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6 High Collagen Foods Your Skin, Hair, and Joints Will Love

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Bone Broth

Bone broth is one of the richest sources of collagen. You can make it on your own by cooking chicken, beef, or any other animal bones until you draw out all those precious nutrients. But it could take hours.

So if you don’t have the time or patience for that, you can quickly run to the store or click around online to buy pre-made, high-quality bone broth.


Next time you eat a salmon dinner, you might want to leave that skin on. Fish, in general, is already a great option because it’s rich in the amino acids needed to produce collagen.

But have you ever wondered why a fish’s skin is so smooth after removing the scales? It’s because there’s a high concentration of Type I collagen, which accounts for most collagen in the skin.

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