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A snack that just satisfies your hunger is no longer enough. The demand for products to have more than one benefit—be it health, convenience, or beauty—is growing. The multi-billion market of collagen products is expected to grow at a rate of 6.5% per year worldwide.

What is collagen? Why is it important?

Let’s get into the nitty-gritty. First thing to know about collagen is that it’s one of the most abundant proteins in your body. It’s in your cartilage, tendons, ligaments and other membranes that provide support for your bones and muscles—especially your joints.

Our skin is also full of collagen. When we’re young, our collagen fibers are stronger and densely packed together, which gives us the sought-after J-Lo glow and tight skin that we all want. As time goes on and we age, the fibers break down and spread out, leading to fine lines and wrinkles, as well as weakened joints.

This is where injections have come into play in recent years. Some are collagen fillers, and some are collagen stimulators, however these can be very expensive and have a number of potential side effects. Boosting collagen in your system through foods and other supplements is a favorable alternative for those who want to experience the benefits of the protein without the invasiveness of an injection.

Potential Benefits of Collagen

So, what’s all the buzz about? Collagen’s most popularly touted benefits:

  • Healthy strong hair and nails
  • Improved skin elasticity
  • Prevents sign of aging
  • Supports bones & joints
  • Increased athletic performance

The most well-known form of collagen we see today is in powdered peptides that can be added to beverages and meals. This form of collagen has been hydrolyzed a.k.a. broken down into smaller particles for easier digestion to ensure that our bodies get maximum absorption and benefits. A majority of hydrolyzed collagen comes from the hides and connective tissues of cows that go through a series of treatments that turn them into a consumable powder. We’ve seen it most often added to morning coffee, smoothies, and oatmeal. But the industry is evolving to include collagen in products for added health and beauty benefits.


Get Your Glow on with These Collagen-infused Snacks


Collagen Popcorn

Not only does it taste good, but is dairy-free, gluten-free, and made without any preservatives or artificial flavors. Plus, no trans fat and only 47 calories per cup, this will be your new go-to healthy snack.


Collagen Protein Bars

Get your daily dose of collagen and protein on-the-go with these Bulletproof protein bars. Honestly, the flavor selection might be our favorite part: Apple Pie, Fudge Brownie, and Chocolate Chip Cookie, just to name a few.


Collagen Water

Drinking water just got way more fun. We already know the benefits of adequate hydration, but now with the added 10g of collagen… yeah, we’re going to need this by the case please.


Collagen Protein Oats

A twist on your morning oatmeal with 3.5g of collagen per cup, plus a host of other superfoods and organic ingredients.


Beauty Bites with Collagen

Collagen peptides + organic superfoods make up this sweet and salty super snack.


Collagen Creamer

Give your morning cup of joe a boost with this collagen peptide creamer.


Matcha Latte with Collagen

This product is a matcha made in heaven with 10g of collagen on top of the existing benefits of green tea like improved brain function, lower cholesterol, blood sugar regulation, fat burning and more.

Safe to say we’ve hopped on the collagen bandwagon, and we think you should too.