There are various animal sources for collagen. Collagen is derived from connective tissues and bones from pigs, cattle or fish. It is one of the most common proteins in the world and supports the body's own collagen network. There is no vegetable source for collagen yet, due in part to the extensive amino acid composition, collagen is a complex product that is often used to support skin, hair and nails and the collagen network in the body.
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Collagen Hydrolysate: an excellent source of protein
Collagen Hydrolysate contains the most important amino acids such as lysine and proline. These amino acids are important for the proper functioning of the body. Collagen also contains glycine. This is a semi-essential amino acid. This means that the body does not make enough of this. After ingesting collagen, the collagen peptides are taken up and distributed throughout the body. In different tissues the peptides start working in their own way, so that collagen has various health effects.
Collagen Hydrolysate powder
Collagen Hydrolysate has many advantages. It is an excellent source of protein, neutral taste and contains specific amino acids and amino acid compounds that the body can use well. Hydrolyzed collagen is also further developed than ordinary collagen and consists of pure proteins with a low molecular weight so that it is absorbed quickly by the body. Collagen powder is suitable for daily use. You can easily mix the powder with cold or warm liquids, stir with a spoon or shake for a smoothie.