ALETA Kosher Collagen

Fountain of Youth Skin✨

Collagen keeps skin plump, supple, and wrinkle-free by boosting elasticity and hydration. Say goodbye to fine lines!

Skin Studies

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Strands of Beauty

✨ - Collagen fortifies hair strands and nails, reducing breakage so you can sport lush, flowing locks and strong nails.

Joints That Can Take on Anything

✨ -Collagen strengthens joints and tendons to keep you active and injury-free even as you age. No creaky joints!

Joint Studies

Bones of a SuperMom

✨ -Collagen builds bone matrix to help increase bone density over time. Unbreakable bones to the rescue!

Osteo Studies

Beautiful Feet

The Sculptor of the Body

✨ - Collagen comprises 90% of the body's structural protein. It literally sculpts lean muscle, smooth skin, and resilient joints. Now that's amazing!

Skin Studies Part 2

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Kosher Collagen

As we greet our older age, our bodies naturally produce less collagen, leading to signs of aging and decreased joint health.

Aleta Kosher Collagen Packet


Hana & Yaakov are excited to bring you a premium-quality solution for your health and wellness needs - AletaCollagen Bovine Kosher Peptides.



Each box of Aletacollagen Hydrolyzed Kosher Collagen Peptides contains 30 individual packets, each with a generous 10 grams of our high-quality collagen powder.

This makes it incredibly easy for you to incorporate our collagen peptides into your daily routine, whether you're at home or on the go.

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In addition to these benefits, our Bovine Collagen Powder is also:

OU PAREVE & Kosher Passover




Made from grass-fed and pasture-raised bovine sources.


Our collagen peptides powder is easily dissolvable in both hot and cold liquids, making it a versatile addition to your daily routine.

Simply mix one packet of Aletacollagen Kosher Collagen Peptides into your favorite 8oz beverage, smoothie, or recipe to enjoy the numerous health benefits that collagen has to offer.

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At Aletacollagen, we take pride in providing our customers with only the best in health and wellness products. Our Bovine Kosher Collagen Peptides Powder is no exception. We are committed to ensuring that our collagen peptides are sourced from the highest quality, ethically raised bovine sources, and meet the strictest standards of Kosher certification. Unlike Vital Proteins false claims of being Kosher.

Here you can read all about our quality

Invest in your health and wellness today with Aletacollagen's Bovine Kosher Collagen Peptides Powder. Experience the difference that a high-quality collagen supplement can make in your life. Don't miss out on the opportunity to experience these incredible results for yourself – try AletaCollagen today and embrace a healthier, more radiant you!

This specially formulated product is designed to provide you with the essential building blocks for a healthier and more vibrant you.

Supplementing with collagen peptides has been shown to provide numerous health benefits.

About Kosher Status

The permissibility of collagen for consumption within the bounds of kosher dietary laws is predicated upon a landmark ruling by the esteemed halachic authority, Rabbi Moshe Feinstein (1895-1986). In his seminal work, Igrot Moshe (Even Ha'Ezer 4:92), Reb Moshe contends that collagen, a fibrous protein derived from the hide of animals, undergoes a transformative process that renders it unrecognizable from its original source material. Consequently, collagen is deemed pareve, a status that permits its consumption alongside both meat and dairy products.

However, for collagen to be considered truly kosher, it must originate from animals slaughtered in accordance with the intricate laws of shechitah (kosher slaughter) and undergo proper hide removal (giddin) under rabbinical supervision. Many commercial collagen powder manufacturers, such as Vital Proteins and Great Lakes Niagara, while advertising their products as "kosher," fail to obtain certification from reputable kosher certification agencies like the Orthodox Union (OU). This lack of proper endorsement casts doubt upon the kashrut (kosher status) of their collagen offerings.

For those seeking authoritative guidance on the intricacies of collagen and its compatibility with kosher dietary principles, engaging with reliable sources and consulting with recognized halachic authorities is advisable. A comprehensive understanding of the nuances involved can facilitate informed decisions that align with the precepts of Jewish dietary laws.

Standard FAQ

Here are just some standard questions answered about collagen

Here are detailed answers to your questions about collagen:

1. What is collagen?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. It is the major component of connective tissues that make up several body parts, including tendons, ligaments, skin, and muscles. Collagen is also found in bones, blood vessels, the cornea of the eye, and teeth.

2. What happens to collagen during aging?
As we age, our bodies produce less collagen, and the collagen we have breaks down faster. This leads to wrinkles, sagging skin, joint pain, and weakened bones and muscles. The reduction in collagen is one of the key contributors to the signs of aging.

3. What are the benefits of collagen?
The proposed benefits of collagen supplements include reducing wrinkles, improving skin elasticity, strengthening nails and hair, relieving joint pain, preventing bone loss, and improving wound healing. Many take it hoping to reduce visible signs of aging.

4. How is collagen made?
Collagen is produced naturally in the body, primarily by connective tissue cells called fibroblasts. The production requires vitamin C, zinc, and copper. Certain foods like bone broth, eggs, and citrus fruits contain ingredients that may help collagen production.

5. What happens to collagen when you ingest it?
When you ingest collagen supplements, the collagen protein is broken down into amino acids and peptides by digestive enzymes. These collagen fragments may then travel through the bloodstream and get used for various processes.

6. What are alternatives to collagen supplements?
Alternatives include eating foods rich in vitamin C, zinc, and copper to support natural collagen production. Foods like bone broth, eggs, berries, leafy greens, and citrus fruits fit this category. Topical vitamin C serums may also help boost collagen in skin.

7. Does taking collagen help you make collagen?
There is some evidence that ingesting collagen can stimulate fibroblasts to produce more collagen. The exact studies aren't clear but it's used and works.
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8. What do the studies show?
Studies on collagen supplements show modest benefits for skin appearance, joint pain, and bone strength, but results are mixed. More large, high-quality studies are still needed to confirm efficacy.

9. What are the risks?
Collagen supplements are generally considered safe for most adults when taken as directed. Potential minor side effects include bloating, heartburn, and feeling overly full. Those with allergies should use caution.

10. Do we recommend collagen supplements?
Yes we advise collagen in your diet. But please make sure to take a balanced complete diet with carbs and proteins.

Our Product Quality

We made sure our product came from the highest quality collagen producer in the world which is why we use only PeptiPlus Collagen from Gelita