I’ve been using collagen peptides from Costco. Even on sale, these are expensive. I’ve been taking 2 doses per day, and have to say this is one of the only – maybe THE only - thing I believe helps me. Many of the dark spots on my skin are waaaaaay lighter, for instance. My left shoulder, always a problem due to a torn rotator cuff muscle, is way better. (I can’t say the same for so many other things: vitamin C; berberine; alpha-lipoic acid; creatinine; the list goes on and on.)
Anyway, I am thinking of making “bone broth” with chicken bones and feet. So the dog can have some, and supposedly because it’s better to repair the digestive track, I was not going to use onions or salt or anything but bones. (Maybe some apple cider vinegar, though I can’t see that this is useful.)
The “collagen” that I get from bone broth, how does this compare with the “collagen peptides” I’m getting from Costco? I’m assuming the amount will be much less in the broth, but is there anything else different?
This is what Costco has:
(Though I just noticed that this has added Vitamin C…did not know that.)