Collagen Peptides & Heavy Metals: What You Need to Know (2022)

Let’s address the elephant in the room.

Yes, we get our multi collagen products third-party tested for heavy metals — and there are no unsafe levels. We’ll get into those specifics in a bit.

Heavy Metals isn’t just a Collagen problem. It’s a Supplement problem.

Heavy metals in collagen is a critical conversation to be had.

However, this is a much broader problem in dietary supplements in general. Collagen powders, whey protein powders, and plant-based protein powders to name a few are all subject to this scrutiny of heavy metals. And this scrutiny will continue because the FDA estimates 29,000 different dietary supplements are now available with ~1,000 new products introduced annually.

Seems like the problem will only get bigger, right?

Being strictly a collagen supplement company, we’ll obviously focus on collagen here in this article. And we’ll begin by sharing why heavy metals in collagen peptides supplements are dangerous.

Why Heavy Metals in Collagen (or any supplement) is Dangerous

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Heavy metals, even at low levels, can cause organ damage and considered probable carcinogens.

The most notable heavy metals as it relates to this conversation include:

  • Arsenic
  • Cadmium
  • Chromium
  • Lead
  • Mercury

What about other metals essential to body function, such as zinc, copper, iron, etc.? Per Rarediseases.org, it’s about the level of concentration of heavy metals:

Many of the heavy metals, such as zinc, copper, chromium, iron and manganese, are essential to body function in very small amounts. But, if these metals accumulate in the body in concentrations sufficient to cause poisoning, then serious damage may occur. The heavy metals most commonly associated with poisoning of humans are lead, mercury, arsenic and cadmium.

It’s also important to note that this conversation (supplement safety) extends further than just heavy metals. Pesticides, contaminants like BPA, and overall nutrition (aka label accuracy) are also part of these ongoing safety concerns.

What the Data shows

Organic Consumers Association (OCA) and Clean Label Project (CLP) tested 28 of the top-selling brands of collagen supplements and found that:

  • 64% tested positive for measurable levels of arsenic
  • 37% tested positive for measurable levels of lead
  • 34% tested positive for trace levels of mercury
  • 17% tested positive for measurable levels of cadmium

See their 10-page white paper here

Here are the collagen brands they studied.

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Note: heavy metal data above in mcg/serving, see micrograms to milligrams calculator)

Let me summarize this, cause that’s a ton of data to digest! Nearly all the collagen brands above have no unsafe levels of heavy metals per NSF certification standards (0.01 mg/day). That’s the good news. However, where things start to get hairy is when multiple servings get consumed in a day.

The results showed a considerable range, but levels in several products were of particular concern because consuming three servings a day could result in daily exposure to arsenic, cadmium, or lead exceeding the limits proposed by USP.Consumer Reports

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In Defense of Supplements

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While it’s important to educate on the dangers of heavy metals within supplements such as collagen, let’s remember that humans can encounter heavy metals in the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat. It’s impossible to avoid completely.

Did you have salad for lunch today? Was there spinach? Guess what, there might have been 60 mcg of cadmium in that bowl of greens. The FDA continues to publish studies around heavy metals and food, including this one warning of children’s exposure to lead and cadmium. The study found lead exposures range from 1 to 3.4 µg/day, with major contributions from grains, fruit, dairy, and mixtures (e.g. hamburgers, pizza, lasagna, soups).

Clearly heavy metals impact more than just supplements. For example, here are 13 other common foods that could easily contain lead.

Now, let’s get back to collagen. How in the world do heavy metals like arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, and mercury find their way into a collagen peptide supplement? Let’s address.

How do Heavy Metals get into a Collagen Supplement?

Per ConsumerLab.com:

Lead is one of several toxic heavy metals that plants can absorb from the environment (the soil, water or air), while growing, and which can contaminate other minerals when they are mined. Sometimes lead is introduced into supplements by its use as a colorant (e.g. lead chromate, which has been added to turmeric powder to make it more yellow) or from other ingredients added to products.

In addition to environmental issues, you have to also look at the quality of the sourcing.

Collagen supplements are made through the processing of animal products, including the skin or hide, bones, cartilage, and connective tissues. Collagen can even be extracted from the membrane of eggshells (all our multi collagen products contain eggshell membrane). If the collagen supplement is single-source, these animal sources will be either beef or fish. If the collagen supplement is MULTI sourced (like us!), it’ll be beef, chicken, and fish.

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Here’s the cold hard fact. Many collagen supplements source their animals from factory farms, and these animals are exposed to heavy metals through their diet, drinking water, contaminated soil, and more. The toxins can accumulate in soft tissue and bones — the exact animal byproducts used in collagen peptide supplements.

