Hydrolyzed Collagen
Hydrolyzed Collagen
Hydrolyzed Collagen

Hydrolyzed Collagen

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Green Foods Hydrolyzed Collagen is incredible, high-quality collagen that has been broken down into short peptide chains (that’s the hydrolyzation process) so that it’s easier for the body to absorb and utilize. The quicker your body can avail itself of the collagen, the faster you may reap the benefits.

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What makes hydrolyzed collagen so special?

While all collagen is nutritionally valuable, hydrolyzed collagen has been broken down into small molecules that are markedly easier for your body to absorb. This rapid uptake means more results in less time and a more powerful product overall.

What is the difference between collagen, gelatin and hydrolyzed collagen?

Collagen is the protein found in skin, connective tissue and bones. Gelatin is made by cooking down collagen. Hydrolyzed collagen takes that cooking process one step further, breaking up the proteins into small pieces that dissolve easier and absorb better.

Are there any side effects to hydrolyzed collagen?

There are no significant side effects to hydrolyzed collagen. However, some people experience minor stomach upsets and individuals who are sensitive to bovine protein may also find that they’re sensitive to collagen.

Will Green Foods Hydrolyzed Collagen congeal my drink?

Collagen is known for its gelatinous texture, but hydrolyzed collagen won’t firm up liquids in the same manner. Feel free to mix your Green Foods Hydrolyzed Collagen with anything from coffee to green juice, and your liquid will remain a liquid.

Can’t I just eat more meat?

You can get protein from meat, but meat proteins and collagen proteins are different. Collagen is made by boiling beef bones to extract vital nutrients that are otherwise virtually inaccessible. Your best bet? Maintaining a balanced diet and supplementing your normal protein consumption with a daily dose of Green Foods Hydrolyzed Collagen.

What is Green Foods Hydrolyzed Collagen?

Collagen, roughly meaning “something that produces glue,” is the primary structural protein found in our skin and other connective tissues. In essence, it’s what holds our bodies together, and it’s incredibly abundant; collagen makes up a whopping 30 percent of our total cache of protein and accounts for 30 percent of our bones, 60 percent of our cartilage, up to 80 percent of our skin, 80 percent of our tendons and 90 percent of the sclera (also know as the whites of your eyes). Because of the proliferation of collagen within our bodies, it’s almost impossible to name an organ, system or function that isn’t affected when you suffer from collagen insufficiency.

Ideally, your body is making collagen every day, but the aging process leads to a natural decrease in collagen production and that can create some obvious deficits.

Green Foods Hydrolyzed Collagen may help:

How to Use Green Foods Hydrolyzed Collagen

Green Foods Hydrolyzed Collagen May Be Used To:

• Heal Leaky Gut: The current popularity of bone broth is largely due to the link between collagen and improved digestion. Many people believe that consuming collagen sends those glue-like proteins through the gastrointestinal tract where they seal gaps and allow your GI lining to heal.

• Improve Skin and Hair: Collagen contributes to skin elasticity, so when collagen levels drop, you may see a loss of moisture and more sagging, cellulite, stretch marks and wrinkles due to thinning skin. Add more collagen to your diet and you may see firmer, smoother skin and stronger hair.

• Increase Joint Mobility: Collagen helps replace the synovial fluid in and around your joints, essentially lubricating the joint, reducing friction and facilitating movement.

• Build Muscle and Fuel Metabolism: The crucial proteins in Green Foods Hydrolyzed Collagen play a vital role in increasing muscle mass. That new muscle tissue then begins to process nutrients, burn calories and support your skeleton.

• Promote Cardiac Health: One of the amino acids in collagen is proline, which zeros in on repair jobs not just in the joints but also in the arteries. Some studies also indicate that proline may help prevent arteriosclerosis by making it difficult for plaque to build up on artery walls. 

• Cleanse Your Liver: The liver is meant to cleanse your body of toxins, but when those toxins build up, they can cause damage to the liver itself. Regular consumption of collagen may help limit that damage.

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.

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