Collagen Nutrition Information

Our Collagen Peptides are flavorless and perfect to add to your favorite drink or protein shake before or after your workout!
  • Overview

    As you age, your body produces less Collagen. Supplementation can help replenish and support the body’s natural Collagen production. Collagen helps maintain your skin’s elasticity and firmness, supports joint flexibility, promotes muscle growth, and enhances post-workout recovery.

    Our Collagen is a combination of type I & type II Collagen. Type I Collagen is most prevalent in the human body and type II provides the most benefit to joint health. The recommended daily intake of Collagen varies based on individual needs and health goals.
  • Features

    Collagen is the most abundant protein in our body, found in skin, bones, muscles, tendons, and other connective tissues.
  • Features

    The main amino acids that make Collagen are proline, glycine, and hydroxyproline.
  • Features

    There are at least 28 different types of Collagens, but types I, II, & III are the most abundant and widely researched.

Collagen is a protein that makes up a significant part of your skin, hair, nails, and connective tissues. It provides structure and elasticity to these parts of your body.

Collagen peptides are short chains of amino acids derived from Collagen. They are hydrolyzed, making them easier for your body to absorb and use.

Collagen peptide supplementation helps maintain your skin’s elasticity and firmness, supports joint flexibility, promotes muscle growth, and enhances post-workout recovery.

Mix your Collagen peptides with your favorite drink or protein shake.

We recommend taking 10 grams of Collagen per day, which is our serving size, to see the benefits listed above.

Supplementing Collagen peptides are generally considered safe for most people when taken as directed. However, it’s advisable to consult your healthcare professional if you are pregnant, nursing, or have any otherunderlying health conditions.

No, our Collagen peptides are derived from bovine animal sources.

Collagen peptides are generally well-tolerated, but some individuals may experience mild digestive issues like bloating or diarrhea. If you notice any adverse effects, reduce your dosage or consult your healthcareprofessional.

If you are pregnant or nursing, please seek the advice of your healthcare practitioner before making any changes to your diet, lifestyle, or supplement regime. Please seek the advice of a healthcare practitioner for your specific health concerns.

  • Skin health

    Collagen helps maintain the skin’s moisture levels, supporting its elasticity and firmness. Joint function: Collagen supports the cartilage that cushions joints, reducing friction and improving joint flexibility.
  • Bone health

    Collagen is a crucial component of bone structure, contributing to bone strength and density. It may help support bone health and reduce the risk of age-related bone loss.
  • Muscle recovery

    Collagen contains essential amino acids, including glycine and proline, which play a role in muscle repair and growth.
  • Hair & Nails

    Collagen supports the health of hair and nails, promoting growth and strength.