As it turns out, your grandmother knew exactly what she was talking about when she made a batch of that comforting homemade chicken broth when you were sick. While chances are, many of us have been sipping on chicken soup when we are under the weather for as long as we can remember, it’s not just the comfort chicken soup brings that makes it so great. The secrets in the broth and bone broth has quickly become one of the most talked and raved about superfoods over the last couple of years.
With the boom in popularity, new ways of adding bone broth to your diet have emerged. So, if making your own pot with animal bones just isn’t your cup of tea, we get it. But the great news is, you can still reap some of the amazing health benefits by getting your daily dose of broth in powder form. Plus. what’s even better is that there’s now bone broth protein powder that can help provide you with all of the healthy goodness from the broth. Plus, it gives your body an added punch of protein to refuel those tired muscles after an intense cardio FitOn workout.
Ready to give bone broth protein a try, and wondering what in the world it would taste like? We got you covered.
What is Bone Broth Protein?
Simple enough, bone broth protein is a powder made from bone broth protein concentrate. If you’re familiar with Dr. Axe, then you may have seen his line of protein powders already. Dr. Josh Axe is one one of the leaders in the bone broth protein industry and has brought numerous varieties to health food store shelves that are all a part of his Ancient Nutrition line of products.
These bone broth protein powders are paleo and keto-friendly and are rich in collagen and amino acids to not only support muscle recovery but to support gut health as well.
Wondering if this powder will make your smoothies taste like chicken? (yeah, we are too.) Well, the good news is that most drinkers enjoy the mild flavor. And if you’re leary of the taste, there are flavored varieties like chocolate and vanilla to add a nice flavor boost to your protein shake.
The Benefits of Bone Broth Protein
If you are searching for a new protein powder to add to your post-workout shake, bone broth protein may be an ideal option, especially if you suffer from gut health issues, and here’s why.
Bone broth is known to help support those with digestive health issues, which let’s be honest, we all could use a digestive health tune-up every now and then. While, it is thought to help seal the little tight junctions in your gut which can be super beneficial for those with leaky gut syndrome.
Bone broth is also rich in collagen which can also help support the gut lining, reduce inflammation, and support skin elasticity (hello youthful looking skin.)
But, what if you aren’t a big fan of the broth itself, or just don’t have time to make a batch? Trust us, you’re not alone, and committing to making bone broth weekly can be extremely time-consuming. But, if you still want to give your body the benefits of bone broth without having to carve out time to make it in your schedule, enter bone broth protein.
This is where adding this protein powder to your diet is the perfect balance between convenience while still enjoying something that supports overall health.
Let’s take a look at some additional health benefits of adding bone broth protein to your diet
- An excellent option for those who do not tolerate dairy-based or soy-based protein powders.
- Rich in collagen glycine and glucosamine to fuel joint health.
- A healthy source of protein.
- Makes a convenient way to get the benefits of bone broth without having to make it.
- Boosts skin health.
- Supports the gut.
- Great for those on a paleo or keto diet.
- Makes a great post-workout fuel source.
And, if you want the deets on the nutritional breakdown, this is what a scoop of bone broth protein will add to your shakes and smoothies.
In one scoop, you will get an average of:
- 90 calories
- 1 gram of fat
- 20 grams of protein (heck yeah!)
Different Ways to Add Bone Broth Protein to Your Diet
Our fav way to take this protein powder is blended into a smoothie or shake, but you definitely have options here. If protein shakes just aren’t yo’ thang, here are some other ways to get bone broth protein into your diet.
- Mixed into your favorite beverage.
- Added to homemade almond flour muffins.
- Sprinkled over a bowl of oats or yogurt.
A Vanilla Almond Milk Recipe
Ready to start adding a scoop of bone broth protein to your post-workout shakes? We totally think you should, and want to share a delicious and creamy vanilla almond milk bone broth protein recipe with you to help you get started.
Here’s what you’ll need…
- 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk
- 1 scoop of bone broth protein
- 1 frozen banana
- 1 tsp. pure vanilla extract
- 2 Tbsp. pure maple syrup
- 1 Tbsp. hemp seeds
- Add all the ingredients to a high-speed blender, and blend until smooth.
- Sip, and let the bone broth protein go to work refueling the body with exactly what it needs post workout.
The Bottom Line
So, yeah-we like bone broth protein around here, and if you’re just as excited as we are about it, then run, don’t walk to your nearest Whole Foods and pick up a container, and whip up this delicious vanilla almond bone broth protein shake. Not only will your post-workout sore muscles thank you for it, but by choosing a hypoallergenic protein powder that contains an impressive ability to help soothe the digestive system, you will be supercharging your health in more ways than one.