Yes. Collagen is a mineral in your bone and marrow that makes your bones flexible yet strong enough to withstand a blow. :)The organic material in bone is collagen. This is a protein which forms long, flexible fibres in the matrix surrounding the bone cells. It is estimated that collagen makes up 25% of the total protein in the body.
The most common and abundant protein is collagen. It makes up about 25% of your body.
Cologyn is another way of spelling collagen, which is the protein that makes up the connective tissue in animals. It makes up about 25% of all of the protein that an animal contains.
When moist heat is introduced to a piece of meat, the protein collagen is converted into gelatin(which is also a protein). This makes the meat more soluble in our bodies.
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. If a human person weighs 75 kg's, 12,5 - 15 kg's of that is protein. Of this weight again 6 - 7,5 kg's are collagen. Collagen in an average person makes up from 8 to 10 % of body weight.
in tendons then in parts of body that strectch like tubes coming from the bladder
collagen is one of the main protein fibre types that makes up all of the connective tissues in our entire body, so the simple answer is yes.... you've probably been watching one of those beauty adverts which say too much collagen deposition, blah blah blah...
The product Collagen makes scar edges softer , speeds up the job of healing wounds, cuts, abrasions, and irritations. It is raised in the fight against fat and stretch marks. It also soothes stings.
Collagen makes up the matrix of bones