New collagen infused foods promote beauty from within, and these convenient formats make it easy to “grab-and-glow.”
These days you can find collagen—that naturally occurring protein that supports healthy joints, strong bones and skin elasticity—in every form of powder and pill.
As a matter of fact, you may have recently started to see it popping up in foods and beverages! Here are some of the newest formats for how to get your collagen to achieve healthy hair, skin and nails.
Collagen Infused Foods in Grocery Stores
Vermont Village Beauty Boost Functional Vinegar Collagen
This is one of four “functional vinegars” from this craft apple cider vinegar company. Beauty Boost has raw and unfiltered organic apple cider vinegar, cherry juice, organic lime juice, organic honey, organic stevia and 1 gram of collagen per serving.
It’s also delish!
Know Brainer Classic Vanilla Max Mallow
These sugar-free mallows are fueled with grass-fed hydrolyzed bovine collagen peptides and MCT oil. I like to think of these as a grown-up functional sweet with a nod to childhood.
Kween Original Granola Butter with Collagen
Made from gluten-free oats, flax, olive oil, coconut oil, maple syrup, salt and spices, this spreadable granola is nut free and allergen friendly.
It also has 100% grass-fed bovine collagen and 7 grams protein per serving.
Picnik Collagen Creamer
This unsweetened non-dairy creamer features a functional boost from MCT oil and grass-fed collagen. All this is added to a creamy blend of cashew milk and coconut cream for what the company refers to as “half-and-half’s sexier, healthier, smarter cousin.”
It’s also Paleo friendly and Keto certified.
Purely Elizabeth Vanilla Pecan Collagen Protein Oat Cup
Start your day off right with this collagen-infused, protein-rich oatmeal that boasts 3.5 grams grass-fed bovine collagen and 11 grams protein per cup.
It also includes gluten-free oats, pecans, quinoa flakes, chia seeds, amaranth puffs and cinnamon.
Each cup comes with a Nuttzo Power Fuel squeeze pack made with organic cashews, almonds, brazil nuts, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds and hazelnuts.
It’s also available in Blueberry Walnut if that’s your choice!
The snacks just keep on coming….
Vital Proteins Collagen Water Peach White Tea
No roundup of collagen-infused products would be complete without mentioning Vital Proteins, whose selection of collagen powders, waters, shots and other products continues to expand.
This grab-and-go beverage contains reverse osmosis filtered water, peach juice concentrate, lemon juice, white tea and monk fruit extracts and 10 grams bovine collagen.
Health Lab Choc Sea Salt Collagen Ball Beauty Snack
Get a decadent boost with this tasty treat that’s chock full of dates, cashews, pumpkin seeds, coconut, raw cacao and sea salt! Fueled by sustainably sourced marine collagen (from fish) and 10 grams protein.
Medlie Organic Kale Avocado Veggie Drink
Superfoods such as organic spinach, kale and avocado blended with other organic ingredients including cauliflower, cucumber, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and lime juice.
Coupled with 10 grams protein from grass-fed bovine hide collagen peptides, this packs a Whole 30-approved dose of nutrients.
Caveman Foods Chocolate Walnut Collagen Bars
These Paleo-friendly bars offer 5 grams grass-fed collagen per bar.
With 11 total grams protein from collagen peptides, egg whites and nuts—it also has 6 grams dietary fiber.
In this case, a blend of rich unsweetened chocolate, semisweet chocolate chips and organic coconut sugar make this a tasty treat!
Coco Luxe Glow Pure Coconut Water with Collagen & Açaí
What you see is what you get with this clean-ingredient, functional beverage.
This coconut water comes from coconut water sourced from coconuts harvested and packed in a sustainable factory in Vietnam. A mix of hydrolyzed marine collagen peptides, açaí and other natural berry flavors.
Reneva Collagen Protein Drink
Passionfruit, orange and pineapple come together in this non-carbonated ready-to-drink beverage. It offers 3 grams collagen peptides, biotin and other vitamins, for a functional refreshment that boasts only 15 calories.
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This post was provided in conjunction with the New Hope Network. I am a member of the New Hope Influencer Co-op, a network of health and wellness bloggers committed to spreading more health to more people. Authored by Adrienne Smith.