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Primal Collective

Collagen Protein Powder - Hydrolysed, Grass-Fed, Quick Dissolving

Quick dissolving & unflavoured hydrolysed Collagen Type I & III Protein Powder.  Bovine source from pasture-raised Argentinian cattle.

454g.  30 x 15g servings per pack. Keto. Paleo. Kosher. Halal. Gluten Free.
No fillers, artificial colours, preservatives or sweeteners,  dairy, egg, sugar, corn, yeast, wheat or soy.

Here are some recipes using collagen.

  • We are Primal Collective™ an Australian brand started in 2014.  Our mission is to create a shift in modern dietary habits using the wisdom of our ancestors their food traditions. All ingredients in our product range are carefully selected. We take the time to understand where the ingredients come from to  ensure they are ethical and of sustainable origin. All purchases are backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on all our products.
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    This collagen protein is sourced from the same high quality beef collagen protein powder supplier to the most established brands: Hides of grass fed cattle from Brazil & Argentina.  Packaged in Sydney, Australia in a GMP certified facility.

    This collagen is rich in Glycine (23%) , Proline (13.7%), Hydroxyproline (12.3%) , Glutamic acid (10%), Alanine (8.4%) and Arginine (7.7%)

    Collagen can be obtained through foods like bone-broths, organ meats, crustaceans and fish stews. These foods tend to be time consuming to prepare, hard to find or not appealing to our palates.

    Suggested Use: Take 1-2 tablespoons (12 to 24g) to create a filling and delicious smoothie, hot chocolate, turmeric latte or Bulletproof Coffee. Enjoy Primal Collective™ Collagen as part of a daily routine that includes Turmeric+, Omega 3s and Ghee.

    What is Collagen?
    In latin means to produce glue. It is a rigid and stretch-resistant matrix of protein molecules made up of amino acids that provide structural support to the skin, tendons, bones and ligaments.

    Collagen can be further divided into several groups depending on the type of structures they form. There are 28 various types of collagen that have been discovered, but by far, the most common are types I through IV, with type I comprising over 90% of collagen in the human body.- Biochemistry, Collagen Synthesis (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK507709/)

    Collagen Hydrolysate vs Gelatine:
    Collagen is enzymatically processed several times to leave its peptides intact, resulting in a neutral tasting, highly available protein that doesn’t clump up or have a strong taste like gelatine.

    How is your collagen supplement made?
    Collagen as a supplement is sourced from the hides of cows or pigs. Nowadays, it is also being sourced from processed fish. However, our collagen is sourced only from the hides of grass fed beef cattle.

    A 24-Week study on the use of collagen hydrolysate as a dietary supplement showed improvement of joint pain in athletes. 

    A study published in Complementary Therapies in Medicine favourably evaluated the efficacy and safety of a food supplement made of collagen hydrolysate 1200 mg/day versus placebo during 6 months, in subjects with joint pain at the lower or upper limbs or at the lumbar spine.

    Consumption of specific collagen peptides combined with calf-strengthening exercises enhances function and reduces pain in achilles tendinitis.

    Oral ingestion of collagen hydrolysate leads to elevated levels of collagen-derived peptides in the blood. The results suggest that functional peptides can be transferred to the skin by dietary supplements of collagen.

    A 2006 medical literature review revealed that collagen hydrolysate has been shown to be absorbed intestinally and to accumulate in cartilage. These findings suggest mechanisms that might help patients affected by joint disorders such as OsteoArthritis.

    Bioactive collagen peptide consumption was found to be beneficial in prevention of UVB-induced wrinkle formation and transepidermal water loss. It improved epidermis thickness, and increased skin hydration.

    A review in the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology suggested that of oral collagen supplementation is a promising ingredient for wound healing and skin ageing.Collagen supplementation is generally safe with no reported adverse events.

    In this study, human subjects showed improvements across parameters of skin hydration, wrinkling, and elasticity after evaluations at 6 weeks and 12 weeks. None of the subjects presented adverse symptoms. These results suggest that collagen can be used as a health functional food ingredient to improve human skin hydration, elasticity, and wrinkling.


Customer Reviews

Based on 143 reviews
Dianne Stevens (Millendon, AU)
Well done

Thrilled with the Collagen I add it to my keto coffee and it really strengthens my nails .Excellent products and fast delivery

Sarah (Sydney, AU)
My favourite

My favourite collagen to use, grass fed, flavourless. Great with coffee or added to keto coconut collagen balls. Delivery on time, good packaging. It's essential for after surgery recovery.

Judica Swift (Bundaberg, AU)
Great for skin and hair

I use 2 big teaspoons of collagen every morning in my bulletproof coffee. It dissolves well, you can’t taste it, and I have noticed that my skin is glowing and my hair is stronger. It is also a great way to get some extra protein in your diet and there are no carbs. Would definitely recommend

Barb C (Brisbane, AU)
Great product

This company was recommonded by my daughter who has immune troubles. I find the product works wonders for my rhuematoid arthritis and EBS skin disorder. Thank you

Sharon Pascoe (Toorak, AU)
Should have taken this much earliet

I was recommended this product by my PT. I have had “gut” problems for a very long time It only been 10 days but my gut health has improved massively I don’t have as much bloating or pain. I will be taking this forever. It’s part of my daily routine now