The herbal collagen as an alternative
Vegans abstain from food of animal origin
The reasons are complex: ethical and moral reasons, more resource-efficient production of plant-based food compared to animal-based food, reduction of greenhouse emissions, protection of rainforests. Vegans also want to eat a healthier and more wholesome diet.
With a vegan diet, however, it is important to pay attention to the necessary nutrient requirements of the human body, especially for vitamin B12.
It is quite possible to cover your nutritional requirements with a vegan diet. Protein can be found in wholegrain cereals or pulses such as lentils, chickpeas, soya, nuts and seeds. Calcium requirements can be met with calcium-rich mineral water, but also with sesame seeds, almonds, kale and tofu. Many plant drinks are also fortified with calcium. Iron is found in various vegetables such as beetroot, kale and rocket, but also in oatmeal, pumpkin seeds, hazelnuts and millet. *
However, we would like to draw your attention to one error:
Breast milk is vegan. Everything that is not plant-based is of animal origin.
[*] Niko Rittenau (2019, 5. Auflage): Vegan-Klischee ade! Wissenschaftliche Antworten auf kritische Fragen zu veganer Ernährung. Ventil Verlag UG & Co. KG, Mainz
Important vital substances in vegan and vegetarian diets
Vitamin B2 (red blood cells, iron metabolism) and vitamin B12 (red blood cells, nervous system). And amino acids such as L-proline, glycine, L-leucine, L-lysine, L-arginine, L-citrulline, L-methionine.
The plant-based collagen alternative for food supplements
Hydrolysed rice protein
The plant-based alternative to collagen, made from rice. Excellent source of vegetable protein, contains all the important amino acids. Hydrolysed rice protein is produced from rice through the process of hydrolysis. In this process, protein is broken down into smaller peptides (pieces of protein) and amino acids. This process facilitates the digestion of the protein and increases its absorption from the gastrointestinal tract.
Hydrolysed rice protein is an excellent source of vegetable protein and contains all the essential amino acids that the body cannot produce itself. It is similar in composition to human collagen and is an optimal alternative to animal collagen. Compared to other vegetable proteins such as soya or pea protein, hydrolysed rice protein is hypoallergenic and easy to digest. It contains no lactose, gluten or other potentially allergenic substances.
The herbal glucosamine alternative for food supplements
Vegan glucosamine sulphate from maize
Glucosamine is an important nutrient for skin and cartilage tissue. It promotes the production of hyaluronic acid and stimulates collagen production, which helps to improve skin structure. Vegan glucosamine is produced from GMO-free maize by fermentation, in which fungi (Aspergillus niger) convert glucose into glucosamine. It is biologically comparable to animal sources of glucosamine, but can be taken by people with shellfish allergies.
Vita Collaplant Complex
Maintain your attractiveness, vital energy and vitality on a vegan diet with these vital substances.
A drink with a plant-based alternative to collagen is a good choice for anyone who values vegan products for ethical or sustainable reasons. This innovative Vita beauty drink offers all the benefits of collagen without containing animal products.
This revolutionary drink is ideally suited to the special requirements of a vegan diet, with a vegetable collagen alternative rich in high-quality ingredients in the best possible dosage.
Highly concentrated with vitamin B12