Our ancestors made use of every aspect of the animals they killed for food. They would take the stock bones and simmer it over fire to create a healing elixir we call bone broth.
Almost every living culture has a number of traditional recipes using bone broth and the medicine men used it to help people suffering from a wide variety of health complaints.
Today, bone broth is one of the most popular trends in the healthy living community. This is because bone broth is full of healing nutrients that are hard to find elsewhere.
Bone broth is the world’s best source of gelatin and collagen protein. Research has found that collagen protein found within gelatin strengthens the gut lining, reduces food sensitivities and effectively supports the integrity of the intestinal membrane.
Collagen is rich in the amino acids proline, glutamine and arginine which help to heal tears in the intestinal lining and support a strong gut lining.
Bone broth is rich in sulfur, selenium and glycine which help with phase II liver detoxification
Bone broth is a great mineral source and contains a good amount of potassium, calcium and magnesium for healthy bones and blood pressure.
Collagen protein is the same protein used to make our joints and our skin. Using gelatin and collagen is one of the best ways to keep your joints and skin young and healthy.
Reduce The Effects of Aging:
Want to look and feel younger? Our skin is made up of 70% collagen. The amino acids from bone broth protein are easily absorbed by the body and provide the essential components for the rapid regeneration of the skin structure. I use bone broth protein with my clients in order to help them:
Bone and Joint Support
Collagen is the most abundant protein within our bones and joints. Without collagen our body wouldn’t be able to support our weight and we would literally collapse. Consuming bone broth protein provides absorption of key nutrients needed to repair tendons, ligaments, bones and joint capsules. I use bone broth protein with my clients in order to help them:
Strength and Athletic Performance
Collagen protein supports strong joints, tendons and muscles. It helps to aid in recovery from exercise, strength training and the unique amino acid sequence helps to support the body in building muscle and burning fat. The naturally occurring amino acids reduce whole body inflammation and stabilize appetite.
Healthy Gut Lining:
Collagen is rich in the amino acids proline, glutamine and arginine which help to heal tears in the intestinal lining and support a strong gut lining. Research has found that collagen protein found within gelatin strengthens the gut lining, reduces food sensitivities and effectively supports the integrity of the intestinal membrane.
The major amino acid within collagen, glycine, is anti-inflammatory and a precursor to most abundant amino acid in collagen, glycine, is anti-inflammatory and also known to calm down the nervous system by binding and activating glycine receptors within the spinal cord.
Glycine helps alleviate insomnia due to its role as a relaxing neurotransmitter. The result is not only less pain and inflammation in the body, but deeper, more restorative sleep as well.
Bone Broth Protein begins as a true bone broth liquid. It’s then dehydrated, making it into a concentrated source of high-quality, tasty powder.
A quality Bone Broth Protein Powder comes with the same benefits of a homemade broth, but it’s also just as beneficial for digestion and even more versatile in so many recipes.
Bone Broth Protein supplies 20 grams of muscle-building protein to support healthy muscle building, maintenance and metabolism.
Bone Broth Protein is loaded with type 2 collagen and also contains vital minerals, including potassium, magnesium, calcium, selenium, glycosaminoglycans (GAGs), hyaluronic acid, glucosamine and chondroitin. It’s high in proline and glutamine– which are amino acids that support the digestive system.
What is the primary ingredient for Bone Broth Protein?
Bone Broth Protein is made from Chicken bones and are US sourced, free range and organic fed.
Should I take this with Collagen Protein?
You can mix Bone Broth Protein and Collagen Protein (but not required) since both are incredible sources for Collagen.
Do you have any extra information about the amino acids in Bone Broth Protein?
The largest amount of the amino acids in bone broth protein are glycine, proline and hydroxyproline which are what make up collagen. Collagen is characterized by the predominance of glycine, proline and hydroxyproline, which represent about 50% of the total amino-acid content in Bone Broth. Glycine and proline concentration is 10 to 20 times higher than other proteins.
How is the Bone Broth prepared?
Bone Broth Protein is made by simmering the ligaments, tendons and bones of free-range, organically fed chicken. Then the broth is dehydrated at a low temperature to be turned into Bone Broth Protein powder.