Collagen Sciences: A More In-Depth Look at the Science Behind BioCell Collagen
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THE MYSTERY OF LIQUID BIOCELL COLLAGEN
The real story behind the anti-aging pill that’s generating such a sensation — Liquid BioCell Collagen, the age-reversing health supplement. Is there a true difference between the several collagen supplements on the market and do they actually work?
THE COLLAGEN ESSENTIALS
Collagen is a protein that provides support to cell structure. It can be present in almost every region of the human body, but it is especially plentiful in healthy skin, joints, and connective tissue. Your body begins to create less collagen in your twenties. Indeed, you lose roughly 1% of your collagen every year, which means that by 50, you have about 30% less collagen than you did at 20, and nearly 50% less collagen by 70. Lost collagen in the body results in more fine lines and wrinkles as well as diminished health in teeth, hair
The most prominent internal factor leading to apparent indicators of aging is collagen insufficiency. The intracellular matrix loses its stiffness and structural support as it degrades, resulting in drooping skin and wrinkles, joint pain, tendon and ligament strain, and negative effects on the eyes, nails, hair, gums, and even digestive health.
NEW RESEARCH VERIFIES THAT LIQUID BIOCELL COLLAGEN IMPROVES SKIN DRYNESS AND REDUCES THE APPEARANCE OF WRINKLES, AND FINE LINES.
Recent study has revealed that Liquid BioCell Collagen dramatically restores the appearance of youthful skin.
The patented Collagen/HA Matrix Technology in this award-winning supernutraceutical has been shown to improve skin in a variety of ways, including reduced facial lines and wrinkles, increased skin elasticity and hydration, increased collagen content in the skin, more even skin tone, and an overall more youthful appearance. After just 12 weeks of utilizing Liquid BioCell Collagen, participants’ skin looked considerably healthier.
The aim of the study was to find the relationship between Biocell Collagen supplementation with any changes associated with skin aging. To see if Biocell Collagen does in fact reverse the signs of aging by improving skin health as well as joints, teeth, nails and hair.
A 12-week, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of 128 female subjects, aged 39–59 (50.57 ± 5.55) randomly assigned to treatment or placebo. Intervention: Twice daily oral administration of a supplement containing 500 mg of a naturally occurring matrix of collagen type-II peptides, hyaluronic acid, and chondroitin sulfate, derived from chicken sternal cartilage, or placebo. Primary outcome measures: trans-epidermal water loss, viscoelasticity, hydration, collagen content, chromophore (melanin) content and hemoglobin level, and photographic analysis. Expert visual grading for facial lines/wrinkles, crow’s feet lines/wrinkles, skin texture/smoothness, and skin tone. Secondary outcomes: Tolerance and incidence of adverse events. Presence of erythema and/or dryness determined tolerance. Participant’s perception of the product’s value.
Dietary supplementation significantly reduced facial lines and wrinkles (p = 0.019), crow’s feet lines/wrinkles (p = 0.05), increased skin elasticity (p = 0.05), cutaneous collagen content (p = 0.001), and improved indicators of youthful skin appearance and wrinkle width (p = 0.046), and decreased skin dryness and erythema, compared to placebo.
Dietary supplementation of this chicken sternal cartilage extract supports the accumulation of types-I/III collagen in skin to promote increased elasticity and reduced skin wrinkling in women 39 to 59 years of age.
Work Cited :
Schauss, A. “The Effects of Skin Aging Associated with the Use of BioCell Collagen: A Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled Clinical Trial”. https://academic.oup.com/cdn/article/3/Supplement_1/nzz031.P06-122-19/5517780?login=true
THE INGREDIENTS OF BIOCELL COLLAGEN ARE NOT CREATED IN THE SAME WAY.
Collagen may be divided into numerous categories as a dietary element depending on its type, source, and manufacturing procedures.
Collagen comes in a number of forms, including:
TYPE I COLLAGEN : TYPE I collagen is the most common type of collagen found in the body. It stores 90% of the body’s collagen and is located just under the skin’s surface in the dermis. Type I collagen may be found in practically every supplement due to its multiple potential benefits.
