Are Collagen Peptides Vegan or Vegetarian-friendly?

Hi there Veggie lover! 🥗🥬 

Our Collagen Peptides are sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine hides, therefore, it's not vegan or vegetarian.

Do vegans lack collagen?

If you don't eat meat or animal products, you can still increase your collagen production. A smart way for vegetarians and vegans to support collagen production is to eat fruits and vegetables plentiful in collagen-boosting nutrients like vitamin C.

I am a Vegan and want to get all the benefits of Collagen Type I, II and III. What can you recommend? 

Collagen (all types) is an animal protein. If you are open to consuming fish products, we do offer sustainable marine-source collagen that upcycles fishery waste (skin and scales) and converts it to a 99% pure type I collagen protein powder that mixes easily into both hot and cold beverages without adding any fishy smell or taste.

You can learn more about our Marine Collagen and how it compares to traditional bovine source collagen on our blog here: "Bovine vs. Marine Collagen: Which should you be taking?"


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