Collagen Protein Powder Hydrolysed (Bovine)

• Easily absorbed bioavailable source of amino acids and collagen.

• Provides 90% high protein content.

• Has a key role in skin, joint, hair and muscle health.

 

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What is Hydrolysed Collagen Protein Powder

Peak Supps Hydrolysed Collagen Protein Powder is highly potent and sourced from bovine, resulting in an impressive 90% protein content. It is fairly neutral in appearance and taste and can be taken with hot or cold liquids, shakes, porridge or meals.

Our Collagen Peptide Protein is a rich source of bioavailable amino acids, glycine and proline. These aminos are often found in lower amounts in other sources, such as whey or milk protein. It is sourced from Brazil & Europe and is ideal for individuals looking for a quality protein source.

Collagen makes up joints, hair skin and nails, it is a naturally occurring protein. It plays a key function in skin elasticity, muscle strength and healthy hair. Collagen provides support for the growth and repair of cartilage tissue, which makes it ideal for those suffering from injuries.

Benefits of Hydrolysed Collagen Protein Powder:

  • Easily absorbed bioavailable source of amino acids and collagen.
  • Provides 90% high protein content.
  • Has a key role in skin, joint, hair and muscle health.
  • Neutral in taste, can be added to a variety of foods/liquids.
  • Food grade, sourced from Europe and Brazil.

Animal Feed Statement

Hydrolysed Bovine Collagen uses cattle that are primarily grass fed and pature-raised. The Brazilian climate and standard agricultural methods are such that pasture-raising is the most common practice. However, the cattle may be fed some supplementary feed when being moved from the pasture. Hydrolysed Bovine Collagen is free of hormones and antibiotics.

Who is Hydrolysed Collagen Protein Powder suitable for?

Peak Supps Hydrolysed Collagen Protein Powder is suitable for those looking for a high-quality food to add to their diet. They are suitable for the general public and athletes.

If you’re currently taking medication, we would recommend checking with a doctor or medical professional before adding this to your diet.

Featured in our blog post: Whey too much! The three different types of Protein.

Recommended Intake

As a food we recommend 10g (4 full scoops) in 200-250ml of water or milk (add flavouring of your choice to mask taste if preferable). Shake well and consume.

Best taken 1-2 times daily 30 min before or after exercise.
Can also be taken throughout the day to increase your daily protein intake

Can be added to smoothies, soups, porridge, shakes, hot beverages such as coffee or tea and cold beverages.

Nutritional Information

Per 100g of powder
Energy: 360Kcal
Energy: 1530 kJ
Protein: 90g
Fat: 0g
- of which saturates: 0g
Carbohydrates: 0g
- of which sugars: 0g
Fibre: 0g
Salt: 1.43g

Per 10g Serving of powder
Energy: 36Kcal
Energy: 1535kJ
Protein: 9g
Fat: 0g
- of which saturates: 0g
Carbohydrates: 0g
- of which sugars: 0g
Fibre: 0g
Salt: 0.43g

Typical Amino Acid Profile - Per 100g of Proteins
Essential Amino Acids (EAA’s)
Leucine – 2.9g
Isoleucine – 1.5g
Valine – 2.4g
Phenylalanine – 2.1g
Lysine – 1.2g
Methionine – 0.6g
Threonine – 1.9g

Non Essential Amino Acids
Alanine – 8.1g
Arginine – 8.4g
Aspartic acid – 6.6g
Glutamic acid – 12.4g
Glycine – 20.6g
Histidine – 0.8g
Hydroxylysine - 1.2g
Hydroxyproline - 11.4g
Proline – 11.5g
Serine – 3.4g
Tyrosine – 0.5g

Total amount of Essential Amino acids per 100g (EAA's) = 12.6g
Total amount of Branched chain amino acids per 100g (BCAA's) = 6.8g

Ingredients

Collagen Hydrolysed Peptides (90% Protein) - Type 1.

*NOT Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

Allergens

None.

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