This might gross you out! Source Matters!

Updated: Oct 24

Bovine, fish, and all the other collagens on the market don't always say what they are and how they get their collagen. I'm going to tell you some news that might make you sick!


The source of collagen is 100% important when it comes to choosing a collagen.


🚫BUYER BEWARE! ⚠


Most collagen is ground-up fish, pig, and/or cow parts, such as the anus, the trachea, the snouts, eyelids, and hooves. and these parts act as sponges for contaminants and heavy metals. They are the leftovers swept onto the floor, gathered up, and packaged as a good source of collagen. NO!


Consuming cheap powdered collagen and even liquid versions of these supplements could lead to heavy metal contamination.


Many dermatologists and consumer groups are concerned that ground-up hooves, hides, and nerve tissues from cows carry diseases like bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad cow disease.


The FDA is not able to closely regulate these companies that market cheap powdered or liquid collagen in the big box stores and therefore can neither guarantee efficacy nor long-term safety.


Purchasing bovine collagen from countries outside of the USA comes with additionally high inherent risk as standards are grossly lacking in third world markets.


ONLY our liquid collagen/ha matrix comes from a SINGLE SOURCE, is non-GMO and antibiotic / hormone-free, and is bio-optimized for rapid absorption. It is certified by 3 third-party auditors, NPA, NSF and is cGMP compliant as per the FDA guidelines (which are not only met but exceeded). The product is hydrolyzed, meaning it is broken down to peptides that your body can absorb. And most importantly, the source of chicken sternum is derived from a by-product of humanely-treated chickens from the world’s most reputable and regulated farms.


You get what you pay for. Pass along this knowledge because the $122 million dollar collagen industry is growing by 30% year over year and the majority of the public is completely unaware of the risks associated with cheap bovine, porcine and marine-derived collagen.


Your body deserves the BEST.

Make sure to check out this Instagram Post! This is only 2nd in the 7 reasons why you need to know what you're buying! https://www.instagram.com/p/CgAYn4lOhd1/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=


Ready to ditch your old collagen and use something that is safe, works, and has credible and reliable sources? Yes, that's what I thought! Click here

4 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All