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Collagen: What You Need To Know

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Collagen is the most abundant protein in our body, and found in our muscles, bones, skin, digestive system and tendons. Unfortunately, our body's collagen production naturally begins to slow down as we age, which is why we need to replenish this vital protein on a daily basis.

"Here at The Healthy Chef, we believe that wellbeing starts from within and the foods that we eat. Our body requires amino acids found in collagen that can nourish us from the inside out."

The Healthy Chef Collagen range supports digestive health, beautiful skin, healthy joints and total wellbeing.  Many people have asked us the differences in our collagen range, so below we've outlined the individual benefits.

Healthy Chef Marine Collagen

 Healthy Chef Marine Collagen is 100% pure + wild marine collagen with nothing added. It was designed to support total wellbeing, including your joints, skin and digestive health. Studies have shown that the amino acids in collagen may assist in alleviating some of the gastrointestinal symptoms associated with conditions including IBS, acid reflux, Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. In addition, collagen is rich in protein and the amino acid L-glutamine, a vital nutrient for the intestines to rebuild and repair. Thus, it supports our overall digestive system.

Healthy Chef Marine Collagen is highly bioavailable, meaning it is easily absorbed and utilised by our bodies. It's 100% GMO-free with no fats, sugars, fillers, gluten, lactose or carbohydrates. Healthy Chef Marine Collagen also dissolves completely in hot and cold liquids, it has not taste and can be added to hot or cold drinks, juices and nourishing soups. 

"I love adding Healthy Chef Marine Collagen to my morning coffee as well as my nourishing soups. It's completely tasteless, so perfect to add into any hot or cold liquid and boost its nutritional profile." 

Healthy Chef Beauty Collagen 

I designed Healthy Chef Beauty Collagen to target the growing need for a more rejuvenating and nourishing product for skin health.

Research shows the wonderful benefits of collagen supplementation on skin properties, including hydration, elasticity, reduction of wrinkles, and visible signs of ageing.

Healthy Chef Beauty Collagen is a powerhouse of 4 in one nutrients, consisting of wild marine collagen, vitamin C, zinc and B5. Studies show that collagen helps improved elasticity, skin hydration and firmness. The powerhouse of vitamins in Healthy Chef Beauty Collagen works to enhance the absorption of collagen while also supporting skin hydration, skin healing and reduces the appearance of tiredness and fatigue. In addition, Beauty Collagen has a refreshing citrus taste and can be enjoyed with a glass of water daily. 

Healthy Chef Gut Collagen

Healthy Chef Gut Collagen is a powerful 4 in one blend of wild marine collagen, L-glutamine, magnesium + probiotics to support your gut and healthy digestion. Studies suggest that the biggest digestive benefit of consuming more collagen is that it helps form connective tissue and heals the protective lining of the gastrointestinal tract. 

Addition of L-glutamine benefits your overall health by supporting gut function and digestive processes.  Studies from the Journal of Clinical Immunology show L-glutamine also helps to reduce intestinal inflammation and can help people recover from food sensitivities.

"Gut Collagen has refreshing lemon citrus tasting notes and combines effortlessly with water or cold drinks such as juices and smoothies for a nourished, healthy gut."

HOW DO I TAKE HEALTHY CHEF COLLAGEN 

Healthy Chef Collagen is completely soluble and delicious in hot or cold liquids.

MARINE COLLAGEN: (completely tasteless) Mix with water, smoothie or add to your morning coffee or a restorative broth.

BEAUTY COLLAGEN: (refreshing citrus flavour) Mix with water and enjoy.

GUT COLLAGEN: (refreshing lemon flavour) Mix with water and enjoy.

 

 

 

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