TYPE I COLLAGEN : Type I Collagen can be found in bovine, marine, and eggshell membranes. According to current research into Type I collagen’s potential biological uses, it may be used to enhance the nucleation and development of bone mineral crystals. While further research is needed, many customers prefer to take collagen Type I as a supplement in addition to a healthy lifestyle to maintain healthy hair, nails, and skin.
TYPE II COLLAGEN : Type II collagen may be found in both marine and chicken products. Although there is a lack of evidence on the efficacy of Type II collagen, preliminary studies on people with knee osteoarthritis revealed promising levels of pain reduction when Type II collagen was combined with acetaminophen. Kind II collagen is also less tightly packed than Type I collagen, which suggests that the body may be able to break down and absorb this type of collagen more easily.
While Type II collagen may aid with pain alleviation for common joint problems, further research is needed on benefits such as a healthy joint inflammatory response, joint cartilage regeneration, and enhanced range of motion. Before using Type II collagen supplements, those who are allergic to fish or poultry should see their doctor.
TYPE III COLLAGEN : Type III collagen is the second most common type of collagen found in the body. Its alpha chain is unique. Others have many alpha chains. Type III collagen helps Type I collagen maintain the intestines, muscles, blood vessels, and uterus. Bovine collagen is the most common source.
Some research suggests the body uses Type III collagen to battle inflammatory illnesses, however the body will use amino acids whatever it needs, bringing the significance of supplements into doubt. Not all collagen supplements target certain body parts.
TYPE V COLLAGEN : Type V collagen helps control collagen fibril sizes in the cornea to improve light transmission. This collagen works with Types I and III to maintain fibrillary synthesis and tissue quality. Type V collagen supports bone matrix, corneal stroma, muscle, liver, lungs, and placenta interstitial matrix. Eye health, cell membranes, and placental tissue may benefit from Type V collagen supplements, according to research.
Scientists know how the body uses its own Type V collagen storage, but further research is needed to see if it can also employ supplements to sustain these areas.
TYPE X COLLAGEN : Type X collagen in joint cartilage promotes bone growth. Network-forming collagen may help diagnose major illnesses. High Type X collagen levels increase the risk of bone and cartilage rheumatological diseases.
LIQUID BIOCELL RESTORES YOUNG-APPEARING SKIN BY INCREASING COLLAGEN AND HA WHILE REDUCING HYALURONIDASE*
Liquid Biocell Collagen reduces the amount of Hyaluronidase which is an enzyme that significantly contributes to the signs of aging.
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LIQUID BIOCELL PROVEN TO REDUCE JOINT DISCOMFORT
Liquid Biocell revealed measurable improvement in joint discomfort and physical activity after 8 weeks*. Liquid Biocell improves joint mobility and lubrication, decreases joint discomfort and helps to maintain healthy cartilage and connective tissue.
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Liquid Biocell Scaling Skin decrease
In a 12-week human clinical experiment, dryness and scaling skin were decreased by 76% without the application of a topical moisturizer.
Liquid BioCell’s breakthroughs have established new industry standards. Many firms have subsequently followed in our footsteps, but none can match the unique mix of this single-source collagen, the Collagen/HA Matrix composition, and the Bio-Optimized micromolecule that makes Liquid BioCell so powerful.
WORK CITED :
BiocellGuide. “Biocell Collagen Clinical Studies.” https://biocellguide.com/biocell-collagen-clinical-trials/
Henrotin, Y. “Chondroitin Sulfate in the Treatment of Osteoarthritis: From in Vitro Studies to Clinical Recommendations”. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3383492/
Yazaki, M. “Oral Ingestion of Collagen Hydrolysate Leads to the Transportation of Highly Concentrated Gly-Pro-Hyp and Its Hydrolyzed Form of Pro-Hyp into the Bloodstream and Skin”. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28244315/
Kawada, C. “Ingested hyaluronan moisturizes dry skin”. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25014997/
BiocellGuide. “Science Behind Liquid Biocell Collagen”.https://biocellguide.com/science-behind-biocell-collagen/