Collagen and the connective tissue

Collagen role in connective tissue and all organismThe human body consists mostly of connective tissue. In total, the weight of any organ, like, e.g. kidneys or lungs, the connective tissue is up to 90%, while of, e.g. heart is 60%. If we were searching for right words to describe its function in our body, we would use: supportive, because connective tissue is a sort of scaffolding that helps to create optimal conditions for literally every single biochemical process in our body.

Connective tissue is the main component of each organ and other tissues. Its principal function is to take care of homeostasis in our body and upkeep in perfect harmony; it's every element. That goal may fork into several other purposes, like:

  • Supportive – performed by fibres of collagen and elastin.
  • Nourishing and purifying – a function performed by blood and lymph vessels, intraocular and intracranial fluid. It regulates the exchange of components, like protein, fatty acids, carbohydrates, salt and water.
  • Protective – skin and the mucosa that is an antibacterial and mechanical barrier or all body; membranes that protect against splitting of organs, etc.
  • Adaptive – allows migration of liquids.
  • Healing – connective tissue can heal, that is filling in the wounds and organ regeneration, like heart or liver. This is a crucial function of that tissue because they protect an organism from death from blood loss. Collagen with other proteins miraculously rebuilds and regenerate body losses to some extent.

As we can see, the list of connective tissue functions in our body is long. At this moment, it is worth to realise that the main building blocks of connective tissue are - collagen. It is the connective tissue that determines our health and condition, whereas it is collagen that determines the status of connective tissue. So, the conclusion is as simple, as essential to understanding - collagen determines the condition of our body, our health and beauty. If we want to care for them, we have to take care of our body collagen!

If so, you may ask, how can I check in what condition is my body collagen? It is easy to check in our... eyes. To be more accurate in iris (iridology is now an accepted science). If it is dense, compact, of beautiful structure and there is no stains or holes - it is an excellent sign, promising for longevity and general good health. If it is the opposite: with holes, ragged and crossed collagen fibres, stains and others - it is not a good sign, a sign of a weak collagen matrix and the sign of predispositions for numerous illnesses and high risk of premature death, if we don't do anything about it.

Each of our body organs is a great reservoir of connective tissue, and its functionality depends on a proper amino acid economy, that is a substantial exchange in our cells, fibres and extracellular matrix of the particular organ. All of it is vastly dependent on our lifestyle and diet. It is imperative that the weaker collagen we have, the more attention we should pay to take care of it.

    There are two primary components of connective tissue:
  • amorphous extracellular matrix substances,
  • collagen - the fundamental building block that forms a distinct fibre network - in fact, an essential protein in our body.

Not many people are aware, that behind steadily deteriorating medical results, e.g. level of erythrocytes, leucocytes and blood plates, is almost always progressive collagen degeneration. There are lots of examples, like a low level of leucocytes that leads to low body resistance. On the heartbeat away from cells and capillaries, there is collagen that plays the role of a bridge allowing the exchange of metabolic substances to and from cells to the bloodstream. Is it possible to pass the broken bridge...? Probably, also not many people know that weak body collagen leads to all sorts of inflammations (from small to chronic ones) or even cancerous changes in our body. It is collagen that, when being active and healthy, causes the extremely fast wound regeneration after injury, while the weak collagen, just opposite. It is not capable of doing its' job, of healing the wound.

At the moment, when the condition of connective tissue starts to deteriorate, we begin to get tired more quickly, and we are more prone to get ill. People, whos processes of collagen synthesis delay has already started, need more time to get rest after activity, convalescence is much more prolonged, brain chemistry is also changing, and it has a high impact on their mood.

While ageing our body continually changes. Our cells (and our body in general) are unable to get rid of toxins and chemicals. Skin ageing processes that take place mainly in the connective tissue of the dermis is constant, and there is a negative change of collagen fibres that lose the ability to bind water and become brittle. Collagen exchange almost totally stops after 70 years old, resulting not only in skin appearance deterioration but also in health problems. Few examples: our skin loses elasticity, joints and bones are more and more... disobedient. Those negative changes accelerate when our skin and body are exposed to harmful atmospheric or chemical factors. If there is too little collagen, our physical fitness deteriorates. This is fact and researches confirm it - most of the so-called ageing illnesses are strictly related with loss of collagen in our body.

Summarising - it is worth to know how our body works, to give it the best care. Do You fill well in "your skin"? What are the condition and health of your skin, muscles and whole body? If You have read this article, the answer is negative,, and You want to do something about it and change your life for better? That it is the time for better and new. Collagen. Welcome to the world best collagen - Collagen Colway.


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