BY: Lively Staff

June 6, 2017

Bone Broth Collagen Powder

What is Bone Broth Collagen Powder?

Vital Proteins’ Bone Broth Collagen Powder is crafted with USDA Organic bones that are simmered slowly to extract the maximum amount of nutrients. The bones are either sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised cattle or free-range chickens, and offer 9g of protein.  Take Bone Broth Collagen Powder to boost the immune system, support joint health, enhance skin hydration, and promote digestion and gut health.

Vital Proteins Beef and Chicken Bone Broth Collagen powders are the first of their kind:

  • USDA Organic
  • Grass fed/free-range
  • Dehydrated using low temperature, patented technology
  • Naturally occurring chondroitin sulfate and hyaluronic acid
  • Rich in glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline – the building blocks for collagen formation

Beef Bone Broth Collagen contains 9g protein per serving, 390mg Chondroitin Sulfate, and 50 mg Hyaluronic Acid, while the Chicken Bone Broth Collagen contains 9g protein per serving, 267mg Chondroitin Sulfate, and 50mg Hyaluronic Acid.

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Benefits of Bone Broth Collagen Powder

Bone Broth Collagen is not only a source of protein, but it also contributes to maintaining healthy gut (1), boost the immune system (1, 3), support sleep function (4), promote healthy metabolism (2), and boost detoxification (5).  Bone Broth Collagen is provides collagen, chondroitin, and hyaluronic acid.  Specific benefits include:

Supports digestion and gut health

Bone broth has been shown to help aid in digestion because it contains essential nutrients that work to heal intestinal cells (1).  A study published in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology found that gelatin, a main component of bone broth, supports strengthening of the lining of the gut while fighting food sensitivities, promoting the growth of probiotics, and encouraging a healthy digestive system (6).

Contributes to a healthy immune system

Because bone broth contributes to gut health restoration, it also promotes a healthy immune system due to an extensive amino acid profile that includes proline, glutamine and arginine, all of which help to encourage a healthy gut lining (3).  Studies have shown that bone broth can support healthy immune system (3).  Many doctors have recommended bone broth to help alleviate auto-immune disorders, support gut health, and assist in digestion (13). 

Encourages joint health

Many studies have shown that glucosamine and chondroitin may support joint function (7, 8, 9).  Since bone broth is packed with collagen, studies have found that over the course of 24 weeks, athletes who supplemented with collagen experienced fewer negative consequences related to athletic performance and an increase in joint comfort (11).  Gelatin, another major component in bone broth, is essential in producing minerals vital to bone strength that can ultimately prevent bone loss and support joint health (12). 

Maintains healthy skin

Amino acids and collagen associated with bone broth have been scientifically shown to be directly related to healthier skin; higher intakes of collagen are associated with increased hydration and reductions in signs of aging on the skin such as wrinkles, fine lines and sagging (10). bone broth collagen powder

Vital Proteins’ Bone Broth Collagen powder is unflavored and contains just one ingredient, making it the perfect addition to warm beverages, stews, soups, and more.  Easily dissolvable and blendable, Bone Broth Collagen powder adds a nourishing amino acid profile, protein, and collagen to your diet without changing the flavor or texture of your food or drink.

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(2) “Weight loss maintenance: Predictors of successful weight loss maintenance: a qualitative comparative analysis.” Bdj217.9 (2014): 525. Web.
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(6) Cardile, Venera. “Gelatin tannate reduces the proinflammatory effects of lipopolysaccharide in human intestinal epithelial cells.” Clinical and Experimental Gastroenterology (2012): 61. Web.
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(8) Richy, Florent, Olivier Bruyere, Olivier Ethgen, Michel Cucherat, Yves Henrotin, and Jean-Yves Reginster. “Structural and Symptomatic Efficacy of Glucosamine and Chondroitin in Knee Osteoarthritis.” Archives of Internal Medicine 163.13 (2003): 1514. Web.
(9) Hochberg, Marc C., Johanne Martel-Pelletier, Jordi Monfort, Ingrid Möller, Juan Ramón Castillo, Nigel Arden, Francis Berenbaum, Francisco J. Blanco, Philip G. Conaghan, Gema Doménech, Yves Henrotin, Thomas Pap, Pascal Richette, Allen Sawitzke, Patrick Du Souich, and Jean-Pierre Pelletier. “Combined chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine for painful knee osteoarthritis: a multicentre, randomised, double-blind, non-inferiority trial versus celecoxib.” Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 75.1 (2015): 37-44. Web.
(10) Asserin, Jérome, Elian Lati, Toshiaki Shioya, and Janne Prawitt. “The effect of oral collagen peptide supplementation on skin moisture and the dermal collagen network: evidence from an ex vivo model and randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trials.” Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology14.4 (2015): 291-301. Web.
(11) Clark, K. L., Sebastianelli, W., Flechsenhar, K. R., Aukermann, D. F., Meza, F., Millard, R. L., . . . Albert, A. (2008). 24-Week study on the use of collagen hydrolysate as a dietary supplement in athletes with activity-related joint pain. Current Medical Research and Opinion, 24(5), 1485-1496. doi:10.1185/030079908×291967
(12) Pottenger FM.   Hydrophilic colloid diet, Health and Healing Wisdom, Price Pottenger Nutrition Foundation Health Journal, Spring 1997, 21, 1, 17.   
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