I love learning new things and I also like sharing them with you, so I am sharing some new information on collagen that I recently learned. As you may know, collagen helps with hair and nails since this is mainly what we see advertised. Studies have shown that collagen can also help with muscle and tissue repair and joint pain, which will help with your recovery after a run or hard workout.
Here are my two findings that I want to share with you because I want to make sure you are getting the full benefit of whatever way you are getting collagen into your system. Yes, bone broth is the preferred natural way, but sometimes a supplement comes into play and personally I do take a collagen hydrolysate protein powder daily.
In my opinion, when we are choosing to incorporate certain nutrient and supplements to help our bodies the more information we have the better. Knowing when to implement them and what with will only give you a better chance at achieving the goal you are trying to achieve with that given nutrient or supplement. I love to eat and like to get my nutrients through foods, but at the same time, I know that sometimes I need to supplement too and only have two that I use. Do your research and choose your ways wisely.
Check out the link below for further information, it is a long read but if you scan down toward "Nutritional Interventions to Improve Soft-Tissue Function" section you will find the information that I pulled my findings from.
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Hi guys!! Welcome to my thoughts and just some health information that I hope you can use! Let me just state this now. I am not a writer, English major, or even a blogger, so there will be mistakes in here.