Collagen and Bone Health

May 12, 2023

Collagen and Bone Health

In the last few weeks we have been providing some detail on the benefits of collagen beyond skin and hair. This week, it is all about bone health. Maintaining strong and healthy bones is crucial for overall well-being and longevity. While various factors contribute to bone health, collagen is a key player in supporting bone structure and integrity. So read on! Today we explore the remarkable benefits of collagen for bone health. (full references at the end)

 The Role of Collagen in Bone Structure

As you know, collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. That also means it constitutes a significant portion of bone tissue. It forms a scaffold that provides structural support and strength to bones. Type I collagen (that is the type we have in Collagen Lift Paris), in particular, plays a vital role in bone formation and maintenance (van der Rest 1991, Zhang 2018).

Enhanced Bone Strength and Density

Studies (Konig 2018, Porfirio 2021) have shown that collagen supplementation can improve bone strength and density, contributing to a reduced risk of fractures and osteoporosis. Collagen peptides stimulate osteoblasts, the cells responsible for bone formation, leading to increased mineralization and bone mass. Gotta love those osteoblasts!

Joint Support and Reduced Pain

Collagen plays a significant role in maintaining joint health by preserving cartilage integrity and reducing inflammation. By enhancing collagen synthesis and promoting the production of other joint-related components, collagen supplementation can help to alleviate joint pain and discomfort, especially in conditions like osteoarthritis. (Bagchi 2016, Zdzieblik 2017). I don't know about you, but I rely on the integrity of my cartilage! And who doesn't love reduced inflammation!!!!

Enhanced Bone Healing

Collagen has been shown to accelerate bone healing processes, making it beneficial for individuals recovering from fractures or undergoing orthopedic surgeries. Collagen promotes the migration and proliferation of osteoblasts and supports the formation of new bone tissue. (Qiu, 2020). Let's hope we don't need it for this reason!

There are so many reasons to take collagen and of course, skin and hair are what comes to mind first. But as we have shown over these last few weeks, the benefits of collagen are wide ranging from joints, bones and gut to glowing skin. So both inside and outside, collagen benefits you. That is why supplementing with a high quality collagen product like Collagen Lift Paris just makes sense. Whether you see visible results or not, it is working for you. 

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We recommend taking Collagen Lift Paris every day (on an empty stomach at least 30 minutes before eating) for at least 8 weeks to see or feel results. Stay on that routine for 6-8 months, then if you want you can reduce intake to every other day to maintain your levels.

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  • van der Rest, M., & Garrone, R. (1991). Collagen family of proteins. FASEB journal, 5(13), 2814-2823.
  • Feng, G., Zhang, Z., Dang, M., Xu, H., Liu, C., Yang, L., & Xu, N. (2018). Type I collagen, an indispensable molecule for bone regeneration. Cytokine & growth factor reviews, 44, 38-44.
  • König, D., Oesser, S., & Scharla, S. (2018). Zdzieblik, D. Genovese L, W., Bene MC, & Calder PC. Specific Collagen Peptides Improve Bone Mineral Density and Bone Markers in Postmenopausal Women—A Randomized Controlled Study. Nutrients, 10(1), 97.
  • Porfirio, E., Fanaro, G. B., & Neto, J. S. (2021). Effects of collagen supplementation on bone mineral density in postmenopausal women with osteopenia or osteoporosis: A systematic review with meta-analysis. Maturitas, 144, 49-54.
  • Bagchi, D., Misner, B., Bagchi, M., Kothari, S. C., Downs, B. W., & Fafard, R. D. (2016). Effects of orally administered undenatured type II collagen against arthritic inflammatory diseases: a mechanistic exploration. International journal of clinical pharmacology research, 26(2), 91-101.
  • Zdzieblik, D., Oesser, S., Gollhofer, A., & König, D. (2017). Improvement of activity-related knee joint discomfort following supplementation of specific collagen peptides. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 42(6), 588-595.
  • Qiu, S., Rao, D., Palakurthi, S., & Parimi, N. (2020). Type I collagen as a multifunctional material for bone regenerative medicine.