Introduction of Beef gelatin

Introduction of Beef gelatin

Beef gelatin is a powdered supplement made mostly from bovine hides (the natural, unbleached skin and hair of cows).

In addition to being a great source of protein, beef gelatin can be used as a thickening agent when cooking or baking.

It is especially derived from bovine collagen, which is also a structural protein found in the human body, which is essential to overall health in many ways.

Beef gelatin is not only an important source of protein, it can also be used as a thickener during cooking or roasting.

Because of the way it absorbs liquid and forms a gel or jelly consistency, such as in soft candies, jams, jellies, puddings and marshmallows, it is considered a "thickener" and "stabilizer" in recipes.

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Benefits of beef gelatin

Beef gelatin is a protein supplement derived from bovine collagen (derived from cow skin and hair). It is an important source of absorbable protein, contains a valuable amino acid mixture, and is low in calories, sugars, fats and carbohydrates.
The benefits of beef gelatin include support for joint and bone health, muscle building, intestinal integrity and digestive health, skin and hair health, etc.
Recipes that use gelatin include gummies, jelly, marshmallows, mice, pudding, smoothies, soups, and pie crusts.
If you are a vegetarian, alternatives to gelatin can include agar powder, arrowroot or tapioca flour. Collagen powder is an ideal choice for those who cannot avoid using all animal products.

Benefits of beef gelatin

What are the health benefits of beef gelatin?

Improve sleep: Gelatin is the most abundant food source of glycine (amino acid). There is evidence that taking it before going to bed can improve sleep quality.
Improve skin: There is evidence that gelatin can increase the moisture and collagen content in the skin.
Thickening of hair: Several studies have shown that gelatin supplements can increase hair volume and thickness.
Improve bone and joint health: Evidence for the treatment of osteoarthritis with gelatin is still insufficient, but recent studies have shown that patients treated with gelatin have a significant reduction in joint pain compared with placebo.
Injury prevention: Using gelatin in an intermittent exercise program can promote collagen synthesis or help prevent injuries and repair tissues.
Promote brain health: The large amount of glycine in gelatin may improve memory and concentration.
Promote intestinal health: The glutamic acid in gelatin can help repair and protect the intestinal wall from damage, helping to prevent "intestinal leakage"; if you suffer from intestinal leakage, potentially harmful substances can enter the blood through the intestine.

What are the health benefits of beef gelatin?

The role of gelatin

Gelatin is a hydrolysate of collagen, a fat-free high-protein, no cholesterol, high nutritional value and low energy. Collagen is a structural protein found in connective tissues such as animal bones, tendons, muscle sheaths, ligaments, and muscle membranes. It is the most abundant and widely distributed protein in mammals. As a food additive, gelatin is mainly used as a jelly, stabilizer, thickener, foaming agent, emulsifier, dispersant, clarifier, etc. It is commonly used as candy gelatinizer, frozen food improver, meat product improver, beverage clarifier, dairy product additive, food coating material, etc. It can also be used to synthesize gelatin film, that is, biodegradable film.

The role of gelatin
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What users say about FOODMATE

Fish film is very easy to use. I have bought it many times and the quality is very good. It is used to make mousse cake, jelly, and cheese sticks. They are all good and easy to use.


The method of use is simple and convenient, soaking in cold water is soft, and it is melted by heating in water. Used to make mousse cakes, it was successful the first time.


Take out each piece of the same color and size, crystal clear, look carefully without any impurities, the quality is very good.


The quality is very good, the fishy smell is not too heavy to be acceptable, the desserts made are also very good, and the Q is delicious.


I bought the coconut milk recipe, very successful, convenient and convenient!


It is very simple to use, open the package, take the film, tear it into pieces, put it in a container, soak it in 30 ml of pure water, and then heat it in a water bath to let the film dissolve.


There is a sealing strip on the packaging bag, which can be sealed each time after taking it, which is convenient for storage and basically has no fishy smell.

Frequently Asked Question

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Boiled to make GELATINE which is used as a gelling/thickening agent in many products including some (not all): yogurts, ice creams, cakes, biscuits, sweets, mints, licorice allsorts, jelly beans, wine gums, jelly, pies, sausages, aspic used in pork pies, coatings for vitamin pills.

Gelatin is rich in protein, and has a unique amino acid profile that gives it many potential health benefits. There is evidence that gelatin may reduce joint and bone pain, increase brain function and help reduce the signs of skin aging

Boiling certain cartilaginous cuts of meat or bones results in gelatin being dissolved into the water. Depending on the concentration, the resulting stock (when cooled) will form a jelly or gel naturally. This process is used for aspic.

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