If you have a remote interest in beauty and keeping yourself as fresh and youthful as possible then there’s no doubt you’ll have heard of the benefits of collagen. We hear it everywhere!
Well, we decided to take a closer look for ourselves at this health and beauty craze, and in this article, we’d love to firstly tell you what we discovered about the benefits of collagen, and then we’re going to give you our huge life hack on how you can easily include it into your diet whilst battling the daily commute, dash to the gym or morning meeting.
Why should we include collagen into our diets?
According to Natalie Rizzo, M.S., R.D. of eatingwell.com, collagen has many beauty benefits that we could all do with, from its use as an anti-ageing agent to relieving arthritis pains and improving joint health.
She also mentions that our bodies’ natural ability to produce collagen declines with age (booo), but the good news is that there’s promising research around consuming collagen alongside vitamin C which can produce an anti-ageing effect and also brings about many beauty benefits.
Sounds good to us!
How can we include collagen in our daily diet?
If you’re anything like the team here at Nonchalant HQ then you’ll be dashing all over the place, whether it’s a date, a meeting, or just the commute home, time is tight. We hear ya sista, and that’s why when hearing about this collagen craze we wanted to find something easy to include in our daily routine…
Cue Swisse Me …. taadaa!
Swisse Me are not only backed by science but they’ve created an innovative and incredibly easy way to get our nutrients as part of a busy and exciting lifestyle.
So we’d like to share with you their delicious on-the-go shots, jellies and smoothie blends to help you get your health kick.
Check out the selection below, give it a try and tell us what you think.
We’ve decided to go with the full collagen nutrition bundle. Don’t forget to let us know how you get on by commenting below.
Team Nonchalant x
eatingwell.com, Natalie Rizzo, M.S., R.D., http://www.eatingwell.com/article/290267/should-you-eat-collagen/, 20 Feb 2020