For most of human history, Sapiens effortlessly consumed (nose-to-tail) the things we needed for strength, health and happiness. In the modern world, we unknowingly struggle to fulfill our lifestyle and nutritional needs in order to support and sustain a vibrant, disease-free life. We are now part of a world where joints, bones, cartilage and collagenous parts (including skin, hair and nails) struggle to heal and be healthy. I believe that the ultimate solution is a return to ancestral living
Whole food, nutrient dense organs, glands and collagen can provide great benefit for those seeking targeted support in harmony with nature — the old fashioned way, the way that our early ancestors did.* Grass Fed "Living" Collagen is a whole food and dietary supplement that provides pure bovine collagen—in a whole food matrix—with all the cartilage and collagen-specific building blocks, peptides and enzymes to nourish and support one's own joints, bones, cartilage and skin, hair and nail health. Our collagen retains ancestral properties that are otherwise absent in the modern world:
MODERN DAY COLLAGENS
Modern day commercial collagens are produced from hides, hooves and horns that are otherwise inedible. As such, they are highly processed with high heat, degreasing agents and acids, and end up being far removed from anything resembling the ancestral "living" collagen that our DNA evolved with... these are the raw materials that our DNA still expects today to express healthy and vibrant joints, bones, cartilage, collagen, blood vessels and of course — skin, hair and nails. Don’t get me wrong… commercial collagen peptides are awesome… they just happen to be only one of the 5 major players that bone broth (and our "Living" Collagen) are one of the most nourishing foods in existence.
WE EVOLVED EATING MINIMALLY PROCESSED "LIVING" COLLAGEN...
Grass Fed Ancestral Collagen is produced from the cartilaginous parts from the innards of the animal (bovine) including the trachea and scapula. The processing you'll find here is simple enough... we use an all natural protease enzyme to remove non-cartilage material, then we freeze-dry it. That's it! As such, our collagen retains ancestral properties in a whole-food matrix that are otherwise absent in the modern world:
- Typical Amino Acids That You'd Expect From Collagen — Glycine, Hydroxyproline & Proline
- Trachea-Derived Collagen; Rich In Type II Collagen
- Scapula-Derived Collagen; Rich In Type II Collagen
- Bone-Derived Collagen; Type I, II, III
- Bioactive Growth Factors
- Molecular Biodirectors
- Glycosaminoglycans Proteoglycans — The Filler Between The Cells... Keeps Cells From Sagging
- Chondroitin Sulfates — Lubricate Joints
- Range of Trace Minerals