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Dr. Axe Multi Collagen Protein - 1 lb

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Multi-Collagen Protein (All-In-One)

Dr. Axe Multi Collagen Protein Powder—Contains Collagen Type I, II, III, V and X from Four Food Sources (beef, chicken, fish and eggshell membrane):

  • 7 grams of Protein (per serving)
  • Skin, Gut, and Joint Support†
  • Mixes Instantly (Odorless, Tasteless)
  • Adds Collagen Boost to Any Meal
  • CONTAINS: Eggs, Fish

Health Benefits



  • Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides from Grass-Fed Beef
  • Collagen from Chicken Bone Broth
  • Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides from Wild Fish
  • Collagen from Eggshell Membrane
  • 7 grams of Protein (per serving)
  •  Skin, Gut, and Joint Support
  • Mixes Instantly
  • Odorless, Tasteless
  • Adds Collagen Boost to Any Meal
  • CONTAINS: Eggs, Fish
  • Contains No Added: milk, shellfish, tree nuts, wheat, peanuts, soy. Made on equipment that also processes milk, eggs, fish, tree nuts and soy.

Most of us don’t get enough collagen in our diets, and collagen levels can start to drop as early as when a person’s in their 20s. But there’s a whole lot of life to live after our 20s.

If you’re looking to boost your collagen intake, Dr. Axe Multi Collagen Protein powder could be just what you’re looking for. Most collagens on the market provide only one source of collagen, but Dr. Axe Multi Collagen Protein provides the power of five collagen types from four different sources!

Dr. Axe Multi Collagen Protein includes hydrolyzed bovine collagen peptides, chicken bone broth collagen concentrate, hydrolyzed fish collagen peptides and eggshell membrane collagen, providing collagen Type I, II, III, V and X.

Why hydrolyzed collagen peptides? Hydrolyzed collagen—also known as collagen hydrolysate or collagen peptides—is collagen derived from bone, cartilage and connective tissues. The hydrolysis process results in small, intact amino acids which haven’t been damaged and help to form and support collagen in the body.

Odorless, tasteless and easy-to-mix Dr. Axe Multi Collagen Protein can be added to a wide variety of healthy foods and beverages, and can:

  •  Promote healthy skin
  •  Support healthy digestive function
  •  Support healthy joints


Collagen is one of the reasons our bodies don’t fall apart. Collagen literally functions to hold you together—everything from your joints, bones, ligaments and tendons all the way down to the cellular level, while also supporting health in a variety of other ways, depending on the type or types of collagen.

But what is collagen? Collagen is a protein made up of building blocks called amino acids and is so important that it makes up approximately 30 percent of all the proteins in the body, and different bodily systems and organs need specific proteins serving a variety of functions.

Some of those functions of protein occur in the blood, where they are necessary for clotting and for the transport of molecules, while others are involved in proper digestion, including enzymes helping to break down food. Still others are in muscles where they serve to support healthy and proper movement.

Proteins that perform such “functions” can be called “functional proteins.” There are also other proteins which are termed “structural proteins.” They’re the ones which contribute to as well as sustain the soundness of the human structure.

Collagen is a member of both protein camps because it supports the function andthe structure of the body.

Likewise, collagen is found only in animals, mostly in the flesh and connective tissue, and it’s the second most common substance in the body—second only to water. It functions to help skin retain and maintain its firmness and smoothness, while playing a large role in healthy hair and nails.

Collagen is also found throughout the body— in bones, ligaments, tendons, cartilage and other areas. For example, our bones are living tissue and serve to provide overall structural support for the body. Ligaments are a type of connective tissue which attaches bones together and also holds joints together, while tendons are bodily tissues attaching muscles to bones. Cartilage is the flexible connective tissue found in joints between bones and other bodily areas.

While collagen is found in numerous tissues in many forms, it is especially plentiful within and around our joints via cartilage. Truth be told, collagen makes up nearly 95 percent of joint cartilage.

In fact, collagen is so often thought of in its relationship to joints and their health that we can easily forget that collagen is also necessary for healthy bones, which helps keep them strong yet elastic. In fact, bones that don’t have enough collagen become dry and brittle and can often be easily broken.

The truth is that collagen is literally everywhere in the body, and when there’s enough collagen in the body, then we can “keep ourselves together” and are humming along. When collagen supplies dip, however, then we could be affected—functionally and structurally.

