What is the difference between collagen peptides and gelatin?Updated 7 months ago
Hydrolysed collagen and gelatin are different. Although both originate and are made from collagen itself with amino acids, collagen and gelatin appear very different. Collagen peptides are smaller molecules than collagen produced by a natural enzymatic hydrolysis and they are more rapidly absorbed by the body (90% of peptides are absorbed within a few hours after taking).
Gelatin has a longer molecular structure than collagen peptides and are not as soluble or as well absorbed by the body.
Gelatin has a thicker jelly-like structure too.
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