for Better Sleep
Can Calorad ® Collagen Help You Sleep Better?
Studies show: Deep sleep
is essential for building muscle, burning fat, increasing
productivity and Liquid Collagen really helps!
A recent clinical study proves that Collagen
users enjoy a much longer period of uninterrupted , restful
refreshing sleep! They get into a deeper sleep
state faster and stay there longer. But, without this collagen
product, most people take longer to get into their deep sleep
state, it's usually not as deep or as sustained, so they
as restfully as they do with Collagen. Deeper sleep with
Collagen helps to lengthen their body's nightly repair cycle
supports more new muscle development which, in turn, naturally
promotes fat loss.
Most Americans say they suffer from sleep problems, and
sleep deprivation continues to be widespread in America,"
according to a recent study by the National Sleep Foundation.
They point out that sufficient sleep is "needed for good
health, safety, and optimum performance."
The recent clinical study on Collagen's role in this challenge
was conducted by Dr. John Norris, M.D., Ph.D. and Reginald
D.Barnes, Jr. M.D. They found that "in human physiology,
it is well known that muscle and adipose(fat) tissue metabolism
are influenced directly by the complex interplay between insulin,
exercise, glucocorticoid (stress hormones), growth hormone
(GH), amino acids (including arginine and leucine), proteins,
L-hydroxyproline, fats and other substances. Collagen appears
to augment known physiological processes in the metabolism
of fat and muscle, which might explain its success.
"Human Growth Hormone is one
of several significant hormones involved in muscular development
and it is secreted episodically 24 hours daily. The most consistant
period of GH secretion in both children and adults (and possibility
other age groups) is within the onset of the first slow wave
sleep (deep sleep). Delay in the onset of deep sleep usually
results in the delay of the onset of the major GH peak.
"Preliminary studies with the use of Collagen suggest
a significant deepening in all levels of sleep."
"Protein, amino acids, L-hydroxyproline and other building
blocks of muscle and collagen are essential for muscle rebuilding.
During rest, a complex interplay takes place as muscle and
cartilage repair under the influence of Growth Hormone. If
one is deficient in any of those building blocks necessaary
for muscle rebuilding, those building blocks will be removed
from healthy muscle (catabolism). And that's not good for
healthy loss of fat and inches. However, when subjects take
Collagen, this catabolic process is felt to be limited because
Collagen is rich in the amino acids and the collagen building
blocks necessary formuscle and cartilage growth, thus resulting
in a net increase in lean body mass."