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The primary nutrient to boost collagen is…?

Copper is involved in a very important enzyme to make connective tissue and collagen specifically. And this connective tissue is the thing that holds everything together. Copper is very important.

Now how would you end up with a copper deficiency? That's really what I would focus on more than getting copper from the diet because most people can get it. Too much zinc will create a copper deficiency and then you could show up these copper deficiency symptoms.

And one of the big ones is that you lose collagen and you're more susceptible to getting a hernia and more susceptible to having an aneurysm. Your skin starts to get sagging. This collagen needs copper and copper is a fascinating mineral.

Last updated: Apr 22, 2024 14:44 PM