GELATIN KOSHER 1 LB
Great Lakes - Beef Gelatin Collagen Joint Care Unflavored - 16 oz. (1 lb.) 454 grams
Beef Gelatin Collagen Joint Care is an excellent source of protein, and can not be recovered from hoofs, horn or non-collagen parts of vertebrate animals. There are no plant sources of gelatin. Beef Gelatin Collagen Joint Care has all the same benefits as the hydrolysate. Gelatin will clump up in cold liquids. It is recommended to either dissolve in hot liquid or room temperature liquids which allows product to dissolve or swell.
- Beef Gelatin
- Gelatin dietary supplement
- Collagen joint care
- Pure protein
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of Pork vs. Beef Collagen/Gelatin?
Collagen obtained from either source of raw materials are measured both by physical and chemical characteristics using the same test methods. Results are very similar although some choose to use type B over type A due to their theological beliefs.
What is Gelatin/Collagen hydrolysate?
Hydrolysate is either heated to a high temperature or enzymatically treated to reduce the "Molecular weight" which limits its ability to congeal. Hydrolysate is measured less than 5000 Dalton (mw) which makes it readily dissolvable in both cold and warm liquids.
It clumps in very cold and very hot liquids.
Great Lakes suggest for gelatin to mix in liquids of room temperature, which makes it swell, then add heat to dissolve. If left in cold it will not dissolve, however it will be easier to swallow if at room temperature.
Hydrolysate should be added to empty glass or cup, then pour your desired juice or drink over dry powder and it will more easily dissolve. They do urge using an electric mixer as it disperses with ease.
How are the cattle raised?
Their cattle are grass fed and slaughtered in Argentina and Brazil which is controlled by their respective Department of Agriculture. These countries have the same type of rigourous tests and inspections as the United States. Beef hides are the only product used to manufacture gelatin in these countries.
What does it mean to be USDA approved?
The USDA certifies that rindepest, foot-and-mouth disease, classical swine fever, swine vascular disease, African swine fever, and contagious bovine pleuropneumonia do not exist in USA products. In our case, all pigs have received ante- and post-mortem inspections by official veterinarians and are found fit for human consumption.