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Hydrolyzed collagen, like gelatin, is made from animal by-products, including skin, bones, and connective tissue while collagen peptides are from the skin. Collegen Peptides are made by extracting the collagen in boiling water. The extracted collagen put in an evaporator concentrated, desiccated with drum driers, and p… see more Hydrolyzed collagen, like gelatin, is made from animal by-products, including skin, bones, and connective tissue while collagen peptides are from the skin. Collegen Peptides are made by extracting the collagen in boiling water. The extracted collagen put in an evaporator concentrated, desiccated with drum driers, and pulverized. This product is not considered "hydrolyzed" collagen. see less Hydrolyzed collagen, like gelatin, is made from animal by-products, including skin, bones, and connective tissue while collagen peptides are from the skin. Collegen Peptides are made by extracting the collagen in boiling water. The extracted collagen put in an evaporator concentrated, desiccated with drum driers, and pulverized. This product is not considered "hydrolyzed" collagen.
VCrane
· March 11, 2016
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The blue cap dissolves in cold liquid. The green requires hot liquid to dissolve. They both help with skin and joints.
Kate H.
· January 13, 2015
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I have to disagree with everyone here, I can definitely taste it! I put it in my coffee and definitely didn't like it. I put it in my chia seed pudding, still can taste it. But mixing it with my eggs has been working for me.
caitlin
· August 8, 2016
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I have emailed to company since no one seems to know for sure - will let you know if I get an answer! UPDATE - It is Type 1 only. this is from the manufacturer. Here is a link I found about how the different types differ... http://theydiffer.com/difference-between-collagen-1-2-and-3/
Oshuna Oma
· October 18, 2016
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From their website: "We are dedicated to providing 100% natural, whole food proteins that support animal wellbeing and sustainable eco-friendly practices. Our happy cows openly graze on lush natural grass pastures providing the highest quality of protein."
Lindsay M Keiter
· May 4, 2015
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This product contains l-phenylalanine. This collagen is an animal-based, whole food, completely natural powder. L-phenylalanine can come from meat, eggs, or dairy. (D-phenylalanine, in contrast, is created in a laboratory. And dl-phenylalanine is a combination of both.)
Megan S. Stevens
· April 25, 2016
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as far as I know, yes.. the difference is the blue container has no flavor so you can mix it into anything without altering the flavor of what you're cooking
R. Smith
· May 3, 2015
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I drink them together everyday
Kyle
· April 5, 2017
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This is for consumption. Any other use would be a waste.
therr
· November 19, 2016
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Thank you for your question.
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