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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.
The BEST FOODS for COLLAGEN PRODUCTION| Dr Dray
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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0:30 What is collagen
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
10:18 Benefits beyond skin
12:20 What to eat less of