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Did you know? Bone Broth is rich in minerals that support the immune system and contains healing compounds like collagen, glutamine, glycine, and proline. The collagen in bone broth will heal your gut lining and reduce intestinal inflammation, and that’s not all…

  • A great source of minerals from bone broth which are easily absorbed by the body
  • Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Phosphorous
  • Trace minerals

Fats in bone broth can help restore gut health, which will help with absorption of minerals.

  • A great source of gelatin and collagen helps support connective tissue
    • helps hair and nails grow well and strong
    • can help heal the gut.
    • helps keep joints healthy
    • want even more gelatin?  Add chicken or calves feet to your broth.  Ask your farmer or butcher!
  • Used to treat adrenal fatigue
  • A great source of the amino acids glycine and proline.
    • Proline is essential to the structure of collagen and is necessary for healthy bones, skin, ligaments and tendons.

Glycine helps detoxify the liver and is necessary for the body to produce the powerful antioxidant, Glutathione.  Glycine also helps promote muscle repair and growth.

If you don’t have the time or want to make your own broth, try Bone Broth Protein Powder. I’ve been using it and love the convenience. I use it as my protein powder source by itself or add it to my soup or have salad on the side.

Bone Broth Protein™ is Paleo-friendly, free of common allergens and the ideal protein source for those who are sensitive to dairy, grains, eggs, beef, nuts, seeds and legumes. Carefully crafted quality you can trust and tested to be GMO free, and the best part is you can enjoy it anywhere you go without the need for hours of prep.

You can try it risk free here. Free Bone Broth Breakthrough e-Cookbook with purchase! A great educational resource and recipes. Just email me your receipt and I will email the eBook to you 🙂 Paperback is also available for free plus $6.80 for shipping.

Some tips from my own experience:

  • I use the flavored ones for smoothies and the PURE one for soups. If making a smoothie with it, add the Bone Broth Protein after blending the smoothie. Otherwise, you might get foam on top.
  • If adding to soup, whisk it in before heating or it tends to clump.

Make sure you check out their great Blog – filled with more great information about Bone Broth!

If you are a Health Practitioner and interested in sharing this great product with your patients for better health, please contact me.