NativePath Collagen FAQ

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Q: What Is Collagen?

A: Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body—found in your bones, joints, connective tissue, skin, hair, nails, and more (1).

 

It’s considered the “glue” that holds your body together, and is the key protein needed to keep bones strong, joints ache-free, and skin elastic and youthful.

Q: What Are the Benefits of Collagen?

A: Collagen boasts numerous benefits, some of which include (2, 3):

 

  • • Thicker, longer hair
  • • Stronger, less brittle nails
  • • Elastic, glowing skin
  • • Stronger, denser bones
  • • Enhanced connective tissue
  • • Improved muscle tissue recovery

Q: Why Do I Need Collagen?

A: Collagen is naturally produced by the body. However, once you hit your 20s, collagen production starts to decline by approximately 1% each year (4).

 

So, by the time you’re 50 years of age, your collagen levels have been cut by 50%, leaving you with 50% of the collagen you started with.

Percentage of collagen decline with age

This results in fragile bones, achy joints, loose, wrinkled skin, brittle nails, thinning hair, and more.

Q: What’s the Difference between Collagen Peptides and Hydrolyzed Collagen?

A: When buying a collagen supplement, it’s crucial that it’s labeled as “collagen peptides” or “hydrolyzed collagen”.

 

Both of these terms—peptides and hydrolyzed—mean the same thing.

 

Put simply, peptides and hydrolyzed signify that the collagen has been broken down into smaller, more absorbable particles. This results in faster, more transformational health benefits (3).

Q: How Much Collagen Should I Take?

A: When people first begin collagen supplementation, we recommend two phases:

 

1. Collagen Loading

2. Collagen Maintenance

 

The Collagen Loading Phase consists of 20 to 40 grams of collagen daily for 8 weeks.

 

The Collagen Maintenance Phase consists of 10 to 20 grams of collagen daily, indefinitely.

 

However, if you’re one who’s taking collagen to increase bone density or help with stiff, achy joints, it’s recommended to supplement with at least 30 to 40 grams daily, indefinitely.

Q: How Quickly Will I See Results?

A: Everyone is different, so individual results may vary.

 

Generally, people start to feel more vibrant and youthful before physical changes start to appear. We recommend allowing 1 to 2 months for your body to start showing visible results.

 

All in all, it depends on your body and how well you absorb natural supplements. Be patient!

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: How Do I Use Collagen?

A: You can be as creative (or as uncreative) with your collagen supplementation as you’d like.

 

Choose from our flavorless collagen or deliciously flavored options and add a scoop or two to your coffee, tea, water, or smoothie.

 

You can cook and bake with it, too! Be sure not to go over 300° Celsius or 575° F though—or your collagen will begin to deteriorate.

 

For inspiration, check out our collagen recipes here.

Q: When Should I Take My Collagen?

A: Your body can absorb and use collagen at any time of day, so you can take your supplement whenever you desire.

 

Here are a few ideas on how to incorporate collagen into your daily routine:

Morning

Adding a scoop of collagen to your cup of coffee or breakfast smoothie loads your body up with amino acids that stimulate your metabolism. This helps generate energy for your body, sustaining your endurance throughout the day (5).

 

Choose from our six delicious collagen coffee creamers.

NativePath Collagen Coffee Creamer

Afternoon

Tired of drinking plain ole water? Switch things up by adding a scoop of Peach Collagen or Wild Berry Collagen to your glass of water.

Evening

Add a scoop of Chocolate Collagen Powder to a glass of nut milk and froth. Whether warm or chilled, this makes for a rich, chocolatey treat in the evening.

Before and After a Workout

Consuming a collagen protein supplement before and after working out has been shown to improve and accelerate muscle recovery (6). Add Peach Collagen or Wild Berry Collagen to your water bottle, or add a scoop of Unflavored Collagen to your post-workout smoothie.

 

For smoothie ideas, click here.

Q: Is Collagen Safe While Pregnant Or Nursing?

A: To date, there’s no reliable research regarding the safety of consuming collagen supplements while pregnant or nursing. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please speak with your doctor first.

Q: Is NativePath Collagen Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free?

A: NativePath Collagen Powder is soy-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: Are Collagen Peptides Vegan or Vegetarian?