To add insult to injury, neither the FDA nor any other federal or state agency routinely tests dietary supplements for contamination with lead or other toxic metals prior to sale.

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These facts are alarming, no doubt. But, there’s a way to enjoy all the wonderful benefits of collagen and protect yourself from heavy metals.

How to Avoid Collagen Supplements with Heavy Metals (Hint: Don’t Assume!)

How can you tell if a collagen supplement is free of heavy metals? Start with assuming they’re NOT free of heavy metals, and then validate your assumption with these 3 tips:

  1. Beware of “claims”. Pure! All-Natural! Clean! Really though? Images can be misleading, too. Show a cow or chicken in a pasture eating some green grass — “Wa-lah!” — we immediately (and subconsciously) believe the supplement is free of heavy metals.
  2. Read Labels. Per Consumer Lab, “Supplements and foods such as whole turmeric root powder, ashwagandha root powder, Echinacea, cocoa powder, greens and “whole food” supplements, kelp, and green tea leaves all have the potential to be contaminated with lead as well as other toxic metals such as cadmium and arsenic.”
  3. Require third-party testing & certification. Specifically for heavy metals, more on testing below.

Again, don’t assume a collagen supplement has sourced clean ingredients and rigorously tested for heavy metals.

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"I feel confident I am taking the best product and my joints thank me everyday!"

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Do we test our collagen for Heavy Metals?

As I mentioned from the beginning, absolutely our collagen is tested for heavy metals.

Here’s how we, as a collagen company that’s made premium product a founding pillar, combat these cold hard facts:

  1. We source from the best ingredients (pasture raised grass-fed beef, cage-free chickens, wild-caught fish)
  2. We rely on third-party testing (ensures there’s no unsafe levels of heavy metals)

When I say “we”, what I really mean is we used the gold standard to supplement third-party testing: NSF (National Sanitation Foundation). We have an entire line of multi collagen supplements NSF certified — which makes us the first and only multi collagen to have this certification.

How does the Heavy Metal testing work?

Per the NSF website, their testing involves 3 steps. Their 2nd step involves a thorough toxicology report and tests for an array of contaminants — including heavy metals.

In their NSF/ANSI 173 Dietary Supplement Product Certification Standard, they test the suppliers and ingredients for arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, and mercury.

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0.01 mg/day and 0.02 mg/day (chromium) or below is a rigid, but absolutely justified, standard. But, as good as that sounds, you still may be asking yourself why not ZERO mg/d? Completely fair question. Here’s how our NSF account manager answered, using lead as an example:

Lead is 0.01 mg/day which is a super low limit but allows for natural occurrence of lead within ingredients.

Remember, it’s the concentrated amount of heavy metals that are dangerous. NSF certification ensures our multi collagen is free of these amounts and safe for our customers.

In addition to heavy metal testing, NSF also tests and verifies that our collagen is:

  • Manufactured in a GMP facility (Good Manufacturing Practice)
  • Free of 280 banned substances (e.g. Masking agents, Hormone antagonists, Stimulants, and much more)
  • Free of pesticides/herbicides

Need more Assurances?

As I mentioned above, one of our founding pillars is premium product. We know we’re not the cheapest multi collagen on the market, and we’re OK with that.

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If NSF certification wasn’t compelling enough to give us a try, how about this. We give our families (see CB team), even our young kids, CB Supplements multi collagen. We trust our product that much. We’ve also had our collagen tested for purity. And if that fact still doesn’t convince you that our collagen is clean and premium grade, maybe knowing that professional athletes and Olympians also consume it might be the linchpin. Just maybe.

Thanks for being here, wanting to know more about collagen and heavy metals, and taking your health seriously.

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FAQs

Who should not take collagen peptides? ›

Patients with a history of having calcium oxalate kidney stones shouldn't take too many collagen peptide supplements. It's best to slow down and start with about 5 to 6 grams per day, though it's still best to consult their doctors.

Why is there a lead warning on vital proteins collagen? ›

It's a warning label. Most recently it was placed on our newly released Collagen Peptides: WARNING: This product contains lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Does collagen peptides really work? ›

“Collagen peptides can help protect your ligaments and tendons,” Czerwony says, “So they're worth a try for anybody who has arthritic pain or who works out a lot.” In studies, collagen peptides are shown to significantly reduce joint pain among athletes, the elderly and people with degenerative joint disease.

Does collagen affect the liver? ›

Liver fibrosis is characterized by accumulation of excess extracellular matrix components, including type I collagen, which disrupts liver microcirculation and leads to injury.

