Recommended use: 1 - 3 scoops per day. Start with 1/2 - 1 scoop per day and slowly increase every few weeks as tolerated.
It’s best to take collagen in the morning when your stomach is empty, before bed, or a few hours after eating a meal, as it’s important to bypass the digestive system.
You need the collagen to be in your bloodstream in its present form, not mixed in with food for breakdown by stomach acid during digestion.
Approximately 66 servings per 1kg pouch. 15g scoop included.
If you have leaky gut or other health issues, gelatin (the gelling type of collagen) would be more beneficial.
Most collagen powders consist of type 1 or 3 or a combination of both, but which one is not important because they are all broken down into pure protein during processing, so when you ingest collagen, you are ingesting amino acids that help rebuild all of your own collagen, not just type 1, 2 or 3, but every type.
I have spoken to many collagen suppliers in several countries and each one of them has stated that it is not possible to verify what percentage of the cattle's feed was grass or how long they spent in pasture, if at all.
There are no specific laws governing these terms and no independent body that regulates or verifies these claims, so anyone can state pasture-raised/grass-fed on their labels, but they are pretty meaningless and just marketing hype.
There would be no extra benefit to pasture-raised/grass-fed collagen anyway as it consists of only pure protein and does not contain the macro-nutrients that are found in muscle meat, organs and glands.
No collagen powder (bovine, porcine or marine) is eligible for organic status due to the processing it undergoes, so if you see it stated on any product know that it's just marketing hype.
What makes the collagen halal is not the method of cattle slaughter, but the principle of Istihalah: If a prohibited food undergoes a transformation that changes its properties or attributes to the point that it becomes a different product, it is no longer forbidden.
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Tuesday, 4 June 2019 | Christopher
Getting the results expected. Also like that if states where the source material is made. Liad of other products I looked into have no information on how of where the product came from.
Tuesday, 2 April 2019 | Samuel
The collagen hydrolysate seemed really good quality. Was definitely not rancid like some people have said about other collagen products. I noticed a difference in my skin whilst taking this product. I am about to order my second bag.