Hearthy Foods is the pioneer of halal collagen. Hearthy Collagen is the leading seller of premium halal collagen.
Hearthy Collagen is excellent at instantly dissolving and has an invisible taste that leaves your drink or food to remain unflavored.
The oral consumption of Hearthy Collagen may provide numerous health benefits.
|Beauty||5-10 g/day 3 months||Increase hydration, firmness, and elasticity of the skin||In vitro and in vivo studies|
|Joints||10 g/day, 4 to 6 months||Help to maintain the structure and functionality of joints||In vitro and in vivo studies|
|Bone Health||5-10 g/day, 6 to 12 months||Support bone mineral density and strengthens the bone||In vitro and in vivo studies|
|Satiety||15 g/day||Reduce the calorie intake in subsequent meals||In vivo study|
Hearthy Collagen Features:
- Pure Protein
- High digestible
- All-natural (clean label)
- Free from sugar, fat, cholesterol, carbohydrates
- Free additives and preservatives
- Free from artificial colors, flavors, and sweeteners
Hearthy Collagen has Type I and Type III. Type I is the most common collagen found in the connective tissue (skin, bones, and tendons). Type III collagen is present in your skin. It reduces as we age. Young person skin man contains up to 50% of type III collagen, but as we age this reduces to 5-10%. Hearthy Collagen is halal bovine sourced collagen.
Did you know?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. It accounts for 30% of the body's protein. More than twenty different types of collagen have been identified as the key building blocks that provide support and structure to our bodies. Collagen is present in all connective tissues such as skin, bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and blood vessels. Collagen plays a crucial role in supporting and connecting everything together. Collagen is the building block of our body.
Collagen peptides, which are also known as collagen hydrolysate or hydrolyzed collagen, are a type of highly digestible protein. A significant number of clinical studies show the benefit of collagen peptides in relation to the skin, bones, and joints, weight management and sports nutrition.