My Anti-Aging Beauty Hack - Collagen

Want to have longer hair and nails, less wrinkles and tighter skin? Well it is time to add Collagen to your LIFE!

Collagen is more than a hype right now. It is something we ALL need in our diets every day because it is the most abundant protein in the body making up 70% of our protein in our skin. Unfortunately, when convenience foods were introduced we all stopped consuming the foods that contained these crucial nutrients. In nature is found exclusively in animal tissue, especially bones and connective tissue. Back when traditional recipes included the whole animal, bones, skin and all the tendons, there was no collagen issues!


What is Collagen?

Collagen is a long chain amino acid and the most abundant protein in the body. It is found in the connective tissues in the body, which also include our VITAL ORGANS!

What does collagen do in the body?

  • Helps heal the gut

  • Decrease cellulite

  • Improves stretch marks

  • Boots metabolism

  • Balancing hormones

  • Improve skin, decreasing acne, builds new skin cells

  • Anti-aging properties

  • Optimal bone and joint health

  • Help grow thicker hair and nails

  • Liver detoxification pathways

Want to feel and look younger?

Collagen the primary building block of skin, hair, nails, bones, tendons, joints and cartilage. I like to tell people to think about it as the "glue" that holds the body together. Our body’s natural production of collagen starts to slow down as we age, that is the reason behind wrinkles, thin skin, brittle hair and weaker cartilage in your joints.

Our nutrition effects it!

Diets high in processed foods, sugar, smoking, and STRESS all contribute to depleting collagen levels

How to add it to your life --I recommend doing 1-2 scoops daily with vitamin C supplement. The best way to absorb collagen is with a good sourced vitamin C.

  • Bone Broth
    • Of course, Bone Broth has it but not to the amounts we are missing. I recommend adding collagen powder to your bone broth and soups.
  • Collagen Powder

    • This type is broken down into individual peptide chains which are easier to digest for most people. This form is easy to add to your routine because it is tasteless and odorless, it also gives your food a thicker consistency.

  • Gelatin powder

    • This is what you typically see when you take out your cooled bone broth when it becomes gelatinous. This form is more jelly-like, hence it is great for making gummies, marshmallow, and desserts.

Which to Buy?

Always choose a company that is sourced from pasture-raised and grass-fed animals. Make sure it is in a glass or BPA-free containers.


How do you use it? Check out my recipe page for yummy ways to use it!

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Happy aging amigos!