Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:25] Being under stress long term can lead to serious health problems
- [02:33] How stress damages collagen
- [03:00] What is collagen
- [04:00] There are 16 types of collagen in the body
- [05:00] What is the connection between collagen and stress
- [06:30] Cortisol directly degrades the collagen
- [07:20] Inflammation due to stress damages collagen
- [08:15] Collagen is crucial for bone quality
- [09:38] The quality of collagen is important
- [11:00] Oral supplementation improves collagen status in the body
- [11:45] Collagen composes about 80% of your skin
- [14:40] 5 things you can do
Resources talked about in this episode
- Blog mentioned – The Devastating Impact of Stress on Collagen
- Blog mentioned – Top Natural Approaches for Anxiety
- Blog mentioned – Checklist to Beat Insomnia
- Blog mentioned – 3-Steps to Eating Healthy for Life
- Products mentioned – Calm + Clear, Sleep Relief, Collagen
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