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Can You Take Collagen With Other Vitamins And Minerals?

Taking collagen with certain vitamins and minerals can be beneficial. Here we explore how come vitamins and minerals can support you on your collagen journey.  

Do you need to take vitamin C when taking collagen?

Vitamin C is vital for collagen production in the body. There are two enzymes necessary for collagen production (proxyl hydroxylase and lysyl hydroxylase), which require adequate vitamin C to perform. Most people generally obtain enough vitamin C from their daily diet. However, if you feel you may need to supplement this, then taking vitamin C when taking collagen can be beneficial. Read more about how vitamin C helps activate collagen production. 

Can you take collagen and magnesium together?

Yes.

The body requires both to help build and maintain muscles, tendons, cartilage, and bones. Food sources of magnesium include dark chocolate, avocados, nuts (like cashews and almonds), legumes (such as chickpeas, beans, lentils, peas, soybeans), tofu, seeds (chia, flax, pumpkin), whole grains, fatty fish, banana, and leafy greens. 

Can you take collagen and zinc together?

Yes.

Zinc can help boost collagen synthesis in the body. You can also get zinc from foods like spinach, almonds, cashews, seeds (pumpkin, sesame, watermelon), cacao, almonds, chickpeas, kidney beans, oats, and lentils. 

Can you take iron and collagen together?

Yes.

Dull hair and brittle nails can be signs that you’re low in both collagen and iron. Therefore, taking these together may result in particularly healthy-looking hair and nails. Foods naturally rich in iron include oysters, spinach, and cashew nuts. If you decide to take an iron supplement, please remember that too much iron or taking the wrong type can cause free radical damage to your skin. Always consult a medical professional if you are unsure.

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