Collagen is the body’s most abundant protein. It helps to promote strong hair, skin, nails, and joints. Unfortunately, our body’s natural collagen production begins to decline around the age of 25. In order to help combat this fact, we offer a lineup of ingestible collagen products, ranging from our hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides (our first-ever product!) to our Matcha Collagen (a combination of our peptides and nutrient-rich matcha).
There are many ways to take our collagen products. You can either add them to your morning coffee – a favorite of Collagen Peptides and Collagen Creamer fans – or mix them into your meals, like using our Beef Gelatin to thicken stews; its binding properties are activated due to gelatin being partially hydrolyzed.
Let’s focus on our Matcha Collagen, which boasts 10 grams of collagen per serving, and is the ultimate power couple. Why, you ask? It is made up of our Collagen Peptides and superfood matcha. This fine-powdered green tea contains L-theanine, an amino acid that delivers an “alert calm” to matcha drinkers.
There are a few misconceptions regarding collagen intake. Our collagen isn’t exclusive to people over the age of 25 or fitness enthusiasts. You don’t need to have “I ran 4 marathons” on your CV or follow a particular diet. That being said, our collagen is Whole 30 approved and paleo-friendly. It’s sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine hides.
We don’t require people to exercise to try out our products. You don’t need to be in the best shape of your life to add our Collagen Peptides to your morning smoothie or our Matcha Collagen to your favorite dessert. But studies have proven time and time again that leading an active lifestyle – even if that means taking a brisk walk for 30 minutes every day – is imperative to a healthier, happier life.
On the other hand, if you consider the gym to be your second home and are a big fan of adding whey to your post-workout shakes, you may want to try our Collagen Whey. We also offer collagen-free Whey Protein.
If you’re looking to go above our suggested serving size – which is 1 to 2 scoops – and increasing your intake per day, we recommend first consulting with your doctor.