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Collagen is the main structural and most abundant protein found in animal connective tissue. It is made up of amino acids and contains specific amino acids like glycine, praline, hydroxyproline and arginine. It helps to produce almost 30% of the proteins within the body and is found in tendons, bones, ligaments and skin. It is also found in cartilage, corneas, bones, blood vessels, the gut, intervertebral disc and in teeth. As it gives our skin firmness, suppleness and helps in the constant renewal of skin cells, it is essential for our skin. Ligament is a flexible connective tissue that connects two bones or cartilages. Tendons are connective tissue that connect muscle to bone and are capable of withstanding tension. Tendons and muscles work together to move bones. The bones, ligaments, tendons, skeletal muscles are made up of collagen which is renowned as one of the most predominant proteins.

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Functions of Collagen for Skin: Aging is a natural process and its outward projection is the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Collagen is one of the most important proteins that makes our skin elastic, supple and youthful. Collagen occurs throughout the body and 29 types of collagen have been identified by researchers. Type 1 collagen which is made up of amino collagen C and Hyaluronic acid plays pivotal role in skin supplements. It reduces signs of aging and provides our skin strength and elasticity.With increasing age, our body's collagen production reduces, which increases the chance of wrinkles and fine lines. As collagen cannot be absorbed through the skin, people use supplements which help to increase the level of collagen in our body. Collagen supplements are really beneficial to our skin as they help reduce wrinkles, fine lines, reverse age of skin, tighten skin and plump it up and also improve skin elasticity... 320

91 Back in 60s and 70s, many prominent scientists believed that saturated fat was the main cause of heart disease, by raising the "bad" cholesterol in the blood. This idea was the cornerstone of the low-fat diet. Because of a few bad studies and misguided political decisions, this diet was recommended to all Americans in the year 1977. However, there wasn't a single study on this diet at the time. The American public became participants in the largest uncontrolled experiment in history. This experiment didn't turn out very well and we are still suffering the consequences..9 Lies About Fat that destroyed the Nation's Health

The "war on saturated fat" has been a miserable failure. It was initially based on flawed studies, but somehow became public policy (with disastrous consequences). The worst part is... the governments and health organizations have yet to change their position despite overwhelming evidence that they've been wrong all along. Actually, saturated fat doesn't really raise LDL that much. The effect is weak and inconsistent and appears to depend on the individual . When saturated fat does affect LDL, it changes the particles from small, dense (very, very bad) to Large LDL, which is mostly benign . Saturated fat also raises HDL cholesterol, which is associated with a reduced risk of heart disease . If anything, saturated fats actually improve the lipid profile, NOT the other way around. In the past few years, many massive studies have examined the link between saturated fat and heart disease risk.


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