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Gelatin, a tasteless and odorless substance with a flexible, absorbable structure, has long been used as a source of protein, collagen and amino acids.** Gelatin Supplements

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What is Gelatin?

Gelatin is the translucent, neutral-flavored substance that remains after animal skin, bones and other connective tissues are boiled down. This adaptable substance provides flexible structural support and thickening properties, making it a popular addition to a range of desserts, candies and cold drinks. It also has a role in numerous wellness applications, including encapsulation and wound dressing. It has been valued as a source of protein for centuries; during the early 19th century, Napoleon’s troops ingested the gelatinous substance when meat and other protein sources ran scarce. Today, it has emerged as a popular natural beauty supplement.**

Modern research has found that gelatin supplies protein-building amino acids such as glycine, proline, arginine, lysine, leucine, tyrosine and valine. It is also a rich source of collagen, a protein found naturally in bones, joints, skin, cartilage and tissues. Studies indicate that with this connective tissue-nourishing nutritional profile, gelatin may help keep joints flexible and strong. Early research suggests it promotes growth of thick and healthy hair. It is popularly used to nourish the skin, helping it to stay supple and well-hydrated. The substance also lends structural support to help with nail strength and beauty.**

Gelatin Supplements

Supplements are typically sourced from bones and tissues of cows and pigs. Vegan and kosher alternatives to traditional gelatin supplements may be sourced from agar-agar, a type of seaweed. The supplement is available in powder or capsule form. It may be paired with silicon, a complementary beautifying nutrient for healthy hair, skin and nails.**

Gelatin Directions for Use

Seek advice from a health care provider prior to starting any supplement regimen. There is no standard recommended dosage, but serving sizes range from 1,000 mg to 1,200 mg.**