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.