Understanding Types of Collagen

Understanding Types of Collagen

Understanding Types of Collagen

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hey guys in this video we’re going to talk about collagen and the types of collagen there’s actually over 28 different types of collagen we’re not going to cover all of them I’m going to cover five of them okay now what is collagen it’s a type of protein and it’s the connective tissue it comes from the Greek word which means glue because it holds everything together as a mesh as a like a matrix of strands okay so number one the type one is the most abundant ninety percent of all of the collagen is this type and it forms scar tissue it forms the tendons the ligaments the bone is made out of collagen with minerals to make it solid the teeth are also a lot of collagen in their certain parts and calcium and then we have skin in arteries okay that’s type 1 type 2 is all the joint cartilage and their articular surfaces that connect on that joint so if you were to have a joint that’s wore out you would want to probably take more of the two versus maybe weak ligaments that’s a whole different thing okay type three is the connective tissue the collagen that is like the mesh around the liver inside the liver that separates the different things it’s more delicate it’s in the bone marrow it’s in the lymph okay that’s three okay four forms the respiratory tract and that’s involved in the bronchial tubes the lungs the around the intestines the tissue around the heart the tissue around the intestines okay that’s type four and then type five forms the hair and the cell surfaces okay those are the different types so anytime you’re buying collagen there’s different types you can you can buy it from different sources sometimes collagen comes from chicken sternum sometimes it comes from bone marrow sometimes it comes from fish skin sometimes it comes from pig skin so it comes from many different sources now the question is is it just a matter of consuming collagen to put the collagen back not necessarily there’s a couple really important things you need to know if your vitamin C deficient you will not be able to metabolize collagen collagen will not form in the body too well you’re going to have weakness within the ligaments the cartilage and just if you take a look at a vitamin C deficiency called scurvy for example what’s happening they have a lot of collagen loss they have bleeding gums their teeth are falling out what is that well what happens vitamin C is necessary to form the collagen very very tightly it’s because if you don’t vitamin C it can leak blood and that’s called micro hemorrhaging the same exact thing that people have in their arteries so if they have like a clogged artery for example the first thing that happens is a micro hemorrhage hemorrhaging so you have the bleeding the cholesterol comes the calcium comes forms a plaque that’s because they have a small version of scurvy in the arteries so what happens is if you gave them type 1 collagen it might not work what they need is the vitamin C so vitamin C is very important in with collagen make sure that you get a natural version if you’re using some synthetic it better come with a lot of flavonoids or other factors okay number two gastric bypass if you have a gastric bypass what’s happening is you’re not going to be able to digest the collagen as well because your stomach is not as big and it’s altered the physiology is altered so you might have loose skin it’s hard to get the skin back lastly is low stomach acids if you don’t have enough stomach acid you can’t digest the collagen so you can’t even pull it in to break down the collagen that is going through your mouth whether its food or supplement it’s not breaking down to stomach level so it never gets broken down to the small particles now how do you know if you have low stomach acids well you’re going to have gas maybe an iron deficiency b12 deficiency indigestion acid reflux and that could be a clue that you need more stomach acid and all of a sudden the collagen that you’re consuming from your food is working okay so just want to kind of give you some insights and the collet different collagen types and it might not be a matter of just consuming collagen you might have to look at these other factors alright thanks for watching

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Dr. Berg talks about the types of collagen (type 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5). You need vitamin C to metabolism of collagen. If you have digestive problems (gastric bypass surgery, lack of stomachs, etc.), you may not be able to digest collagen from food to then make the amino acids to make your body collagen. If your problem is digestion, use Betaine Hydrochloride or Apple Cider Vinegar. For vitamin C deficiencies, start adding more vegetables to your diet, esp. belly peppers, lemons, limes and any green vegetable in higher quantities. If someone is deficient in vitamin C, they can have subclinical vitamin C deficiencies like bleeding gums, which is microhemorrhage (bleeding in gums).

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