Vital Proteins Marine Collagen 221g ( Non GMO Collagen )
Vital Proteins Marine Collagen Marine Collagen Peptides Powder - Vital Proteins Marine Collagen - 12g of Collagen per Serving, Wild Caught Non GMO Our Marine Collagen is made from the scales of fresh, non-GMO, wild-caught white fish off the coast of Alaska.
Beneficial Marine Collagen Powder: Helps promote youthful skin, healthier hair, stronger nails, joint health, and bone health. Easy to Use: Soluble in hot or cold liquids, including coffee, smoothies, and baked goods. 12g collagen per serving | Whole30 & Paleo Friendly | Free of dairy, gluten & artificial flavors Collagen is found in all of our connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and bones with its purpose being to provide these body parts with their strength, structure and elasticity.
As we get older, our bodies become less efficient at producing collagen, which is why we recommend introducing ingestible collagen to your diet. Ingredients: scales of fresh, non-gmo, wild-caught white fish What Is Collagen? Collagen is the body’s most abundant protein. It helps give structure to skin, hair, tendons, cartilage, bones and joints. How Do I Use Collagen? Our Marine Collagen is one of the most versatile offerings we have in our lineup, as it dissolves easily into hot and cold liquids and has no distinguishable flavor. One of the most popular ways Vital Proteins fans use the marine-sourced collagen powder is by scooping and stirring it into their morning coffee.
Other ways to use our collagen include adding it to smoothies, salad dressings, soups and pasta sauce. What Is the Difference Between Collagen Peptides & Marine Collagen? The main difference between our Collagen Peptides and Marine Collagen is sourcing. While Collagen Peptides are sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine from Brazil, the Marine Collagen is sourced from wild-caught fish scales.
Therefore, Marine Collagen is pescatarian-friendly. When Should I Start Taking It? While there is no preferred age to start taking collagen, it is important to note that our body’s natural collagen production begins to decline by about 1-2% around the age of 25. As for the best time in the day to take collagen, there is also no preferred time to take your daily serving of collagen. It can be taken in the morning, afternoon or in the evening.
Happy scooping! Is It Possible to Take Too Much Collagen? As is the case with all our products, we recommend following our suggested serving size, which is 1-2 scoops. If you’re thinking of going above that, we recommend consulting your licensed healthcare professional. **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.