Beef Collagen – Joint Care 450g – Hydrolysed

$35.00

Joint Care Beef Gelatin – Water Soluble – this means you place your dosage into liquid and the Gelatin dissolves. Very Easy to take each day, or you can add the Gelatin to your smoothies or cooking.
Why is Gelatin so Good? Gelatin has been used through the generations for a source of healthy broth and to aid digestion. In times or war it is used to assist wound healing and recovery of patients. What you might not know is the power of how naturally sourced gelatin is good for your health and overall well-being. Gelatin works in our body to naturally boost and stimulate the production of collagen. This will assist with aiding digestion, strengthening bones, repairing cells in joints and muscles, boosting immune response and metabolism and assist with healthier skin, hair and nails.

Description

Beef Collagen – JOINT CARE – 450g Packet  – Premium Hydrolysed

Joint Care, collagen for Joints is a bioactive (readily available) collagen peptide that is able to stimulate the growth of new joint cartilage. It is possible to alleviate the pain from the wear and tear effects brought about by the activities of life, sport, work and the natural aging process by taking as little as 5 grams per day.

Joint Care – Muscle & Joint Fortification
STRENGTHEN JOINT CARTILAGE & TISSUE

Has been known to assist with

Stimulating joint cartilage cell growth.
Increasing mobility range of movement
Reducing inflammation joint pain
Strengthening and improving the condition of skin, hair & nails
Maintaining joint integrity
Supporting general health & well being.
Hydrolysed for easy absorption – this means the Beef Gelatin dissolves in liquid

Bio Active Collagen Peptide

Neutral taste and odour. No fat or cholesterol.
No additives or colouring agents.
Excellent solubility in either hot or cold water.

Today, about 25% of people suffer from joint problems. This number is increasing constantly. The leading reason is wear and tear of the joint cartilage due to mechanical stress and age. One of the primary elements of joint cartilage is the protein collagen – it makes up some 70% of cartilage mass. By ingesting a source of collagen regularly, enables signals to be sent to cartilage cells to produce more collagen, thus helping to relieve joint pain and helping joints to become smooth and mobile.

Joint Care is a bioactive (readily available) collagen peptide that is able to stimulate the growth of new joint cartilage. It is possible to alleviate the pain from the wear and tear effects brought about by the activities of life, sport, work and the natural ageing process by taking as little as 5 grams per day.

Joint Care helps people with joint problems to regain mobility and provide an enhanced quality of life.

Ingredients:

  • 100% Beef Gelatin
  • 88% pure protein
  • 12% moisture (water and residual salts)

Dosage:

  • 5 grams per day – more if required – in water or liquid of your choice. (1 Tablespoon)
  • Equates to 4.8grams of protein per serve.
  • Will dissolve in hot or cold liquid. Add to smoothies, water, juice, tea, coffee or your favorite drink.
  • Keep some in your cupboard and add to shakes and smoothies to provide a wide range of health benefits

Nutritional Info

Serving size Per 100g
Energy KJ 1500 KJ
Protein 88 g
Fat, total 0 g
– Saturated 0 g
Carbohydrate 0 g
– Sugars 0 g
– Starch 0 g
– Polyols 0 g
Fibre 0 g
Sodium 300 mg

Amino Acids
THE APPROXIMATE AMINO ACID COMPOSITION OF GELATIN

Amino Acid Weight % Mol %
Alanine 8.9 11.1
Arginine 7.3 4.6
Aspartic Acid 6.0 5.0
Glutamic Acid 10.3 7.7
Glycine 21.0 31.1
Histidine 1.1 0.8
Hydroxproline 12.2 10.3
Hydroxylysine 1.5 1.0
Isoleucine 1.5 1.3
Leucine 2.7 2.3
Lysine 3.5 2.7
Methionine 0.9 .07
Phenyalanine 2.1 1.4
Proline 12.8 12.3
Serine 3.1 3.3
Threonine 1.9 1.7
Tyrosine 1.0 0.6
Valine 2.4 2.3

 

FAQ

Joint care – hydrolysed collagen  acts as a stimulator for the body to produce collagen in body. This signals the function of cell repair and cartilage growth.

Whats the difference

Joint Care is different from the other collagen products because of its molecular weight, size and the change to the amino acid chain and structure. Joint Care is specifically designed for its purpose of listed health benefits.

Gelatin comes in two forms:
(1) Gelling and (2) non-gelling. Also known as food grade gelatin (gelling) and hydrolysed gelatin (non-gelling).
The difference between the two products is simple. They are processed differently to produce powders with varying sizes of molecules and structures so different areas of the body can be targeted.

Gelling gelatin – Food grade
Gelling gelatin – Food grade gelatin aids digestion by soothing the gastrointestinal tract and it naturally binds to water, helping food move through the digestive tract more easily.
Taking food grade gelatin can assist in reducing food sensitivities by reducing inflammation in the gastrointestinal system. The protein keratin in gelatin assists the structural integrity of the gastro intestinal lining. Ideal for those suffering from multiple food allergies known as leaky gut.

