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The Difference Matters: Regular vs Organic Bone Broth Protein

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Although there are numerous health benefits associated with drinking homemade bone broth, bone broth protein products, like any manufactured good, are only as good as their raw ingredients. If these ingredients are improperly sourced, the beneficial effects of consuming bone broth protein may be negated. read more…

5 Best Grain-Free Plant-Based Proteins You Should Know About

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Plant based diets are booming in popularity, but today’s Vegan and Vegetarian consumers aren’t the same as their counterparts from earlier eras. Due to concerns about pesticides, Celiac disease, and GMO Frankenfoods, modern consumers want organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, and grain-free options. read more…

Organic Whey vs. Regular Whey: What to Know Before You Buy

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Unlike regular whey protein, Organic certified whey protein is sourced from cows that were not treated with antibiotics, rBGH (recombinant bovine growth hormone), or other synthetic veterinary drugs. read more…

Collagen Peptides and Gelatin Protein: What’s the Difference?

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Collagen peptides and gelatin are both proteins derived from the collagen protein molecule found in the connective tissues of animals and both have similar nutritional properties, but due to differences in processing they have different culinary and nutritional applications. read more…

Collagen: Nature’s Most Abundant Protein You’re Not Getting Enough Of

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Primarily found in the skin, muscles, and connective tissues of animals, collagen is a strong, elastic, structural protein made from the amino acids proline, glycine, arginine, and hydroxyproline. read more…

Why Your Lactose Intolerance Might Actually Be a Milk Protein Problem

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Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest lactose, a type of sugar found in milk and other dairy products, but studies are now casting doubt on lactose intolerance statistics, suggesting that the problem might actually be a milk protein called A1 casein. read more…