• hydrolysed gelatin
  • Hydrolysed Gelatin
  • Hydrolysed Gelatin
  • Hydrolysed Gelatin
  • Hydrolysed Gelatin
  • hydrolysed gelatin
  • Hydrolysed Gelatin
  • Hydrolysed Gelatin
  • Hydrolysed Gelatin
  • Hydrolysed Gelatin

Hydrolysed Gelatin

Yasin produces hydrolysed gelatin that comes from animal connective tissues, such as bones and skin. As it’s name implies, it’s the result of gelatin in hydrolysis.

What is the difference between gelatin & hydrolyzed gelatin?

The act of hydrolyzing something means to break it down by using water, then the left substane it’s called hydrolyzed gelatin which is easier to be absorbed by our bodies. it can be dissolved instabtly under hot or cold water or other liquids. so it’s application can be widely usd for beverage, function drinks, supplement products etc.

  • Easy to digest and absorb
  • Source of amino acids
  • Odorless, flavorless, and colorless
  • Provide significant health benefits

Why Choose Hydrolyzed Protein from Yasin

Yasin specializes in hydrolyzed protein manufacturing for 20 years. It is used in a range of usage, including as a stabilizer, thickener, and emulsifier in food products. Nutritional supplements, skincare products, and medical applications as well. Why so many customers choose Yasin as hydrolyzed gelatin supplier?  Because we can provide high quality and meet with all their requirements:

  1. Yasin hydrolyzed gelatin can totally dissolve in water
  2. Perfect clarity for all end products
  3. Over 9000 tons output per year
  4. Various hydrolyzed gelatin types for selecting
  5. Advanced R & D capability, constantly develop new products

Types of Hydrolyzed Protein

Bovine hydrolysed gelatin: It is rich source of collagen peptide. Derived from the connective tissues of cows. Commonly used in nutritional supplements for joint health and skincare products.

Porcine hydrolysed gelatin: Derived from the connective tissues of pigs, such as skin and cartilage, and is a rich source of collagen peptides. Commonly used in nutritional supplements for joint health.

Fish hydrolysed gelatin: Derived from the skin, scales, and bones of fish, such as tilapia and cod, and is a rich source of collagen peptides. Commonly used in nutritional supplements for joint health and skincare products.

Chicken hydrolysed gelatin: Derived from the connective tissues and bones of chickens and is a rich source of collagen peptides. Commonly used in nutritional supplements for joint health.

Types of Hydrolyzed Protein

Main Function of Hydrolyzed Gelatin

The hydrolyzed gelatin provides the body with collagen. It plays an important role in the human’s body strength and elasticity of various tissues. That includes skin, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and bones. What’s more? This gelatin also plays a role in wound healing and muscle growth.

Potential health benefits:

Promote bone density

Improve skin hydration

Improve sleep quality

Additional Names for Hydrolyzed Gelatin

If you are not familiar with the term hydrolyzed gelatin,there have some alternative names for this substance as follows:

  • Gelatin hydrolysate
  • Collagen peptides
  • Beef or fish collagen
  • Beef or fish collagen hydrolysate

Proper Storage of Hydrolyzed Protein

It should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture.

15-25°C (59-77°F) is the ideal storage temperature.

Keep it in an airtight container to prevent moisture absorption and contamination.

Avoid storing hydrolyzed gelatin near strong-smelling foods or chemicals

Maintain its functional properties, ensuring that it is effective and safe to use.

Once opened, hydrolyzed gelatin should be used within the recommended time frame specified on the packaging to ensure freshness and quality.

How hydrolyzed gelatin dissolve?

it dissolves in both hot and cold water but doesn’t change the texture of the liquid.

How hydrolyzed gelatin dissolve?

it dissolves in both hot and cold water but doesn’t change the texture of the liquid.

How hydrolyzed gelatin consumed?

it can be mixed with any recipe and drink it directly.

hydrolyzed gelatin can be absorbed and digest easier for our body. It’s also much simpler to combine with everyday’s meals because of its texture.

How Hydrolyzed protein is Made?

Hydrolyzed protein is produced through a process called hydrolysis. It involves breaking down the long protein chains of gelatin into smaller peptides.

Here is an overview of the production process:

  1. Melted gelatin
  2. Enzymatic hydrolysis
  3. Depigmentation
  4. Filtration
  5. Concentration
  6. Second filtration
  7. Cartridge filtration
  8. Spray drying
  9. Sieving
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