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Collagen Shot™ Trio Bundle 1 Bundle (3 Collagen Shots) $9
Collagen Bar™ - 6 Pack Variety 6 Pack (1 of Each Flavor) $18

Can You Take Too Much Collagen?

If you’ve been following Lively – or have spotted Vital Proteins on Instagram (@vitalproteins) – you’re probably well on your way to becoming a collagen pro. In recent years, we’ve addressed users’ most frequently asked questions about hydrolyzed collagen and the different types of collagen, among other topics. But one question we keep seeing over and over again: How much collagen is too much to take? Keep reading for a refresher and find out our answer to this particular inquiry.

Remind Me Again: What Is Collagen?

At a certain age – around 25 to be exact – our body’s natural collagen production begins to decline. Collagen is responsible for helping to promote strong hair, skin, nails and joints.** This is why we recommend supplementing your diet with our products in an attempt to help boost these health benefits.

Can You Take Too Much Collagen?

How Do I Use Collagen?

We have plenty of collagen products to fulfill every need and lifestyle. Our Collagen Peptides – the OG product in our lineup – is the most versatile. Feel free to mix in a scoop or two into your iced coffee, hot tea or add to your favorite recipe. Unlike our Collagen Peptides, our Beef Gelatin dissolves in hot liquids and solidifies in cold liquids. It’s ideal for thickening soups and stews.

Of course, these aren’t our only collagen products. We also offer a line of Collagen Creamer™ Supplements, Bone Broth Collagen, Beauty Collagen™, Collagen Bars™(pictured above) and more.

Is It Possible to Take Too Much Collagen?

As is the case with all our Vital Proteins products, we recommend following our suggested serving size, which is 1-2 scoops. If you’re thinking of going above that, we recommend consulting first with your doctor.

Looking for more answers? Read How Much Collagen Should You Take A Day?

**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.