Gelatine is an animal component that we often miss today in our daily diet. However, the use of gelatine has many advantages. Great Lakes specializes in pure gelatin and collagen hydrolysate products for daily use. Because Great Lakes only uses ingredients from grass-fed cattle, quality is very high. Ingredients from the bio-industry or grain-fed cattle are banned. The grass-fed pasture cattle are also free of antibiotics, hormones and contain no traces of pesticides or herbicides. Paying close attention to the origin of the gelatine and collagen hydrolysate, and setting clear quality requirements, allowed Great Lakes to build up the good reputation they now have.
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Great Lakes Gelatin and Collagen Hydrolysate
Great Lakes has been producing high-quality collagen and gelatin since 1922 and with their slogan "The highest quality gelatin in the industry" they clearly indicate their passion and mission. In 1945, Great Lakes published a book called "Gelatin in Nutrition and Medicine" and is today still regarded as one of the fundamental reference books when it comes to gelatin and collagen hydrolyzate. Great Lakes has been a true pioneer in this field in the past and today they are trying to continue this by conducting research and sponsoring.
Great Lakes Collagen Hydrolysate
Hydrolyzed collagen from Great Lakes is a unique combination of amino acids in concentrated amounts. This pure protein source has a low molecular weight and is therefore easily digested and absorbed quickly. It only needs a few minutes after ingestion. It does not solidify or bind like gelatin and that is an advantage. Collagen hydrolysate not only supports the body in sports and everyday activities, but it is also a real anti-aging product. This is because the concentrations of collagen decrease in the body during aging. Taking extra collagen hydrolysate or gelatin from Great Lakes in its most natural form is a good idea.
Great Lakes Gelatin
Gelatin is a protein substance derived from collagen. If you take Great Lakes gelatin, you get the same benefits as with the hydrolyzed collagen from Great Lakes. However, gelatin will clog in cold liquids. It is therefore recommended to use warm liquids so that it dissolves well and forms a jelly. The Gelatin of Great Lakes has several good applications in the kitchen compared to the collagen hydrolysate. Depending on the personal choice or situation, the Great Lakes hydrolysate can be selected for the collagen or the Great Lakes gelatin. Both products have the same quality and effect but slightly different properties.
Great Lakes grass-fedd cattle
Great Lakes, collagen and gelatin products are from cattle in Argentina and Brazil. They are pasture-bound and grass-fed and live according to the guidelines for animal welfare. The Food and Agricultural Legislation in Argentina and Brazil ensure that the animals can grow optimally, without hormones, antibiotics and steroids.