Collagen type II undenatured
The collagen in joint cartilage exists for 85-90% out of type-II collagen. The patented production process ensures that the specific spatial structure of type-II collagen remains intact.
Undenatured type II collagen exists from a triple helix-structure of three mutually linked (cross-linked) collage fibres.
At oral ingestion, specific components of the intact helical structure are recognized by the immune system in the bowel partition. Repeated intake leads to oral tolerance for type II collagen.