Does Collagen Make You Poop?

2020-02-21 07:06:18

"Ever since I have taken the Marine Collagen Jelly, I noticed that I'm frequenting the bathroom..."

That was the feedback we received from some of the customers.
Justifiably, their first question was whether there was something wrong with the product.
That was not the case at all. In fact, I am going to reveal a Hidden Benefit of consuming collagen that most people are unaware of!
Collagen strengthens your digestive system.

COLLAGEN MAKES YOU POOP

Studies have shown that collagen can help aid digestion, heal stomach ulcers, reduce gut inflammation, and regulate acid secretion.
Intestinal Permeability or better known as the 'Leaky Gut' occurs when the lining in the small intestines is damaged.
This causes undigested food particles, bacterias, and toxic waste to penetrate through the intestines and enter the bloodstream.

These foreign substances in the blood can lead to various issues such as headaches, bloating, constipation, fatigue, joint pain, arthritis, and excessive cravings,
Once the lining is damaged, the cells in the intestine could hardly produce the enzyme needed for digestion.
Without proper digestion, your body cannot absorb the very much needed nutrients no matter how much effort you put into eating nutritious food.

Similar to how collagen strengthens and tightens your skin, collagen strengthens your digestive system.
"Our digestive tracts are made up of the same amino acids that are abundant in collagen. These amino acids help stimulate cell growth, which in turn helps repair your intestinal wall. By closing gaps in the pores and tightening the lining, this helps stop toxins from entering the bloodstream and can work to heal leaky gut. While leaky gut is an extreme case, our digestive tracts could still benefit from the use of collagen, even if you do not suffer from a full-blown leaky gut."
Read the full article here.

Though there are plenty of collagen supplements out in the market, bear in mind, that these supplements don't work overnight. It takes time for your body to restore and replace the collagen that you have lost.
A minimum of 30 days is required before you can start seeing results.
Check out the Natural Food that contains collagen here: What Is The Best Source Of Collagen?