After age 20, our collagen production slows down. As a result, we start to experience signs of aging, like wrinkles, sagging skin and weaker joints. What’s a person to do? Is it possible to boost the body's collagen levels naturally?
Anything that is eaten or consumed, whether it’s food, alcohol, medicine or toxins, gets filtered by the liver. Fortunately, the liver is super-smart. It knows when it’s time for a good cleanse. It knows when to usher the toxins out of the body through urine or stool, when to save nutrients and when to release them back into the blood.
Research suggests that mood disorders have a lot to do with imbalances in the gut, resulting from the food choices we make. That’s where nutrition therapy, which involves the intake of certain nutrients to improve physical and mental health, may be able to help.