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Multi Collagen Protein


  • Unflavored
  • 9g protein, 0g carbs, 0g fat
  • Supports a healthy gut, skin, hair, nails and joints†
  • Features Collagen type I, II, III, V and X
  • From non-GMO, pasture-raised, cage free and cruelty free sources
  • From 4 food sources (beef, chicken, fish and eggshell membrane)
  • View our Certificate of Analysis

Suggested Usage

  • Add one scoop with 8 ounces of water or any beverage
  • Add into your daily coffee or smoothie
  • Add to pancakes, oatmeal or cookies

Product Facts

  • Form: Powder
  • Serving Size: 1 scoop (approx 10 g)
  • Number of Servings: 45
  • Product Weight: 1 lb

Dietary Restrictions

Paleo, Keto, Gluten Free, Made Without Dairy, Made Without Nuts

Health Interests

Fitness, Aging & Beauty, Joint Health, Gut Support, Wellness

Ancient Herbals – Organic Turmeric


  • Made with organic turmeric root extract and fermented turmeric root
  • Reduces joint tenderness and improves joint mobility†
  • Decreases exercise-induced joint discomfort†
  • Reduced joint discomfort by day 5†
  • Supports a healthy response to inflammation†
  • New and improved formulation for more targeted support

Suggested Usage

  • Adults take one tablet daily with a glass of water or your favorite beverage

Product Facts

  • Form: Tablet
  • Serving Size: 1 Tablet
  • # of Servings: 30
  • Product Weight 1.1 oz

Dietary Restrictions

Keto, Paleo, Gluten Free, Made Without Dairy, Made Without Nuts, Vegetarian, Vegan
Note: Our formulation has been updated as of 1/15/20

Health Interests

Joint Health, Fitness, Overall Wellness

Ancient Omegas - Whole Body


  • A powerful, omega-based support system featuring essential fatty acids from land and sea
  • Supports cardiovascular and joint health†
  • Promotes healthy cognitive function†
  • Promotes healthy aging by supporting smooth, healthy skin†
  • Organic chia oil and wild-caught fish, No farmed fish

Suggested Usage

  • Adults take three capsules daily with 8 ounces of water or juice.
  • 3 softgels = 1,000 milligrams of omega-3 fatty acids

Product Facts

  • Form: Softgel capsules
  • Serving Size: 3 capsules
  • Number of Servings: 30

Dietary Restrictions

Paleo, Keto, Gluten Free, Made Without Nuts, Made Without Dairy

Health Interests

Aging & Beauty, Immune Support, Wellness

Maybe it's time to give your joints a little more love. We bundled three joint health support favorites to include a Multi Collagen Protein which gives you support for your joints, skin, nails, and gut; Fermented Turmeric Capsules (for a healthy response to inflammation); and a powerful, omega-based support system featuring essential fatty acids from land and sea to support cardiovascular and joint health.

Why collagen could be the most transformational substance in the world

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. Up to 30% of all the protein in your body is collagen protein. Up to 70% of skin, hair, nails and nearly 100% of connective tissues are collagen. It literally holds you together: from the hairs on your head, to every inch of your skin, to your joint comfort and mobility. It even impacts the overall health of your gut, including gut integrity.. 

There’s a reason that collagen supplementation, in addition to an overall healthy diet and lifestyle, is being dubbed as the new essential in the wellness and beauty community. Many people’s collagen is breaking down at an accelerated rate… and it’s not being replaced in the standard modern diet.

Is collagen what’s missing in your diet more than Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Omega-3s and Probiotics? Did you even know you probably need to replenish it regularly?

Once you hit 25 Years of Age, Your Body Could Start Losing Collagen

As we age, our bodies’ natural production of collagen slows dramatically. Over 25? Your body is probably not replenishing collagen as quickly as you are losing it, since replenishment slows with age.

As your body slows its collagen production, you’ll typically end up with skin that “looks older” with less skin elasticity, vibrancy and hydration, creaky joints, or even gut disturbances. It could even mean thinner hair and brittle nails.

And none of us are exempt from this natural aging process.

Collagen is going to diminish with age. Period.

The typical woman can expect to lose about 1 to 2 percent of her body’s collagen every year starting in her mid-30s, and this rate generally only increases as she makes her way through her 40s, 50s and beyond.

