Other FormsHydrolyzed Collagen Peptides
Hydrolyzed collagen protein (HCP) is also known as gelatin. Collagen is the chief structural protein that makes up connective tissues in the body (skin, bones, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments). Hydrolyzed collagen is simply a modified form of the protein that has been broken down into smaller pieces by enzymes, which makes the protein easier to incorporate into dietary products and may ease the digestion and absorption of the amino acids by the intestine. HCP is often used as a general protein source in body building products because it is relatively inexpensive. HCP has most recently been used to promote joint health, nourish cartilage and bones and help athletes recover from exercise and sports-related
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