Zint Premium Collagen Peptides
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So what’s the actual serving size? One picture says 1 TBSP. and the other says 2 TBSP. but the calories and protein say the same?? Thanks.
Will this help me grow claws like Sabertooth? #bucketlist
I’m not sure I fully understand what it is that this bag contains.
That stuff that people inject into their face to look younger?
Yes…What is the REAL serving size??? 1 tbsp or 2 tbsp? How can it say both???
You can if you are a politician…
Most places use 2 TBSP as a serving.
1 TBSP has has about 6g of this type of protein.
This is actually a pretty good price, the general price for 16oz is typically $24. So this is half price more or less (ignoring their original ‘twice the normal price of everyone else’ markup)
Hi all! The serving size is 2 tablespoons. The 16oz option has 38 servings and the 32oz option has 75 servings.
2 tablespoons, thanks!
2 tablespoons, thanks!
Actual it says 1 Scoop, I do not see any picture that says 1 TBS. Also I do have this at home and it also says 1 Scoop, but I usually just got by weight.
Question, when I see 'hydrolized protein, it’s often soy-based. Is this soy-based? I’m allergic to soy, so if it’s milk-based, etc., vs. soy, I’m in.
Sorry, answered my own question. BEEF based.
One and the same. Collagen based protein is supposed to have peptides that benefit joint health. It’s all the rage.
Do a search on collagen vs whey. Or bone broth.
Quack-bait alert! There are no valid studies showing this to be beneficial in any significant fashion.
I started taking collagen (this one specifically) two years ago. I have never had long hair or nice nails — about 2 months after starting, my hair started to grow like crazy (it’s almost down my back now) and my nails I constantly have to cut short. I love this stuff…melts into a hot cup of tea with no taste, I make shakes with it, I add into everything I can think of. Works wonders.
My hair and nails say otherwise.
Could I get the same result by chewing on a old piece of cow hide?
Probably, since there is no evidence that this actually has any effect on anything.