collagen type A
Hydrolyzed Collagen is produced from collagen found in the bones, skin, and connective tissue of animals such as cattle, fish. The process of hydrolysis involves breaking down the molecular bonds between individual collagen strands using enzymatic hydrolysis solutions. The enzymatic hydrolysis process results in reducing the collagen proteins of about 300,000 Dalton into small peptides having an average molecular weight between 500 and 3000 Dalton, which is very easy for human beings to be digested and absorbed, and rich with different varieties of amino acids.
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