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Bone Broth Protein - Coffee

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Is the Most Popular Natural Health Trend Really A Traditional Ancestral Superfood?

The Absolute Best Low-Carb, No Sugar Superfood that supports digestive health, lean body tissue, joints and glowing hair and skin

 

 

 

With Bone Broth Protein Coffee™ you can support your energy, metabolism, tendons, ligaments, muscle tissue, healthy digestion, glowing skin, and all these other benefits to your health:

  • Productivity and focus†
  • Healthy brain, mood and neurologic function†
  • Healthy blood sugar levels†
  • Liver support†
  • Athletic performance and stamina†
  • Vibrant, firmer, glowing skin†
  • Greater mobility and flexibility†
  • Healthy, strong bones and joints†


Bone Broth Protein + Organic Espresso Coffee

It’s not just bone broth — it’s bone broth combined with organic espresso coffee in one convenient, great-tasting java-inspired formula!

Who says you have to give up your morning cup of coffee to be healthy?

Thanks to Bone Broth Protein Coffee, you never have to.

The hottest trend in modern health (bone broth) collides with the most popular beverage in the world.

“Coffee—the favorite drink of the civilized world.” (Thomas Jefferson)

“Coffee is a language in itself.”(Jackie Chan)

For coffee lovers, mornings wouldn’t be the same without a cup of joe. From the first sip to the last drop, it’s more than just a beverage. It’s a rejuvenating and energizing experience. And coffee drinkers aren’t about to give that experience up.

In fact, more than 80 percent Americans start their day with coffee. That’s 4 out of 5 people guzzling down this one beverage every single day, adding up to 150 billion cups a year.

Unfortunately, most of this is non-organic, highly pesticide sprayed, mold ridden coffee beans.  Plus, many people pile on sugar and pasteurized, grain-fed dairy in their coffee making it even more toxic.

 

Do Coffee The Right Way!

It’s clear coffee-lovers are passionate about their java. And it turns out they have good reason to be.

Studies show that coffee is more than just a morning beverage. It can support everything from mental focus and productivity to brain health.

No wonder it’s the second most popular commodity on earth — only behind crude oil!

But it gets even better. When you combine coffee with superfood bone broth, you get one of the most nourishing and energizing combos on earth. 

Research has also pointed out that moderate coffee consumption may be associated with the following positive effects:

  • Increased athletic endurance
  • Healthy brain function
  • Cellular Health and Longevity
  • Healthy Blood Sugar Levels
  • Liver Support

One thing is abundantly clear: The benefits you can derive from moderate coffee consumption are far greater than you ever could from consuming sugar-rich energy drinks.

The coffee that is used in our Bone Broth Protein is organic espresso coffee with 50 mg of caffeine per serving.  Most cups of coffee have 100-200 mg of caffeine per serving.  So this is a lower, but effective dosage to give your brain and body the extra jolt it needs!

This drink is flavored with stevia and monk fruit extract and contains only 2 grams of net carbs and 1 gram of sugar and 20 grams of the highest quality protein per serving, you will LOVE the flavor and the results you get from this product!

 

Health Benefits of Bone Broth:

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. 

 

 

Bone Broth Protein Helps Support:

 

 

 

Bone Broth is Now the Hottest trend in Natural Health
So, what exactly is Bone Broth Protein?


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 moreversatile 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.

From the first sip to the last drop, Bone Broth Protein Coffee is more than just a beverage - it's a rejuvenating and energizing experience (fans of Bone Broth Protein Coffee compare it with the flavor of French Press-made coffee). With Bone Broth Protein Coffee, you can have a delicious, creamy and slightly sweet coffee beverage — with all the nourishing benefits you love about bone broth — in less than 60 seconds.  

Most Common Questions about Bone Broth Protein

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.

 

 


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