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The craze over skin-smoothing collagen has spread to “nabe” hotchpotch, with restaurants serving up the protein-rich fare — usually in the form of pig’s knuckles — getting prominent play on TV and in magazines.

Besides eateries serving nabe containing collagen, the high-protein connective tissue found between animal bones, drugstores are also selling the gristle in supplement form.

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