Non gelling gelatin – Hydrolysed collagen
Non gelling gelatin – Hydrolysed collagen has been broken down to a very fine particle making it readily available to the body. It doesn’t need to be digested, it gets absorbed straight through the small intestine and into the blood stream.
This assists in reducing inflammation, and allowing more mobility of joints, increasing muscle mass, strengthening cartilage, promoting the growth of connective tissue.

Why is Gelatin so good for me?
Why is Gelatin so Good? Gelatin has been used through the generations for a source of healthy broth and to aid digestion. In times or war it is used to assist wound healing and recovery of patients. What you might not know is the power of how naturally sourced gelatin is good for your health and overall well-being. Gelatin works in our body to naturally boost and stimulate the production of collagen. This will assist with aiding digestion, strengthening bones, repairing cells in joints and muscles, boosting immune response and metabolism and assist with healthier skin, hair and nails.

How is Gelatin good for the digestive process?

Gelatin has essential and powerful amino acid profile. These are the building blocks that assist to keep you healthy and your organs functioning. Gelatin will draw out toxins, smooth the gastro intestinal tract and promote good bacteria in the gut. Customers have responded positively to these products commenting how much better they feel with less bloating and less sensitivities to problematic foods.

Gelatin is full of amino acids – what are they and why are they good for me?  
Amino acids. Why do we need them?? And what the heck are they?? And if I need them so bad – where can I get some??

It sounds like some weird fad that healthy people harp on about, but they are essential to your ongoing well being.

An amino acid is an organic compound. These organic compounds are the basic building blocks of proteins. Proteins are essential for us to survive and our body to grow and be strong, and are super important for the growth and repair of the human body. Protein is the major structural component of all cells in the body. Without protein the cells and body will start to break down and die off. When enough die you will have some serious health issues. High doses of proteins are available from Gelatin which can be taken as a daily supplement. In short, we need these amino acids to provide protein to the cells in our body, so we can be healthy and survive.

There are 3 classes of amino acids Essential amino acids Essential amino acids cannot be made by the body, therefore we need to get them from our food.

The nine essential amino acids are: • histidine • isoleucine • leucine • lysine • methionine • phenylalanine • threonine • tryptophan • valine

Non-essential amino acids Non-essential amino acids can be produced by the body and it is not essential to obtain these amino acid from the diet. They include: • alanine • asparagine • aspartic acid • glutamic acid Conditional amino acids Conditional amino acids are usually not essential, except in times of illness and stress. They include: • arginine • cysteine • glutamine • glycine • ornithine • proline • serine • tyrosine

Gelatin is a protein that contains 18 out of the 20 amino acids that are found in the human body. The four main amino acids in gelatin are • glycine, It acts as a neurotransmitter and plays a vital role in healing wounds. • proline, Helps in regeneration of new skin. • hydroxyproline is formed through the breakdown of the amino acid proline in the gastrointestinal tract and is essential for the stability of the collagen molecule. • alanine. Helps in removal of toxic from our body.

These four amino acids are responsible for things like repairing damaged tissue, convert glucose to energy, create muscle tissue, maintenance of healthy skin, joint mobility, strengthening the gastro intestinal tract and elimination of toxins from the liver. Being high in these amino acids, Gelatin is fantastic for digestion, strengthening skin, hair, nails, reducing joint pain and inflammation and increasing collagen production. Gelatin is also known to assist with: health benefits • Skin elasticity • Connective tissue production • Bone and joint health • Promotion and stimulation of cell growth in joint cartilage • Restoring mobility of the joints by decreasing inflammation and joint pain (like the pain experienced from arthritis). • Digestion • Detoxification Gelatin is fantastic for the gastrointestinal system. Gelatin assists digestion by naturally binding to water to help food move through the digestive tract more easily. Taking food grade gelatin can assist in reducing food sensitivities by reducing inflammation in the gastro intestinal system. Functions of Essential Amino Acids: • Phenylalanine: Helps in boosting memory power and also helps to maintain a healthy nervous system • Valine: Helps in growth of muscles. • Threonine: It promotes the functioning of immune system. • Tryptophan: Plays a vital role in maintaining our appetite. • Isoleucine: Plays a vital role in synthesis of hemoglobin and it is a major component of RBC (red blood cells) • Methionine: Helps in maintaining a good and healthy skin. • Leucine: It promotes the synthesis of growth hormones. • Lysine: They are involved in the synthesis of enzymes and other hormones. • Histidine: Helps in the production and synthesis of both RBC (red blood cells) and WBC (white blood cells) Functions Non Essential Amino Acids: • Alanine: Helps in removal of toxic from our body. • Cysteine: It provides resistance to our body and inhibits the growth of hairs, nails and etc. • Cystine: It functions as an antioxidant and protects our body against radiation and pollutions. • Glutamine: It is necessary for the synthesis of RNA and DNA. • Glycine: It acts as a neurotransmitter and plays a vital role in healing wounds. • Glutamate: Helps in removal of toxic from our body. • Arginine: It promotes the biosynthesis of proteins. • Tyrosine: It plays a vital role in the production of T3 and T4 thyroid hormones. • Serine: Helps in growth of muscles. • Asparagines: Helps in the formations of purines and pyrimidines for the DNA synthesis. • Aspartic acid: It is similar to asparagines amino acids. It promotes the synthesis of other amino acids. • Proline: Helps in regeneration of new skin.

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