Bovine Collagen (456g)
- 10 grams per serving
- 99% pure bovine collagen
- faster absorption
- no fillers, or chemicals, gluten-free
- a sealed jar with 456 grams of bovine collagen peptides and 10 gram scoop
JOOSH’s Bovine Collagen:
- flavorless with no foul odor
- mixes easily in any food or liquid for convenient consumption
- allergen-free (no dairy, wheat, eggs, soy, shellfish, fish, tree nuts, or peanuts)
- sourced from a halal and kosher-certified facility
- shipped to you from temperature-controlled facility
Bovine Collagen (456g)
Why take Bovine Collagen Peptides?
- Reduces fine lines and makes skin appear plump and smooth*
- Strengthens hair by revitalizing healthy growth and preventing breakage*
- Regenerates joints and muscles for an active lifestyle*
- Supports bone and muscular health*
- Supports optimal gut health to improve immunity*
- Maintains the function and structure of bones, muscles, and organs*
- Supports healthy metabolism to aid in energy production, calorie burning, and weight loss*
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We provide health-conscious adults access to high-quality cellular health supplements and solutions so they can age in style, looking and feeling great!
Our Bovine Collagen is a hydrolyzed type 1 and type 3 collagen sourced from grass-fed cows, free from additives. It is manufactured following the ISO 9001 and HACCP standards in a halal and kosher-certified facility. It is one of the highest quality bovine collagen products available and is third-party lab tested in the USA.
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Deep dive on Collagen
What role do collagen peptides play in the body?
Collagen gives structure to our skin, muscles, ligaments, tendons, joints, organs, and gut. Our body loses approximately 1% collagen per year after the age of 18. This means by the age of 60, we have lost over 40% of collagen from our body. Collagen helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles, supports active joints, promotes gut health and more. Collagen peptides are made of amino acids glycine, hydroxyproline, and proline. It is the main constituent of the fiber-network layer of our skin, giving it strength and elasticity.
Bovine Collagen is known to have a high concentration of type 1 and 3 peptides:
- Type 1 collagen makes up over 90% of the collagen within our bodies. It is found in connective tissues: skin, tendons, blood vessels, heart, lungs as well as bones and teeth
- Type 3 is mainly found in blood vessels and muscles
Where does collagen come from?
JOOSH’s Bovine Collagen is sourced from grass-fed cows.
Our body naturally produces collagen, but it is also found in foods like chicken, fish, bone broth, berries, and red and yellow vegetables. The collagen peptides available through supplementation come from the following sources:
- Fish (marine) – sourced from the scales, skin, bones, and fins of fresh or saltwater fish
- Cow (bovine) – sourced from skin, bones, or tendons of cows
- Chicken – sourced from breast bone, skin or chicken feet
- Eggshell Membrane – sourced from eggs
Each serves a similar purpose, but with different amino acid profiles.
Is Collagen kosher, halal, or vegan?
Collagen products are not manufactured according to kosher or halal standards. They are not vegan-friendly. Please note that our products contain no additives, preservatives, or artificial colors and are considered GMO-free, soy-free, and gluten-free.
How much collagen should I take?
1 scoop (10 grams) per day is considered sufficient and safe.
Studies have shown that 2.5 to 15 grams per day of collagen peptides are recommended for skin health. For joint health, studies show that 10 grams per day was sufficient to provide pain relief and support joint motion. For muscle mass and strength, 15 grams per day is considered sufficient.
In any case, do not take more than 2 scoops a day or as recommended by a healthcare professional.
How does collagen taste?
There is no taste to collagen if taken in powder form.
When will I see the results of collagen supplementation?
Results are based on individual circumstances e.g. diet, exercise, and lifestyle. We have observed a difference in skin and joint health within 6-9 months when combined with healthy diet and exercise.
Are there any side effects of taking collagen?
We believe in taking everything in moderation. By consuming excess collagen – more than what your body can absorb daily – you could observe excess gas, constipation, and/or nausea. This is typical when taking excess protein without fiber.
Bovine collagen is the main ingredient in the gelatin of measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines. If you have had an allergic reaction to these vaccines, please consult with a healthcare professional prior to taking collagen supplements.
What’s the best way to consume collagen?
Hydrolyzed collagen is broken down into smaller chains of peptides, which makes it very easy for the body to absorb. You can mix hydrolyzed bovine collagen powder into most foods such as baked goods, soups, smoothies, water, or coffee without impacting its bioavailability or disrupting the texture and flavor of food or beverages.
When’s the best time to take collagen?
There is no research to support taking collagen at any specific time of day. We recommend taking bovine collagen whenever it’s most convenient for you.
Are there any additives in collagen supplements?
No, there are no additives, preservatives, or artificial colors. Our Bovine Collagen product is pure and considered GMO-free, gluten-free, and allergen-free (no dairy, wheat, eggs, soy, shellfish, fish, tree nuts, or peanuts).
How should I store collagen?
We recommend storing your supplements in a cool, dry, and light-protected area.
How long does the product last after opening?
An expiry date is printed on the jar or bottle. We recommend storing your supplements in a cool, dry and light-protected area.
Collagen interactions with other substances
Does taking collagen with other medications pose a risk?
We are not aware of any issues with taking bovine collagen with other medications. As always, please consult with a healthcare professional first to ensure collagen is safe for you.
Are there any other supplements that complement collagen?
The experimentation with anti-aging supplements continues to expand through research and testing. We are continually decrypting medical data, clinical studies, and personally testing compounds to unlock the benefits we believe have the power to change our perception of aging and longevity.
Studies show that combining vitamins A, C and zinc with collagen is much more effective at improving the aging of the skin, visibly reducing wrinkles and pores, and increasing elasticity. Vitamin C specifically is essential in the production of collagen. In addition to these, we highly recommend exercise and a healthy diet as a complement to collagen supplementation.
Please consult with a healthcare professional first to ensure taking collagen with other vitamins is safe for you.
*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.