Dr. Dray, Dermatologist, discusses various foods that can help collagen synthesis and restoring collagen to fight skin-aging, reduce joints and muscles pain, promote overall health, and improve heart health. She also provides some tips to maintain skin health.


February 2021

Dermatologist discusses the best foods for collagen production.  The best diet for building collagen and preventing wrinkles.  Are collagen drinks good for your skin? #antiaging #collagen #diet

My collagen video https://youtu.be/z2PLnQtpEmk

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0:00 Intro
0:30 What is collagen
1:39 Protein
3:03 Omega 3 fatty acids
3:47  Leafy greens
5:01 Red fruits & vegetables
5:33 Orange vegetables
7:08 Vitamin C rich fruits
7:57 Garlic
10:18 Benefits beyond skin
12:20 What to eat less of 
18:03 Outro

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