The Harvest Table Chicken Collagen Powder (Type II)- 200g

The Harvest Table Chicken Collagen Powder (Type II)- 200g
The Harvest Table Chicken Collagen Powder (Type II)- 200g
The Harvest Table Chicken Collagen Powder (Type II)- 200g

The Harvest Table Chicken Collagen Powder (Type II)- 200g

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The Harvest Table's 100% pure, Hydrolysed Chicken Collagen Powder contains Type II collagen.

Type II collagen is the main component of cartilage in the body and gives cartilage its tensile strength and elasticity. The primary function of cartilage is to cushion and protect joints and absorb mechanical stress. It is particularly prone to wear-and-tear, has poor blood supply and heals slowly.

Hydrolysed Type II collagen is widely recognised as being a key ingredient in leading-edge supplements for joint health for the following reasons;

It is hydrolysed and can thus be easily absorbed by the body

•       It is highly bioactive and bioavailable

It can protect cartilage from degeneration as a result of wear and tear

It promotes cartilage lubrication

It reduces inflammation in the synovial fluid

When you purchase a Harvest Table product you can be assured of our promise that our products contain zero added preservatives, additives, fillers or flavourants. 

The Harvest Table facility has been certified Halaal by MJC.  Our certificate number is HT 5558.

Hydrolysed Collagen (Chicken Source) containing Type II collagen

Serving size :
1 teaspoon daily. You can take multiple servings per day.


This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Chicken collagen can be added into smoothies and shakes. It is also a tasty addition to cooking and can be added into soups and stews, curries, pasta sauce or as a stock when cooking rice.

What is the benefit of type II collagen?
Type II collagen is excellent for joint health as your body uses this kind of collagen to build your joints and ligaments.

Is type II Collagen better for arthritis than type I and III collagen?
Many people benefit from type I and III collagen if they have arthritis but if you don't find an improvement on type I and III after 3 months of consistent use at the correct dosage then consider adding type II collagen into your regime.

Is type II collagen sufficient on its own?
80% of our daily collagen requirements are type I collagen and so type II collagen should be used in addition to type I and not as a complete replacement.

Does chicken collagen have a flavour?
Yes, it has a chicken flavour similar to chicken stock.


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