What are the dangers of taking collagen? ›

Collagen supplements may lead to mild side effects such as bloating, heartburn, and feelings of fullness. If you have food allergies, make sure to purchase supplements that don't contain your allergens.

Does collagen raise blood pressure? ›

It balances blood pressure

Some research suggests that glycine, one of the primary amino acids in collagen can promote heart health by reducing blood pressure and protect against arterial damage. Collagen may also boost levels of nitric oxide, a compound that enhances blood flow and lowers blood pressure.

Does collagen have arsenic? ›

Organic Consumers Association (OCA) and Clean Label Project (CLP) tested 28 of the top-selling brands of collagen supplements and found that: 64% tested positive for measurable levels of arsenic.

Is Vital Proteins collagen a waste of money? ›

Well, the short answer is this: Collagen protein is basically garbage—literally and figuratively. While some forms of collagen can help your joints, most, are nothing more than low-quality but highly profitable fodder for supplement shysters to separate people from more of their cash.

How long should I take collagen supplements? ›

How long does it take for collagen to work for skin? Essentially, you may see improvements within the second month of use, but for full results, you should stick with it until at least three months.

Does collagen reduce belly fat? ›

Those who took collagen peptides experienced a greater improvement in muscle mass and strength. They also lost more fat mass than the placebo group. These results suggest that collagen supplements can support loss of body fat by enhancing the effects of weight training on muscle mass.

Can collagen affect your eyes? ›

Collagen, as an original cause of glaucoma, plays an important role in glaucoma pathogenesis. Some changes in eye collagen may occur before the development of glaucoma or glaucomatous optic neuropathy.

Does collagen cause anxiety? ›

Collagen and mood

Ingesting collagen as your main form of protein can potentially lead to a deficit in tryptophan. A decrease in tryptophan results in lower serotonin levels and has the potential to cause feelings of anxiety, irritability, and depression (particularly if you already suffer from a mood disorder.)

Can collagen cause urinary problems? ›

Decreased collagen levels might make some women more susceptible to pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence, according to a new study by physicians at Temple University School of Medicine and Temple University Hospital.

Is collagen good for your heart? ›

Collagen provides structure to your arteries, which keep blood flowing to and from your heart. Studies have shown that taking collagen supplements can reduce artery stiffness and increase levels of “good” HDL cholesterol in the body. This means it can help reduce your risk of developing heart conditions.

Is it safe to take collagen peptides everyday? ›

When taken by mouth: Collagen peptides are possibly safe. Collagen peptides have been safely used in doses up to 10 grams daily for up to 5 months. Side effects are rare.

What happens when you stop taking collagen peptides? ›

Once you stop consuming collagen peptides, your body loses its supplemental source of elastin-producing protein. As you can imagine, your skin cells now produce lesser elastin fibers, causing a recurrent drop in skin elasticity.

Can collagen cause kidney problems? ›

Although collagen supplements are unlikely to cause kidney stones for most people when used in moderation, those at a higher risk of developing kidney stones may need to limit their intake.

Does collagen good for arthritis? ›

Type II collagen is one of the main proteins in cartilage. It's been suggested that taking collagen hydrolysate can improve the symptoms of osteoarthritis by stimulating your body's production of joint collagen.

Does collagen thicken your blood? ›

When the blood vessel becomes injured, collagen is exposed and attracts cells called platelets from the blood which causes blood clotting. Collagen also plays a key role in controlling how blood vessel wall cells work.

Does collagen interfere with any medications? ›

No interactions of Bioactive Collagen Peptides with drugs are known so far. When used as food supplements, they have similar properties like protein.

Do collagen peptides contain lead? ›

Thus, in May 2020, the Organic Consumers Association (OCA) and the Clean Label Project (CLP) released their test findings of 28 collagen products. The findings revealed that some of the most popular collagen products contain measurable amounts of lead, mercury, cadmium, and arsenic.

Does collagen have mercury? ›

Does a marine collagen like Skinful contain mercury? Marine collagen does not contain any mercury as a general rule. Mercury is highly fat soluble and, as such, it accumulates in the fat tissue and organs of fish. Marine collagen is made from the skin of fish.

Does collagen increase estrogen levels? ›

Studies have consistently shown a positive correlation between collagen and estrogen levels. That means the more collagen you have, the more estrogen you're likely to have.

Which form of collagen is most effective? ›

Type I or type 1 collagen is the strongest type of collagen. If you're looking for a collagen for supporting skin health, type 1 is a top choice since it's literally a building block of the skin.

Does collagen help cracking joints? ›

Here's the answer: yes, collagen supplementation has widespread, beneficial effects on all joints – its relief in joint pain isn't only limited to the knees. In fact, studies consistently show that collagen supplements can help reduce overall joint pain across all regions of the body.

