Collagen Supplement FAQs
Probably, the easiest way to simplify it is, most other protein products out there are simply providing either Amino Acids or longer chains of Amino Acids in the form of Proteins and Peptides that merely provide the building blocks that make things capable of happening. So, if you can imagine a construction site, yeah the bricks have turned up, the Peptides are directing the building, they’re the foremen directing the construction site, so the Peptides have the ability to instruct the body to induce a function and then those building blocks are required to make sure that function is possible.
Unlike Whey protein, Collagen provides the dairy-free option as well as supporting not just training goals, but also the connective tissue structures that allow us to train at our best time and time again. It is very gut-friendly.
For many, dairy, which is what whey protein originates from, can be intolerable or poorly digested, often leaving an unsettled stomach after consumption including bloating. Natural protein supplements like that of collagen provide the dairy-free option as well as supporting not just training goals, but also the connective tissue structures that allow us to train at our best time and time again.
BODYBALANCE® is a specific mixture of particular bioactive compounds. They are bioactive Collagen Peptides. BODYBALANCE® itself is made by a specific trade secret process, they make it to an exact point where they can measure the combination of Peptides and the free-flowing Amino Acids at a particular ratio with a particular molecular weight to ensure it is functioning correctly as a peptide and not just an amino acid.
No. Bodybalance Collagen is made from Bovine (cows), it is most definitely NOT vegan.
We recommend taking 1 heaped scoop in a shaker with 250mL of water post workout. You can also add it in to your smoothies or alternatively it is great in baking.
Collagen is a naturally occurring structural protein found in the connective tissues of your body. Tendons, muscles, skin, bones and ligaments all have components that include collagen as it helps to strengthen and provide structure.