Consumption Of Foods That Stimulate The Formation Of Collagen?
Bones and bone marrow of beef legs which were pressed forrn30 hours and the fat layer removed after IrnChecked it at the Polytechnic health laboratoryrnJember there was a protein percentage of:rn82,55 %.rnDuring +/ – 4 months I consume 1-2 glasses per dayrnThe complaints I have felt so far include:rn- joint pain in the legs and armsrn- back painrn- feeling tired and weak rn- the skin is cracked and dryrnEverything is no longer felt, the body feels fresh, the skin feels moist, the pain is all gone.rnThe question:rnIs it true that the broth contains COLLAGEN and where can we check for it? the collagen content.rnThanksrnSoetjahjo’s Dayrn68 th.
Hello Mr Hari,
Collagen is the main protein found in bones, joints, cartilage and connective tissue. There are so many benefits of collagen, including uniting cells and tissues so that they are very strongly connected, regenerating cells, and protecting internal organs.
Consumption of foods high in vitamin A, vitamin C, copper and proline can stimulate the formation of collagen. For example in fish oil, broccoli, tomatoes, strawberries, milk, beef, potatoes, and oranges.
Unfortunately, there is no valid research on the relationship between bone broth (bone broth) and pain relief due to inflammation of the bones or joints. based on your explanation, the complaints you experience can be caused by degeneration or aging factors, arthritis and calcification of the lumbar spine. However, it is necessary to have an immediate examination by a doctor to be sure.
The examination of the collagen content in the broth can be checked at the Food and Drug Administration (BPOM) with a note that reagents are available for checking the collagen content. You can check it by contacting the BPOM.
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