In this newly updated 'About collagen peptides' webpage, we explain the definition of collagen, collagen's role in our body and the difference between native collagen, gelatin and collagen peptides. Find out more.
Collagen is a protein found in animals and it is made up of amino acids. Since ancient times, collagen has been known to benefit human health. For centuries, people have been consuming collagen in the form of bone broth to support their joint and bone health and in more recent times, to promote skin beauty.1
Collagen peptides are collagen in its hydrolyzed form. The much smaller and easily digestible collagen peptides are produced by controlled enzymatic hydrolysis. The solubility, absorption and digestibility are very different between collagen and collagen peptides.
In this newly updated webpage 'All About Collagen Peptides' we will walk you through the definition of collagen, its role in our bodies and the difference between different grades of collagen, including native collagen, gelatin and collagen peptides. Read on.