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Grass-fed, pasture-raised bone broth protein powder. Your broth, your way! Beef Bone Broth powder is easy to use and packed full of nutrients that help keep your gut, joints and skin healthy.
Find out more about Beef Bone Broth’s wealth of benefits in ‘The Science’ below!
1) Try adding the powder to the cup first, then adding hot water.
2) When clumps appear, use a small whisk to mix. This helps spread the broth powder and breaks the clumps, so more water comes into contact with it.
3) Mix until dissolved and enjoy your filler- and emulsifier-free Bone Broth
Bone broth is a highly nutritious type of stock made by simmering animal bones and connective tissues. It provides a variety of important health benefits, but making it at home is a time-consuming endeavour. Enter Organika’s Bone Broth powder: the answer for the busy-yet-health-conscious!
Our Beef Bone Broth is simmered 24-48 hours to extract as many nutrients as possible. This makes it extremely rich in:
A 100% pure and natural product free from additives such as emulsifiers and fillers, Organika Beef Bone Broth is made from the bones of grass-fed, pasture-raised cows. It is tested for heavy metals and pesticides, and is free from all antibiotics and hormones.
INGREDIENT: Beef Bone Broth.
FREE FROM: Antibiotics, hormones, GMO ingredients, emulsifiers, and fillers.
Mix 2 tbsp of the broth powder in 12 oz of hot water or use it in other applications like soups, broths, and cooking. Check out our recipe page for more ideas: http://organika.com/category/recipes/
Q: How much collagen is there in your bone broth?
A: The Beef Bone broth has tested out at 86% Collagen through our laboratory tests.
Q: Where is your beef sourced from?
A: The beef comes from non-GMO cattle from Sweden.
Q: Can I take Bone Broth and Enhanced Collagen together?
A: Taking Bone Broth and Enhanced Collagen together will not cause side effects, and can be beneficial for the purposes of consuming different collagen types.
However, if you do suffer from digestive disturbances or a sensitive digestive tract, start with small doses, and work your way up. Collagen is a protein, so over consumption means you will be getting extra calories from it. Bear in mind that collagen is not a complete protein, so it is not intended to replace a healthy diet nor should it be your only source of protein.
Q: What is the difference between Bone Broth and Enhanced Collagen?
A: In addition to collagen, Bone Broth naturally contains gelatin, hyaluronic acid, chondroitin sulphate, glucosamine, and various minerals. Beef Bone Broth has a neutral flavour profile and can be taken with hot water or added to savoury recipes. Enhanced Collagen is a 100% hydrolyzed, flavourless collagen supplement. For more information, visit our Enhanced Collagen product page!
Q:Why does the Beef Bone Broth mix more clumpy than the Chicken Bone Broth?
A: The ingredients present in the broth affect the solubility of the product. Our Beef Bone Broth is made exclusively from beef bones and cartilage, with a high gelatin content. It is also a pure beef bone broth, with no added carriers like guar gum or preservatives to increase solubility.
Our beef bone broth is made from bones of grass-fed, pasture-raised cows from Sweden?