HASTA Testing for WADA Banned Substances
Here at , we believe that our customers deserve the guarantee and assurance that our products are exactly what we claim they are. Our beef Collagen Hydrolysate is sent off to be tested by HASTA, who are the leading Australian sports supplement testing specialists, HASTA independently tests for over 200 WADA banned substances to reduce the risk for high profile athletes.
By having our beef Collagen Hydrolysate HASTA tested, we can provide you with a certificate to show that there were no WADA banned substances detected in that batch, making it a safer choice for competing athletes. Our collagen is sourced naturally from pasture-raised bovine cattle that are grass-fed and free from chemicals such as growth hormones, antibiotics, herbicides and pesticides which are used when Cattle are taken to feedlots to speed up the growth cycle prior to processing. As a result, you are providing your body with a healthier and safer supplement when buying our premium Collagen Hydrolysate.
Some of the benefits of taking Collagen on a regular basis include:
- Supporting injury recovery and reduces inflammation
- Supporting recovery from exercise
- Improving gut and joint health
- Promoting a strong immune system
- helping to reduce cellulite, wrinkles and stretch marks
- assisting in the growth of strong hair and nails as well as supporting the skin.
By having our grass fed and finished beef COLLAGEN HYDROLYSATE tested by HASTA, we are confident that it is the perfect supplement for all athletes and sports people.
Tested for WADA banned substances
The New Year period is a fantastic opportunity that we can all take to reflect upon the healthy living choices we make in our daily lives and how we can make informed, positive health choices in the future to improve overall quality of life. However, I feel we can all probably think of a time that health 'resolutions' and the well-intentioned goals that we set have been unsustainable for a range of reasons. Too often we find we are unintentionally setting ourselves up for failure…
Collagen is made up of 18 amino acids and is the most abundant protein in our body, making up around 30% of total human protein content. It is essential as it helps build strong fibres and connective tissue in our bodies. For this reason, collagen is commonly referred to as the ‘glue’ holding the body together as it ensures the integrity, elasticity and regeneration of our connective tissues.