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New from Jordan Rubin and Dr Josh Axe, Bone Broth Protein Chocolate is a NEW breakthrough in nutritional supplementation—making the benefits of bone broth available to everyone in a convenient, easy-to-mix, portable great tasting protein powder—complete with 20g of gut friendly protein per serving.
This all natural, easily tolerable pure protein powder is gut friendly – which means no bloating or digestive unease – and comes with no added salt, sugars, colors, preservatives or artificial ingredients.
Bone Broth Protein by Jordan Rubin and Dr Josh Axe 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.
Throughout history, bone broth—the simmering stock of bones otherwise discarded—has been a daily part of life, celebrated by cultures around the world. Not only does bone broth add depth of flavor to recipes and meals, it also imparts significant and broad health benefits that are now capturing the attention of millions. Bone broth may be the “hottest trend in health” today, even though it is centuries old. Could it be the missing link that you’ve been searching for?
All Four Varieties of Bone Broth Protein contain naturally-occurring powerful Co-Factors including: Amino Acids, Collagen Type II, Glucosamine, Chondroitin and Hyaluronic Acid to support:
Try Bone Broth Protein from Jordan Rubin and Dr Josh Axe. It’s a Complete Protein You’re Going to Love!
Everyone needs protein. It’s one of the macronutrients our bodies can’t do without because protein supplies energy and structural components necessary for growth—including the building of muscles, new cells and tissues.
Protein also increases stamina, supports a healthy weight and immune system, and fuels most of the biochemical activities of the body. Likewise, enzymes, antibodies and hormones are made primarily of protein. Additionally, proteins catalyze most of the reactions of living cells and control virtually all cellular processes.
Not all proteins are created equally, though, so make sure you choose the healthiest, most nutritious protein possible.
While we’re on the topic of protein, it’s important to note that amino acids play a major role as the building block of proteins. In fact, the chemical properties of the amino acids of proteins determine the biological activity of the protein.
Humans produce 10 of the 20 amino acids, but the other 10—called essential amino acids—must come from our diet. Even if you’re missing just one of the 10 essential amino acids—the ones we can’t make—the body will take protein from other areas, including muscles, to obtain the one amino acid that is needed.
The truth is that amino acids are not like fats and starches that can be stored for later use. Amino acids must be supplied daily by the diet.
The 10 amino acids our bodies produce are: alanine, asparagine, aspartic acid, cysteine, glutamic acid, glutamine, glycine, praline, serine and tyrosine. The essential amino acids that our bodies don’t produce and need to be provided daily in the diet are: arginine (required for the young, but not adults), histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine.
To be sure, you can combine incomplete proteins to create a complete protein, but it makes sense to go with healthy complete proteins so that there’s no guessing as to whether or not you’ve covered your bases.