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 Australian Grass Fed & Finished Beef Bone Broth Protein Powder. Using the finest grass fed and grass finished beef cattle, free of antibiotics, no added hormones, no chemicals.

 

Your beef bone broth must have at least 8 grams of protein per 250ml serving to have gut healing benefits.

Beef Bone Broth has more glycine than chicken bone broth because of the type III collagen in beef bone broth.

Glycine fights gut inflammation by rebuilding the connective tissue that lines your gut. 

 

How we make our bone broth

Made from selected Beef Marrow Bones that are slowly simmered under vacuum at less than 70C, in filtered water with Murray River Salt and Apple Cider Vinegar to help release the nutrients, for more than 48 hours to release the minerals, marrow and nutrients from the bones. Following liquid extraction, the broth is gently freeze dried at a low temperature to remove the water and retain all the natural nutrients, for a delicious, easy to use organic bone broth collagen powder. Heavy metals testing is undertaken for quality control measures to ensure the soil and food source is uncompromised.

 

Ingredients:

Grass-Fed Beef Bone Broth Powder (Beef Bones, Filtered Water, Apple Cider Vinegar, Australian Murray River Salt).

 

Storage:

Moisture Sensitive. Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.

 

How to Use:

Due to the moisture sensitivity of this powder always use a dry spoon when removing from the airtight container. For a quick cup of organic broth stir 1 teaspoon of grass fed bone broth powder into 1 cup of boiling water, adding a few chopped herbs or grated ginger if desired.

 

To make a bowl of soup allow 3 teaspoons of powder to 300ml of water per person. Create nourishing broth bowls by adding your choice of chopped vegetables, fresh herbs and noodles. A great way to use left-over roasts. Simply shred meat into the broth and serve with crusty bread, or poured over mashed spuds, sweet potato and parsnip for a hearty meal.

 

What is the difference between bone broth and collagen?

Compared to collagen hydrolysate supplements, high-quality bone broth powder provides a broader spectrum of nutrients.

Among other things, it contains more different types of collagen. Collagen type I is the predominant form in our bone broth but collagen types II, III, IV and V are also present. In addition to collagen, hyaluronic acid and other natural glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) such as glucosamine and chondroitin are present in bone broth. This makes bone broth a more complex and richer product than collagen hydrolysate. Our bone broth mixes easily with liquids and has a mild, savoury flavour. 

 

  • Collagen hydrolysate contains only type I & III collagen, whereas gelatine in bone broth consists of several types of collagen (collagen types II, III, IV and V).
  • Bone broth contains more nutrients, such as essential minerals, fats and special carbohydrates (glycosaminoglycans, also known as GAGs).
  • So although gelatine in bone broth is richer, both forms contain essential amino acids that are easily absorbed and have different properties. 

 

Have the cattle been injected with mRNA vaccines?

No, the cattle haven't been injected with vaccines.  The farmers protect their cattle herds by attending to the environment and ecosystem in a responsible manner, strict biosecurity measures are taken to ensure visitors do not carry diseases on to the farms.  

 

FDA STATEMENT*

Any statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) or Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Product information and statements made are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure any disease.

Nxgen Bone Broth Protein Powder 250g

AU$29.95Price
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