There’s evidence that collagen production in sun-protected and well-maintained skin of older adults (over the age of 80) is up to 75 percent less than the production in the skin of young adults (under the age of 30).

Yes! You read that right. There’s up to 75% less collagen in elderly adults as compared to those in young adulthood. That’s a staggering number.

Have you ever met someone who was in their 20s, but you could have sworn she was 45? Or seen that rare 70-year old woman with the skin of someone in her 30s? It’s true, something like perceived age is partially due to genetics. But it’s not totally up to fate. It’s also up to a person’s diet, lifestyle and collagen stores.

And age is not the only thing that can slow down production and deplete collagen from your body. If you’re worried about the breakdown of your own collagen, take a look at the list below of 10 lifestyle factors that are considered “collagen killers”.

10 Surprising Collagen Killers

  1. Poor sleep
  2. Too much sugar in the diet
  3. Injuries and joint degeneration
  4. High cortisol from emotional stress
  5. Sun overexposure
  6. Diet low in antioxidants
  7. Sitting all day and lack of activity
  8. Bad gut health
  9. Nutrient shortfalls of vitamin C and zinc
  10. Free radicals

You can fight back against collagen loss through a few combined approaches:

  • Limit your exposure to damaging UV rays and other environmental toxins
  • Consume collagen-boosting foods
  • Support and promote the skin’s health by supplementing with collagen

It would be nice if you could get all the collagen you need from food. But frankly, even the healthiest diets are quite low in collagen, because only a small number of foods have a significant amount of it.

If you’re looking to make dietary changes that can help your body boost its own collagen production, consider the 5 below.

The Top 5 Collagen Boosters

Chicken Bone Broth (preferably simmered for 48 hours with bones, along with tendons and ligaments for the most collagen)

  1. Chicken Bone Broth (preferably simmered for 48 hours with bones, along with tendons and ligaments for the most collagen)
  2. Adaptogenic herbs including Ashwagandha, Holy Basil, Ginseng and Fo-Ti
  3. Vitamin C-rich foods including kiwi, citrus, camu camu, broccoli, bell peppers and kale.
  4. Sulfur-rich foods including garlic, onions, egg yolks and cruciferous vegetables
  5. Antioxidant-rich herbs, spices and foods including turmeric, rosemary, green tea, acai and goji berries.

All of the above are great collagen boosters, but none of them compare to the greatest collagen booster in the world, which is collagen itself that comes from sources including chicken broth, beef broth, wild fish broth and eggshell membranes.

That’s why I believe that supplementing with a multi collagen protein is a must when it comes to healthy, smooth skin and overall body health.

Finally, an Easy Way to Boost Your Collagen

My wife Chelsea and I used to drive over an hour to pick up ingredients to make our bone broth weekly to get the collagen boost our bodies craved. But after all the time and effort of making it, we would run out after just a few days. I knew I needed to get collagen EVERY DAY, not just days when I was lucky enough to have time to simmer bone broth.

My clients who were looking to boost their health also knew they needed to get collagen every day, but were running into the time- and labor-intensive obstacle of simmering bone broth every day.

That’s why I came up with the solution of making a multi-source collagen in the most simple form possible: a tasteless, dissolvable powder. Now I take it daily, as do thousands of others who have discovered the power of incorporating it into their lives.

Not All Collagen Products are Created Equal

Choosing the right collagen supplement for you doesn’t need to be complicated. Multi Collagen Protein stands in a league of its own.

What sets Multi Collagen Protein apart:

  • 5 types of collagen instead of 1 or 2. Unlike many supplements, our collagen features 5 different types of collagen to support different body parts and functions through the collagen receptors found in your body. You’ll find types I, II, III, V and X in our proprietary Multi Collagen Protein blend.
  • All Collagen. No Filler. 
  • Pure taste. This nearly tasteless, dissolvable powder can be added to virtually anything. 
  • Scrupulous sourcing. The 4 food sources in our collagen are sourced from the places that make sense. Eggshell membrane from USDA certified hatcheries. Grass-fed beef from South American cattle. MSC certified wild-caught fish (pollock) from the US. And chicken bone broth from US chickens. 
  • Clean, minimal ingredients. Check our label. You’ll only find 4 total ingredients, all from real food sources raised without antibiotics or hormones. Everything is non-GMO. Our supply chain is clean from start to finish. 
  • Study-supported benefits. We don’t make claims that our product will fix all of your problems. But we stand by the benefits you’ll find called out on our bottle for your skin, gut and joint support. Since collagen is the most abundant protein in your body and naturally diminishes with age, we believe adding it back in makes a big difference. 
  • Hydrolyzed collagen. What does hydrolyzed mean? Basically, it means that protein chains are broken down into single amino acids so they can typically be better digested and absorbed by your body. 
  • Try it risk free. Buy with confidence when purchasing exclusively from Ancient Nutrition. If you're not 100% satisfied with your purchase, we will happily refund your order within 60 days of purchase. It's that simple!

