- Stimulates Joint & Cartilage Cell Growth
- Increases mobility range of movement
- Improves skin, hair & nails
- Supports general health and well being
- Take with water, juice or blend in a smoothie
This Collagen powder is composed of Bovine Type I and Type III, which are predominantly found in the skin. Collagen is the closest structure to our own. The collagen in our body breaks down with age, which can result in bone and joint issues, loss of skin quality and even reduced muscle mass. Collagen is often left out of the modern diet as it is not present in lean cuts of meat, but instead is found in bones and connective tissues. Hydrolyzed collagen provides all of the necessary nutrients to support natural collagen production. It is hydrolyzed for maximum absorption and rapid utilisation, specifically targeting the strength and integrity of structures, including bones, muscles, joints and ligaments.
Daily use of Collagen can:
- Ease joint discomfort and make joints smooth and mobile.
- Assist in cartilage regeneration.
- Improve bone density, stability and flexibility.
- Improve gut health.
- Decelerate loss of bone mass.
- Assist in the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.
- Assist in wound healing.
- Improve quality of life.
Collagen is important for digestive health and to promote overall well-being. The gut is largely where our immune system resides, and where over 70% of our serotonin (happy neurotransmitter) is located. Collagen provides the necessary building blocks to restore and repair the gut lining, keeping our immune system strong and supporting optimal health. Collagen is 90% protein, low kilojoule, and contains no sugar or carbohydrates. Take hydrolyzed collagen daily to reinforce strength, assist in optimal aging to gain quality of life, helping you feel strong inside and out.
For best results take 18g (three scoops) daily. Collagen is temperature resistant and fully dissolves in hot or cold liquid while maintaining nutritional value. Flavourless and odourless, collagen powder can easily can be mixed into sweet things like smoothies, chia puddings, rolled into bliss balls or baked into banana bread. Add to savory food like bone broth, soups, and sauces. You can also add it to hot drinks like tea and coffee. Get creative!
What differentiates the different types of collagen is the way we enzymatically hydrolyse them. We have specific enzymes we use for each different product as well as different final molecular weight profiles. This results in different remaining peptide chains within the collagen powder (so all amino acids are the same it is the length of the chains and the different terminal ends of the chains that are important to each of the collagen peptide products). The clinical studies associated with collagen have only used these particular collagen peptide products as initial cell stimulation trials showed that these were the best in terms of stimulatory affects on target cell