Debunking the 3 Most Common Myths About Coffee Collagen

Coffee collagen is a trendy product that has gained more and more popularity recently, but it has also raised many questions. What is it and why is it needed? Does coffee collagen contain caffeine and how much collagen is there anyway? In this blog article, we will find out whether the hit product in the health world is really beneficial and disprove the 3 most common myths about coffee collagen.

Myth #1: Coffee collagen contains coffee and is not suitable for those who avoid caffeine

Coffee collagen powders actually contain just collagen powder and they are meant to be added to coffee. They do not contain either coffee or caffeine and usually consist of collagen and some flavoring additives. For example, there are two coffee collagen powders available in the Be More e-shop:

1. Coffee collagen with carob and cocoa – in addition to collagen, it contains raw cocoa powder, carob powder and pea protein

2. Coffee collagen with vanilla and inulin – in addition to collagen it contains inulin, vanilla, and pea protein

These products are specially designed to give the coffee a nice flavor nuance and also supply the body with collagen, which is a very necessary protein for our joints, hair and nails. At the same time, there is no restriction on the use of coffee collagens with other drinks or meals. It’s perfect as an addition to smoothies or porridge, and caffeine avoiders don’t have to worry about getting caffeine from the coffee collagen product.

Myth #2: The collagen in a coffee collagen product is destroyed by hot temperatures and should not be added to coffee

In reality, there is no need to worry about the fact that hot coffee can somehow have a bad effect on collagen peptides. Studies have shown that heat below 150°C does not have a bad effect on collagen. The temperature of the coffee drink usually remains below 100°C. Also, caffeine does not affect the absorption of collagen. Coffee collagen powder is therefore ideal for adding to both cold and hot drinks.

Myth #3: Coffee collagen is low in collagen and has no benefits

Each coffee collagen product is different and it is always worth reading the information on the package. For example, Be More coffee collagen powders contain more than 55% collagen. We recommend adding 2 teaspoons of Be More coffee collagen powder to your coffee, which makes a total of 5500mg of collagen. There is no recommended daily intake for collagen supplements, but a 2019 analysis of clinical trials found that consuming 2.5 to 15 grams of hydrolyzed collagen daily is safe and effective.

The benefits of collagen have also been proven by research. Collagen is a very important protein in our body, which is necessary for bones, muscles, joints, tendons, skin and other important body tissues. Up to the age of 18, the human body can produce collagen by itself, but at the age of 18-29, this ability begins to gradually decrease. Due to this process, the skin starts to loosen, the nails can become more fragile, and in older age joint problems may arise. While it’s true that certain foods (eg, bone broth) can support collagen production, getting enough collagen through diet alone is difficult. However, collagen supplements provide a concentrated amount of a very important protein (collagen), ensuring you get enough to support your skin, hair, nails and joints. Adding coffee collagen powder to your coffee is a simple and effective way to increase your collagen intake.

Welcome: Be More’s new star – coffee collagen with vanilla and inulin

Last year’s best-selling product coffee collagen with carob and cocoa has received an addition! The new coffee collagen powder is already gaining popularity and contains, in addition to collagen, wonderful bourbon vanilla powder, stomach-filling pea protein and inulin. Due to the high content of fiber and protein, it contributes to the feeling of fullness. Inulin, a soluble fiber with a prebiotic effect, gives a slightly sweeter taste, and thanks to this, the coffee drink no longer needs any additional sweetener!

1 serving (2 teaspoons) of coffee collagen powder with vanilla provides a 5600 mg of collagen and 6.5 g of protein. The morning coffee routine will become even more pleasant and enjoyable from now on, because what could be more delicious than vanilla-flavored morning coffee!

Coffee collagen with vanilla and inulin is suitable for:

  • for everyone who wants to add plant-based protein and vanilla flavor to their coffee
  • for those who want to improve skin elasticity
  • for those who have a problem with joint health
  • usage during pregnancy and breastfeeding

Coffee collagen is more than just a trend—it’s a practical and beneficial addition to your wellness routine. By debunking these common myths, it’s clear that coffee collagen can be a tasty, effective, and convenient way to support your overall health. So next time you brew your morning cup, consider adding a scoop of collagen and sip your way to better health and beauty.

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