A: The bovine collagen peptides in this supplement are not compatible with a vegan or vegetarian diet as they are derived from pasture-raised cows.

Q: Is Collagen Keto?

A: A 10-gram serving of NativePath Collagen Powder has 9 grams of protein and is 100% Keto-friendly.

 

To avoid going over the Keto recommended daily intake of protein, remember to add your collagen serving to your daily calculations.

Q: Does Collagen Affect Blood Sugar?

Since collagen doesn’t contain any type of sweetener, it will not affect blood sugar.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: What Are the Ingredients in NativePath Collagen?

A: We believe in using as few ingredients as possible. That’s why you’ll find only one ingredient in our Unflavored Grass-Fed Collagen Powder: Bovine Collagen.

Q: What Does NativePath Collagen Taste Like?

A: NativePath Collagen is tasteless and odorless, making it easy to mix with your favorite foods and beverages.

Q: Where Is NativePath Collagen Sourced?

A: NativePath Collagen comes from the hides of verified pasture-raised, grass-fed cows from farms in Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia. Regardless of manufacture location, all final blending, testing, and packaging take place in Illinois, USA.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: How Much Fat, Carbs, and Sugar Are In NativePath Collagen?

A: NativePath Collagen has no sugar, carbs, and fat. Just 9 grams of protein per 10-gram scoop!

Q: Which Amino Acids Are In NativePath Collagen?

A: The following chart breaks down which amino acids—and how much—are in a 10-gram scoop of NativePath Collagen Peptides.

Amino Acids in NativePath Collagen Powder

Q: How Quickly Will My Order Be Shipped to Me?

Our products typically ship within 24 hours. You can expect to receive your order in 7 to 10 business days for orders within the United States.

 

For questions about your order, please contact us at cs@NativePath.com.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: What If It Doesn't Work for Me?

A: All NativePath Supplements are backed by a 60-day money-back guarantee from the date of delivery for all sealed, unopened, and some opened products that are returned to our warehouse.

 

Read Our Refund Policy Here.

Q: What Is Collagen?

A: Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body—found in your bones, joints, connective tissue, skin, hair, nails, and more (1).

 

It’s considered the “glue” that holds your body together, and is the key protein needed to keep bones strong, joints ache-free, and skin elastic and youthful.

Q: What Are the Benefits of Collagen?

A: Collagen boasts numerous benefits, some of which include (2, 3):

 

  • • Thicker, longer hair
  • • Stronger, less brittle nails
  • • Elastic, glowing skin
  • • Stronger, denser bones
  • • Enhanced connective tissue
  • • Improved muscle tissue recovery

Q: Why Do I Need Collagen?

A: Collagen is naturally produced by the body. However, once you hit your 20s, collagen production starts to decline by approximately 1% each year (4).

 

So, by the time you’re 50 years of age, your collagen levels have been cut by 50%, leaving you with 50% of the collagen you started with.

Percentage of collagen decline with age

This results in fragile bones, achy joints, loose, wrinkled skin, brittle nails, thinning hair, and more.

Q: What’s the Difference between Collagen Peptides and Hydrolyzed Collagen?

A: When buying a collagen supplement, it’s crucial that it’s labeled as “collagen peptides” or “hydrolyzed collagen”.

 

Both of these terms—peptides and hydrolyzed—mean the same thing.

 

Put simply, peptides and hydrolyzed signify that the collagen has been broken down into smaller, more absorbable particles. This results in faster, more transformational health benefits (3).

Q: How Much Collagen Should I Take?

A: When people first begin collagen supplementation, we recommend two phases:

 

1. Collagen Loading

2. Collagen Maintenance

 

The Collagen Loading Phase consists of 20 to 40 grams of collagen daily for 8 weeks.

 

The Collagen Maintenance Phase consists of 10 to 20 grams of collagen daily, indefinitely.

 

However, if you’re one who’s taking collagen to increase bone density or help with stiff, achy joints, it’s recommended to supplement with at least 30 to 40 grams daily, indefinitely.

Q: How Quickly Will I See Results?

A: Everyone is different, so individual results may vary.

