Got Questions About Collagen? We got answers!


Collagen! It’s one of those health foods you’ve heard about in passing. Can you add it to your morning coffee? Will it help your hair? Bones? Is it just a trend? And the question that really matters: will it really improve my health? Look no further. You have collagen questions? We have answers.

1. How absorbable is Further Food Collagen Peptides in my body?

Further Food Collagen Peptides are short-chain amino acids and are highly bioavailable, meaning that the collagen is soon after consumption. This means collagen can begin restoring and repairing skin, bones, joints and ligaments immediately!

2, How do I use it? How many scoops should I consume per day?

Take one to two scoops one or two times per day. More can be taken for an additional protein boost.

3. Are there any side effects?

No known side effects have been reported. We recommend not taking collagen on an empty stomach in order to prevent any intestinal discomfort that may occur during digestion of large amounts of pure protein.

4. How long will it be before I see results, and how long will the results last?

Collagen begins restoring and repairing skin, bones, joints, ligaments and your gut immediately. Clinical trials have shown visible improvements after four to eight weeks of supplementation. However, one should take collagen peptides indefinitely to combat aging because our body produces less and less collagen every year. Supplementing with Further Further Food Collagen Peptides is not a temporary fix, it’s a lifelong dedication to better health.

5. I eat a lot of protein/meat. Do I still need to take it?

Yes! Western diets are mainly composed of eating muscle-meat proteins instead of connective tissues proteins which are rich in collagen. Only collagen proteins can repair our connective tissues, ligaments, joints, skin, hair, nails, teeth and bones.

6. What does it taste like?

Further Food Collagen Peptides is tasteless and odorless, so it can be added to any drink or food without changing the taste. You can mix it and use it in a variety of recipes, click here for collagen recipe ideas.

7. What are the ingredients and how do I store it?

Further Food Collagen Peptides is made with 100% hydrolyzed collagen peptides. It’s pure protein, and free from sugar, preservatives, artificial sweeteners or any added ingredients! Further Food Collagen Peptides should be stored at room temperature.

8. Is Collagen the same as gelatin?

No. Collagen and gelatin are both sourced from cartilage and have the same makeup of amino acids, but gelatin undergoes more extensive processing which decreases its bioavailability. Further Food Collagen Peptides helps our body to repair and replenish cells in a more effective and beneficial way than gelatin.

9. Can children use Further Food Collagen Peptides?

Yes. Further Food Collagen Peptides is tasteless and odorless, which makes it great for picky eaters. Further Food Collagen Peptides is a clean, pure protein powder without any sugar or preservatives, so parents can boost a child’s nutrition and protein intake without any harmful additives or ingredients.

10. Can diabetics use Further Food Collagen Peptides?

Absolutely! In fact, taking collagen is even more important for people with diabetes! Diabetics have high blood sugar levels which can cause breakdown of collagen through a process called glycation. This leads to faster aging and increases their need for collagen supplementation.


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61 thoughts on “Got Questions About Collagen? We got answers!

  1. Michelle

    Hi, I just started taking Bovine Collagen a few days ago. A couple questions…..
    1. Can I eliminate some of the supplements I’m taking now? (Buffered Ascorbic Acid, Omega 3s, Calcium, Probiotic)
    2. Typically, how long should I continue taking my Hypothyroid medication.
    3. Has Bovine Collagen ever been known to help hot flashes, and other menopausal symptoms.


    1. Recipe Team

      Hi Michelle: Thanks for the questions. Collagen can be taken in conjunction with other supplements and medications. We recommend you check with your medical care provider to determine what works best for your personal medical situation. Bovine collagen has many health benefits-while it does not specifically help with hot flashes, collagen may provide other benefits that may relieve menopausal symptoms.

  2. Jane S.

    I have taken one scoop of Furthur Food collagen for 8 weeks. I have not seen any benefits from this e.g. help with digestion, skin health, growing in new hair, nails harder and stronger and most of all, decrease of joint pain & swelling. Is this just not working for me or should I take two scoops a day? Also, I am on three medications; would this impact benefits of collagen consumption? Is there a specific time of day I should take it? Is it better with food or without food? Any suggestions would be much appreciated! Thank you!

    1. Recipe Team

      Hi Jane: Thanks for the question. Sometimes it takes longer or higher doses are needed to feel the health benefits of collagen peptides. We recommend adding another scoop to your daily diet to see if that causes improvements in the next few weeks. As far as your other medications, it is best to check with your medical provider to see if they can impact collagen absorption. Good luck!

  3. Linda

    Why is it recommended that supplementation with Type II collagen be taken separately from Types I and III? How much time should pass between taking Type II and Types I & III?

    1. Recipe Team

      Type 11 needs to be taken separately from Type 1 and 111 to ensure adequate absorption of all types of collagen. One suggestion is to take one in the morning and the other at night.

