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"Yes, There Is Such Thing as Vegan Collagen: Here's What You Need to Know"

Updated: Mar 4



Hey there, it's Steve Pilot, your friendly neighborhood-certified vegan nutritionist, and personal trainer.


Today, we're going to talk about something near and dear to my heart (and skin): vegan collagen.


"The Benefits of Vegan Collagen Supplements for Skin Health"




Now, I know what you're thinking.


"Steve, isn't collagen only found in animal products?" And I'm here to tell you, my dear friends, that you couldn't be more wrong.

Yes, traditional sources of collagen are derived from animal parts, but that doesn't mean we vegans have to miss out on the benefits.


So, what do we vegans use to replace collagen?


Great question! Plant-based sources of collagen exist, like bamboo and sea buckthorn, and other vegan ingredients like vitamin C and zinc support collagen production in the body.


Plus, plenty of vegan collagen supplements on the market use these ingredients to deliver the same benefits without harming any animals.


"But Steve," you might ask, "how do vegans increase collagen?" I'm glad you asked.

Lifestyle factors like avoiding smoking and excessive sun exposure, staying hydrated, and getting enough sleep can all help support collagen production.


And of course, eating a healthy, plant-based diet rich in the nutrients needed for collagen production is key.



Now, you might be wondering what vegan collagen is made out of.


Well, as I mentioned before, plant-based sources like bamboo and sea buckthorn are used to create vegan collagen supplements.


Some brands also use vegan-friendly ingredients like peptides and hyaluronic acid to further support skin health.


"But Steve," you say, "I don't know anything about vegan collagen supplements. Which ones should I try?"

Fear not, my friends, because I've got you covered.


There are plenty of vegan collagen supplements out there, from powders to capsules to gummies. I recommend researching and finding one that fits your specific needs and budget.


So, to wrap things up, vegan collagen is a fantastic option for vegans who want to support their skin health without harming animals.


There are plenty of plant-based sources and supplements available, along with lifestyle tips, that can help increase collagen production in the body.






So go ahead and give it a try, my fellow vegans!


Your skin (and the animals) will thank you.


  1. Healthline: "5 Vegan Collagen Boosters for Healthy Hair, Skin, and Nails" https://www.healthline.com/health/vegan-collagen-boosters

  2. Medical News Today: "What to know about vegan collagen" https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/vegan-collagen

  3. Byrdie: "Vegan Collagen Exists, and These Plant-Based Alternatives Help Boost Its Production" https://www.byrdie.com/vegan-collagen-4780499

  4. The Beet: "5 Plant-Based Sources of Collagen for Healthier Skin, Hair, and Joints" https://thebeet.com/5-plant-based-sources-of-collagen-for-healthier-skin-hair-and-joints/

These sources provide information on the benefits of vegan collagen, plant-based sources of collagen, and how to increase collagen production naturally as a vegan.


They are all reputable sources of information and can provide more in-depth research on the topic.




Check out:


https://www.stevepilotfitness.com/post/boost-your-iron-intake-with-these-delicious-vegan-foods


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