    Why do 5 types of collagen matter?

    Generally speaking, different types of collagen support different functions and body parts. Here’s what each one you’ll find in Multi Collagen Protein can do for you.

    Hydrolyzed Bovine Hide Collagen Peptides

    The hydrolyzed bovine hide collagen peptides in Multi Collagen Protein are grass fed, cruelty free, hormone free and allergy free (gluten, dairy, tree nuts, egg, soy, peanuts, crustaceans, etc.)

    They can:

    • Support healthy skin elasticity†   
    • Support healthy skin hydration (in combination with other ingredients)†
    • Support healthy skin†
    • Support a healthy gut†
    • Support healthy joint function†

    Chicken Collagen Type II from chicken bone broth collagen concentrate can:

    • Support joint-health with benefits reported as early as 3 weeks†  
    • Support key areas of joint health, including joint comfort, flexibility and physical function†
    • Support healthy joint function†

    Hydrolyzed Fish Collagen Peptides from wild pollock can:

    • Support healthy skin elasticity†
    • Support healthy skin hydration (in combination with other ingredients)†

    Eggshell Membrane Collagen can:

    • Support knee comfort and flexibility†
    • Support joint comfort, both rapidly and continuously†
    • Support healthy joint flexibility†
    • Support comfortable range of motion†
    • Support healthy joint recovery after exercise as well as healthy flexibility†
    • Support comfort immediately following exercise†

    You get the picture. Your body has more potential to benefit when consuming these many types of collagen, as opposed to consuming just one type or two types.

    Want to start enjoying the benefits of Multi Collagen Protein?

    Here are a few ways to use it:

    • Include one serving in your morning smoothie.
    • Add to baking dishes, muffins, bars or pancakes to increase protein intake.
    • Replace other supplements, like whey protein powder, with this.
    • Create a chia coconut collagen pudding.
    • Take one serving of collagen pre- or post-workout. 

    Organic Turmeric—Supports Healthy Joints


    What is fermentation and why is it important?

    Fermentation is an ancient process used to break down food into more absorbable components.

    Here are some key benefits of fermentation:

    • Fermentation pre-digests nutrients and beneficial compounds into more accessible and bioavailable forms.
    • In some instances, fermentation can actually make certain foods more edible and more digestible, such as roots, leaves, nuts, tubers, seeds and grains.
    • Fermentation can increase the presence of probiotics in the food.

    Each Ancient Apothecary Herbal formula is infused with Organic Essential Oils and CO2 extracts.

    The Power of Essential Oils

    Essential oils are often referred to as the “life blood” of plants and trees. They are the concentrated oils of herbs, plants and trees.

    For example, it takes approximately 3,000 lemons to make one kilo of lemon essential oil, while one 15mL bottom of lemon essential oil takes about 75 lemons! To go deeper, there are nearly 300 drops in a 15mL bottle, so 1 drop of lemon essential oil is made by using ¼ of a whole lemon!

    Likewise, 150 pounds of lavender is necessary for just one pound of pure lavender essential oil, while one 15mL bottle of lavender oil requires 27 square feet of lavender plants. With approximately 300 drops of lavender oil in a 15mL bottle, one drop equals nearly .09 square feet of lavender plants.

    The bottom line: here’s a whole lot of beneficial plant life in essential oils.

    These precious oils can be distilled or extracted using CO2 and bottled, and when steam distilled, essential oils keep the “frequency” that they had when they resided in the plant.

    Additionally, essential oils provide lipo-soluble fractions of plants. Since plants contain both water- and fat-soluble active compounds, we believe it is important to consume a full spectrum of beneficial compounds. Fats and oils are beneficial for the effective delivery of key antioxidant compounds.

    Therefore, essential oils infused into herbal formulas can help serve as a delivery system for botanicals.

