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What is Bone Broth Protein?

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Bone Broth Protein has been one of the most-trendy natural supplements on the market for the past couple of years. Unlike many other buzzworthy supplements, this honor is well-earned. As knowledge continues to grow about the product, it’ll continue to solidify itself as one of the most prominent all-natural sources of protein, amino acids and collagen. If you’re reading our Ultimate Guide to Bone Broth you’ve surely come across it in your local supermarket or online and your wondering if it is right for you. We’ll get into that in another section to this Ultimate Guide to Bone Broth Protein, but first, let’s establish just what is Bone Broth Protein.

WHAT ARE BONE BROTH PROTEIN SUPPLEMENTS?

Bone Broth Protein is one of the most prominent dietary supplements on shelf today. Undoubtedly, you’ve seen it at your local grocery store, specialty retail chain or pharmacy. The benefits of supplementing this product are the subject of many scientific studies and now it’s something you’re considering taking yourself. In the opening article of the Ultimate Guide to Bone Broth Protein we discussed exactly “What is Bone Broth?”. Now let’s discuss “What are Bone Broth Supplements?”

At present there are hundreds of Bone Broth Protein supplements on the market. It comes in various forms – powder, concentrate or gelatin, and liquid. They all are very similar in terms of the end-product benefits but have gone through different stages of processing to get there. The most common form is powder, which is pure bone broth (at least in Zammex’ Bone Broth) dehydrated down to a powder that is easily mixable in juice, water, almond milk, blended in smoothies, cooked with dinner and more. The origin of Bone Broth is also unique to the respective brand. Most products are derived from bovine (the most common origin), however you can obtain bone broth from chicken and fish as well.

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THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE SUPPLEMENTING BONE BROTH PROTEIN

The goal of the Ultimate Guide to Bone Broth Protein is to provide consumers with the information they need to make an informed choice on using it as a dietary supplement. By now, you may be in a good place and just want to get to the nitty gritty of the Benefits of Bone Broth – if that’s the case – scroll down. However, to provide you with as much knowledge as possible there are some Things to Know Before Supplementing Bone Broth Protein –

1. Bone Broth Comes in Multiple Forms:

As we discussed, Bone Broth Protein powder is our specialty, but it does come in other forms besides powders. The powder form is simply isolated pure Bone Broth put through a dehydration process and converted into a powder. Bone Broth also comes in a gelatin form which is referred to as “living” bone broth. It’s the closest thing to making it yourself at home and blending it into a paste – it’s like using a bouillon cube. The last form of Bone Broth liquid is the Bone Broth OG. Before Bone Broth was powder or concentrate it was the “soup” – this was how our ancestors did it 2,500 years ago. Ultimately, it all comes down to how you want to supplement it – the powder is the best and most convenient for adding to liquids, smoothies and some foods whereas if you’re simply interested in using it more for a cooking application or boiling it down and drinking it straight – the latter two are a better option.

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WHAT ARE BONE BROTH
PROTEIN BENEFITS?

According to Global Market Insights the Bone Broth Protein market is projected to hit over USD$2.8 billion worldwide by the year 2024. As consumers become more aware of the positive impact it has on metabolism, lean muscle and bone strength, joint support, skin rejuvenation and enhanced immunity that number will continue to drive upwards. Overall, the global Bone Broth market will continue to expand as individuals seek to find nutrient rich, all-natural remedies vs. medicines. To this point, we’ve taken you on a journey through our Ultimate Guide to Bone Broth Protein discussing what it is, but we all understand the benefits of supplementing is the number one driver as to why you’ll decide to purchase. Without further ado, here are the benefits to using Bone Broth Protein as a dietary supplement –

1. Gut Health

1.) There is published research available on the internet that highlights the beneficial properties of Bone Broth on the gut. Bone Broth is easily digested and soothing to your entire digestive system – this is THE NUMBER ONE most important thing to consider as you seek to improve your health and wellness. The health of your gut influences your physical performance, overall immunity and cognitive function. You’re probably thinking… no way! It’s true and it’s driven by the fact that a healthy gut allows for the optimal processing of valuable nutrients that influence muscle growth and recovery, your ability to fight infection and fatigue and mental acuity. Everything starts with gut health and Bone Broth is your support partner to build a healthier digestive system.

