Before we demonstrate how to add collagen to kombucha, let’s go over why you’d even want to add a scoop of collagen to a glass of kombucha in the first place. If you’re not already a fan of both the supplement and the beverage, then you might feel confused about this little marriage in wellness. But if you’re a longtime user of both, you’ll know exactly why drinking collagen-infused kombucha is a must-try.
Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides (our first-ever product that remains one of our most popular!) is packed with major health and beauty benefits thanks to its key ingredient. Our hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides helps to promote stronger hair, skin, nails, and joints.**
We enlisted our friends over at Health-Ade to help us demonstrate this how-to process. We’re big fans of Health-Ade not only because they produce quality fermented tea (a.k.a. kombucha) but also because the drink is a probiotic powerhouse.
Together, they join forces as the ultimate power couple. So, why are we showing you how to add collagen to kombucha? You may be wondering, “Can’t you just pour a scoop of collagen in?!” You technically can, but you’ll risk getting overflowing bubbles since kombucha is a fermented drink. Good news: you can easily stop this from happening in two steps – and we’re here to teach you how.
Watch our video below and learn how to add collagen to kombucha today.
How to Add Collagen to Kombucha
- First, mix one scoop of collagen (we used our flavorless Collagen Peptides!) with ¾ cup of coconut water. We like using coconut water for a flavor boost. Plain water will diminish the kombucha taste.
- Then, *slowly* add your favorite kombucha to your mixture. Bottoms up!