Prebiotic Collagen Protein

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The 2-phase natural formula is developed to adapt to the unique needs of each digestive tract and gut microbiota. This way, it can help provide immediate relief from digestive discomfort while also working on restoring gut integrity for long-lasting results.  

Our Organic Prebiotic Blend supports the digestive system and overall health by populating the gut with carefully-selected good bacteria that can keep harmful bacteria and yeast from overgrowing.

This helps eliminate bloating, gas, pains and other digestive discomforts by improving digestion and nutrient absorption, while also promoting healthy and steady weight loss.


Read the most frequently asked questions about the product.

We recommend having one scoop daily, depending on daily dietary requirements and lifestyle.

If you participate in daily physical activity, we encourage you to have two scoops to assist with muscle recovery.

Any cold liquid. Although collagen peptides can withstand heat, we’d recommend sticking to cold beverages in case the heat denatures some of their beneficial properties.

As it’s highly versatile, you can take it at any time that works best works for you. Here are some suggestions:

✅ In the morning to promote satiety and reduce sugar cravings
✅ Before exercise for increased strength and performance
✅ After exercise for faster recovery
✅ Before bed for improved sleep quality

Each serve (15g) contains approximately 49 calories full of healthy servings of protein, carbohydrates and dietary fibre.

Each serving of Prebiotic Collagen Protein contains a high dose of two powerful prebiotics: Organic sprouted and fermented golden pea fibre and Organic chicory root.

Each serve (15g) of Prebiotic Collagen Protein provides you with 11.1g of high-quality, bioavailable collagen protein.

Each serving (15g) of Prebiotic Collagen Protein contains a small amount of 0.2g of sugar coming from natural sources.

Each serving (15g) of Prebiotic Collagen Protein contains 11.1g of protein, 2.3g of carbohydrates and 0g of fat.

The simple answer here is no. Collagen peptides and gelatin are actually not one and the same. Gelatin is simply a form of cooked collagen. True, they are both proteins, and as such are often closely associated due to their similar benefits. For example, both are beneficial in improving skin texture and digestion while alleviating joint pain. And while both come from our bones, dermis, and connective tissues, they are not the same.

Collagen shares all the benefits of whey protein but carries many bonus benefits to which whey fails to deliver. In this sense, collagen is the most superior form of protein and goes above and beyond that of any whey or regular protein.

For one, Collagen Peptides repair the gut and regulate metabolism through hormone balancing. Collagen peptides also contain important amino acids in highly concentrated amounts. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and Collagen Peptides contain three very significant ones; Proline, Hydroxyproline and Glycine.

The amino acids found in Collagen Peptides also share similar composition to those that make up Creatine. Creatine has been studied for years and has shown to increase nutrient delivery and muscle synthesis and recovery. Due to the collagen being hydrolysed, it is also much more potent and effective at delivering these amino acids to the body rather than whey which is rather sluggish at this process.

Collagen is also more anti-inflammatory than Whey Protein. Due to its high lactose and dairy content, whey protein is very hard to digest and causes a raft of digestive issues such as bloating, nausea, diarrhea, loose stools and flatulence. Collagen Peptides, on the other hand, soothes, nourishes and repairs the gut. Furthermore, collagen is an extracellular substance so once absorbed in the body, it immediately begins repairing and protecting your cells.

While Bone Broth does contain collagen and many of the amino acids which make up collagen, it does not contain a concentrated punch like what you would find in a collagen peptides supplement. However, Bone Broth does contain other nutrients which collagen does not which makes it the perfect partner in crime. For example, it contains gelatin, proline and many other vital nutrients.

Prebiotic Collagen Protein is bovine collagen.

Collagen is an excellent source of these amino acids: proline, glycine, glutamine and arginine, but it does not contain tryptophan or 5-htp. These two amino acids (tryptophan and 5-htp) are building blocks (pre-cursors) for serotonin (an amino acid that your body naturally produces and uses it to produce serotonin).

As collagen will not be your only source of protein (different foods in your diet will contain different proteins), collagen will not affect your production of serotonin. On the other hand, collagen assists our body to heal the intestinal tract and gut lining, which in turn enable the body to rejuvenate and produce healthy levels of hormones and endorphins as intended.

Chicory Root is a prebiotic fibre and it is not high fructose corn syrup, which is made from highly processed GMO corn.

The hydrolyzed collagen peptides (derived from bovine/ox) contained in our Prebiotic Collagen Protein are Halal.

