Great Lakes bovine gelatine hydrolysate: hydrolysed collagen is a concentrated protein powder (90 %) with a low molecular weight. This allows quicker absorption of the amino acids into the body. Hydrolysed collagen contains a unique combination of amino acids and mainly contains glycine and proline. Only the skin, connective tissue and/or the bones from grass-fed cattle are used for this product. Wikipedia “gelatine is a protein powder, which is generated from the hydrolysis of collagen. Collagen is a protein, which is found in connective tissue (in skin, bones and cartilage) of mammals.Historically, gelatine has been an important part of our diet for a century, but nowadays its use in the Western world has almost fully ceased. The use goes back to the Chinese empire, but all other traditional cultures used and continue to use gelatine in their food as well. The most common form and method of taking gelatine is in the form of broth. Thanks to its different applications, gelatine is seen as the first "functional food” in the world. Gelatine was the focus of nutrition science in the 16th century. It plays a role comparable with vitamins today. Gelatine was considered as the most nutritious part of food in France. In France, gelatine was used largely to nourish soldiers and many homeless people in Paris and other cities.
Rich in glycine and proline.