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Australian Made Collagen Peptide Powder Supplements

Collagen peptides are the foundation of healthy skin, hair, nails, bone and joint support, and more. Consuming collagen peptides daily provides our bodies with the building blocks needed to maintain these key functions and keep us looking our best.

The Benefits of Hydrolysed Bovine Collagen Peptides

Supplementing with collagen peptides has been shown to improve skin elasticity and hydration, reduce wrinkles and fine lines, strengthen hair and nails, and support joint health. Peptides are also easily absorbed by the body and are a highly bioavailable source of protein. In other words, they are an efficient way to ensure that our bodies get the nutrients they need to perform at their best. For all these reasons, collagen peptides are an excellent addition to any daily wellness routine.


What are collagen peptides?

Collagen peptides are a type of protein that is naturally found in the body. They are responsible for helping to maintain the health and integrity of skin, hair, nails, and other connective tissues.

What are collagen peptides good for?

Yes, collagen peptides are good for you. They have been shown to improve joint health, reduce inflammation, and promote skin health.

What is the difference between collagen and collagen peptides?

Collagen peptides are shorter chains of amino acids that make up collagen. They are easier for the body to absorb and have been shown to be more effective in promoting collagen production.

Can collagen peptides improve sleep?

Yes, research show that glycine can help. A randomised, placebo clinical trial published in Sleep and Biological Rhythms, which showed that participants who took 3 grams of glycine before sleep at night were significantly clearer headed in the morning than those who took a placebo.

Can collagen peptides promote bone health?

About 50 percent of bone is made up of protein, and the majority of it is collagen. Lack of collagen rich foods in the western diet such as bone broth, tripe and chicken skins have caused a collagen deficiency. Studies have also shown that after a year of daily supplementation bone mineral density and blood biomarkers that indicate bone formation measurably increased.

Written By:

Bryan Meggitt (BMedSc. GCrtMedSc.)
Co-Founder / Blood Scientist | CEN Nutrition

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