Collagen Drinks for Hydration

Summer, officially, is only a couple of weeks away. Hydration is very important this time of year, whether you’re working out, enjoying the sun, or other fun summer activities you have planned. What better way to hydrate then with nice, refreshing collagen drinks. They are great way to get natural protein and amino acids that may help with skin health, and promote healthy digestive and nervous systems.

Let’s not forget that water is the most important thing you can drink to keep yourself hydrated during these warmer months. There are also a lot of different fruits and greens that can help hydrate you as well, such as watermelons, cucumbers, spinach, and strawberries. Try these whole, natural collagen drinks that hydrate, add protein and all the benefits of collagen.

Collagen Drinks for Hydration: Recipes

Cucumber Watermelon Drink

1/2 cucumber, sliced
1 cup watermelon, cubed
1 cup fresh cold filtered water
2 scoops Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides

Directions
Blend the cucumber, watermelon and water in a blender until well mixed. Add the collagen peptides and pulse a couple of times to fully incorporate into the drink. Pour and enjoy!

Strawberry Lemon Drink

6 oz fresh, organic strawberries
1/4 cup lemon juice
1 1/2 cup fresh cold filtered water
2 scoops Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides

Directions
Blend the strawberries, lemon juice and water in a blender until well mixed. Add the collagen peptides and pulse. Enjoy.

Grape Blackberry Drink

4 oz fresh organic blackberries
4 oz fresh organic grapes
1 cup fresh cold filtered water
2 scoops Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides

Directions
Blend the berries, grapes and water in a blender until fully mixed. Add the collagen peptides and pulse.

These make great drinks for working out and hydrating. Collagen supplements are the perfect protein to consume before and after exercise, helping to maintain and restore the protein content of muscle. Collagen peptides, which consists of 20% glycine and 8% arginine, may help the synthesis of creatine in the body.

Remember to drink your liquids and stay hydrated this summer!

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