2. Stronger Bones
Your body continually reabsorbs old bone and creates new bone. Every ten years or so, your whole skeletal system gets replaced. Your bones remain strong and healthy when there is a balance between the old bone and the new bone being created. Problems result when this balance no longer exists. With less formation of new bone and this means that more old bone gets reabsorbed.
As you grow older, the body reabsorbs calcium and phosphate from your bones, and they become more fragile. You need to eat enough foods high in these minerals to make new bone. Another issue that can cause fragile bones are when the body is getting enough calcium, but it is unable to absorb it. Collagen plays a role in helping the body to absorb calcium.
Eating chicken feet containing collagen can help reduce the risk of developing brittle bones. Many studies have shown collagen can stimulate the cells that create bone (osteoblasts) and help to maintain the healthy bone structure.
Chondroitin and glucosamine are two of the nutrients found in a chicken feet broth that support healthy bone. It also contains chondroitin sulfate which is good for osteoarthritis. Instead of buying expensive supplements containing glucosamine and chondroitin, using chicken feet in a bowl of soup or broth offers a much cheaper option that can be very effective.