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17 June 2020


DYANE PARENTE, ACCOUNTING ANALYST AT ROUSSELOT BRAZIL: What running means to me I love running. Running is my therapy. When I get out there, I can tur

17 June 2020


YES, IT DOES: THE BEST WAY TO CARE FOR YOUR SKIN DEPENDS ON WHERE YOU’RE FROM While more of us are starting to take care of the health of our skin,

14 June 2020

What’s the difference between collagen peptides and hydrolyzed collagen?

Collagen Peptides or Hydrolyzed collagen? In this article we clarify the two names and get to the root of where they come from and what they mean. The

11 June 2020

Peptan Runners: Keeping mind and body in balance | Marcelo

MARCELO PERALTAS, RAW MATERIAL DIRECTOR AT ROUSSELOT BRAZIL: Why I got into running “When the Peptan Runners program began, it was just an extra act

5 June 2020

Peptan Runners: Learning to love running | Amanda

AMANDA CAZOTTI, SALES ASSISTANT AT ROUSSELOT BRAZIL: Learning to love running ‘Running first came into my life when I was a kid. But I hated it! The

14 May 2020

The Bioavailability of Collagen Peptides

Collagen peptides are derived from pure collagen. Collagen peptides are a functional ingredient used in food and beverages as well as dietary suppleme

5 March 2020

What is bone health and how can collagen peptides support it?

Collagen peptides are well-known for their positive effects on joint health. But did you know, exciting new research suggests they’re also good for

18 December 2019

What is sports recovery, why is it important and how can collagen peptides help?

With recreational sports and fitness activity on the increase, this article takes a look at the importance of sports recovery and how an ever growing

18 October 2019

Collagen Peptides: Support Your Skin the Nutritional Way

Skin beauty: a fresh approach to an old problem Over the last few decades the most popular methods for maintaining skin beauty have been centered on t

18 September 2019

Type II collagen for joint health: who is it for

Joint health isn’t just a concern for older people. Many younger people are also taking an interest in their long-term joint health. In this article