Natural Food Sources of Hyaluronic Acid and Collagen: Try this

So you are looking for natural food sources of hyaluronic Acid and collagen?

I understand how you feel - infact not too long ago I too was in search for a diet rich in food that could help rejuvenate the look and feel of my skin.

On my search, I stumbled upon many sources of both collagen and hyaluronic.

The only problem is that almost all of the recommended natural food sources of Hyaluronic Acid and Collagen were not sufficient enough to the extent where I could rely on them to reduce the wrinkles and fine lines that made me look much older than I actually was.

What I really needed and wanted was a natural antiaging solution that I could rely on to easily rejuvenate my skin.

...and that's when I stumbled across the REAL SECRETS to naturally increase both hyaluronic acid and collagen levels in the body effortlessly.

What are these secrets?

To my surprise it was quite simple really. Both hyaluronic acid and collagen naturally occur in our body. Our body naturally creates both.

So to keep both hyaluronic acid and collagen at high levels (which keeps our skin younger looking) we need to do two things:

1. Make the body create more (in the case of collagen)
2. Prevent the damage of the current supply of both substances in the body

How can you make your body create more collagen?

The best way is use to use a special type of honey called Active Manuka Honey. Manuka honey is a natural collagen enhancer, and will naturally stimulate your body to create more collagen.

How About Hyaluronic Acid?

The best way to protect hyaluronic is to inhibit the activity of hyaluronidase, an enzyme that breaks down the acid in the skin.

Your best bet if you want to inhibit hyaluronidase is to use Phytessence wakame.

Phytessence wakame is a powerful antioxidant derived from Japanese sea algae. It can be eaten in both its dry or fresh forms.

The best way to enjoy the benefits of both Active Manuka Honey and Phytessence wakame is to use antiaging skincare products that contain both substances as active ingredients.

About the Author:
John Lexon is a dedicated researcher of important issues that affect skin and health.
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