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  • Gelatin vs. hydrolyzed collagen
  • source :        Feb 25,2019         403
    【Summary】

    When you see the term “collagen” on a food label, it usually refers to either gelatin or hydrolyzed collagen, as eating true collagen would mean loading up on raw connective tissue or skin from meats… yuck. Gelatin and hydrolyzed collagen (also called collagen hydrolysate or collagen peptides) are nutritionally similar, and both made by cooking and breaking down collagen-rich foods, like bone, cartilage, and hooves. This process breaks down the amino acids in collagen, making it easier to digest and absorb in our intestinal tract.

    When you see the term “collagen” on a food label, it usually refers to either gelatin or hydrolyzed collagen, as eating true collagen would mean loading up on raw connective tissue or skin from meats… yuck. Gelatin and hydrolyzed collagen (also called collagen hydrolysate or collagen peptides) are nutritionally similar, and both made by cooking and breaking down collagen-rich foods, like bone, cartilage, and hooves. This process breaks down the amino acids in collagen, making it easier to digest and absorb in our intestinal tract.

    Both gelatin and hydrolyzed collagen provide the same valuable amino acids and nutrition profiles, with slightly different chemical properties. The extra processing used to make hydrolyzed collagen breaks the amino acids into smaller pieces, which some people find easier to digest.

    This also means that hydrolyzed collagen can dissolve in hot or cold water, while gelatin requires hot water. Unlike hydrolyzed collagen, which will dissolve unnoticed, gelatin causes liquid to gel, adding thickness to sauces, jellies or even ice cream.

    Collagen mixes easily

    Collagen consists of collagen peptides, which dissolve into hot and cold liquids completely. It’s heat-stable and pretty much flavorless so you can mix it into just about anything to get more bioavailable amino acids into your diet. Collagen is perfect to add to coffee, tea, smoothies, salad dressings, and sauces.



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