Efficient protection of the knee joint from local, synovial inflammation
Peptan IIm is hydrolyzed collagen type II matrix, a powerful ingredient specifically designed for promoting healthy joints.
Answering to consumers' demands today, Peptan IIm's science backed multiple joint health benefits can help you uniquely position your joint health supplement in the market.
A hydrolyzed cartilage of natural origin, Peptan IIm is an all-round joint health ingredient that offers multiple benefits in this critical area of health. Questions on how you can use this ingredient to develop a unique joint health product?
Type II Collagen originates from cartilage and is found in a natural matrix with glucosaminoglycans (GAGs): Chondroitin sulfate and hyaluronic acid enabling a cushioned and lubricated environment for easy joint movement. Peptan IIm is a hydrolyzed collagen type II matrix containing hydrolyzed collagen Type II in the form of bioactive peptides and GAGs. Its unique matrix composition provides multiple joint health benefits.
Peptan IIm is a premium hydrolyzed collagen type II matrix specifically designed for promoting healthy joints. Peptan IIm’s ease of use and unique matrix component can give your joint health supplement a winning position in the market. This powerful hydrolyzed collagen type II matrix ingredient, is optimized to ensure the best possible tableting and capsule filling performance. Its excellent compressibility and flow properties mean that you can count on worry-free production of high-quality tablets, capsules and other applications.
- 4FebPeptan IIm News
Rousselot® booth #C28 - Hall 4.2 FIBO, Exhibition Centre Cologne, 4 – 07 April 2019, At FIBO, Rousselot will be happy to welcome nutraceutical manufacturers as well as all sportsmen and -women interested in premium collagen and protein solutions. Visitors will be able to discover Peptan, the ...
- 3May, Peptan IIm
Hydrolyzed type II collagen is leading the way into a new paradigm of safe and effective joint health solutions. But what exactly is type II collagen? Where does it come from? And how can it be used to support positive joint health? Read on to found out.