Oral tolerance may be a game-changer! We must address the collagen damage done during the disease process! Oral tolerance may entail the ability of the immune system to recognize the proteins that we eat. Orally eating the identical protein that our body is attacking, over time, may “train” the immune system to possibly stop attacks!
To sum up, “inflammation”, the body becomes overwhelmed and it may then start to attack everything in sight, including our own internal structures, ultimately anything that consists of collagen. Nearly every part of our anatomy may consist of collagen, including blood cells, tissues, and linings. Inflammation may cause holes to appear in them, which the most well-known events it may cause are commonly known as “leaky gut” and “leaky brain”.
Collagen and connective tissue damage may be a sign of deteriorating conditions. The supplementation of collagen may promote the health and elasticity of joints, cartilage, skin, cardiovascular components, including spinal health.
In order to properly supplement collagen, be aware of the different types and what the body utilizes each for. This complex may contain many types. It may harness the more abundant types that may be needed to support skin, hair, and bones. It may also contain the less abundant types that may make up cartilage, linings, and other organs. The least essential type of collagen makes up a membrane that holds the outside of our body to the internal tissues.
There is an overlapping of the different collagen types in different structures, as they all work together to hold us together! Collagen may make its way through the digestive tract to support Peyer’s patches in the gut, which in turn may support immunity and possibly sustain damaged cells!
This complex may contain multiple types of collagen. All are synergized with the power of plants, which may help to strengthen collagen bonds! Amino acids are the “building blocks” that hold collagen fibrils together. We pack it full of enzymes and collagen peptides, which may separate the glucosamine, chondroitin, and hyaluronic acid, possibly creating single components of each.
Powdered collagen supplements are processed, where the drying technology may have a huge impact on the final properties. Collagen molecules may self-assemble, forming a bundle, which is called a fibril, which is the final aggregate that forms the framework of our structures. Once fibrils begin to dry, the 3-D structure may be damaged. Processing collagen in a cold manner may ensure little to no loss, possibly offering intact structures!
A complex having the same nutrient profile, identical size, and inconsistent amounts that our body uses may make the contents bioidentical and bioavailable to the human body!
It contains pure enzymes that partially digest and dismantle the concentrate, possibly making it ready and available for your body to utilize, just like vitamin and mineral uptake by plants! It is simply like a puzzle that is taken apart, only for the body to put back together. Enzyme extraction may be one of the most effective methods to break apart many substances!
A collagen supplement wouldn’t seem complete without incorporating the compounds that the body uses to make its own:
For added support, we utilize whole food vitamins and minerals that may provide many of the essential components we require to produce collagen properly. Some key aspects to production may be vitamin A, E, B1, and vitamin C. Vitamin C may be the most important, due to how amino acids may utilize it to possibly produce tighter amino chains.
As a whole food source of vitamin C, we use freeze-dried 25% extract of acerola cherry. Acerola may contain a complete C complex! This herb has many benefits of its own. We are told that we don’t make vitamin C ourselves, as it comes from a food source.
I use catnip, as a possible source of vitamin E and B1 (Thiamine). I use Queen Anne’s lace, which is simply an aged, wild carrot and said to be one of the highest sources of vitamin A and beta carotene. Beta carotene may enzymatically convert into vitamin A. Phellodendron and Chinese Baikal skullcap are some of the most respected adaptogens that exist! Adaptogens may have an innate ability to carry other compounds even deeper, to where they may be needed the most!
I have also included calcium carbonate for its microelements, which may include calcium and potassium, as the body may use them together. Other herbs incorporated may have the ability to strengthen collagen bonds, possibly making them even stronger than in their natural state!
Many companies split up the indispensable, single constituents and sell them as separate products. I offer a single supplement of multiple complexes, synergized into one.
Researchers may not be sure of why or how supplementing collagen may be working so well for others. We theorize that it may boost immunity to possibly repair damage quicker than damage may progress.
Finally, we would be doing a disservice to not inform you of its skin uses, as it has much to offer! This complex may be used to “collagen-enhance” your own personal cosmetic products! Some ideas for use would be: adding it to a bath, shampoo, conditioner, body spray, lotions, toothpaste, and anything else you can think of! You can impregnate a bandaid to use topically! Many of our customers use this complex topically, due to the lesions they are exhibiting. My niece and her friends at school use it for problematic teenage acne!
I cannot stress the importance of collagen enough. Common sense indicates that we may want to replace what may be taken from us during pathogenic processes. This complex makes a worthy companion to pair up with other products, including the cleanses.
5 Possible Benefits of a Collagen Supplement;
- Supporting Leaky Gut & Leaky Brain
- Supporting Digestion, Metabolism, & Immunity
- Promoting the Clearing of Skin
- Supporting Skin, Hair, Nails, Muscle Mass, & Energy
- Enzymatic Digestion of Collagen Compounds