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Hydrolyzed Silk Peptide

Silk; It is obtained from the cocoon that the larvae of the domestic silk moth (Bomyx Mori) knit for their own metamorphosis, feeding on the leaves of the white mulberry tree. Compared to fruits such as blackberries, cranberries and blueberries, which are known to be rich in antioxidant capacity, white...
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Silk and Beauty Industry

Silk extracts consist of a total of 18 amino acids with two main protein groups. Silk, which has the same structure as the amino acid composition in our hair and skin, is easily absorbed by the skin. In skin care; Supports cell repair Promotes cell regeneration It reduces transdermal water...
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Wonderful Ingredient in Hair Care; Silk

Hydrolyzed silk protein is very beneficial for hair. It works by coating the cuticles on the hair strands. It locks in moisture and protects the hair bonds, making it look smoother and straighter. It gives shine and a healthy look to the hair. Some of our manufacturers use a combination...
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Silk in The Food Industry

The digestibility of silk fibroin with 18 amino acids, 8 of which is essential, is 5 times higher than other protein structures. In recent years, studies have focused on the use of proteins obtained from silkworm cocoons as a healthy food source for human consumption in parallel with the developments...
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Memory Enhancing Activity of Silk Peptide

In recent years, specially prepared, proprietary silk fibroin protein enzymatic hydrolyzate (FPEH), used in daily doses of 200-400 mg, has been found to significantly improve cognitive function in normal, healthy people (Lee et al., 2004; Kim et al., 2010). In the study, subjects consumed placebo (dextrin) or 280, 400, 600...
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