Real Undenatured Type II Collagen from China Supplier

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$2,200.00 - $2,500.00 / Kilograms | 1 Kilogram/Kilograms (Min. Order)
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Overview
Quick Details
Function:
Improved Bone Density
Type:
Collagen
Place of Origin:
Hubei, China
Brand Name:
Vanz
Model Number:
VZ 2019031366
Dosage Form:
Powder
Appearance:
White to off-white powder
Shelf life:
3 Years
COA:
Available
Sample:
Availiable
Storage:
Store in original container in a cool dark place.
Product Name:
Real Undenatured Type II Collagen from China Supplier
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
10000 Kilogram/Kilograms per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
0.01kg~5kg/bag
25kg/drum
Port
Wuhan / Shanghai / Other ports

Real Undenatured Type II Collagen from China Supplier

 

 

 

Product Name:Undenatured Collagen Type II
Appearance:White to off-white powder
Source:Young chicken sternum cartilage
Usage: Benefits for joint health

 

 

 

 

Some background information you may want to know

 

1. Cartilage

Cartilage is a matrix composed mainly of collagens and proteoglycan aggregates. The main cartilage collagen is Collagen Type II. The cartilage proteoglycan aggregates consist of a long spine of hyaluronic acid and many proteoglycan monomers non-covalently bound to the hyaluronic acid spine through two linker proteins. Proteoglycans are composed of long glycosaminoglycan (GAG) chains covalently linked to a core protein. The linker proteins bind to both the core protein of the proteoglycan and to the hyaluronic acid chain, thereby stabilizing the aggregate. GAG has long unbranched chains composed of repeating disaccharide units. One of the two sugars is always an amino sugar, either N-acetyl-D-glucosamine or N-acetyl-D-galactosamine. In cartilage, GAGs are mainly chondroitin sulfate and keratan sulfate.

Glucosamine exists in the form of N-acetyl D-glucosamine, which is an important component of GAG.

2. Collagens

Collagen is a triple helix of polypeptide chains. Each polypeptide chain usually has about 1000 amino acids. Analysis of the polypeptide chains reveals that glycine and proline or hydroxyproproline are very prominent. Almost one third of the amino acids are glycine and one quarter is proline or hydroxyproline. Most of the polypeptide chain is a repeating unit of the tripeptide glycine-X-proline, where X is another amino acid and proline can be hydroxyproline.

The polypeptides assume a left-handed helix conformation. This structure enables the 3 helices to interlock better to form a rigid 3-stranded cable or triple helix.

There are fourteen types of known collagens in our body. The most important ones are Types I, II, III and IV. Types I & III coexist in skin. In cartilage, Type II is predominant. However, the ratio of Type II Collagen to other collagens differs in different types of cartilage.

3. Collagen Type II for Joint Health

Collagen Type II is made from chicken sternum and contains all the important components of cartilage: collagens and GAGs (chondroitin, hyaluronic acid and keratan). Type II collagen accounts for 90-95% of all collagen in sternum cartilage, which is very similar to the compositions of collagen in human joint cartilage. As we age, the body's ability to make collagen proteins and GAGs slows down.

Supplying building blocks of cartilage for joint health has been shown to be effective in numerous studies. Glucosamine and chondroitin are examples of such successful supplements. Thus, collagen may provide additional benefits to joint health.

Chondroitin is only one piece of the puzzle. Supplementing with Collagen Type II, which contains all the cartilage-building components (including Collagen Type II and GAGs) and cartilage stimulating elements, provides the complete cartilage solution.

4. Source for Collagen Type II

The most cost effective source of Collagen Type II is young chicken sternum cartilage. In sternum, the predominant collagen is Type II (over 90% of the sternum collagen). The content of total protein (mainly collagen) is over 65%. The rest is mainly chondroitin, hyaluronic acid, and keratan.