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*****This is very basic, you really should research some of this on your own******and also research the effects of too much gelatin so you know.
You can buy dry unflavoured gelatin in the grocery store, or you can boil down the bones of beef to use daily in soups to get the health benefits as well.
Here is what gelatin can do for you. I know, because it has done it for me time and time again. I used the powdered form for three months the first time to heal fibromialgia symptoms and bowel issues. It worked amazing. I stirred two LEVEL tsp into my tea every morning for three months at first, and now use it sporadically just to make sure I keep it part of my diet. I also make my own broths often from the bones of cows, and chickens, and use them to make soup at least once or twice a week.
Make sure you drink lots of water when doing this, and research it more on your own.
Promotes healthy bones (essential for women in menopause)
Assists the liver with detoxification processes, assisting to rid the body of toxins
Aids good digestion, restores gut lining and promotes a healthy gut – gelatin absorbs water, helping to keep fluids in the digestive tract, which assists bowel movements
Assists with food allergies and intolerances
Reduces joint pain
Fights inflammation (in muscles too!)
Inhibits infection (think colds and flu) and helps wound healing
Assists with beautiful skin – gelatin provides glycine and proline, two amino acids that are used in the production of collagen… and is thought to protect against the aging effects of sunlight
Promotes hair and nail growth
Improves sleep quality
Provides a good source of protein
Helps with anxiety
Assists with weight loss – increases the production of Human Growth Hormone and boosts metabolism
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