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The Harvest Table2x 800g Pure Collagen Powder Loading Kit

R1,149

Retail: R1,860
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The Harvest Table Pure Collagen Powder is 100% pure containing no additives, preservatives or fillers. It tests at 90% protein and provides both type I and type III collagens (Bovine), which are the major components in skin, hair, nails, muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, teeth, eyes and blood vessels. The Pure Collagen Powder has a very mild flavour profile and requires a little more agitation to dissolve.

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. 

Product Features
  • Expiry Date: June 2025
  • Size: 2x 800g 
  • Ingredients: Hydrolysed Collagen containing type I and III collagen from Bovine Source.
  • Daily Recommended Intake: Serving size 2 Tablespoons (16g). You can take multiple servings per day.
  • Nutritional Information per 100g
    • Energy 1 547kJ
    • Calories 370cal
    • Protein 91g
    • Total Carbohydrates 0g
    • Total Fat 0g
    • Dietary Fibre 0g
    • Collagen 81g
    • Total Sodium 299mg
  • Usage: Add 2 tablespoons of the product into a smoothie or shake. This product can be dissolved into tea or coffee but requires some agitation to dissolve. It is delicious added to yoghurt or your morning cereal. Because of the fine nature of this product you can bake with it and some people enjoy adding it into their cooking.
  • Storage: Keep in the jar with lid tightly closed
  • Allergens: None
  • Halal Certified

For more information visit The Harvest Table 

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