases as you age. This leads to an inability to repair and replace the collagen in your body causing many of the issues we associate with aging. Wrinkling skin, brittle finger nails, aches and pains in our joints, and brittle bones all can be traced back to collagen loss. There are steps you can take to prevent collagen loss…
Collagen is a structural protein that makes up the majority of what is known as the extracellular matrix in the body. In fact, the importance of collagen to hold you together means there are almost 30 different types of collagen providing benefits all over the body!
Collagen accounts for over 70% of the protein found in the dermis layer of the skin. Collagen in the skin is linked together to form a matrix, and this matrix provides support to the skin. Loss and damage to this matrix leads to wrinkles, dryness, and less skin elasticity.
Undenatured collagen has a special relationship with the Gut, or intestinal tract. Located within your intestines, are many immune system receptors. Undenatured collagen has a special trigger that collagen peptides lack. This trigger has the potential to bind to some of these sites in the intestines and signal the body to increase production of collagen. There are also studies that show collagen can help to reduce inflammation associated with various gut ailments.
Articular cartilage is the key component of most joints in the body and collagen is a key structural protein in articular cartilage. Wear and tear from aging and activities like sports and labor can lead to a break down of this cartilage. Collagen supplementation has been shown to have the potential to be a safe and effective means of mitigating symptoms of joint aging and wear.
Collagen is a major component of finger and toe nails. When your body is lacking in collagen, your toe and fingernails can become brittle and be more prone to breaking.
In a similar way to fingernails, the bones in your body are reinforced with collagen, given them their strength and flexibility. When the body is lacking in collagen, the potential for bones to weaken, become brittle and break also increases. Making sure your body has enough collagen may help to prevent this collagen loss from happening.
Connecting all of your muscles together is a network of collagen. This network helps to transmit the power of your muscles to the tendons and ligaments to help move the bones, which in turn moves you. All of these tissues contain collagen as a primary protein to provide strength and flexibilty.
The type of collagen you choose is very important. Here are some of the reasons we believe SBEDGE® Supplements Collagen Native Type 2 is the best choice for you:
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