Naked Nutrition Collagen
Recently, I’ve been experimenting with different types of collagen. I’ve written a dozen posts about the uses and benefits of collagen, but it’s been a few months.
What is Collagen?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body. It’s a major component of connective tissues in muscles, ligaments, tendons, and skin. Consuming collagen will provide benefits, whether you are an athlete or not.
For runners, collagen can help bone and joint health, plus it can aid in workout recovery.
Why Take a Collagen Supplement?
It’s hard to get hydrolyzed collagen from food sources. You can do it by drinking bone broth every day, but taking a collagen supplement like Naked Collagen is going to make it easier to get the appropriate amount. Like whey protein powder, Naked Nutrition Collagen can help rebuild muscles post-workout.
So What is Naked Nutrition?
As the brand suggests, Naked Nutrition doesn’t contain any extra “stuff.” It’s flavorless and tasteless and so far the most tasteless collagen I’ve found to date. Naked Nutrition Collagen is highly soluble and tasteless.
The Naked Nutrition Collagen only has 35 calories per serving because it contains no extra filler. Just hydrolyzed collagen. Personally, I’ve been using it in coffee, tea, or hot cocoa. During the warmer months, I’ll probably add it so cold drinks and smoothies. You can add Naked Nutrition Collagen Peptide Powder in almost anything because you don’t taste it.
So What Does Naked Nutrition Collagen Contain (or not contain)?
- One Ingredient: Collagen Peptides
- Collagen Contains 9 out of 18 Essential Amino Acids
- Hydrolyzed Collagen Comes From Pasture-Raised and Grass-Fed Bovine Hides
- No Artificial Sweeteners, Flavors, or Colors
- 9 Grams of Protein and 0.6 Grams of BCAA’s Per Serving**
- GMO-Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, and Gluten-Free
- Growth Hormone Free, no rBGH or rBs
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Questions for you:
Have you tried Naked Nutrition Collagen?
Do you take a Collagen Peptide Supplement?