Perfect Hydrolyzed Collagen’ gets our BEST VALUE Collagen Powder Rating
Made Only From Brazilian Pasture-Raised Grass Fed Cows
Untouched by growth hormones, antibiotics, chemicals or pesticides
One serving provides 10 grams of Protein
Contains Zero Grams of Fat/Zero Carbs
Potent Source of Amino Acids
Lab Tested by a Certified Testing Lab
Made in the USA
Manufactured under FDA Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)
Quickly Dissolves In Any Liquid
Tasteless & Odorless
Builds Human Cartilage
Supports Joint Health
Improves Quality of Skin, Hair & Nails
* These Statements Have Not Been Evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Hydrolyzed collagen is a form of collagen.
It also is known as collagen hydrolysate, collagen peptide, gelatine, gelatine hydrolysate and hydrolyzed gelatine. Hydrolyzed collagen is typically produced from the skin, bones and connective tissues of fish and certain animals, often cattle and pigs.
Hydrolyzed collagen has a number of nutritional properties including 8 of 9 of the essential amino acids.
The Amino Acid Profile of ‘Perfect Hydrolyzed Protein’
Proline/Hydroxyproline – 25%
Glycine – 20%
Glutamic acid – 11%
Arginine – 8%
Alanine – 8%
Other essential amino acids – 16%
Other non-essential amino acids – 12%
Ingredients Label for Perfect Hydrolyzed Collagen
WHAT IS COLLAGEN?
Collagen is a protein. In fact, it is the most abundant protein in the human body.
It’s in our bones, tendons, ligaments, skin, muscles, cartilage and more. In fact, the only substance more abundant than collagen in the human body is water!
Collagen is the protein contained in animal bones and the connective tissue surrounding the bones.
Collagen is made up of amino acids and is especially rich in three key amino acids – glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline.
THE COLLAGEN LEVEL IN OUR BODIES STARTS TO DECLINE AFTER AGE 20!
OUCH! Possibly that explains a lot, doesn’t it? It also underscores the idea that adding ingestible collagen to our diet may be vital.
COLLAGEN vs GELATIN vs HYDROLYZED COLLAGEN
Collagen is referred to by a number of different names.
Here is a breakdown of the various terms and what they mean:
Gelatin –Gelatin is cooked collagen.
Hydrolyzed Collagen –Hydrolyzed Collagen is collagen that has been washed in enzymes, which makes the protein into smaller pieces, making absorption into the body much easier
Collagen Hydrolysate – It’s the same as Hydrolyzed Collagen
Collagen Peptides – It’s pretty much the same as Hydrolyzed Collagen.
Some Interesting Facts About Collagen In The Body
Collagen in Skin –70% of the protein in your skin is collagen.
Collagen in Bones – 90% of the organic material in our bones is collagen.
Collagen in Hair –Every follicle of hair is surrounded by collagen.
Collagen in Muscles – Collagen is made up of amino acids and amino acids are the building blocks of muscles.
Collagen in Joints – Collagen is in cartilage making it critical to healthy joints.