Nutrition & Ingredients


Packed with four different sources of collagen—bovine, chicken, fish and egg—Dr. Axe Multi Collagen Protein Powder provides collagen Type I, II, III, V and X. That’s an amazing matrix of collagen, so here’s a bit more about them.

Bovine collagen is a naturally occurring protein found in the skin, bones and muscles of cows, providing Type I and Type III collagen. Type I collagen is among the most abundant collagen found in the human body and forms collagen fibers. It’s present in ligaments, tendons, bones and other areas. Type III collagen frequently works in tandem with Type I collagen and is in bone, cartilage, bone marrow and connective tissue. Collagen Type I and III are the major components of skin, hair, nails, muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, gums, teeth, eyes and blood vessels.

Together, Types I and III collagen constitute more than 90 percent of the collagen found in the body. They are composed of amino acids which support growth, maintenance and repair of the body with extremely high amounts of the amino acids glycine and proline plus hydroxyproline and hydroxylysine, all of which are found in muscle and skin.


Glycine is a main component of collagen, and is a non-essential amino acid, meaning that the body can produce it on its own when given the proper diet. Glycine is also the smallest amino acid size-wise, but it has huge and powerful effects on the body and is catalytic in various biochemical reactions. For example, glycine is necessary for the building of healthy DNA and RNA strands, the genetic building blocks that are essential for properly functioning body cells.


Proline is also a non-essential amino acid which can be synthesized by the body through the breakdown of glutamate, another amino acid. Proline is necessary for proper collagen formation, tissue repair, healthy arterial function and for healthy blood pressure (already in the normal range).†  Proline makes up approximately 15 percent of collagen and helps the body to break down proteins to use in healthy cells.†  Since proline produces collagen, it also benefits the health of skin and skin tissue.†   

Chicken collagen is also known as collagen Type II—a protein found in the cartilage, bones and other tissues of chickens. It’s a highly popular and researched collagen. It’s also a major component of joint cartilage.

Chicken collagen helps support healthy joints and to provide joint-healthy chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine sulfate, both of which can support joint health.† Chicken collagen also contains hyaluronic acid, a gel-like substance that hydrates the skin and hair, fills the eyes, surrounds tissues around our nerves and is contained in the synovial fluid between our joints. It lubricates and cushions joints, while serving as a shock absorber in the joints.

Type II collagen can also support healthy, normal chondrocytes—small cells found within the cartilage of joints. Chondrocytes produce new collagen and mucopolysaccharides to keep joints well cushioned and lubricated.

Speaking of chondrocytes . . . collagen Type X, is a protein generally associated with chondrocytes of avian (including chicken) and mammal (including bovine) growth plate during the growth of long bones. Collagen Type X is present in normal joint cartilage.

Fish collagen is a sustainable source of collagen which generally has increased absorption rates and bioavailability due to the smaller particle size of fish collagen peptides.† It can support healthy, normal collagen synthesis in the joint tissues, bones and in the skin.

Like the other collagens in Multi Collagen Protein, fish collagen contains the amino acids glycine, proline and hydroxyproline. Hydroxyproline is a non-essential amino acid that naturally supports healthy, normal collagen production and helps to promote the stability of collagen.

Since fish collagen provides Type I collagen, the most abundant of the many collagens in the body, it’s a great addition to Multi Collagen Protein.

Then there’s eggshell membrane collagen. Substances similar to Types I and V collagens are found in each of the two layers of the eggshell membrane.

Type V collagen is one of the minor collagen components, forming interstitial collagen fibers—along with Type I collagen—and plays a significant role in regulating the development of collagen fibers of connective tissue.  Type V collagen co-exists with Type II collagen in joint cartilage while supporting healthy collagen fibers of Type II collagen.

Eggshell membrane is rich in nutrients such as chondroitin sulfate, hyaluronic acid, collagen and other glycosaminoglycans—all of which occur naturally together within the eggshell membrane, and is an effective combo of what joints need to thrive.

Remember: Dr. Axe Multi Collagen Complex Powder provides the power of five collagen types—from four food sources!



How to Use

Want to start enjoying the benefits of collagen protein?

Here are a few ways to use Multi-Collagen Protein:

  • Include 2 Tablespoons in your morning smoothie.
  • Add to baking dishes, muffins, bars or pancakes to increase protein intake.
  • Replace unhealthy protein powder with this.
  • Create a chia coconut collagen pudding.
  • Take several Tablespoons of collagen pre- and post-workout.

For best results, use 1 (or, up to 3) servings daily.

This collagen protein supplement can be taken in addition to a grass-fed protein powder or by itself.