Do Collagen Supplements Actually Work?

This article discusses the benefits of collagen supplements in maintaining youthful-looking, firm, and radiant skin. Collagen is one of the building blocks of healthy skin, hair, nails, and bones. As people age, their natural collagen resources deplete, leading to visible signs of aging. The article notes that after the age of 30, people lose around one to two per cent of their collagen every year, making collagen supplements increasingly popular. However, the efficacy of collagen supplements is disputed, and not all collagen supplements are created equal. The article advises readers to ensure that their supplements contain bioavailable collagen and have been subjected to clinical trials that prove their efficacy.

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