What is the difference between Marine Collagen Peptides and Collagen Peptides?

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The difference between our Marine Collagen Peptides and grass-fed Collagen Peptides is the collagen type and sourcing. 

Our Collagen Peptides is a combination of bovine (beef) collagen type 1 and 3 and is sourced from cow hides. And marine (fish) collagen is made from fish skin and scales sourced from wild-caught Alaskan cod and contains primarily type 1 collagen. 

Which collagen should I buy? 

Whether you choose bovine collagen or marine collagen, you really can’t go wrong. The deciding factor comes down to your personal preferences, dietary restrictions, and health concerns, like allergies.

Marine Collagen Peptides is the perfect choice for pescatarians or people who avoid beef products. Its beneficial effects on the skin also make it ideal for those with an interest in enhanced beauty and anti-aging.

Collagen Peptides has two types of collagen that play a major role in the growth and repair of bones, tendons, ligaments, and skin. Bovine collagen is also a great choice if you have shellfish allergies and are unable to take marine collagen for that reason.

To learn more about the differences between Collagen Peptides and Marine Collagen, we recommend reading this blog post: "Bovine vs. Marine Collagen: Which Should YOU be Taking?

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