When Should I Start Taking Collagen Supplements?
When should I start taking collagen supplements? Collagen is the body’s most abundant protein. It is linked to many health benefits including helping to promote healthy hair, skin, nails and joints.** As we grow older, our body begins to create less collagen, slowing down its production by about 1-2%.
As a result, skin may become fragile and less elastic. In addition, hair starts losing its color, joints aren’t as flexible and bones may lose their density. Supplementing with collagen may help you improve your body’s collagen levels.**
When Should I Feel Concerned About My Collagen Intake?
Our body’s natural collagen production begins to decline around the age of 30. This is why taking supplements, like our Collagen Peptides, Matcha Collagen and Collagen Creamers™, is important. Our Beauty Collagen™ product lineup also features skin-loving ingredient Hyaluronic Acid.
Who Else Can Benefit from Collagen?
Anyone! You don’t need to be 25 years old to add collagen to your diet. Of course, we recommend consulting your physician before introducing any sort of supplement to your diet.
Collagen may come in handy if you're looking to promote healthy joints. Our collagen products aim to help strengthen joints while our Beef Gelatin takes it one step further and serves as an option for those following gut-sensitive diets.**
How Should I Take Collagen?
Nope, it’s all up to personal preference. Being flavorless and easily soluble, our Collagen Peptides is our most versatile option. You can mix it into smoothies, coffee – which is how most people use it – and both sweet and savory foods. But if you fancy yourself more of a candy connoisseur, consider using our Beef Gelatin to create collagen gummies since this product has a “binding” or thickening effect due to it being partially hydrolyzed.
What Collagen Product Should I Take?
**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.