Collagen for Gut Health: Why It Works and How You Can Benefit
Did you know that humans have more bacterial cells than human cells (1)? (Like, 10 times more, to be precise.)
This bacteria lives on the skin, in the nose and ears, and, most of all—in the gut.
Researchers are beginning to uncover the critical role that collagen plays in protecting this delicate microbiome and the long-term implications it offers in sustaining optimal immune function as we grow older.