 

Generally, people start to feel more vibrant and youthful before physical changes start to appear. We recommend allowing 1 to 2 months for your body to start showing visible results.

 

All in all, it depends on your body and how well you absorb natural supplements. Be patient!

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: How Do I Use Collagen?

A: You can be as creative (or as uncreative) with your collagen supplementation as you’d like.

 

Choose from our flavorless collagen or deliciously flavored options and add a scoop or two to your coffee, tea, water, or smoothie.

 

You can cook and bake with it, too! Be sure not to go over 300° Celsius or 575° F though—or your collagen will begin to deteriorate.

 

For inspiration, check out our collagen recipes here.

Q: When Should I Take My Collagen?

A: Your body can absorb and use collagen at any time of day, so you can take your supplement whenever you desire.

 

Here are a few ideas on how to incorporate collagen into your daily routine:

Morning

Adding a scoop of collagen to your cup of coffee or breakfast smoothie loads your body up with amino acids that stimulate your metabolism. This helps generate energy for your body, sustaining your endurance throughout the day (5).

 

Choose from our six delicious collagen coffee creamers.

NativePath Collagen Coffee Creamer

Afternoon

Tired of drinking plain ole water? Switch things up by adding a scoop of Peach Collagen or Wild Berry Collagen to your glass of water.

Evening

Add a scoop of Chocolate Collagen Powder to a glass of nut milk and froth. Whether warm or chilled, this makes for a rich, chocolatey treat in the evening.

Before and After a Workout

Consuming a collagen protein supplement before and after working out has been shown to improve and accelerate muscle recovery (6). Add Peach Collagen or Wild Berry Collagen to your water bottle, or add a scoop of Unflavored Collagen to your post-workout smoothie.

 

For smoothie ideas, click here.

Q: Is Collagen Safe While Pregnant Or Nursing?

A: To date, there’s no reliable research regarding the safety of consuming collagen supplements while pregnant or nursing. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please speak with your doctor first.

Q: Is NativePath Collagen Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free?

A: NativePath Collagen Powder is soy-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: Are Collagen Peptides Vegan or Vegetarian?

A: The bovine collagen peptides in this supplement are not compatible with a vegan or vegetarian diet as they are derived from pasture-raised cows.

Q: Is Collagen Keto?

A: A 10-gram serving of NativePath Collagen Powder has 9 grams of protein and is 100% Keto-friendly.

 

To avoid going over the Keto recommended daily intake of protein, remember to add your collagen serving to your daily calculations.

Q: Does Collagen Affect Blood Sugar?

Since collagen doesn’t contain any type of sweetener, it will not affect blood sugar.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: What Are the Ingredients in NativePath Collagen?

A: We believe in using as few ingredients as possible. That’s why you’ll find only one ingredient in our Unflavored Grass-Fed Collagen Powder: Bovine Collagen.

Q: What Does NativePath Collagen Taste Like?

A: NativePath Collagen is tasteless and odorless, making it easy to mix with your favorite foods and beverages.

Q: Where Is NativePath Collagen Sourced?

A: NativePath Collagen comes from the hides of verified pasture-raised, grass-fed cows from farms in Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia. Regardless of manufacture location, all final blending, testing, and packaging take place in Illinois, USA.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: How Much Fat, Carbs, and Sugar Are In NativePath Collagen?

A: NativePath Collagen has no sugar, carbs, and fat. Just 9 grams of protein per 10-gram scoop!

Q: Which Amino Acids Are In NativePath Collagen?

A: The following chart breaks down which amino acids—and how much—are in a 10-gram scoop of NativePath Collagen Peptides.

Amino Acids in NativePath Collagen Powder

Q: How Quickly Will My Order Be Shipped to Me?

Our products typically ship within 24 hours. You can expect to receive your order in 7 to 10 business days for orders within the United States.

 

For questions about your order, please contact us at cs@NativePath.com.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: What If It Doesn't Work for Me?

A: All NativePath Supplements are backed by a 60-day money-back guarantee from the date of delivery.

 

Orders with 3 or more bottles will only be fully refunded for three bottles. Any remaining bottles will be refunded at a discounted rate if they are still sealed, and unused. NativePath is not responsible for the previous shipping charges.

