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|Product Name:||Undenatured Type Ii Collagen||Feature:||Good Solubility Into Water|
|Origin:||Chicken Cartilages||Undenatured Collagen Type Ii:||＞25%|
|Appearance:||White To Slight Yellow Powder||Clinical Study Data:||Available|
|Production Temperature:||Below 40 ℃||Bulk Density:||≥0.50g/ml|
hydrolyzed collagen type ii,
type ii collagen powder
Chicken Cartilages Undenatured Type Ii Collagen Good Solubility Into Water
What are the advantages of Beyond Biopharma as a manufacturer and supplier of type ii chicken collagen?
1. Specialized in the production of Collagen products for a long time, we are professional and specilized in the collagen industry.
2. Good Quality Management System: We have the GMP Workshop and the Well established QC Laboratory.
3. Big production capacity with Environmental protection facility approved by Local Government. We can supply chicken collagen type ii stably and continuously.
4. We suppied to customers all around the world and have good reputation among our customers.
5. We have sales team with good knowledge of collagen which can response to your inquires quickly and accurately.
As a manufacturer of type ii collagen, we Beyond Biopharma not only able to supply chicken collagen in powder form, but also in granular form. Granulated collagen has a good flowability so that it can be easily produced into solid drinks in sachets or Cans. Type 2 Chicken collagen can also be easily compressed into tablets or filled into capsules.
During the granulation process, we don't add any excipients. The tye 2 chicken collagen keeps the same chemical compostion before and after granulation process. But the physical properties changes such as the bulk density becomes higher, the flowability becomes better.
We have GMP production facility and well established laboratory to control the good quality of our collagen. You are very welcome to send a inquiry to us if you are interested in our material. We have detailed documentations available for your checking including COA, MOA, MSDS, TDS and etc. Free samples are also available for your testing upon request.
Undenatured Type Ii Collagen COA
|Appearance||White to off white powder||Pass|
|Total Protein Content||≥60% (EP Method)||66.5%|
|Undenatured Collagen type II||≥25.0% (EP Method)||26.3%|
|pH||5.5-7.5 (EP 2.2.3)||6.8|
|Residual on Ignition||≤10%(EP 2.4.14 )||7.1%|
|Loss on drying||≤10.0% (EP2.2.32)||6.6%|
|Heavy Metal||＜ 20 PPM(EP2.4.8)||＜20PPM|
|Arsenic||＜0.1mg/kg( EP2.4.8)||＜ 0.1mg/kg|
|Total Bacteria Count||＜1000cfu/g(EP.2.2.13)||＜100 cfu/g|
|Yeast & Mold||＜100cfu/g(EP.2.2.12)||＜10 cfu/g|
|Staphylococcus aureus||Absence/g (EP.2.2.13)||Absent|
Undenatured Type Ii Collagen Details
What is collagen and why it is important to our health ?
Protein accounts for 16.3% of the total weight of the human body (a 60 kg person, contains 9.8 kg of protein in the body). Collange is the functional protein which is composed of more than 20 amino acids in different proportions. It is the material basis of life and is constantly in the body. There are more than 100,000 kinds of proteins in the human body. Collagen which accounts for 1/3 of the body's protein. It is mainly found in the skin, bones, tendons, teeth, cartilage and blood vessels of the human body. Collagen forms connective tissue, human skin, bones and Tissues and organs . It play an important supporting role for our body.
For the joints health. Let's take a look at the composition of the bones. 70% of the bones are inorganic substances such as calcium and phosphorus, and 20% are collagen. If inorganic substances such as calcium and phosphorus are similar to concrete in bones, collagen is steel, and sufficient collagen can maintain bone toughness. In bones and joints, collagen is also an extremely important component with a content of up to 12%.
Recent studies have also found that osteoporosis is also closely related to bone. In fact, it is collagen that plays a decisive role in bone quality. Just like the older the steel bar, the more it feels uncomfortable, the collagen in the bone will also deteriorate with age, which will easily cause bone problems such as fractures.
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