yeah but its a protein and the amino acid code is similar to that of collagen so, higher chance of producing collagen
How many times do I have to tell you? Whatever the protein you eat, the amino acids are completely separated in order for you to digest them. The code is irrelevant. Eating collagen does not mean your body produces collagen.
skin fades mainly due to lack of nutrition in diet
You're talking rubbish. If it was that simple, nobody would get wrinkled as they get old. You can maintain skin more effectively with a healthy diet, but the human body only lasts so long. Unless, perhaps, you think you're superior to the all the humans who've grown old in centuries past, and won't wrinkle...
why do you think the japanese barely wrinkle? their diet.
they eat alot of brown rice containing phycic acid (or something like that) which is something that stops the wrinkling occuring to such a degree go read it, can't remember the website, but i'm sure you can google it
yeah but their aging process is majorly lowered. and their health is ALOT better than ours even though they smoke alot. they eat fresh fruit (straight from source, not imported and whatever), BROWN RICE and other epic foodsies
I just wanted you to be aware of how incredibly wrong your initial assumptions were.
It's great that you're researching things for yourself, but it's worth looking a little deeper before you give out advice. It's almost as if you read and believe the medical texts you like, ignore the ones you don't, and thus have a much lower understanding of physiology than you realise.
Your theory was stupid, and you fail at justifying it.
If it's any consolation, I'm not being argumentative because I hate you. I'm argumentative whenever someone gets something horribly wrong.
if people are interested i got refered to a physiotherapist dr says its probably not parkour related just a bad coinscidence. but so far the doctors advise had been pretty useless. if anything made me worse. i went to a chinese herbalist and within 2 days of following his advise i was off the crutches and walking around like someone under 80 years of age (which i am!). still not better enough to risk parkour but for the first time it seems like there's a light at the end of the tunnel. my advice is don't just go on what your NHS doctor tells you, get a second opinion!!