Chicken Feet and Collagen The research at this Taiwanese University also confirmed chicken feet are good alternative sources for collagen. The usual sources for collagen are from bovine, pig and marine fish. But the production cost from these sources is very expensive. It is not only rich in collagen, but also a good source of hyaluronic acid, and chondroitin sulfate. Hyaluronic acid is touted as the fountain of youth i.e. it can prevent the effects of aging. Chondroitin sulfate is good for osteoarthritis, hence good for people with joint problems.
What are Collagen and What Are Its Benefits? Collagen can simply be described as a protein that acts as a glue that 'holds our body together'. The benefits are not only for the skin but also for the heart and can even improve athletic performance. Other benefits of taking collagen are:
-Healthier and younger looking skin -Rich in calcium and protein, without the carbohydrates -Improves blood supply by strengthening the blood vessels -Assist the body in metabolizing fats, therefore good for weight loss -Slows the effect of arthritis -Reduce pain and swelling (inflammation)
Most collagen, or collagen supplements, are expensive. So, why should you pay so much when you can have a cheap or almost free alternative? Use chicken feet in your soups, broths, and cooking to enjoy the benefits of collagen.
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