The reason your mirror is showing you looking older and here is your number one best solution!

Remember the word COLLAGEN. Collagen comes from the greek word for “glue” and it is the molecule that makes a baby and young person’s skin texture look so tight, silky and youthful. Someone once said “as we age the soft parts get hard and the hard parts get soft” and this generally reflects the lack of collagen in our body.

The deficiency of collagen also significantly contributes to weakened tendons, wrinkles, and osteoarthritis. Decreased collagen content of the bone is the key underlying factor in brittle bones. Thirty percent of our bones are composed of collagen and it is similar to how 2 X 4s are used in building a house.

Wrinkles signify low collagen. Look into the mirror, the more wrinkles you see, the more chance you have weak bones. The question is, “what can we do to build collagen”?

We were pleased to fly into Nutrition World, one of the most respected experts in the field of nutrition, Richard Passwater Jr. He spoke to a packed house on how to naturally increase your collagen in your body through natural methods.

We are offering unlimited free access to this video for a brief period of time. If you are interested in an essential factor to anti-aging, you can’t miss this lecture!

Collagen comes from the greek word for “glue” and it is the molecule that makes a baby and young person’s skin texture look so tight, silky and youthful. Click To Tweet

 

 

Ed Jones has been the owner of Nutrition World since 1979. He is totally passionate in regard to his belief in the natural healing capacity of the human body. He has learned under and spent time with many respected experts in the holistic field. Ed received an extensive education in nutrition from the American Health Science University, A.A. from MTSU.

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