    Here’s the takeaway: Essential oils are some of Nature’s wonders!  

    That’s why you’ll find essential oils in each and every Ancient Apothecary Fermented Herbs.

    The Importance of Organic Herbs

    It’s no secret that in conventionally grown foods and herbs, farmers often use a variety of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides synthetic fertilizers and many other "processing agents” which often remain in and on the food or herbs. Even washing these foods or herbs can’t get many of these off the produce.

    Why? Because nearly 20 percent of the 17,000 (or more) pesticides in use today are known as systemic pesticides—those which reside inside the plant via its root system and have permeated the plant. That means they’re everywhere within the plants themselves and can’t be washed off.

    To try to avoid these chemicals in and on our food, many people choose to go organic. That reason alone is enough to make going organic is all the rage these days.


    The Importance of Healthy Joints

    The body is said to have 360 joints, although it’s a count that varies due to what is defined as a joint and a person’s age. For example, some joints fuse together over time. However, it’s safe to say that there are between 200 and 400 joints in the human body.

    That means that there are hundreds of joints in the body, and you probably don’t even think about your body’s hundreds of joints—unless they’re not doing their jobs quite so well. Then not only do you think about them, but you also want to make sure they’re comfortable.

    Joints need to be working correctly, too, because they have a lot of work to do. Your joints function like hinges at the point where two bones come together, and the truth is that you wouldn’t be able to bend, twist or even turn around easily without your joints.

    Of course, bones are great for strength, but if we had only bones, then movement would be impossible. Nature solved this by dividing the skeleton into many bones and placing joints where bones meet.

    Joints, also known as articulations, are strong connections that join the bones, teeth and cartilage of the body to one another. Each joint has a specialized shape and structure controlling the range of motion between the parts that it connects.

    Healthy joints should move comfortably, but sometimes they don’t—for a variety of reasons. 

    Truth is, millions of Americans have occasional joint discomfort, and joint issues can happen to any joint in the body, but the larger, weight-bearing ones are the most common ones affected: the hips, the knees, etc. Why? They’re the ones that have a lifetime of stress put on them, and the more stress a joint is under, the more discomfort it can feel.     

    In short, joints are pretty amazing and super important to our health, well-being and movement. That’s why it’s so important to take care of them.

    Turmeric, Curcuminoids, Curcumin and Turmerones

    Turmeric, curcuminoids, curcumin and turmerones are not the same or interchangeable terms.

    Here’s why: turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a distinctive yellow spice; curcuminoids are a family of active compounds within turmeric which includes curcumin;curcumin is part of curcuminoids—a small but potent, vastly studied and important part of turmeric; turmerones are also bioactive molecules found within turmeric but haven’t been studied as much as curcumin has been.

    With that foundation, let’s get started.

    With a long track record (over 4,000 years) of health benefits, turmeric (Curcuma longa), a perennial herbaceous plant, supports overall health.

    And here’s a powerful force behind turmeric: Curcumin.

    In the 1970s, scientists found that the bright orange color in turmeric is due to its  antioxidants within it via what’s called curcuminoid compounds, of which curcumin (which has been the subject of more than 2,000 published studies in the past few years alone) is believed to be the most potent.

    In short, the yellow or orange pigment of turmeric, called curcumin, is significant.

    There’s widespread interest in curcumin, the active compound found in the rhizome (underground stem) of turmeric, but turmerones and other active compounds in turmeric haven’t been as thoroughly explored.

    Besides curcumin and turmerones, there are additionally over 200 unique compounds that have already been identified in turmeric, including 109 sesquiterpenes; 68 monoterpenes; 22 diarylheptanoids; 8 phenolic compounds, 5 diterpenes; 4 sterols; 3 triterpenes and 2 alkaloids,

    You see, there’s a lot in turmeric!

    Turmerones are bioactive molecules in turmeric which can also benefit health.

    Curcumin and turmerones are not the same, but they both can offer benefits.  


    Ancient Omegas Whole Body features a special combination of organic plant and wild ocean omega fatty acids, including some unique omegas you may have never heard of, like eicosatetraenoic acid (ETA).

    Whole Body combines the best of ancient wisdom with modern technology to give you the proper balance of omega-3s, 6s and 9s, along with antioxidant oils that can take your health to the next level.

