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Can gelatine cause blood thickening if digested?

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No, because gelatin is a mixture of collagen-derived peptides. When you eat them, they are first hydrolyzed by stomach acids into constituent amino acids. These amino acids are then absorbed from the small intestines as nutrients.

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