 

Read Our Refund and Exchange Policy Here.

Q: What Is Collagen?

A: Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body—found in your bones, joints, connective tissue, skin, hair, nails, and more (1).

 

It’s considered the “glue” that holds your body together, and is the key protein needed to keep bones strong, joints ache-free, and skin elastic and youthful.

Q: What Are the Benefits of Collagen?

A: Collagen boasts numerous benefits, some of which include (2, 3):

 

  • • Thicker, longer hair
  • • Stronger, less brittle nails
  • • Elastic, glowing skin
  • • Stronger, denser bones
  • • Enhanced connective tissue
  • • Improved muscle tissue recovery

Q: Why Do I Need Collagen?

A: Collagen is naturally produced by the body. However, once you hit your 20s, collagen production starts to decline by approximately 1% each year (4).

 

So, by the time you’re 50 years of age, your collagen levels have been cut by 50%, leaving you with 50% of the collagen you started with.

Percentage of collagen decline with age

This results in fragile bones, achy joints, loose, wrinkled skin, brittle nails, thinning hair, and more.

Q: What’s the Difference between Collagen Peptides and Hydrolyzed Collagen?

A: When buying a collagen supplement, it’s crucial that it’s labeled as “collagen peptides” or “hydrolyzed collagen”.

 

Both of these terms—peptides and hydrolyzed—mean the same thing.

 

Put simply, peptides and hydrolyzed signify that the collagen has been broken down into smaller, more absorbable particles. This results in faster, more transformational health benefits (3).

Q: How Much Collagen Should I Take?

A: When people first begin collagen supplementation, we recommend two phases:

 

1. Collagen Loading

2. Collagen Maintenance

 

The Collagen Loading Phase consists of 20 to 40 grams of collagen daily for 8 weeks.

 

The Collagen Maintenance Phase consists of 10 to 20 grams of collagen daily, indefinitely.

 

However, if you’re one who’s taking collagen to increase bone density or help with stiff, achy joints, it’s recommended to supplement with at least 30 to 40 grams daily, indefinitely.

Q: How Quickly Will I See Results?

A: Everyone is different, so individual results may vary.

 

Generally, people start to feel more vibrant and youthful before physical changes start to appear. We recommend allowing 1 to 2 months for your body to start showing visible results.

 

All in all, it depends on your body and how well you absorb natural supplements. Be patient!

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: How Do I Use Collagen?

A: You can be as creative (or as uncreative) with your collagen supplementation as you’d like.

 

Choose from our flavorless collagen or deliciously flavored options and add a scoop or two to your coffee, tea, water, or smoothie.

 

You can cook and bake with it, too! Be sure not to go over 300° Celsius or 575° F though—or your collagen will begin to deteriorate.

 

For inspiration, check out our collagen recipes here.

Q: When Should I Take My Collagen?

A: Your body can absorb and use collagen at any time of day, so you can take your supplement whenever you desire.

 

Here are a few ideas on how to incorporate collagen into your daily routine:

Morning

Adding a scoop of collagen to your cup of coffee or breakfast smoothie loads your body up with amino acids that stimulate your metabolism. This helps generate energy for your body, sustaining your endurance throughout the day (5).

 

Choose from our six delicious collagen coffee creamers.

NativePath Collagen Coffee Creamer

Afternoon

Tired of drinking plain ole water? Switch things up by adding a scoop of Peach Collagen or Wild Berry Collagen to your glass of water.

Evening

Add a scoop of Chocolate Collagen Powder to a glass of nut milk and froth. Whether warm or chilled, this makes for a rich, chocolatey treat in the evening.

Before and After a Workout

Consuming a collagen protein supplement before and after working out has been shown to improve and accelerate muscle recovery (6). Add Peach Collagen or Wild Berry Collagen to your water bottle, or add a scoop of Unflavored Collagen to your post-workout smoothie.

 

For smoothie ideas, click here.

Q: Is Collagen Safe While Pregnant Or Nursing?

A: To date, there’s no reliable research regarding the safety of consuming collagen supplements while pregnant or nursing. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please speak with your doctor first.

Q: Is NativePath Collagen Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free?

A: NativePath Collagen Powder is soy-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: Are Collagen Peptides Vegan or Vegetarian?