    The Whole Body formulation is designed to provide your body with the building blocks it needs for supporting:

    • Healthy eye function†
    • Exercise performance†
    • A healthy response to oxidative stress†
    • A healthy immune system†   
    • And so much more…

      The Omega-3 Shortfall Crisis

      Ready for a staggering statistic? An estimated 90% of Americans aren’t getting enough omega-3s. So just a small slice of the population is cashing in on the whole body support these fats provide.

      So how do we get them? Omega-3 fatty acids are known as "essential fatty acids" — meaning your body doesn't naturally produce them but does need them for overall function. That’s why getting omega-3s in your diet is crucial to your health. Even the American Heart Association advises all Americans to eat at least two 3.5-ounce servings of fatty fish per week.

      Meanwhile, most of us have an improper balance of omega fatty acids, as the standard American diet includes way too many omega-6s and omega-9s. Ideally, you should be getting about a 1:1 ratio of omega-6s to omega-3s. But the “normal” ratio of omega-6s to omega-3s for most people in the U.S.? 20:1 omega-6s to omega-3s.

      Omega-3 Shortfall Consequences

      Overall, omega-3s play important roles in normal brain function, healthy growth and supporting a healthy response to inflammation.

      Typically, when a person is coming up short on omega-3s, it can affect the:

      • Brain
      • Heart
      • Joints

      Ancient Omegas Whole Body is designed to address this shortfall. Along  with consuming more omega-3s in your diet, you can take them to get your levels back in balance.

      What Sets Ancient Omegas Whole Body Apart from the Rest?

      Ancient Omegas Whole Body is ancient nutrition for a modern world, created with:

      • Certified organic chia seed oil
      • Oil from wild-caught fish (tuna and New Zealand hoki)
      • Sustainable fishing methods
      • Infusions of ancient botanicals like lemon peel oil and black pepper fruit oil

      Omegas in Seconds

      • 3 softgels = 1,000 milligrams of omega-3s
      • Perfect for an easy omega boost on the go
        • Includes eicosatetraenoic acid (ETA), an emerging omega-3

      Ancient Omegas Whole Body Goes Above & Beyond Your Typical Omega Supplement

      Ancient Omegas Whole Body includes whole food ingredients with benefits such as:

      Omega 3-s ALA, DHA and EPA support:

      • Cardiovascular health†
      • Healthy cognitive function†

      Astaxanthin, an Antioxidant, Supports:

      • Healthy aging by supporting smooth, healthy skin†
      • Healthy skin maintenance in healthy people†
      • Eye health†
      • A healthy response to oxidative stress†
      • A healthy immune system†
      • Healthy cognitive function†
      • Muscle health†
      • Less muscle fatigue during exercise†
      • Joint health†
      • Healthy eye function†
      • Exercise performance†

      Diving Deeper: 4 Major Types of Omega-3s in Ancient Omegas Whole Body

      Ancient Omegas Whole Body contains all 4 of these vital omega-3 fatty acids, including eicosatetraenoic acid (ETA), an emerging omega-3 powerhouse you won’t find in many standard fish oil supplements on the market.

      Alpha-linolenic Acid (ALA)

      This plant-based omega-3 is found in green, leafy vegetables, flax seeds, walnuts and chia seeds. ALA is known as a short-chain omega-3, meaning your body has to convert it into longer-chained EPA and DHA to synthesize it.

      Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)

      EPA is a 20-carbon fatty acid found in oily fish, algae oil and krill oil. Your body is able to synthesize this molecule in its original form. Generally, this, along with DHA, are the omega-3s your body needs in balanced quantities to achieve the benefits they offer.

      Eicosatetraenoic Acid (ETA)

      ETA is a lesser-known omega-3 fatty acid that also contains 20 carbons like EPA, but only four bonds instead of five. It’s found richly in roe oil and green-lipped mussel and, overall, is only recently being recognized for its health benefits. While more studies need to be done, it is indicated that ETA can also limit your body’s production of the omega-6 fatty acid arachidonic acid (ARA). In fact, some studies indicate that ETA redirects the enzyme that normally creates ARA to convert it to EPA instead.

      Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)

      This 22-carbon molecule is also found in oily fish, krill oil and algae oil. Your body will convert some DHA molecules back to EPAs in order to keep them at fairly equal levels if you consume more DHA.

      Adults take 3 softgel capsules daily with 8 ounces of water or your favorite beverage.

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