Every so often, dietary science throws up a new ‘it’ ingredient that holds the key to a huge number of health, wellness and anti-ageing benefits. Ten years ago, it was omega-3 fats found in foods such as oily fish. Hardly any of my patients had heard of them back then, but now nearly everyone knows what they are — and how critical they are for overall health. I’m convinced that a decade from now, the same will be true of dietary collagen. Collagen is most famous for being a vital building block of healthy skin, so you may recognise it from the labels on some top-end beauty products. But its importance for health is far more than skin-deep. Based on years of intensive research, I believe collagen is the unsung hero of anti-ageing medicine. It can help you stave off wrinkles and cellulite; boost athletic performance (in bed, too!); improve your mood and your sleep; increase post-menopausal bone density; build your immune system; control weight; and maintain healthy nails and hair. Collagen is most famous for being a vital building block of healthy skin, so you may recognise it from the labels on some top-end beauty products (stock image) As… Read full this story
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