Great Lakes Gelatin Co., Collagen Hydrolysate, Collagen Joint Care, 16 oz (454 g)

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Great Lakes Gelatin Co., Collagen Hydrolysate, Collagen Joint Care, 16 oz (454 g)

Supplemental Facts
Serving Size: 12 g (about 2 rounded Tbsp)
Serving Per Container: about 38
  Amount Per Serving %Daily Value*
Calories 43  
Sodium 36 mg 2%
Protein 11 g  
Collagen Hydrolysate 12 g
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. 
†Daily Value not established.
General Analysis
Protein >90%
Bloom 0
Viscosity mPa.s 5.5 - 7.5
pH 5.0 - 6.5
Moisture <10%
Ash <2%
Sodium >300 mg / 100 g
Carbohydrates 0%
Fat 0%
Calories per ounce 103.0
Molecular Weight <5000
Typical Amino Acid Content
  (%) (mg)
Alanine 8.4 1008
Arginine 7.7 924
Aspartic acid 4.5 540
Cystine 0.1 11
Glutamic acid 10 1200
Glycine 23.2 2784
Histidine 0.9 108
Hydroxyproline 1.5 180
Hydroxylysine 12.3 1476
Isoleucine 1.2 144
Leucine 2.6 312
Lysine 3.3 396
Methionine 0.9 108
Phenylalanine 1.6 192
Proline 13.7 1644
Serine 3.4 408
Threonine 1.9 228
Tryptophan 0 0
Tyrosine 0.6 72
Valine 2.2 264
Per Serving (12 g) 100 12000

Description

  • Collagen Joint Care
  • Pure Unflavored Protein
  • Kosher Collagen
  • Pasture-Raised and Grass-Fed
  • Collagen Dietary Supplement
  • Hot or Cold Liquid Soluble
  • USP/NF Compliant
  • Gluten-Free
  • No MSG
  • No GMO
  • Kosher Pareve
  • Keto Certified
  • Certified Paleo Friendly
  • Verified Glyphosate Free
  • All Natural

Collagen Hydrolysate

Hydrolyzed collagen peptides are the same collagen peptides found naturally in bones, skin and cartilage. It is a bioactive product containing over 90% protein and is easily assimilated by the body.

The rapid absorption and distinctive amino acid groups in this formula can positively impact a large number of metabolic pathways.

Hydrolyzed collagen peptides help regulate the body's metabolism by providing protein of low molecular weight that is quickly absorbed in the digestive tract.

The body's natural ability to repair supporting connective tissue such as bone, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, skin, hair and nails diminishes after your mid-twenties. Collagen contains the important amino acids such as glycine, lysine and proline, which can be used by the body to build connective tissue structures to support the functions of the cell.

Collagen Hydrolysate will not congeal because it has been hydrolyzed for quick assimilation into the body. Collagen is important to nitrogen balance and can prevent age-related cartilage damage and collagen loss.

Suggested Use

Recommended Dosage: Take two rounded tablespoons (12 g) twice a day.

Recommended Uses: Collagen Hydrolysate from Great Lakes Gelatin will easily dissolve in your favorite beverages such as coffee, tea, juice or a smoothie.

Other Ingredients

100% hydrolyzed collagen powder (from bovine hide).

Warnings

Store dry & do not refrigerate.

Disclaimer

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