A: The bovine collagen peptides in this supplement are not compatible with a vegan or vegetarian diet as they are derived from pasture-raised cows.

Q: Is Collagen Keto?

A: A 10-gram serving of NativePath Collagen Powder has 9 grams of protein and is 100% Keto-friendly.

 

To avoid going over the Keto recommended daily intake of protein, remember to add your collagen serving to your daily calculations.

Q: Does Collagen Affect Blood Sugar?

Since collagen doesn’t contain any type of sweetener, it will not affect blood sugar.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: What Are the Ingredients in NativePath Collagen?

A: We believe in using as few ingredients as possible. That’s why you’ll find only one ingredient in our Unflavored Grass-Fed Collagen Powder: Bovine Collagen.

Q: What Does NativePath Collagen Taste Like?

A: NativePath Collagen is tasteless and odorless, making it easy to mix with your favorite foods and beverages.

Q: Where Is NativePath Collagen Sourced?

A: NativePath Collagen comes from the hides of verified pasture-raised, grass-fed cows from farms in Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia. Regardless of manufacture location, all final blending, testing, and packaging take place in Illinois, USA.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: How Much Fat, Carbs, and Sugar Are In NativePath Collagen?

A: NativePath Collagen has no sugar, carbs, and fat. Just 9 grams of protein per 10-gram scoop!

Q: Which Amino Acids Are In NativePath Collagen?

A: The following chart breaks down which amino acids—and how much—are in a 10-gram scoop of NativePath Collagen Peptides.

Amino Acids in NativePath Collagen Powder
Amino Acids in NativePath Collagen Powder

Q: How Quickly Will My Order Be Shipped to Me?

Our products typically ship within 24 hours. You can expect to receive your order in 7 to 10 business days for orders within the United States.

 

For questions about your order, please contact us at cs@NativePath.com.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: What If It Doesn't Work for Me?

A: All NativePath Supplements are backed by a 60-day money-back guarantee from the date of delivery for all sealed, unopened, and some opened products that are returned to our warehouse.

 

Read Our Refund Policy Here.

Q: What Is Collagen?

A: Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body—found in your bones, joints, connective tissue, skin, hair, nails, and more (1).

 

It’s considered the “glue” that holds your body together, and is the key protein needed to keep bones strong, joints ache-free, and skin elastic and youthful.

Q: What Are the Benefits of Collagen?

A: Collagen boasts numerous benefits, some of which include (2, 3):

 

  • • Thicker, longer hair
  • • Stronger, less brittle nails
  • • Elastic, glowing skin
  • • Stronger, denser bones
  • • Enhanced connective tissue
  • • Improved muscle tissue recovery

Q: Why Do I Need Collagen?

A: Collagen is naturally produced by the body. However, once you hit your 20s, collagen production starts to decline by approximately 1% each year (4).

 

So, by the time you’re 50 years of age, your collagen levels have been cut by 50%, leaving you with 50% of the collagen you started with.

Percentage of collagen decline with age

This results in fragile bones, achy joints, loose, wrinkled skin, brittle nails, thinning hair, and more.

Q: What’s the Difference between Collagen Peptides and Hydrolyzed Collagen?

A: When buying a collagen supplement, it’s crucial that it’s labeled as “collagen peptides” or “hydrolyzed collagen”.

 

Both of these terms—peptides and hydrolyzed—mean the same thing.

 

Put simply, peptides and hydrolyzed signify that the collagen has been broken down into smaller, more absorbable particles. This results in faster, more transformational health benefits (3).

Q: How Much Collagen Should I Take?

A: When people first begin collagen supplementation, we recommend two phases:

 

1. Collagen Loading

2. Collagen Maintenance

 

The Collagen Loading Phase consists of 20 to 40 grams of collagen daily for 8 weeks.

 

The Collagen Maintenance Phase consists of 10 to 20 grams of collagen daily, indefinitely.

 

However, if you’re one who’s taking collagen to increase bone density or help with stiff, achy joints, it’s recommended to supplement with at least 30 to 40 grams daily, indefinitely.

Q: How Quickly Will I See Results?

A: Everyone is different, so individual results may vary.

