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Eberbach, Germany

The present invention relates to a sugar confectionary product on the basis of a gelatin gel, comprising approximately 1% to approximately 15% by weight of gelatin, and approximately 20% to approximately 85% by weight of at least one sugar and/or sugar substitute. In order to increase the melting point of the gelatin gel, it is proposed that the sugar confectionary product contains one or more polyphenols.

Gelita Ag | Date: 2015-04-28

The present invention relates to a collagen hydrolysate which is produced by enzymatic hydrolysis of type-B bone gelatin, wherein the collagen hydrolysate is formed from peptides of which at least 50% by weight, in particular at least 70% by weight have a molecular weight of 1,500 Da to 3,500 Da, and which have a mean molecular weight in the range from 4,000 Da to 8,000 Da, in particular in the range from 4,500 Da to 6,000 Da. The invention also relates to the use of this collagen hydrolysate as an active ingredient to maintain and/or improve the health of the bones, in particular to prevent and/or treat osteoporosis. The invention further relates to a nutritional supplement which comprises the collagen hydrolysate.

The present invention relates to a method for producing a stable dispersion of nano-particles, comprising the steps: a) mixing a suspension of nano-particles with an aqueous solution of gelatine hydrolysate; and b) adding an aqueous solution of gelatine to the mixture. Furthermore, the invention relates to a stable dispersion of nano-particles as well as the use thereof.

Gelita AG | Date: 2011-12-20

In order to provide a composition for the treatment of degenerative joint diseases with an improved efficacy, it is proposed that the composition comprises collagen hydrolysate and rosehip powder and/or extract, wherein the weight ratio of collagen hydrolysate to rosehip powder and/or extract, in each case in relation to dry mass, lies in the range of approximately 2:1 to approximately 100:1.

Gelita Ag | Date: 2014-05-20

The present invention relates to collagen hydrolysate and the use thereof for treating and/or preventing cellulite.

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