Dose & Co Dairy-Free Collagen Creamer Vanilla 340g

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Dose & Co Dairy-Free Collagen Creamer Vanilla 340g
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Dose & Co Dairy-Free Collagen Creamer Vanilla 340g

By Dose & Co

Benefits

  • Supports hair, skin and nails
  • Gluten and dairy free

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Description

If you have committed to a dairy-free diet, you have probably tried every milk alternative known to man, from simple soy to cashew, hemp and coconut.

But how about something that does not just taste incredible but helps you to maintain healthy and strong skin, hair and nails, by building in a natural supply of collagen?

Simply add Dose & Co dairy-free, bovine collagen protein powder creamer to your morning coffee, stir it into your porridge, drop it into your pancake batter or blend it into your smoothie and enjoy 10g of high quality, sustainably sourced bovine collagen can give.

Dose and Co collagen creamer is not just free from dairy, it is gluten-free and contains no preservatives, artificial colours or GMO ingredients. It is also low in carbs, making it the perfect choice for those on a keto diet.

Collagen and beauty

The word collagen comes from the Greek kΓ³lla, meaning glue, and in many ways that is exactly what collagen is.

The most abundant protein in the human body, natural collagen is an essential component of all our skin, bones, ligaments, tendons and muscles.

Although it is naturally produced inside our bodies, from our mid-20s onwards our collagen supplies begin to dwindle.

And to add insult to injury, what we do produce is of a lower, less effective quality. As this happens our skin loses elasticity, our hair is less abundant and even our nails can weaken and break more easily.

As this occurs, we are less able to defend ourselves from the side effects of sun exposure, smoking and poor diet, with food high in refined carbs and sugars particularly guilty of reducing our collagen production.

The result? Deeper, more pronounced wrinkles and sagging skin, not just facially but from head to toe.

Why bovine collagen?

Dose & Co selected bovine collagen for their delicious dairy-free creamer because of its high bioavailability, meaning it is the most easily absorbed and digested form of collagen, requiring the least effort to achieve the best results.

Bringing together type I collagen as found in skin, bones, organs and tendons, and type III collagen, found most usually in bone marrow a, Dose & Co provides a natural supply of the collagen to the most vital parts of our body.

Customer Reviews

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Ingredients

Full ingredients

Collagen Peptides (bovine), Coconut Milk Powder, Natural Flavouring.

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Nutritional Information

Each serving (20g) contains approximately:
Energy 407kJ/97kcal
Fat total 4.6g (saturated 4.3g)
Carbohydrate 3.5g (sugars 0.7g)
Protein 10g
Salt 0.11g

Additional Info

Directions:

Enjoy 1 heaped table spoon (20g) of powder in 200ml of milk, coffee, tea or a smoothie. Mix well. Dose & Co is a supplementary product and should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Keep out of reach of young children. Do not exceed recommended daily dose of 2 servings.

Suitable for:

Gluten free, Dairy free, Soy free, Preservatives free, Artificial colour free, Non-GMO.

Advisory information:

Store in a cool, dry place. Do not use if safety seal is broken. Best Before/Batch # See Base of can.

Remember to:

We go to great efforts to ensure that the information on this page is accurate at the time that the page was last edited. As we are constantly reviewing and developing our products to meet our consumer needs, consumers, particularly those that suffer from allergies and intolerances, should always check product labelling, warnings, and directions provided with the product that is delivered, prior to use or consumption.

FAQs

What is collagen?

Collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in the human body, accounting for around a third of all of the protein in the body.  

It is an essential componen of all skin, bones, ligaments, tendons and muscles. 

Collagen is naturally produced within the body when it combines amino acids. However, as we age, the production of collagen starts to slow down. This means that you may wish to take a supplement to keep your collagen levels topped up. 

There are 16 main types of collagen but types 1, 2, 3 and 4 are the main types. 

Collagen supplements are available as powders, capsules and liquids. Collagen supplements have become increasingly popular in recent years and they are especially loved by a number of celebrities! 

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What does collagen do?

Type 1 collagen which makes up more than 90% of all collagen in the human body provides elasticity to your skin and is a major component needed for all tendons, bones, connective tissues, cartilage and teeth.

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What is bovine collagen?

Bovine collagen is a source of protein which is sourced from bovine animals, usually cows.  

Collagen is extracted from the cows before being dried and powdered, to make a supplement. 

Bovine collagen is often chosen as an ingredient in collagen supplements because of its bioavailability. It is easily absorbed and digested in our bodies. 

Dose & Co Dairy-Free Collagen Creamer Vanilla 340g contain 10g of high quality bovine collagen in each serving.  

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What is a collagen creamer?

A collagen creamer is a collagen powder supplement which can be added to coffee, tea, water, milk or smoothies to become liquid collagen. 

Dose and Co Dairy-Free Collagen Creamer Vanilla 340g has a delicate vanilla flavour which does not overpower your coffee but gives it a rich, creamy vanilla taste.  

It is dairy-free and contains coconut milk for added benefits. 

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How much collagen should I take per day?

You should take two servings of the Dose & Co Dairy-Free Collagen Creamer Vanilla 340g per day.  

Simply mix one heaped tablespoon, or 20g, of powder into 200ml of water, coffee, milk, tea or a smoothie.  

This collagen supplement should be taken alongside a healthy, balanced diet. 

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What are collagen peptides?

Collagen peptides are small pieces of protein which come from animal collagen. They are broken down using a chemical process, to be included in supplements and skincare products.  

People often take collagen for skin and collagen peptides later in life when natural collagen production has slowed down. 

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Which foods contain natural sources of collagen?

There are lots of foods which contain collagen protein.  

Animal sources of collagen include fish, chicken and egg whites.  

Plant-based sources of collagen include citrus fruits, berries, leafy greens, cashew nuts, tomatoes, peppers, beans, avocados and some herbs like Chinese knotweed.  

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Are collagen supplements safe to take?

As with all of the supplements which are available at Holland & Barrett, the collagen supplements sold here are subject to strict quality control measures, which means that they are safe to take and of the highest quality. 

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