Sep 24

Collagen is an important protein in the body that helps to produce skin, muscles and ligaments. Many times as skin sags, wrinkles or forms other cosmetic issues, it is due to an inadequate amount of collagen. Also, as people age, the amount of collagen the body naturally produces also decreases. Luckily, there are several foods you can eat that will help to promote collagen growth in the body so you can look and feel great. Look for foods that contain the following vitamins or nutrients and you will see improved skin quality as your body starts to produce higher levels of collagen.

Vitamin C

Foods rich in vitamin C, such as oranges, can not only help boost the immune system but this vitamin is also an essential component of the collagen production process. Other foods that contain vitamin C include leafy greens, broccoli, mangos and green peppers.

Niacin or Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3, also known as niacin, is a vitamin that not only helps to enhance the look of skin, but studies have also have shown that it enhances the body’s ability to produce collagen. Incorporating vitamin B3 into the diet with food or supplements can drastically improve the look of skin. Vitamin B3 can be found in foods such as swordfish tuna, peanuts, beets and sunflower seeds.


Copper is a mineral that not only acts as an antioxidant, preventing free radicals from damaging the skin, but according to several studies it is essential for the body to be able to produce collagen. Low copper levels in the body can lead to lower collagen production levels and a decrease in skin’s elasticity. Good sources of copper include mushrooms, peanuts and clams, copper can also be taken in pill form and is in many multivitamins. (Scientia Nutrition MultiVitamins are an excellent choice).


Soy is full of an isoflavone called genistein. Genistein in soy is able to enhance the speed and production of collagen in the body. Soy can be ingested through supplements or you can eat soybeans or soy based cheeses. Another easy way to get soy into your diet is to switch your dairy milk for soy milk.


Lycopene, which is found in bright red, yellow and orange foods is another often overlooked source to help boost the rate of collagen production in the body and help your body consistently produce more collagen and elastin. Look for bright foods such as tomatoes, red, yellow and orange peppers, carrots and sweet potatoes, as these are all a great source of lycopenes.

A simple change to your diet can make a big difference in the quality of your skin over time, but to give yourself a real chance at success in today’s busy world, try Scientia Nutrition MultiVitamins from


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Sep 24

Welcome to our new inbox magazine:

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  • How to Get the Best Night’s Sleep of Your Life
  • Ten Foods That Will Help You Live Longer
  • Top 5 Tips for Getting Noticed by the Opposite Sex
  • Top 5 Ways to Relieve Stress
  • Aromatherapy and How it can Benefit You
  • Top 5 Ways to Pamper Yourself
  • Most Effective Ways to Quit Smoking Fast
  • Top 8 Tips for Naturally Freshening Your Breath
  • Crystal healing – fact or fiction?
  • Top 5 Tips for a Whiter Smile
  • Losing Weight Fast Using Calorie Counting Websites
  • Top 10 Tips for Healthy, Beautiful Nails
  • The Risks of Eating Too Much Fast Food
  • Extend your life by moving home!
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  • The dangers of free radicals and how you can combat them
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The 6 Biggest Threats To Your Skin

Positive Steps Toward Cancer Prevention

Top 10 Tips for Beautiful Healthy Nails

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