250 g | 30 Servings
Looking for a super clean, sustainable marine collagen? This collagen is sourced from beautiful Nova Scotia, made sustainably from wild-caught fish from the North Atlantic. Many studies show that collagen can help support the health of joints, skin, hair and nails. Make this collagen part of your routine by adding it to any beverage or food of your choice.
We recommend ordering this product with a Landish latte or protein shake for maximum nutrition. Because it’s tasteless and odourless, it also works great in coffee, tea, water, yogurt or pretty much anything you can cook or bake.
This collagen booster is made with a hint of coconut oil for a small dose of brain energizing medium chain triglycerides (MCT) and a rich, enjoyable texture. To avoid clumping, make sure to whisk, shake, or blend.
7.5 g Collagen
7 g Protein
0 g Sugar
0 g Carbs
Collagen is the principal protein found in skin, bones, cartilage and the body’s connective tissues. Marine collagen is made from the scales of fish. Hydrolyzed marine collagen is a marine collagen that has undergone hydrolysis, a clean, enzymatic process that involves breaking the collagen down to more digestible collagen peptides (groups of amino acids) for maximum absorption, bioavailability and effectiveness.
Landish marine collagen is produced in Nova Scotia, Canada, made from wild caught deep sea fish from Canadian and North Atlantic waters.
Yes, Landish marine collagen is 100% safe. Collagen is widely consumed without side effects.
Collagen peptides have:
Approval from Health Canada
Approval from the World Health Organization
Generally Regarded As Safe (GRAS) status from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Cleanliness & Purity
Every batch of Landish marine collagen goes through a clean purification process and is then thoroughly lab tested to ensure safety and the absence of any harmful contaminants such as pathogens or heavy metals. This collagen does not even hit the testing threshold of 0.02 parts per million (ppm) of mercury (i.e. there is not a meaningful or detectable amount of mercury in it). This is at least 25x below the Canadian health standard of 0.5 ppm.
Also, because Landish marine collagen is sourced from wild fish, there is no possibility of it being exposed to any hormones, antibiotics or any bovine, avian, or porcine diseases.
Finally, because this collagen is sourced from the North Atlantic and not the Pacific, you don’t need to worry about radiation caused by the Fukushima nuclear disaster of 2011.
When sourcing this product, its safety and purity was our top priority and it continues to be. We and thousands of our customers consume this collagen with not a single worry!
There is 7.5 g of collagen per 8.5 g serving of Marine Collagen Booster.
Adult women and men can benefit from consuming collagen. Collagen is an essential protein for our skin, cartilage, and other tissues in the body whose health and integrity can be impaired by a variety of factors.
You can mix our collagen into hot or cold drinks, or incorporate it into any food of your choice.
For optimal efficiency, it is recommended to consume our marine collagen with vitamin C in a smoothie, juice, tea, yogurt with fruits, soup, or lemon water. Consuming our marine collagen on an empty stomach can help achieve maximum absorption.
We recommend taking 2 tablespoons (8.5 g) of Landish Marine Booster daily (i.e. 7.5 g of collagen). Consuming more collagen than this is not harmful. Generally, people start to experience results after approximately 4-8 weeks.
Landish marine collagen is odourless and has an almost imperceptible taste. Though it is sourced from fish, our marine collagen is a purified protein so it’s normal that it would not have any fishy taste or smell.
Because marine collagen is made from fish, we advise you not to consume this product if you are allergic to fish.
No, Landish marine collagen contains no traces of shellfish.
Yes, Landish products were made to be consumed together! We encourage you to add your marine collagen to our lattes and shakes.
Though we have many customers taking prescription medication and our marine collagen without any issue, we always recommend that you speak to a health practitioner first if you have any concerns about consuming marine collagen while on medication.
We advise that you consult a doctor prior to consuming our marine collagen if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding.
Many women find there to be no concerns with postpartum consumption of marine collagen and experience its many benefits, including improved hydration, firmness and elasticity of skin and thicker hair and nails. Marine collagen, which is primarily type I collagen, is considered to be the best for these purposes.
Landish marine collagen is sustainable in that it’s made from a by-product (fish skins), preventing food waste and not requiring any additional fishing.
Yes, our marine collagen is gluten free.
Yes, our marine collagen is certified kosher and certified halal.
Actually, studies* show that high levels of marine collagen peptides are found in the bloodstream following ingestion, meaning that they resist digestion and are efficiently absorbed from the digestive tract. This allows them to be delivered to target locations in the body like skin and cartilage.
* Yazaki, et al., (2017) Oral Ingestion of Collagen Hydrolysate Leads to the Transportation of Highly Concentrated Gly-Pro-Hyp and Its Hydrolyzed Form of ProHyp into the Bloodstream and Skin, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
Yes, here are some examples of clinical research on the beneficial effects of collagen peptides:
1. Moskowitz R.W. (2000) Role of collagen hydrolysate in bone and joint disease, Seminars Arthritis Rheum.
2. Ohara H (2007) Comparison of quantity and structures of hydroxyproline-containing peptides in human blood after oral ingestion of gelatin hydrolysates from different sources, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
3. Hitoshi Matsumoto, et al., (2006) Clinical Effects of Fish Type I collagen hydrolysate on skin properties, ITE Letters on Batteries, New Technologies and Medicine.
4. Yazaki, et al., (2017) Oral Ingestion of Collagen Hydrolysate Leads to the Transportation of Highly Concentrated Gly-Pro-Hyp and Its Hydrolyzed Form of ProHyp into the Bloodstream and Skin, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
5. Schunck, et al., (2015) Dietary Supplementation with Specific Collagen Peptides Has a Body Mass Index-Dependent Beneficial Effect on Cellulite Morphology, Journal of Medicinal Food.
6.Castellanos VH, Litchford MD, Campbell WW, (2006) Modular Protein Supplements and Their Application for Long-Term Care, Nutrition in Clinical Practice.
7.Bello A.E. (2006) Collagen hydrolysate for the treatment of osteoarthritis and other joint disorders: a review of the literature, Current Medical Research Opinions.
So far so good. I've only used it a handle of time so far I'll keep you update.
Service was great and a benefit I wasn't expecting is that there is no yucky flavor so you CAN literally put it in coffee or whatever. I put it in my daily oatmeal. Love it!
I add the powder to warm milk and mix it before adding my Nespresso coffee. It mixes well and does not change the taste of the latte.