What is Collagen Bone Broth? 

Collagen Bone Broth is a nourishing and great-tasting sippable broth that’s infused with collagen peptides and antioxidant vitamin C.

What’s the best way to use Collagen Bone Broth? 

Simply mix with warm or hot water and enjoy, it’s that simple! With just 40 calories per serving and 8 g of protein, Collagen Bone Broth can be whatever you want it to be. Whether you want a satisfying snack option, an added protein boost to your meal or you can even experiment by adding other recipes and side dishes to boost flavour and nutrition.

What are collagen peptides?

Collagen peptides also referred to as hydrolysed collagen, is a more bioavailable form of collagen. This means that the body can easily digest and absorb them and put them to use for benefit! Consuming collagen peptides, like those in Collagen Bone Broth, has been shown to increase the body’s own production of collagen by providing the building blocks that the body needs to make collagen. Get to know your collagen on a deeper level with our Collagen Craze article.

What are the benefits of consuming collagen peptides? 

Regularly consuming collagen peptides has been shown to benefit skin health, joint health and more. Collagen peptides don’t mess around. Since collagen production in the body can be elevated hours after consuming collagen peptides, it shows that collagen peptides are fast-acting. Research suggests that collagen peptides serve as cell messengers that activate the re-organisation and production of new collagen fibres, hence supporting the body’s tissue structure. As for how long before visible or noticeable effects are realised, say to skin health or joint health, it can vary or depend. But so long as collagen peptides are regularly consumed through our delicious Collagen Bone Broth, you can bet the body is loving what you’re feeding it!

Is there a maximum amount of Collagen Bone Broth that can be had?

It’s up to the individual. There is no maximum amount of collagen peptides that’s been found based on research. In fact, the evidence does show is that the more you get, the better. That said, having one serving of Collagen Bone Broth daily is enough to provide benefit, so there’s no need to have to go overboard. But if more than one serving of Collagen Bone Broth is wanted daily, keeping in mind total calorie intake, then go ahead!

What makes Collagen Bone Broth different than other bone broths or collagen peptides? 

Glad you asked! While there are other fine sources of bone broth or collagen peptides, several factors make Isagenix® Bone Broth unique and stand out from the rest. For one, the combination of collagen peptides and bone broth – without adding actual collagen peptides, bone broth by itself may not provide enough collagen to benefit your body whereas Isagenix Collagen Bone Broth delivers 6.5 g of collagen peptides in addition to bone broth. Collagen Bone Broth also provides antioxidant vitamin C, another necessary component the body needs to produce collagen, in addition to the three amino acids that make collagen unique and that the body needs to make its own collagen – glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline. There’s also the Isagenix quality you get with Collagen Bone Broth, with both the bone broth and collagen peptides being sourced from grass-fed cows.

What’s more, the great taste and usability make this product unique – you can bask in the benefits of consuming bone broth and collagen peptides in a yummy, soothing cuppa way! Not to mention the versatility of Collagen Bone Broth, lending itself to be made into a full meal soup by adding protein and vegetables to it, or adding it to side dishes and other recipes. Get ready to fall in love!

Can Collagen Bone Broth be used during intermittent fasting (Cleanse Days)?

Yes! Collagen Bone Broth can be used as a Cleanse Day snack for those who want a savoury option provides protein. Having 1-2 servings of Collagen Bone Broth on your Cleanse Days, whether as your afternoon and/or evening savoury cuppa, offers another excellent option for low-calorie yet targeted nutritional support. Follow the same directions for use as any other day, simply mix one packet with warm or hot water and enjoy! Cleanse for Life™ should still be used as the main nutritional support on Cleanse Days, had four times throughout the day, but Collagen Bone Broth can be used as nutritional support outside of that, much like Snacks or Whey Thins. Of course, remembering the main goal of Cleanse Days of consuming as little as possible – it is an intermittent fasting day after all! For tips on how to complete a Cleanse Day, check out this video.

Can pregnant or nursing mums have Collagen Bone Broth?

Yes! As Collagen Bone Broth is a food and is similar (but better!) to other broths or soups, it’s perfectly fine for pregnant or nursing mums.

Can kids have Collagen Bone Broth? 

Yes! Same as above, Collagen Bone Broth is a food and in terms of use can be viewed much like other broths or soups.

If cooking with Collagen Bone Broth, will it destroy the collagen peptides?

Collagen peptides are heat-stable, so cooking will not destroy them. However, vitamin C is not heat stable, so if cooking or bringing Collagen Bone Broth to a boil, the vitamin C may not remain. That’s why if you want to keep the vitamin C present, its best to mix with warm or hot water and not boil it on the stove. But if you’re not worried about losing the vitamin C and are more interested in getting the collagen peptides, then boil away! On the flip side, making Collagen Bone Broth and refrigerating it will not affect vitamin C or the collagen peptides.

How will Collagen Bone Broth be sold?

Collagen Bone Broth will be available soon in individual packets or sachets, sold in a 15-count box. Preferred Customers in Australia can get their hands-on Collagen Bone Broth in Roasted Chicken & Herb and Vegetable flavours for $44AU and $51NZ for Kiwis.