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7 Foods High in Hyaluronic Acid

7 Foods High in Hyaluronic Acid
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What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic Acid is a natural substance produced by the body, it’s primarily found in the fluids in the eyes, joints, skin, and connective tissue. Hyaluronic acid plays an important role in normal bodily function, it lubricates the joints and connective tissue, supports skin health, wound healing, and bone strength.

Hyaluronic Acid can be applied with topical treatments but using it topically will only benefit your skin. Our Hyaluronic Acid Gummies are perfect as taking it orally will benefit your entire body!


Which foods are high in Hyaluronic Acid?

Bone broth is full of nutrients, however, it’s certainly not a tasty drink! It’s one of the best foods to consume to boost your body’s hyaluronic acid levels. There are a few things you can do to bone broth to give it a yummy flavour.

If you’re looking to give broth a little bit of flavour you can just add a teaspoon of the following:

· Salt

· Lemon juice

· Garlic powder

· Hot sauce

· Truffle oil

If you still can’t stomach it, then an easy alternative is to add it to a smoothie! It’s perfect for breakfast and the fruit and other ingredients in the smoothie will disguise the flavour.


Banana & Berry Bone Broth Smoothie


· ½ small frozen banana

· ¾ cup frozen raspberries

· 1 tblsp almond butter

· 1 cup bone broth

· ¾ cup unsweetened almond milk

Combine ingredients in a blender and blend on high speed, pour into a tall glass and enjoy!

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Skin supplements vs. Topical treatments

Hyaluronic Acid used externally can do wonders for your skin, it helps retain moisture, keeping your skin hydrated. Using a topical treatment will only benefit the skin. If you take a hyaluronic acid supplement, then it will benefit your entire body!

If you’re looking for hyaluronic acid supplements, then you’ve come to the right place! Haircarebear now offers Hyaluronic Acid gummies. The hyaluronic acid used in our little bears can hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water!

Skin cells produce hyaluronic acid naturally, but it never hurts to give it a little boost! These gummies will help the skin retain moisture, keeping your skin hydrated. They’ll also help to smooth and firm the skin, giving you a glow from the inside out! You can find our hyaluronic acid gummies here!

Eating foods rich in hyaluronic acid, or foods that support the production of hyaluronic acid will benefit your entire body, taking them in conjunction with our little bears is your best chance of getting moisturised, dewy skin. If you’re looking to maximise your glow, be sure to checkout our best of skin bundle here. FUN FACT: Hyaluronic foods and supplements can support your skin by reducing the formation of fine lines. If you’re vegetarian or allergic to collagen, then hyaluronic acid supplements are a great alternative!

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