4 Reasons You Should Be Taking Collagen Hydrolysate

by Christina Russell

4 Reasons You Should Be Taking Collagen Hydrolysate

Collagen is a protein that's naturally found in our bones, skin and our connective tissue, but after our mid-twenties our bodies stop making it. We lose about 1-2% collagen every year thereafter which is why you'll notice a decrease in things such as skin elasticity and and joint mobility.

Here are 4 reasons you should start adding this protein into your diet:

  1. Skin, hair and nails will have a healthier looking appearance.
  2. Joint and bone health will improve, increasing mobility.
  3. Digestive health will improve as collagen assists with healing leaky gut, Celiac disease and Crohn's disease.
  4. Collagen aids in healing connective and muscle tissues so it reduces your recovery time after workouts.

Aim for 2 servings a day (4 tablespoons) for optimal results.

For busy moms on the go like me, it's 1 serving in my morning green tea and 1 serving in my protein shake.

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Christina Russell
Christina Russell

Celebrity Trainer, Mommy of 2 & BeautyFit Ambassador

Christina's passion is helping others achieve balance between fitness, family and wellness. She is a celebrity trainer for DDP Yoga and has worked with men and women in the fields of nutrition, personal training and pre/post natal fitness. She is also the blogger & home workout creator behind BodyRebooted.com and the author behind the Healthy & Free Cookbook and 30 Days To A New You, but her favorite job in the whole world though is being mommy to 2 adorable kids.

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