Chocolate Collagen Peptides 13.5 oz
Collagen for your wellness goals. Chocolate for your taste buds. Craving a real treat? Scoop up our Chocolate Collagen Peptides, a decadent pairing with benefits you’ll always crave. Just scoop, stir into your favorite beverage or recipe & enjoy.
- Wellness Benefits: 20g of grass-fed, pasture-raised collagen helps support healthy hair, skin, nails and joints.**
- No Added Sugar: Made with alkalized cocoa powder and a touch of stevia, Chocolate Collagen Peptides contains 0g of added sugar.^^
Dietary Compliant: Not only is this flavored collagen made without gluten, dairy or soy, but it's also paleo and keto friendly.
^^ Not a low-calorie food. See nutrition information for sugar and calorie content.
Collagen Peptides (from bovine), alkalized cocoa, natural flavors, sea salt, stevia leaf Reb M.
Simply add 1-2 scoops to your favorite beverage or recipe, stir & enjoy. For best results, mix when adding to hot beverages and shake when adding to cold.
What Is Chocolate Collagen?
Our Chocolate Collagen Peptides is made for those seeking the same benefits as our unflavored, odorless Collagen Peptides, but with an additional flavor boost. Made with natural cocoa powder and a touch of stevia, Chocolate Collagen Peptides contains 0g added sugar and adds a chocolate boost to your favorite scoop.
How Do You Use Chocolate Collagen Peptides?
Designed to complement your daily wellness routine, Chocolate Collagen Peptides is incredibly easy to use. Simply add 1-2 scoops to your favorite beverage and mix. Want to start adding our chocolate collagen powder to recipes? Try our Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie for breakfast!
What Types Of Collagen Are In Our Collagen Peptides?
Our celebrity-loved collagen powder is Types I and III. Type I is the most prevalent type of collagen in the body. This is the type of collagen supplement you’re probably thinking about if you’re interested in preserving the levels of collagen in your skin, hair or nails. But Type I collagen isn’t just a beauty-related substance. It’s also a major component of the tendons, organs and bones. Type III is generally found in reticular fibers, such as in the bone marrow. It’s usually found alongside Type I collagen in the body.
How Much Collagen Should You Take Every Day?
While we typically recommend taking 10-20g of collagen per day, we also recognize everyone’s lifestyle and wellness goals are different. That's why we created our Collagen Calculator™ — to help you find your perfect serving size based on age, sex, weight and protein diet.