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100% Collagen Peptide Powder - Unflavoured


100% BioActive Collagen Peptide powder. Made only from sustainably sourced, pasture fed & finished Australian cattle.

100% pure, no odour, no taste, mixes easily into cold water (or other liquids) Type 1 and 3 collagen.  

Free from antibiotics, hormones and glyphosate. 

GMO free

350g Net

How Much Collagen Should I have Every Day?

A typical daily dose ranges from 5 - 15g.

If you're exercising a lot and trying to put on muscle mass, or if you're waiting for a wound to heal make it 15g per day.  If you just want to maintain good gut health, start with 5g a day.

What are the Nutrients in Collagen Peptide Powder?

100% protein, no fat or carbs.

Proteins include: Glycine, Proline, Hydroxyproline, Alanine, Arginine.

Collagen Peptide Powder Serving Suggestions

As this powder is flavourless and dissolves easily into liquids, the ways to use it are limitless, but here are some ideas.

Add a tablespoon to your smoothies.  Add a teaspoon to your morning cup of tea or coffee.  Include it in your baked goods, it's not fermented, so feel free to heat it. Stir a dessertspoon into your muesli or overnight oats.  Add a dessertspoon into your yoghurt or smoothie bowls. Add a shake to your soups or stews.  Try adding a few grams to your nut butter balls.  You can make collagen pudding, or include it in your chocolate mousse.  

Benefits of Collagen Peptide Powder

Collagen peptide powder offers various benefits, supported by scientific research:

Gut health

  1. Gut Lining (home of the microbiome)
  2. digestive health

Skin health

  1. Elasticity and hydration
  2. anti-aging 

Joint health

  1. strength
  2. mobility

Bone health

  1. bone density
  2. bone strength

Muscle Mass

  1. Muscle Growth
  2. Muscle recovery

Weight Management

  1. Satiety

Improved wound healing 

Why is Collagen Essential for a Resilient Gut?

 Our guts are lined with a thin mucosal lining.  This lining is the home for our microbiome. It has the important job of allowing substances we such as  water and nutrients to pass through into our bloodstream, while keeping large, undigested or dangerous particles inside our gut.  Problems occur when our gut lining starts to fail.  Ever heard of leaky gut syndrome?  The collagen and amino acids in this powder help to boost the integrity of and feed our gut lining.

Another common gut problem is inflammation.  Whether it's an inflammatory disease or low level inflammation, this wreaks havoc on our digestive tract.  Did you know that collagen peptide powder  is easily digested and anti-inflammatory providing the building blocks that our gut lining needs to stay strong and supple.

Why Type 1 and Type 3 Collagen?

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and is a major component of connective tissues, including skin, bones, tendons, and ligaments. Type 1 and Type 3 collagen the two most common types found in the body, each serving distinct functions.

Type 1 Collagen

Type 1 collagen is the most abundant collagen in the human body.

It is composed of densely packed fibers, making it very strong and capable of providing significant tensile strength.

Type 1 collagen is primarily found in:






Blood vessel walls

Intervertebral discs

Type 1 collagen plays a crucial role in:

Maintaining the structural integrity of tissues

Providing strength and support to the skin, bones, and connective tissues

Healing wounds and repairing tissues

Supporting the structure and function of tendons and ligaments

Type 3 Collagen

Type 3 collagen is also widely distributed but is less abundant than Type 1 collagen.

It is composed of thinner and more flexible fibrils compared to Type 1 collagen.

Type 3 collagen is primarily found in:


Blood vessels

Intestinal walls





Type 3 collagen is important for:

Supporting the structure and elasticity of hollow organs and tissues that require flexibility

Maintaining the integrity of blood vessels and organs

Playing a role in the early stages of wound healing, where it is later replaced by Type 1 collagen for scar tissue formation

Differences Between Type 1 and Type 2 Collagen

Strength and Flexibility: Type 1 collagen is stronger and more rigid, providing structural support and tensile strength, whereas Type 3 collagen is more flexible and provides elasticity.

Tissue Distribution: Type 1 collagen is more prevalent in dense tissues like skin, bones, tendons, and ligaments. In contrast, Type 3 collagen is found in more flexible tissues such as blood vessels, intestines, and muscles.

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