12 Foods High in Collagen, According to a Dietitian

 Bone Broth: A rich source of collagen, made by simmering bones for a long period to extract collagen and other nutrients.

Chicken: Contains connective tissues rich in collagen, especially found in parts like the neck and joints.

Fish and Shellfish: Their skins are particularly high in collagen; marine collagen is highly bioavailable.

 Egg Whites: Contain large amounts of proline, an amino acid necessary for collagen production.

Berries: Strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries are high in antioxidants that support collagen health and production.

Citrus Fruits: Loaded with vitamin C, a key nutrient required for collagen synthesis.

Garlic: Offers high levels of taurine and lipoic acid, which support collagen's rebuilding process.

Leafy Greens: Dark greens like spinach and kale are high in vitamin C and antioxidants, promoting collagen production.