Is collagen worth taking? ›

Does collagen work? Some studies show that taking collagen supplements for several months can improve skin elasticity, (i.e., wrinkles and roughness) as well as signs of aging. Others have shown that consuming collagen can increase density in bones weakened with age and can improve joint, back and knee pain.

How do you know if collagen is working? ›

After daily collagen supplementation for a few weeks, you will typically start to notice a few things: hair growth, skin hydration and skin moisture, improvement in joint health and skin health, lessening of fine lines, and other possible anti-aging improvements.

Is it better to take collagen in the morning or at night? ›

While there are plenty of suggestions floating around, really, the best time of day to take your collagen supplement is whenever works best for you. Suppose you like to take it in the morning, great. If you prefer it as a snack during the day, great, or if you want to take it before bed, that's also great.

How much collagen Should a 60 year old woman take? ›

Research has also shown that supplementing with collagen may improve skin health in older adults. A review of 11 studies found that taking 2.5–10 grams of collagen per day orally for up to 6 months improved hydration, elasticity, and collagen content of the skin ( 6 ).

How long does it take for collagen peptides to start working? ›

In general, most people will see a benefit after taking 10 grams of collagen peptides daily for 4-12 weeks. However, keep in mind that this will vary from person to person. Most importantly, ensure to eat a healthy, balanced diet, rich in whole foods to reap the most benefit from your collagen supplement.

Does collagen tighten skin? ›

Collagen, which makes up 80% of your skin's structure, provides firmness and strength. Elastin provides elasticity and helps your skin stay tight.

Does collagen help your hair grow? ›

Since hair grows out of your skin, the potential of collagen to counteract the effects of skin aging may contribute to better hair growth and decreased thinning. However, research on the impact of collagen on hair thinning is unavailable.

What fruit has the most collagen? ›

Which Fruits Have The Most Collagen? Citrus fruits like oranges, lemons, limes, and grapefruit are known for being foods high in collagen-producing properties. Although they don't contain collagen itself, their antioxidants and nutrients such as vitamin C and zinc help your body produce more of this wonderful protein.

Does caffeine destroy collagen? ›

"It's worth remembering that coffee doesn't destroy collagen, it inhibits its production," says nutritional therapist at the Pulse Light Clinic, Lisa Borg.

What foods get rid of Crepey skin? ›

8 foods to eat for firmer skin.
  • Collagen peptides. King explains that crepey skin is caused by a decrease in collagen and elastin in the skin, which comes with age and from oxidative stress. ...
  • Bone broth. ...
  • Salmon. ...
  • Soy. ...
  • Almonds. ...
  • Avocados. ...
  • Dark leafy greens. ...
  • Citrus fruits.
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How do I get rid of crepey skin under my eyes? ›

Kassouf recommends retinol topical creams to help reduce that crepey look. Retinols help restore skin's elasticity and thicken collagen (which gives our skin its structure) as well as elastin (which gives our skin its stretch).

Is collagen good for under eye bags? ›

Step three: add a collagen supplement to your diet

A good collagen supplement will not only boost your skin's ability to retain hydration overall, but can also help your under eye look thicker and more even in tone. Collagen is also good for strong bones, joint and healthy hair and nails. It is an all-rounder.

Is there a difference between collagen and collagen peptides? ›

One key difference between collagen and collagen peptides is that one is a broken-down form of the other. Collagen peptides are made by breaking animal collagen down through hydrolysis. So, while collagen is a complete protein, collagen peptides are fragments of that protein.

Does collagen affect sleep? ›

Collagen is almost a third made up of glycine, and it is this amino acid which is thought to be able to help us sleep as it helps to relax your nervous system.

Does collagen cause heart palpitations? ›

Potential collagen side effects include hypersensitivities/ allergic reactions, hypercalcemia, bad taste in mouth, heart arrhythmias, fatigue, constipation, and appetite suppressant.

Does collagen affect bowel movements? ›

It may help relieve constipation

“Collagen may help for constipation because it is a hydrophilic molecule, which can help to attract water and acidic molecules,” says Dr. Avena. “This may help food move through the GI tract more smoothly.”

Who should not take collagen peptides? ›

Patients with a history of having calcium oxalate kidney stones shouldn't take too many collagen peptide supplements. It's best to slow down and start with about 5 to 6 grams per day, though it's still best to consult their doctors.

Why does collagen make my joints hurt? ›

Does collagen cause joint pain? Collagen doesn't cause joint pain. In RA, uncontrolled inflammation damages cartilage, which causes the discomfort. People take collagen supplements in an attempt to lessen this inflammation and improve symptoms of joint pain.

