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Collagen Peptides - Unflavored


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  • Collagen Peptides is the same product as Beef Protein -- Same Formula, New Name
  • Beef Collagen Peptides from grass-fed cows
  • Supports healthy skin, joints, hair & digestive system
  • Flavored & sweetened using only naturally derived ingredients
  • Per serving: 70 Calories, 18g Protein, 0g Fat
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  • The Why

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Grass-fed Collagen Peptides provide a mixture of key amino acids to support internal and external health as a convenient addition to the diet. Collagen is a fundamental component of healthy bones, tendons, ligaments and skin. The short chains of amino acids that form collagen, called peptides, are rich sources of amino acids - especially glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline - which are particularly well-suited to help maintain health skin, digestive lining, fingernails, hair and joint tissues†.

This non-GMO formula contains collagen peptides derived from grass-fed cows and is gluten-free, dairy-free and lactose-free. It is naturally flavored and sweetened with stevia and monk fruit extract - it contains no aspartame, no sucralose, no Ace-K, no synthetic colors and no synthetic flavors. 

†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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