The molecular weight of collagen is smaller than collagen, generally ranging from thousands to tens of thousands of daltons.
Collagen peptides refer to some smaller peptides produced in the process of preparing collagen, with a molecular weight ranging from several hundred to several thousand daltons.
Small molecule Active Peptides are specific short peptides obtained by hydrolysis of collagen by a series of proteases.
Fish Collagen Peptide has a variety of physiological activities such as anti-oxidation, lowering blood pressure, and increasing the body's bone density.
Collagen peptides increase the activity of superoxide dismutase in the blood and skin of mice, and enhance the body's scavenging effect on excessive free radicals.
Fish skin collagen peptides with a molecular weight in the range of 3-10 kD have a certain protective and repair effect on vascular endothelial cell damage, and its effect increases with the increase of the peptide concentration.
Regular consumption of Collagen Peptides can increase the strength of human bones and prevent osteoporosis. Clinical studies have also shown that taking 10g of fish collagen peptide daily can significantly reduce the pain of osteoarthritis.
Collagen peptides can reduce the production of active oxygen in the liver of high-fat diet mice, improve the liver's antioxidant capacity, and promote liver fat catabolism, thereby improving the lipid metabolism disorder and reducing fat accumulation in high-fat diet mice.