2. Joint Support

Zammex Nutrition has a great selection of Collagen products – but did you know Bone Broth is a great source of Collagen? As you age, as you continue to endure workout after workout your body will break down. Your natural Collagen production decreases and your joints, bones, ligaments become vulnerable to some serious wear and tear. Fear not – there is plenty of research that shows Bone Broth has restorative qualities to your bones and joints, which will keep them healthy, young and strong so you can continue to grind in the gym.

3. Maintain Healthy Skin

While we’re discussing Collagen, we can also highlight the fact it does wonders for skin elasticity and other compounds within the skin. This will undoubtedly help you maintain your skin’s youthful tone, texture and appearance. It is also quite rich in hyaluronic acid which is in just about every cosmetic brands’ new product line because it alleviates dry skin and reduces wrinkles and fine lines.

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Who Should Take
Bone Broth Protein?

“If you are sitting here thinking about whether you should try Zammex Nutrition’s Bone Broth Protein, you should. What I liked best about this brand is that it is non-GMO, hormone and antibiotic free and is gluten and dairy free. (I am sensitive to gluten and when you buy products, it is always nice to know that there are no additional unwanted additives.) It was a nice size, (a lot of product for your money.) and it couldn't have come at a more perfect time as I was suffering from food poisoning at the time and my stomach was very weak. When I opened the container, it had a very mild flavor which was perfect for blending into all different types of products, sweet or savory. First on day one, I had added it to a soup, and I was able to enjoy it. It was light on my stomach and easy to digest. The next day blended it into a smoothie and it added a little thickness without being overpowering. (You know it is high quality when you can hardly tell the difference in flavor.) It apparently has 19 amino acids and collagen, so I am looking forward to seeing what it will do for my hair and skin in the long run. After a week, I am noticing the extra energy and focus I am getting from the daily protein and I am thinking of sharing some of my recipes with my family and friends and especially my Mom who struggles to get all the nutrients she needs daily. I am a big advocate for bone broth for all of its health properties and this mixture did not disappoint”

The above is a true story from one of our loyal customers

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What are Bone Broth
Protein Side Effects?

As we stated in our Ultimate Guide to Collagen (Chen to link that) Zammex Nutrition is built on the principle of Health Made Simple. Because of that we would never create a product that may have adverse side effects on our customers. However, it is vitally important that every person who chooses to take our products understands there may be side effects that aren’t anticipated. Like Collagen, Bone Broth Protein is very easy on the body and has virtually no side effects. There have been very few reported cases of people having issues when consuming Bone Broth as a dietary supplement. However, just to be sure we want to make people aware that you should know yourself and the supplement before consuming -

1. Hypersensitivity Reactions

There’s always a chance that you may have a hypersensitivity reaction as an abnormal response of the immune system against certain foods, drugs and supplements. Our Bone Broth Protein is as pure as it gets – just look at the nutritional label. It’s other products you need to be concerned about that have other additives that are totally unnecessary. Bone Broth is derived from animals and if you have dietary restrictions when it comes to bovine or chicken – please consult your physician.

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How To Choose A
BONE BROTH SUPPLEMENT?

1. Purity Realized

If you look at the label of Zammex’ Bone Broth Protein under the word ingredients you will see one thing and one thing only. When you’re choosing your Bone Broth you should avoid any Bone Broth Protein powder that has “other” ingredients. The product when sourced naturally and purified properly should be totally consumable without much odor or taste. Furthermore, it should dissolve effectively in most beverages, smoothies and other foods. You don’t need the “other” stuff.

2. Avoid the Flavors

Piggy-backing off the above, we strongly encourage you to avoid purchasing a Bone Broth Protein with flavoring or sweeteners. You should be able to consume the product in something you drink already or in easy smoothie recipes. We’d hate to see you ruin such a pure wonderful supplement with artificial flavors or something like stevia. Keep it clean!

3. Hydrolyzed is Key

If you cut corners and do not purchase of product that is hydrolyzed you might as well just throw half of your money into the toilet because you’re only going to effectively absorb half of what you consume. That’s a bit of an exaggeration, but the fact is having a hydrolyzed product is very important because of the optimal absorption and bioavailability.

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