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It is not a wise thing to know that food affects our entire body and affects our lifestyle. For this reason, certain people who tend to work up to 12 hours a day and who have bad eating habits due to lack of time, are affected in their performance and are generally always exhausted. But have you noticed the people who try to eat well? They always have energy! That’s because they give the body what it really needs to function properly.
Now that we know that spreading collagen on our face does not work as many brands have it believe, neither does consuming collagen-based drinks, we set about finding a solution for this. We found that collagen production must be stimulated and for that certain foods are needed that achieve it. Hyaluronic acid is the great and main stimulant in the production of collagen. This gives us the function of improving the mobility of the whole body, hydrating and accelerating cell regeneration, bone, and staying young. To give your body that collagen “boost”, eat more foods that produce more hyaluronic acid. Here is a small list of foods that you can add to your diet to produce more collagen and hyaluronic acid.
Duck, turkey, fish, beef and lamb. These meats contain the protein that the body needs to produce more collagen. But if you are not a fan of meats, don’t worry!
Spinach, broccoli and Brussels sprouts, these are rich in magnesium, an essential mineral for the production of hyaluronic acid. Parsley and coriander are high in antioxidants.
Potatoes and sweet potatoes also activate the production of this molecule. Soy raises estrogen levels as well as hyaluronic acid. Cocoa, whole grains and pumpkin seeds are rich in zinc, this mineral stimulates the formation of hyaluronic acid. And of course, water. Without water in the body, hyaluronic acid will not be able to function properly. Eating a balanced diet of healthy food is essential, it is ultimately what the body works on. Don’t forget to supplement this with a cleansing and sunscreen routine.