Does collagen make your urine yellow? ›

Not everyone finds this and for those that do, it is nothing at all to be concerned about. The colour change in some people's urine is not actually caused by the Hydrolysed Collagen. It is a result of ingesting the B2 Vitamin (Riboflavin) that has been added to Avesta.

Is collagen good for high cholesterol? ›

A study of 32 healthy Japanese adults (average age 54) showed that taking 8 grams of collagen twice daily for 6 months modestly increased high-density lipoprotein (HDL or "good") cholesterol by 3.9 mg/dL compared to baseline.

Does collagen help to sleep better? ›

A surprising benefit of taking collagen is the positive impact it can have on your sleep. This is because collagen is loaded with the amino acid glycine, an inhibitory neurotransmitter that calms the central nervous system and helps us to unwind, relax, and fall asleep.

Does collagen lower blood sugar? ›

The Collagen Peptides have very few calories since it's straight-up protein and has no fluff added. There is no flavor, it mixes with ANYTHING, and has ZERO impact on your blood sugar.

Does collagen interact with medications? ›

No interactions of Bioactive Collagen Peptides with drugs are known so far. When used as food supplements, they have similar properties like protein.

Is it safe to take collagen peptides everyday? ›

When taken by mouth: Collagen peptides are possibly safe. Collagen peptides have been safely used in doses up to 10 grams daily for up to 5 months. Side effects are rare.

Can you take collagen with Vitamin D? ›

Adding collagen peptides to a regimen of calcium and vitamin D improved measures of bone health compared to calcium +D alone, says a new study from Greece with postmenopausal women with osteopenia.

Does collagen raise cholesterol? ›

Studies have shown that taking collagen supplements can reduce artery stiffness and increase levels of “good” HDL cholesterol in the body. This means it can help reduce your risk of developing heart conditions.

Can collagen peptides cause blood clots? ›

Collagen is a structural protein of the blood vessel wall, which is normally concealed beneath the cells that line the blood vessel inner walls. When the blood vessel becomes injured, collagen is exposed and attracts cells called platelets from the blood which causes blood clotting.

Can collagen peptides cause high cholesterol? ›

A study of 32 healthy Japanese adults (average age 54) showed that taking 8 grams of collagen twice daily for 6 months modestly increased high-density lipoprotein (HDL or "good") cholesterol by 3.9 mg/dL compared to baseline.

What is the difference between collagen and collagen peptides? ›

One key difference between collagen and collagen peptides is that one is a broken-down form of the other. Collagen peptides are made by breaking animal collagen down through hydrolysis. So, while collagen is a complete protein, collagen peptides are fragments of that protein.

What happens when you stop taking collagen peptides? ›

Once you stop consuming collagen peptides, your body loses its supplemental source of elastin-producing protein. As you can imagine, your skin cells now produce lesser elastin fibers, causing a recurrent drop in skin elasticity.

How much collagen Should a 60 year old woman take? ›

Research has also shown that supplementing with collagen may improve skin health in older adults. A review of 11 studies found that taking 2.5–10 grams of collagen per day orally for up to 6 months improved hydration, elasticity, and collagen content of the skin ( 6 ).

Is it better to take collagen in the morning or at night? ›

While there are plenty of suggestions floating around, really, the best time of day to take your collagen supplement is whenever works best for you. Suppose you like to take it in the morning, great. If you prefer it as a snack during the day, great, or if you want to take it before bed, that's also great.

What vitamins should be taken with collagen? ›

Vitamin C

“Like vitamin A, vitamin C supports collagen synthesis in the body, so combining collagen with vitamin C-rich foods or a vitamin C supplement is a win-win,” says Dr.

Is it OK to take fish oil and collagen together? ›

A common question is whether fish oil and collagen can be taken together, and the answer is yes. Our SkinGlo Collagen contains Vitamin C and B vitamins to assist collagen production further and help revitalise your skin.

Does collagen good for arthritis? ›

Type II collagen is one of the main proteins in cartilage. It's been suggested that taking collagen hydrolysate can improve the symptoms of osteoarthritis by stimulating your body's production of joint collagen.

Does collagen raise blood sugar? ›

The Collagen Peptides have very few calories since it's straight-up protein and has no fluff added. There is no flavor, it mixes with ANYTHING, and has ZERO impact on your blood sugar.

Does collagen cause heart palpitations? ›

Potential collagen side effects include hypersensitivities/ allergic reactions, hypercalcemia, bad taste in mouth, heart arrhythmias, fatigue, constipation, and appetite suppressant.

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