However, when the raw materials that make up our Prebiotic Collagen Protein are manufactured at our facility, this facility isn't Halal-Certified.

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What Is It? 

Prebiotic Collagen Protein supplies your body with a highly concentrated amount of amino acids such as glycine, proline, and lysine which are needed by your body to regulate cell function and build connective tissue structures. Our hydrolyzed collagen protein is extremely bioactive, containing over 90% of pure protein which is quick and easy to digest.

The high levels of glycine and other amino acids can help heal your gut lining, boost energy production and help support weight loss. Our Prebiotic Collagen Protein is also much easier to digest than other protein types. Prebiotics are different types of special fibres that encourage beneficial species of gut flora to grow. Our prebiotic blend helps to maintain a healthy intestinal environment and may assist with preventing bloating and other digestive discomforts while supporting the proper digestion of food.

What Are The Top 5 Benefits of Collagen?

When digested, collagen peptides attach to fibroblast cells which are responsible for synthesizing collagen in the body. These are the most common cells which make up the connective tissue in the skin. Collagen peptides bring about the production and restructuring of new collagen by stimulating the fibroblast cells.

A randomized, double-blind placebo trial found that collagen hydrolysate, taken over an 8-week period, significantly improved skin conditions such as moisture, elasticity, wrinkles, and roughness.

Two collagen compounds were used, one with a higher and one with a lower content of bioactive collagen peptides. The higher content of collagen resulted in the most noticeable improvement in facial skin conditions, and both collagen formulations registered improvements over the placebo group. This study, performed on 69 women between the ages of 35 and 55, quite remarkably showed the highest statistical skin elasticity level improvement in most elderly women tested.

Joint problems can affect us all, whether we are experienced athletes, weekend warriors, or simply working hard at jobs that don’t supply much flexibility. Running around all day or being confined to a single place of work can exert the same effect of painful inflammation and irritation in the joints, especially in the load-bearing knee area.

Simple morning stiffness is a fact of ageing, and in most cases, it’s fine to continue exercising as this doesn’t accelerate the rate of osteoarthritic development. So, what is the solution to provide relief while increasing the chances for improved joint condition and performance?

Well, a 24-week research study provides insight into how regular inputs of collagen hydrolysate (peptides) can exert a beneficial effect on cartilage tissue. Working with two athlete groups; the first group receiving daily collagen supplements and the second group placebo-controlled, the study assessed five different parameters relating to doing pain. The results showed that through assessment of joint pain while walking, standing, running, changing direction, and resting, were skewed towards a decrease in pain for the athletes who had consumed the collagen supplements. This indicates, most promisingly, that collagen may help slow down joint pain and help relieve the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.

Leaky gut and various other gut syndromes allow for the build-up of toxins and harmful bacteria to pass through the intestine and enter the bloodstream, leading to inflammation and an array of autoimmune conditions. As collagen helps the body form connective tissue and works to repair and strengthen the lining of the gut, it can be beneficial in treating these conditions.

Thanks to its high concentration of glycine, collagen can help to reduce acid reflux and its associated symptoms, allowing the body to produce more stomach acid and aid in digestion.

Further evidence also proves it's effective in strengthening the intestinal barrier of the digestive tract. The study found that high concentrations of amino acids (coming from collagen) reduced inflammation and held numerous other protective effects against Irritable Bowel Disease.

Collagen may help in lowering your cholesterol levels and preventing heart disease. The process of atherosclerosis, in which cholesterol accumulates on the arterial walls to narrow blood flow and block heart functioning, has been problematic for researchers in that the mechanisms of how to offset arterial hardening are not well understood.

Proteins are instrumental in the repair and growth cycle that follows muscle ‘damage’ during the course of structured training. Just as protein powders can be implemented at the right moment to maximize muscle recovery and regeneration, so can collagen, a protein, exert marked effects.

A study conducted on elderly sarcopenic men, those with a degenerative loss of skeletal muscle mass and quality, showed that collagen peptide supplementation in combination with resistance training actually improved body muscle composition and overall strength, while decreasing fat mass. Results were compared with a placebo group to validate outcomes. Another research study revealed that the lack of collagen VI can, in fact, be deleterious to the potential for muscle regeneration, reducing the capability of your cells to undertake renewal following periods of injury. Equally, the lack of collagen availability due to certain genetic mutations leads directly to muscle atrophy disorders.

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