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The 30% coupon is back for this. Just ran out and was looking to buy more. Saw the 30% coupon and decided to post. $25.27 for me with coupon and 5 item S&S. Think it's $29.86 with omly the 5% off.


Orgain Grass Fed Pasture Raised Hydrolyzed Collagen Protein Powder, Gluten Free, Soy Free, Non-GMO, Type I and III, 2 Pound

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what's the advantage against normal whey protein?
AFAIK, the collagen will break down into amino acids anyway before digested by human body
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what's the advantage against normal whey protein?
AFAIK, the collagen will break down into amino acids anyway before digested by human body
Not collagen peptides though. They are smaller.
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Not collagen peptides though. They are smaller.
well a small portion of peptides could preserve but most of them are likely to be broken down as well. it's just a matter of probability.
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what's the advantage against normal whey protein?
AFAIK, the collagen will break down into amino acids anyway before digested by human body
Serves a different purpose. Whey primarily supports muscle, collagen supports bone, skin, hair and nails. I don't use collagen yet but may do so when i'm older.
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what's the advantage against normal whey protein?
AFAIK, the collagen will break down into amino acids anyway before digested by human body
This is not for muscle replenishment, post workout and such. Not comparable. If you're looking at alternatives to dairy based protein, check out Orgain's Protein products that are plant based.
https://www.amazon.com/Orgain-Org...6393&psc=1

Check out crickets too.
https://criknutrition.com/

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Serves a different purpose. Whey primarily supports muscle, collagen supports bone, skin, hair and nails. I don't use collagen yet but may do so when i'm older.
I turn 40 tomorrow so I guess that makes me old, but this has improved my skin to a great degree. I had really bad dandruff and after taking this consistently it's almost nonexistent. I don't have rough patches on my elbows, knees, and ankles anymore as a byproduct.

Costco has this in a 2.2 pound container but I can't remember the cost. I want to say it was around $30.
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Does this actually work? As far as I understand, protein gets broken down all the same & collagen is no exception. In short, this gets broken down the same as whey isolate is what I'd assume. Any bio nerds care to chime in and prove me wrong?
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This has 18 grams of protein vs 30+ of most other whey protein powders.
Because it is collagen it does not have lactose for people that have lactose intolerance, It also helps with hair nails skin. This is for post workouts, but it will be more for a multi-reason powder rather than just for post workout you can take it as a supplement in a smoothie or such.

Overall this would work well for post workout protein but it is a lower protein content and spendy.
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Does this actually work? As far as I understand, protein gets broken down all the same & collagen is no exception. In short, this gets broken down the same as whey isolate is what I'd assume. Any bio nerds care to chime in and prove me wrong?
I generally look a bit younger than my age, but my nails, hair and skin definitely show improvement when I'm taking this consistently. Haven't been above the occasional skin peel, and the woman that does them has commented about my skin looking better in the past year plus. My nails seem to grow quicker as does my hair since I keep the sides pretty short and do end up cleaning up around the ears more than I used to in between cuts. So it's safe to say it's doing something, at least for me. I pretty much add a scoop anytime I use the blender.
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Hey Yall,

This has 18 grams of protein vs 30+ of most other whey protein powders.
Because it is collagen it does not have lactose for people that have lactose intolerance, It also helps with hair nails skin. This is for post workouts, but it will be more for a multi-reason powder rather than just for post workout you can take it as a supplement in a smoothie or such.

Overall this would work well for post workout protein but it is a lower protein content and spendy.
It's not meant as a post workout supplement or any sort of workout type supplement unless you're hoping it helps your joints out after abusing them during your workout. Collagen isn't a complete protein and doesn't have the spread of amino acids you want to fuel our muscles. Whey, Casein or a multi source plant based protein is what you want.
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I tore my patellar tendon and was told to use this for healing. Impossible to tell if it's helping for that but my nails are definitely in need of trimming more often.
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I tore my patellar tendon and was told to use this for healing. Impossible to tell if it's helping for that but my nails are definitely in need of trimming more often.
"Side effects may include frequent hair cuts and nail trimming..." laugh out loud
I tore a meniscus not too long ago, got this stuff to try. If anything, it changes up the taste of my protein supplementation. I need a break from whey.
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