What are "Highly Structuralized Di- and Tri-Peptides?"


Hope this will be a “softball” question for someone who knows the Mag-10 product. What is meant by “highly structuralized di- and tri-peptides.” A dipeptide is a protein consisting of 2 amino acids, and a tripeptide is a protein consisting of 3 amino acids, so what makes one of these proteins “highly structuralized?”


I double-checked to get some info. Biotest utilizes casein that’s hydrolyzed to specifically produce consistent di- and tripeptides, rather than a random array of peptides.


Thanks. That is what I thought it should mean.