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3 Ways to Preserve and Boost Your Natural Collagen Production

Our bodies produce collagen naturally, and as we age, the amount and quality of collagen decrease. This can cause us to notice more fine lines, wrinkles and for our skin to lose its elasticity. It’s vital that we support our body's natural production and boost it wherever we can. In this article, we will be discussing our top three ways to do this, including which foods you should be eating, how liquid collagen supplements may be the answer, and how to avoid environmental factors which could be speeding up the process. 

1. Eat High-Collagen Foods

Our collagen production slowing down is completely natural and happens to all of us over time. As many of us know, health is wealth and that includes our diet. A great way to boost and support your natural collagen production is to supplement your meals with high-collagen foods. 

For example, Vitamin C is essential for the overall production of collagen. Without it, we may be prone to gum problems, lacklustre skin, and problems with wound healing. Unlike collagen, our bodies cannot make Vitamin C, so it comes from our diets. Some of the most Vitamin C-rich foods are: 

  • Strawberries
  • Oranges
  • Pineapple
  • Blackcurrants
  • Broccoli
  • Peppers
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Potatoes

As well as eating plenty of Vitamin C-heavy foods, you can also add other things into your diet which include collagen naturally. Typically, collagen can be found in animal products, as part of their connective tissues, however, some plants also include high levels of collagen!

  • Eggs
  • Fish
  • Meats 
  • Bone broth

But wait, there’s more! Zinc is also a building block for our collagen production, and should also be considered in your diet. Zinc serves as a cofactor, and activates essential proteins which help with collagen synthesis. Not only that, but zinc also activates a protein called ‘collagenase’, which helps cells remodel the collagen you are intaking. Some of the best foods to eat to incorporate zinc into your diet are: 

  • Beans
  • Lentils
  • Oysters
  • Lean meats 
  • Nuts
  • Seeds
  • Chickpeas

2. Support Your Natural Collagen Production With Collagen Supplements

As our production of collagen slows down as we age, it's natural that we’d want to try to find a way to boost it. Liquid collagen supplements are a great way to do this! Our Revive collagen Vegan and Revive Collagen Enhanced Plus contain all the essential ingredients to give you glowing, radiant skin as well as support the growth of your nails and hair. 

With additions such as Panax Ginseng, Biotin, Hydrolysed Keratin, Vitamin C and D, Vitamins B12 and B6, and Retinol, you will feel a range of benefits from adding liquid collagen to your daily beauty regime. 

3. Protect Your Skin From Environmental Stressors 

The weather, factors, and lifestyle habits can also impact our collagen levels. For example, UV light can damage and harm our skin's natural collagen, and this can happen all year round, even in winter. The most effective way to protect the skin is to wear sunscreen throughout the year and ensure that in the summer, you are topping it up regularly. To protect the more sensitive skin around the eyes, you can also wear sunglasses. 

Lifestyle choices are another way that many harm the natural collagen production. Smoking, drinking, and having lots of caffeine can also be disadvantageous. By simply limiting your caffeine intake to one coffee a day, and not smoking or drinking on a regular basis, you can support your natural collagen production. 

For so many of us, making sustainable choices in our purchases is a must, and some of us are now opting for vegan versions of our favourite products. Your liquid collagen supplements should be no different. Introducing, the world's first clinically proven vegan liquid collagen. Our Revive Collagen Vegan is new to our range and comes in ready-to-drink raspberry-flavoured sachets.  Each portion has been made with a unique blend of 2,500mg of plant-powered, scientifically formulated collagen, as well as key Vitamins such as B, C, D & E.

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