 

Generally, people start to feel more vibrant and youthful before physical changes start to appear. We recommend allowing 1 to 2 months for your body to start showing visible results.

 

All in all, it depends on your body and how well you absorb natural supplements. Be patient!

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: How Do I Use Collagen?

A: You can be as creative (or as uncreative) with your collagen supplementation as you’d like.

 

Choose from our flavorless collagen or deliciously flavored options and add a scoop or two to your coffee, tea, water, or smoothie.

 

You can cook and bake with it, too! Be sure not to go over 300° Celsius or 575° F though—or your collagen will begin to deteriorate.

 

For inspiration, check out our collagen recipes here.

Q: When Should I Take My Collagen?

A: Your body can absorb and use collagen at any time of day, so you can take your supplement whenever you desire.

 

Here are a few ideas on how to incorporate collagen into your daily routine:

Morning

Adding a scoop of collagen to your cup of coffee or breakfast smoothie loads your body up with amino acids that stimulate your metabolism. This helps generate energy for your body, sustaining your endurance throughout the day (5).

 

Choose from our six delicious collagen coffee creamers.

NativePath Collagen Coffee Creamer

Afternoon

Tired of drinking plain ole water? Switch things up by adding a scoop of Peach Collagen or Wild Berry Collagen to your glass of water.

Evening

Add a scoop of Chocolate Collagen Powder to a glass of nut milk and froth. Whether warm or chilled, this makes for a rich, chocolatey treat in the evening.

Before and After a Workout

Consuming a collagen protein supplement before and after working out has been shown to improve and accelerate muscle recovery (6). Add Peach Collagen or Wild Berry Collagen to your water bottle, or add a scoop of Unflavored Collagen to your post-workout smoothie.

 

For smoothie ideas, click here.

Q: Is Collagen Safe While Pregnant Or Nursing?

A: To date, there’s no reliable research regarding the safety of consuming collagen supplements while pregnant or nursing. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please speak with your doctor first.

Q: Is NativePath Collagen Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free?

A: NativePath Collagen Powder is soy-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: Are Collagen Peptides Vegan or Vegetarian?

A: The bovine collagen peptides in this supplement are not compatible with a vegan or vegetarian diet as they are derived from pasture-raised cows.

Q: Is Collagen Keto?

A: A 10-gram serving of NativePath Collagen Powder has 9 grams of protein and is 100% Keto-friendly.

 

To avoid going over the Keto recommended daily intake of protein, remember to add your collagen serving to your daily calculations.

Q: Does Collagen Affect Blood Sugar?

Since collagen doesn’t contain any type of sweetener, it will not affect blood sugar.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: What Are the Ingredients in NativePath Collagen?

A: We believe in using as few ingredients as possible. That’s why you’ll find only one ingredient in our Unflavored Grass-Fed Collagen Powder: Bovine Collagen.

Q: What Does NativePath Collagen Taste Like?

A: NativePath Collagen is tasteless and odorless, making it easy to mix with your favorite foods and beverages.

Q: Where Is NativePath Collagen Sourced?

A: NativePath Collagen comes from the hides of verified pasture-raised, grass-fed cows from farms in Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia. Regardless of manufacture location, all final blending, testing, and packaging take place in Illinois, USA.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: How Much Fat, Carbs, and Sugar Are In NativePath Collagen?

A: NativePath Collagen has no sugar, carbs, and fat. Just 9 grams of protein per 10-gram scoop!

Q: Which Amino Acids Are In NativePath Collagen?

A: The following chart breaks down which amino acids—and how much—are in a 10-gram scoop of NativePath Collagen Peptides.

Amino Acids in NativePath Collagen Powder

Q: How Quickly Will My Order Be Shipped to Me?

Our products typically ship within 24 hours. You can expect to receive your order in 7 to 10 business days for orders within the United States.

 

For questions about your order, please contact us at cs@NativePath.com.

NativePath Grass-Fed Collagen Powder

Q: What If It Doesn't Work for Me?

A: All NativePath Supplements are backed by a 60-day money-back guarantee from the date of delivery for all sealed, unopened, and some opened products that are returned to our warehouse.

 

Read Our Refund Policy Here.

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