  4. Jenny Le

    I’m looking the Hydrolyzed Collagen (Type 2 ) for my 13 year old daughter because I want her to boost collagen for her cartilage,joint and bones. Please let me know this is the Collagen type 2 or 1, 3? Thank you!

    1. Recipe Team

      Hi Jenny: Our collagen peptides are Type 1 and 3. We have many customers who use it for bone and joint health, and collagen can be taken by children/teenagers. Good luck to your daughter!

  5. bruce Rogers

    A friend of mine says only take two collagen tablets which would be 2 grams per day instead of 6 or more that are suggested by other websites depending on how much collagen you need. I have pretty good Vision even though I wear glasses but I can look at people and tell you which ones need more collagen than others do. I think he doesn’t know what he’s talking about. I know you need to take collagen on an empty stomach because you want it absorb through the lining of your stomach into your bloodstream instead of going through your digestive tract. I am taking 6 grams of collagen a day and he says I’m crazy basically because the manufacturer just wants to sell more collagen. that is his theory.
    Taking two grams of collagen a day would be like treading water just to the point where your nose is above water where you can just breathe but yeah you’re living but barely. If my thinking is all wrong correct me but I seriously doubt that I’m wrong.

  6. Paula sargent

    I have had a heart attack and I am on cholesterol meds and high blood pressure meds. Is this safe to use with these medications! Thank you, Paula Sargent

  7. Rita K Davis

    Is it okay to consume 40-50 grams of collagen per day?
    Would that cause any health concerns?
    Do you need hyaluronic acid and vitamin c for collagen to be effective?…and how much?
    Thank You
    Rita Davis

    1. Recipe Team

      Hi Rita: We recommend 1-2 scoops of our Further Food Collagen Peptides per day-each scoop has 8 grams of collagen, meaning 16 grams a day. Vitamin C can help promote absorption of collagen. Good luck!

  8. Cindy L Tackett

    I’m 61 yrs young and have taken Collagen Bioactive tablets daily for 3 months.100% improvement in skin elasticity in my face and wrinkles are definitely less noticeable. My skin holds moisture longer.The most rewarding is my significant weight loss ! I’m down 10 pounds in 3 months ( eating healthily & walking 1-2 miles 5dys week) Sooooo Happy !Take on empty stomach and don’t eat for 3hrs.It works!!!

  9. Tim Irwin

    Is the callogen peptides safe to take while pregnant/breastfeeding?
    Are there health benefits of taking callogen during pregnancy?

    1. Recipe Team

      We recommend you consult with your health care practitioner about taking collagen while pregnant. However, we do have several customers who have taken collagen while pregnant and/or breastfeeding. Collagen is a clean, all natural source of protein that can provide gut health and skin benefits in addition to helping promote fullness and minimize sugar cravings. WIshing you a healthy pregnancy!

  10. P.Bhaskar

    It is published that collagen peptide is diuretic. So when it is taken in the evening it increases urine outflow in the night disrupting sleep . Is it true.So is it possible to take 30grams of peptide in the evening

    1. Recipe Team

      Thanks for the question. Our collagen peptides contain 8g of collagen per serving. We recommend 1-2 servings a day, which totals 16g per day. Collagen peptides provide a lot of benefits to the gut, including with digestion and to help repair leaky gut. Further Food Collagen has not been reported as disrupting sleep or as a diuretic.

  11. Ruth Olivia Oneal

    Im on my healthy WORKOUT journey. I have neurofibromatosis type 1, is collagen peptides safe for me to take?

    1. Recipe Team

      Hi Ruth: Congrats on your healthy workout journey. Adding collagen peptides into your diet can provide a healthy dose of protein that will help keep you full longer and can help with post workout recovery. Collagen is used safely by many people with various autoimmune and other health conditions, however we recommend you consult with your doctor for any specific medical advice pertaining to your condition.

  12. Sara Johnston

    If I use collagen peptides in my cooking can I still put leftovers in fridge/freezer with out any significantly noticeable difference or effecting the nutritional benefits?Trying to ease my texture sensitive family into this. Thanks!

    1. Recipe Team

      Hi Sara: Thanks for the question. Yes, you can definitely store in fridge without any effect on nutritional benefit. We’ve never tried freezing the Collagen, but again it shouldn’t affect the nutritional value.

  13. nina

    Hy, What is the difference beetween collagen peptide and marine collagen?
    Does marine collagen have the same properties? Are they good for supporting workout with proteins? And for healing gut?
    Thank you very much in advance for your answer!

    1. Recipe Team

      Hi Bo: Further Food has a marine collagen, made out of wild codfish. This is a great choice for vegetarians/pescetarians. Otherwise, there is no vegan options for collagen.


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