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Naturion Sdn Bhd, incorporated in 2002 . We are Distributor of Peptan Fish Hydrolyzed Collagen Type-1 F 2000HD and other Ingredient materials in Malaysia. Our mission is to assist by supplying to Manufacturers as well as knowledge sharing to home brand owner.

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In a coup for the company, Naturion has partnered with Peptan, globally recognised as the leading collagen peptides brand. Click here to find out more about Peptan®. We use Peptan exclusively in our range of hydrolysed collagen. Today Peptan is recognized due to the substantial scientific evidence that backs it up. The product’s efficacy has been demonstrated in double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical studies and results have been published in leading scientific journals.

Our partnership with Peptan ensures ‘Naturion’ operates at the cutting edge of health supplement innovation. Our many years of experience in researching and developing collagen peptides and other natural ingredients, combined with Peptan’s state-of-the-art laboratories and facilities and the expertise of their R&D teams, have given us a leading global position in our field.

Our range of Hydrolyzed Collagen manufactured in compliance with High Standard Manufacturing Practice  and internationally recognized ISO 9001 : 2000 Quality Management System, Food Safety ISO 22000, Environment ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001. We consistently deliver the highest standards of quality and purity


Collagen is the body’s most important building block and it makes up approximately 30% of the proteins in our bodies. Collagen is the key structural protein that ensures the cohesion, elasticity and regeneration of all our connective tissues, including skin, tendons, ligaments, cartilage and bones. In essence, Collagen is strong, flexible and is the ‘glue’ that holds everything together, it strengthens various body structures as well the integrity of our skin. There are many different types of collagen in our body, but 80 to 90 percent of them belong to Type I, II or III, with the majority being Type I collagen.

Type I collagen fibrils have enormous tensile strength. This means they can be stretched without being broken. Different cells in our body tissues are responsible for the production of collagen. The cells use specific amino acids and peptides as building blocks for the production of the large collagen helix structure. This is then organized into the strong fibers that provide structural tissue support, flexibility and the ability to withstand forces.

Collagen peptides are small bioactive peptides obtained by enzymatically hydrolysis of collagen, in other words, the breaking down of the molecular bonds between individual collagen strands to peptides. Hydrolysis reduces collagen protein fibrils of about 300 – 400kDa into smaller peptides with a molecular weight of lower than 5000Da. Collagen peptides are also known as hydrolyzed collagen or collagen hydrolysate. The much smaller and easily digestible collagen peptides are produced by controlled enzymatic hydrolysis.



Collagen makes up 75% of our skin
● Provides its structure and support
● Maintains its elasticity
● Hydrates it by attracting hyaluronic acid

As we age, the balance between the synthesis and breakdown of collagen gets disturbed. This means that both the quantity and quality of collagen go down. Your skin becomes thinner, dehydrated and loses its structure.

The Result: visible signs of aging, like wrinkles, sagging and dullness.


Collagen makes up 85% of our tendons where it maintains structure and strength. Tendons connect muscles to bones and are essential for muscle contraction.

As we age, collagen loss means a gradual reduction in the connective tissue that bundles muscle fibers into a strong and functioning muscle.

The Result: visible signs of aging, like wrinkles, sagging and dullness.


Collagen fibers are responsible for the structure and strength of our cartilage. They help reduce impact on joints when we run and jump, while making sure your bones do not scrape against each other.

As we age, collagen depletion leads to the wear and tear of joint cartilage.

The Result: joint discomfort, affecting overall mobility.


Our bones (organic bone mass) consist of 90% collagen. Collagen provides them with strength, structure and flexibility. It also provides the structural framework to anchor calcium and other minerals that are important for bone strength.

As we age, the decrease of collagen levels and mineral content means our bones get weaker.

The Result: bones become more fragile and more prone to fractures leading to higher risk of injuries.


Collagen peptides, or hydrolyzed collagen are the result of breaking down collagen by means of an enzyme. The enzyme cuts the large collagen molecule into small fragments (peptides) that our bodies can easily diget and efficiently absorb. As shown scientific studies, collagen peptides offer:

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