Is Zint Collagen type 1, 2 or 3?
Zint Collagen is comprised of both type 1 and 3. Type-1 collagen is the most prominent matrix of protein in the skin and is responsible for making skin firm. Type-3 collagen is found in human tissue, giving skin its plumpness and soft texture. As we age, the stronger type-1 collagen gradually replaces type-3 collagen, and the skin begins to lose it youthful properties.
How much Zint Collagen should I consume daily?
In order to experience the maximum benefit of Zint Collagen, you should ideally consume two tablespoons per day, broken out in two separate doses: one in the morning and one in the evening.
What’s the difference between gelatin and collagen hydrolysate?
Regular gelatin is recognized for its ability to “bloom” or thicken. When mixed with a liquid, it takes on a thermo-reversible gel-like consistency at room temperature and can be dissolved by adding hot water.
Collagen hydrolysate is purified through a process that breaks it down into smaller molecules, thereby reducing its ability to gel. Unlike gelatin, which only dissolves in hot water, collagen hydrolysate will dissolve in cold water and is more easily digestible.