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Signs from your body that you might need Collagen support - Ossa Organic

Signs from your body that you might need Collagen support

Collagen, the protein responsible for supporting skin health, joint function, hair and nail strength, bone density, and gut integrity, plays a pivotal role in maintaining our overall well-being.

As we age, our body's natural collagen production starts to decline, affecting various aspects of our health.

How does Collagen promote Gut Health?

If you were wondering what makes this powerhouse protein nature's superfood then you have come to the right place. 

So let's take a deep dive into how collagen protein supports gut health and the benefits it offers for digestive function.

Collagen is a type of protein molecule that is found throughout our body and is an essential component of many tissues, including the skin, bones, and tendons. Collagen is also present in the gut, where it plays an important role in supporting digestive health. 

How does Collagen promote Gut Health? - Ossa Organic
The link between gut health and your skin - Ossa Organic

The link between gut health and your skin

Gut health and skin health are intricately linked and play an important role in maintaining overall wellness - in fact our skin is our largest organ of our body!  A healthy gut is essential for healthy skin and vice versa so here's a closer look at the connection between gut health and skin health and how you can look after both and glow inside and out. 

Top 10 nourishing and delicious recipes with our Grass Fed Collagen Protein

Collagen peptides/protein offers a complete health supplement, without any additives artificial / processed ingredients it is much more easily absorbed by our bodies. Now let’s dive into these 10 grass-fed collagen recipes. They’re not only easy to make but also packed with nourishing foods that will help your body naturally heal and thrive.

Top 10 nourishing and delicious recipes with our Grass Fed Collagen Protein - Ossa Organic
An article by Physiotherapist, Sarah Parker - Ossa Organic

An article by Physiotherapist, Sarah Parker

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and when it comes to healing is the source of fibroblasts (the most proliferate cell in connective tissue) which secrete collagen and give structure and the ability to build new tissue. 
In the postnatal period healing is all you are doing and not only for yourself but the baby that is reliant upon you for their safety and healing especially in the 1st 9 months....