Hyaluronic acid is a compound found throughout your body. It plays a key role in many aspects of health, particularly in relation to your skin, eyes, and joints (1).
Your body can produce hyaluronic acid, but the compound is also available in oral supplements, injections, and topical products such as serums.
In addition, you can get it from certain foods. Plus, some foods provide nutrients your body uses to boost hyaluronic acid production.
Here are 7 healthy foods that are high in hyaluronic acid or its building blocks.
Bone broth is made by simmering the bones and connective tissue of animals in liquid for 12–48 hours.
This results in a flavorful product that’s rich in many nutrients, including hyaluronic acid.
Bone broth also contains a good amount of protein, with approximately 10 grams in each 1-cup (240-mL) serving (8).
Additionally, it’s a good source of the compounds proline, glutamine, chondroitin, and glucosamine.
Plus, it’s rich in collagen, a type of protein that has been shown to improve skin elasticity and hydration (12).
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