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Is collagen hydrolysate vegan?

Collagen hydrolysate is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is collagen hydrolysate?

Collagen hydrolysate is a protein-rich ingredient derived from collagen, which is the most abundant protein in our bodies. It is produced by breaking down collagen fibers into smaller peptides through a process called hydrolysis. Collagen hydrolysate is used as a supplement to support joint health, soothe inflammation, promote skin elasticity and improve gut health. It is also popular in the beauty industry due to its potential to enhance hair, nail, and skin appearance. This versatile ingredient is tasteless and odorless, making it easy to incorporate into various foods and drinks.

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