Biological effect of hydrolyzed collagen on bone metabolism

Abstract : Osteoporosis is a chronic and asymptomatic disease characterized by low bone mass and skeletal microarchitectural deterioration, increased risk of fracture and associated co-morbidities most prevalent in the elderly. Due to an increasingly aging population, osteoporosis has become a major health issue requiring innovative disease management. Proteins are important for bone by providing building blocks and by exerting specific regulatory function. This is why adequate protein intake plays a considerable role in both bone development and bone maintenance. More specifically, since an increase in the overall metabolism of collagen can lead to severe dysfunctions and a more fragile bone matrix and because orally administered collagen can be digested in the gut, cross the intestinal barrier, enter the circulation and become available for metabolic processes in the target tissues, one may speculate that a collagen-enriched diet provides benefits for the skeleton. Collagen-derived products such as gelatin or hydrolyzed collagen (HC) are well acknowledged for their safety from a nutritional point of view, however what is their impact on bone biology? In this manuscript, we critically review the evidence from literature for an effect of HC on bone tissues in order to determine whether HC may represent a relevant alternative in the design of future nutritional approaches to manage osteoporosis prevention
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Audrey Daneault, Janne Prawitt, Véronique Fabien Soulé, Veronique Coxam, Yohann Wittrant. Biological effect of hydrolyzed collagen on bone metabolism. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, Taylor & Francis, 2017, 57 (9), pp.1922-1937. ⟨10.1080/10408398.2015.1038377⟩. ⟨hal-01506655⟩

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