One trick to IMPROVE your digestion!
I love a good two-for-one deal.
I like it even better when it comes to my health.
Today, I want to highlight a substance that’s made a name for itself for boosting skin and hair health, and ultimately making you look younger.
But it turns out it’s great for something on the other end of the spectrum, too: improving digestion and bloating.
Collagen can boost skin elasticity and hydration, and it supports healthy hair and nail growth.
But it turns out that collagen promotes the beauty of your insides as much as your outside.
By improving digestion.
I know, I know. It’s strange to think of gut health in terms of how it looks.
But I can tell you right now… When it comes to your overall health, there’s nothing more picture perfect than a microbiome flourishing with diverse, healthy gut bacteria.
For this study, researchers measured the gut health of 40 women by measuring things like digestion status and stool health.
Then, the women consumed 10 grams of collagen peptides twice a day.
Just 8 weeks later, 93 percent of the women saw improvements in their digestion, specifically when it comes to bloating and abdominal discomfort.
One key reason why collagen is so beneficial for gut health is because it contains large amounts of the amino acids glycine, glutamine, and proline, which are good for both your intestinal tract and your stomach.
Collagen is also found in your gut lining, and having plenty of it helps ensure against leaky gut.
Foods that help your body produce more collagen include fish, poultry, meat, eggs, and dairy. My kind of diet!
P.S. Finding ways to boost your gut health should be pretty high up on your priority list. Taking a quality probiotic is a good start…. but there’s another surprising super “star” that can keep your gut healthy. Click here to find out what it is.
Frye, H. (2022, June 22.) “Gut Check: Clinical Trial Demonstrates Collagen Peptides Improve Digestion & Bloating in Women.” MBG Health. https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/clinical-trial-reveals-collagen-improves-digestion-and-bloating-in-women
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