Halle Berry, 51, reveals she drinks bone broth to keep her complexion flawless
51-year-old actress and producer Halle Berry was interviewed by Terri Seymour at the Imagine Cocktail Party Fundraiser for the Jenesse Center in Los Angeles.
During the conversation, both women addressed several topics, including a ‘little secret’ that the actress has to look as beautiful as always. As Extra TV reported, Berry’s secret is bone broth.
She revealed that people could go to the butcher and get as many bones as necessary for free because, after all, they would throw them away. Later, all people have to do is boil them up for 24 hours and drink the broth.
Berry added that the result is a free collagen-filled meal. According to Live Strong, collagen provides structure to the skin and improves the flexibility it needs to stretch and return to its original state as the body moves.
Apart from all the benefits on the skin, collagen also forms the structure, flexibility, and strength on people’s bones as approximately 30 percent of bones are made up of organic materials, in which collagen is present in 95 percent of it.
The muscles are also improved as the collagen fibers help strengthen them. Finally, the walls of the veins, arteries, and capillaries of the body get stronger with collagen.
During the interview, Berry revealed that sharing half of the face of her four-year-old son Maceo on Instagram during her vacation to Bora Bora was a difficult thing to do.
‘I really don't like to show my kids very much… but I do realize… my people are, like, solid for me and me for them and I feel like I want to include them. But it's a fine line because I don't want to exploit my children… I want to protect my children, so I thought, “Half the face is good,”’ said Berry.
Finally, the actress revealed that she was saddened over the immigration situation that the US is going through at the moment.
Berry pointed out that she couldn’t imagine her children being taken away from her like several kinds are being taken from their parents at the border.