Fish (with the Skin) Fish is a good choice since it contains collagen-producing amino acids.
Red Bell Peppers The red peppers are much more important for that collagen factory since they contain more vitamin C as they mature.
Tomatoes Sun-dried tomatoes are rich in vitamin C, which is needed to make collagen.
Bone Broth Bone broth is a prominent collagen source. If you have time, prepare beef, chicken, or other animal bones to extract their nutrients.
Berries Raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries are rich in vitamin C, which benefits the skin.
Beef Beef also includes collagen amino acids glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline.
Citrus Fruits Vitamin C links amino acids during collagen formation, another fascinating fact. Citrus fruits are considered vitamin C kings and queens.
Eggs This sticky yellow core includes collagen to keep your hair shining. Egg whites include collagen-making animo acids.
Legumes Legumes provide skin-beneficial minerals and proteins. Zinc and vitamin C make chickpeas helpful for collagen formation.
Oysters Oysters are rich in copper, which helps us make collagen.