- 100% Natural and Pesticide and Hormone Free
- Lactose & Dairy Free
- Gluten Free & Soy Free
- Silver Level Green America Certified Business
- No Fillers of Flow Agents - Just Pure Grass-Fed Bovine Cartilage
- Industry Leading 3,200mg of Cartilage Per Serving
- The Only Bovine Cartilage to Receive Perfectly Pure Certification
What’s All The Fuss About Collagen?
If you are new to collagen, be sure to read over our Perfect Hydrolyzed Collagen page, where we discuss all the health benefits of collagen and ways to increase your collagen levels to get a host of whole body benefits.
The quick story on Collagen…
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and plays a key role in numerous bodily functions. Found in our cartilage, collagen is literally the glue that holds our body together. The problem is, as we age, our collagen levels decrease.
Type I, II and III Collagen makeup 80-90% of the collagen in our body.
Type I and III are found in our skin, hair, nails, bones and fiber and are excellent for whole body health and wellness.
Type II Collagen is found in our cartilage and joints and can be extremely beneficial to people dealing with joint and immune issues.
Type II Collagen + X = Happy Joints
For people looking for joint health support, Type II Collagen is a solid choice… but it needs something else before it can be considered the perfect choice.
What is the X factor that Type II Collagen Needs?
The supporting cast of nutrients found in Bovine Cartilage!
Bovine Cartilage is an excellent source of Type II Collagen, but it also contains…
- Chondroitin Sulfate
- Trace Minerals
- Bioactive Growth Factors
- Undenatured Type II Collagen
- And many more micronutrients
Don’t worry, you don’t need to be an expert on proteoglycans (major kudos if you are) and all those other nutrients, the key point to understand is that Type II Collagen works much better when it has the support of ALL the nutrients found in bovine cartilage.
Does The Source of Bovine Cartilage Really Matter?
Now that we know that Bovine Cartilage is the most effective way to get on the road to healthy joints, the next question is… does it matter the source of the Bovine Cartilage?
We spent months talking to cartilage companies, reviewing lab assays and grilling suppliers on how their cattle are raised, fed and processed.
After all our research there were plenty of cartilage suppliers that we wouldn’t touch with a 100 foot pole, and one supplier that was… Perfect!