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To give companies and child care companies (hospitals, schools, nursing homes, etc.) informed recommendations on the best products and suppliers available in the North American market.

Since 2015, Sproot has grown its content offerings based on the demands of its client companies. End customers, i.e. parents, are increasingly concerned about the products they use in their homes to care for their children. The category "organic" has become an indispensable condition in any food consumed or product used by children. We wanted to extend this attention to the organic to the care of children in health institutions, school restaurants and other spaces for prolonged care of children.

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Food rich in collagen: experts opinion

Foods high in collagen
There are many foods that can cover a collagen-rich diet. This includes nuts, vegetables, meats. Next we will talk especially about two foods with higher collagen content and therefore very beneficial to health: blue fish and egg whites.


Blue fish and a diet rich in collagen Some fish assortments contain a ton of nutrients and supplements. Especially some are high in collagen.

Eating fish is not for everyone and there are different options, unlike eating fish which, in any case, could provide supplements.

Fish is commonly regarded as an important aspect of a reasonable and solid diet, as indicated by the dietary rules of administration. In addition, although fish consumption is not for everyone, there are many advantages and embarrassments that accompany it.

Eating fish can have some significant benefits

Different types of fish are rich in nutrients A, D, calcium and magnesium.

In addition, they are high in omega-3 fats, which can reduce the pulse, decrease the…

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