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Collagen - the Body's Matrix


Collagen is present in all multi-cellular organisms. It is the fibrous structural protein that makes up the white fibres (collagen fibres) of skin, tendons, bones, cartilage and all other connective tissues. Collagen is the natural protein that constitutes most of the body's structural support and is the primary substance of connective tissue. It is this fibrous connective tissue that holds our body together.

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 Collagen gives to diffrent organs and tissues their strength and elastic properties. 75% of the dry protein weight in the human body is collagen. 75% of our skin is made of it, and in total some 30% of our entire body is collagen. Collagen is part of the natural makeup of our tendons, ligaments, joints, muscles, hair, skin and vital organs. When the body's essential supply of collagen is reduced, the body is affected. Weakness, fatigue, aches, pain and overall lack of performance are frequent symptoms of the problem - symptoms that only increase as we get older. Besides its many structual properties, collagen serves as the major catalyst for growth and repair of nearly all of the body's tissues. Many different aging diseases are related to the body's lack of this vital protein and to disorders in the collagen itself.

The body's use of collagen cannot be overstated. It makes up the body's joints, muscles, hair, skin, tendons, and ligaments. It provides the structure to our body and forms the molecular cables that strengthen the tendons. Collagen makes up the vast resilient sheets that support our skin and internal organs. Bones and teeth are formed when the body adds mineral crystal to the body's collagen.

In other words, collagen is both the material and the glue that holds our body together.

Collagen and Aging

The body's production of collagen slows with aging. Things we have always done, like running or jumping, suddenly seem more painful. Injuries that have never proven serious before begin to hurt us. Joint pain becomes more problematic. 

Young and old

With continued aging, our connective tissues and muscle tissues break down due to an increase in collagen deficiency and damage. As a result, we experience a weakening of our skeletal structure. We are feeling the pains of aging. Outside the body, the slowing of the skin's production of collagen becomes increasingly more pronounced. The skin starts to wrinkle. It loses its youthful glow. The apearance of healthful radiance vanishes. Soon we develop ridges and furrows, red marks and brown spots. Our skin looses elasticity and moisture.

Cartilage - Shock Absorbers for your Bones

Cartilage is a rather firm rubber material that covers the extremities of bones in normal joints. The primary function of cartilage is to reduce joint friction and since cartilage can change shape when compressed, serve as a shock absorber for the bones.


Collagen is a primary component of cartilage since it represents 67% of it, and it also gives it its strength. When the body's collagen production is reduced, cartilage production is affected and so are all the body's systems that contain cartilage.

Cartilage can change shape because it is composed of over 70% water, which can be redistributed with compression or movement. Since cartilage does not contain nerves, in the beginning, you never feel pain when these changes occur. As collagen disease strikes as we age, this shock absorbing quality is reduced. That is why activities like running and jumping feel less comfortable as we get older.


It Falls Apart

Arthritis is a genral term describing inflammation in the joints. The most known form of arthritis is osteoarthritis, which is also called degenerative joint disease. Osteoarthritis is associated with a breakdown of cartilage in joints and most commonly occurs in the hips, knees, shoulders and spine. It can dramatically affect the fingers and toes.

All arthritis suffers share common symptoms of severe pain and loss of movement in both range and motion, all of which destroy youth and lead to a diminished quality of life. Research has demonstrted that when people suffer from arthritis, a selective destruction of collagen in the joint cartilage has occurred. White blood cells attack the joint cartilage, which in turn activates the immune system to develop antibodies. These antibodies turn around and attack what they perceive to now be the enemy, i.e. "collagen". Consequently the immune systems response is to attack all the cartilage that is degenerating in the body. So even if there may only be a problem in one wrist or knee, both wrists hurt, both knees hurt, our back, hips and both our shoulders feel the pain. In the end, the result is the same age related pain increases along with a pronounced loss of quality of life.

Understanding the Problem

Fossils show that even dinosaurs had arthritis. Many varieties of joint disease have been described, all of which result in destruction of the hyaline (glassy) cartilage that lines the rends of the bones. The remaining cartilage cells try to heal the defect by proliferating and making more cartilage lesions

cartilage. They are almost never equal to the task and scar tissue replaces the void. The result is pain for scar tissue is too spongy to bear much weight or keep the bones from grinding against each other.

The knowledge that bone and cartilage are basically constructed of collagen fiber and that a slight electrical charge through damaged collagen has the capacity of modifying and regenerting tissue as it obeys the new lines of force, prompts us to believe that it is possible to reverse the destruction of the hyaline cartilage (see Frohlick (1968a, 1969b)) 

Thousands of cases studies and anecdotal evidence from all walks of life, human and animal have confirmed that healing of joints is possible by using micro current devices, particularly those that use a sinusoidal wave form and use biofeedback neuro modulation to capture the brains attention in the healing process.  On the other hand, reports of liver damage being caused by the leading OTC drugs such as Aleve or Naproden will introduce a host of new symptoms caused by liver damage and subsequently digestive system damage that may be worse than the disease being treated.  The future is to ending arthritis pain, not to manage it. 

What Research Exists on Collagen and Arthritis?

According to a study    [1]   published in the journal Science, oral administration of type II

collagen improves symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis . The authors conducted a randomized, double-blind trial involving 60 patients with severe, active rheumatoid arthritis. A decrease in the number of swollen joints and tender joints occurred in subjects fed with chicken type II collagen for 3 months, but not in those that received a placebo. Four patients in the collagen group had complete remission of the disease. No side effects were evident.


Hydrolized Collagen and Osteoarthritis

A published study reports that the oral intake of BioCell Collagen, hydrolyzed type II collagen naturally coexisting with chondroitin sulfate and hyaluronic acid, reduces joint discomfort. A randomized controlled trial (RCT) enrolling 80 subjects demonstrated that BioCell Collagen was well tolerated with no serious adverse event s and led to a significant improvement of chronic joint discomfort.    [2]  More studies need to be performed to confirm the observation.

A potential mechanism for the joint health benefit may be due to the stimulation of the biosynthesis of collagen  type II from the chondrocytes  in the cartilage ,    [3]

where hydrolyzed collagen  appears to be accumulated.


Research References:

(1)^   Trentham, D.; Dynesius-Trentham, R.; Orav, J.; Combitchi, D.; Lorenzo, C.; Sewell, K.; Hafler, D. & Weiner, H. (1993). "Effects of Oral Administration of Type II Collagen on Rheumatoid Arthritis".Science 261 (5119): 1727–1730. doi:10.1126/science.8378772

(2). ^   Schauss, A., Stenehjem, J., Park, J., Endres, J., and Clewell, A. 2012. Effect of the novel low molecular weight hydrolyzed chicken sternal cartilage extract, BioCell Collagen, on improving osteoarthritis-related symptoms: a randomized, double-blind,  placebo-controlled trial. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 60(16):4096-101. PMID 22486722 .

(3) ^   Oesser, S.; Seifert, J. (2003). "Stimulation of type II collagen biosynthesis and secretion in bovine chondrocytes cultured with degraded collagen". Cell tissue research 311 (3): 393–399.doi:10.1007/s00441-003-0702-8. PMID 12658447.


I have had torn cartilage in my left knee since I was 19 years old. I am now 55. It's given me more or less problems over the years and I have always stayed fairly active, (I golf and ski) but I could never do anything that involved running.

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My knee doesn't hurt at all when as previously I would have been in extreme pain for days if I had done a tenth of that much running.

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Is it possible to reverse the damage done by Rheumatoid Arthritis?  The following pictures confirm that "Yes" it is possible, even after years of damage.

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RA before and After