Grass-Fed Beef Collagen Hydrolyzed (32oz) (2lbs) Includes Type 1 and 3 collagen
Collagen comprises 30% of our bodies’ total protein and found in our skin, bone, tendons, ligaments, muscles and cartilage. Why is collagen so important? It's the main component of all our connective tissue, giving our skin its elasticity and helping to hold the body together. By our mid-20s, however, collagen production in our bodies is already in decline, on average 1% per year. The result for many include wrinkles, sagging skin, painful joints, osteoporosis, inflammation, and weak hair and teeth. Collagen helps reduce the decline with essential amino acids that trigger the body to produce more collagen.
Gelatin versus Collagen hydrolysate? Collagen hydrolysate is purified through a process that breaks it down into smaller molecules, thereby reducing its ability to gel. Unlike gelatin, which only dissolves in hot water, collagen hydrolysate will dissolve in cold water and is more easily digestible for optimal benefits. Zint Collagen is sourced from Argentine, Brazilian and Australian farming partners who are dedicated to humane, grass-fed, free-range farming.
Grass-Fed Beef Collagen Hydrolyzed
Serving Size: 2 Tbsp (12 g)
|*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
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Suggested Use: Blend 2 Tbsp. of Zint Collagen into your favorite beverage or recipe twice per day. Zint Collagen can be added to your favorite smoothie or even added to tea or food toppings! We recommend one serving in the morning and one in the evening. Mix thoroughly until completely dissolved.
Other Ingredients Grass fed, pasture raised, bovine hide collagen peptides.
Allergy Information: Zint is produced in a Gelatin/Collagen only plant and is wheat-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, peanut-free, tree nut-free soy-free.
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Nail And Hair Quality
- Improving Skin
- Increasing Joint Mobility
- Wrinkled Skin
- Low Energy
- Anti-aging Symptoms Of Weak Joints
- Hair Loss
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Questions and answers:
Question: Can I get collagen from food?
- A: Our body naturally makes collagen from the foods we eat, but it produces less as we get older. A decrease in collagen can result in loss of skin elasticity and structure throughout the body such as wrinkles, hair loss and joint mobility. Eating fresh foods such as bell peppers, fish, sweet potatoes, beet, tomatoes and lean turkey help produce collagen in the body. Unfortunately with the American diet consumption at it's highest for processed foods collagen is reduced. An abundance of processed foods will only accelerate insufficient amounts of collagen being produced in the body. Supplementing with collagen powder ensures we are getting adequate amounts for healthy joints, skin, hair and connective tissue support. Seacoast chooses Z!nt as an excellent source of collagen due to it's clean grass-fed beef source. Why hydrolyslate? The collagen is purified through a process that breaks it down into smaller molecules. The result of this process makes each scoop dissolve easily in cold water making it more digestible for optimal benefits.