Say byeee 👋 to bland bone broths & hello to InstaBroth® for an explosion of flavors in every scoop. Bone broth is a collagen & gelatin-rich liquid that is packed with amino acids. It helps soothe stomachs, assists in sports recovery, improves skin & joint heath, increases fullness & so much more. You can sip InstaBroth alone, or use it in your favorite soups & recipes. #peboost
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Delicious InstaBroth® is all the collagen and gelatin rich goodness of bone broth in an instant. InstaBroth is protein packed and gluten free. Experience collagen wellness with Protein Essentials.
Many of our customers add Protein Essentials Collagen to their morning cup of coffee or glass of water. Protein Essentials Collagen will not alter the taste of anything, so you can add it to everything!
Our Collagen Peptides are sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised beef cattle hides to ensure a natural, high quality, and sustainable source of this superfood. We set high sustainability standards and our sourcing is focused on predominantly grass-fed cattle. Protein Essentials Collagen Peptides are Type 1, this means they are identical to the collagens found in human skin and bones. Premium, 100% natural collagen peptides, safe and free from any preservatives or additives.
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Tumeric is a powerful ancient spice that boasts a number of health benefits due to its strong anti-oxidant and anti-infammatory properties. Combine tumeric with Protein Essentials Collagen Peptides for a powerful punch. This tasty tumeric infused morning blend will help you face whatever the day may bring!
1 cup of almond milk
1/2 an apple
2 scoops Protein Essentials Collagen Peptides
1/2 teaspoon tumeric
1/4 teaspoon each ginger cardamon, and cinnamon
1 teaspoon raw honey
a tiny pinch of salt
Add all the ingredients to a blender. Blend until desired consistency is achieved. Enjoy!
Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in America, with over 50 million adults and 300,000 children currently living with a diagnosis of joint pain or joint disease. It does not discriminate, affecting people of all ages, races, and genders. With symptoms ranging from moderate to severe, and coming and going, arthritis has the power to affect lives in major ways.
Leading treatments include a combination of medications, joint surgeries, and other natural remedies. While such treatments are imperative, a lifestyle change may also be in order. Increased physical activity, like swimming and taking walks around your neighborhood, and adjusting your diet not only decreases symptoms of arthritis, but also leads to improved overall health. Choosing foods that are high in protein and contain anti-inflammatory properties are your best bet for combating symptoms of arthritis. Whereas protein strengthens bones, making you less susceptible to injury, anti-inflammatories help to relieve joint pain.
An altered diet isn’t a life sentence lacking in flavor or satisfaction, but actually leads to prolonged energy, potential weight loss, a stronger immune system, and enjoying whole foods that are as tasty as they are beneficial to your health. To take the guessing out of an arthritis-friendly diet, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best ingredients to combat joint pain and benefit you in the end:
Fish contains omega-3 fatty acids, which fight inflammation, making it one of the most recommended foods for those with arthritis. Eat fish, like salmon, mackerel, and herring, at least twice a week for the most benefits.
Berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries) and cherries contain Anthocyanins, which have an anti-inflammatory effect. Citrus fruits, on the other hand, are rich in vitamin C. Opt for citrus fruits like oranges, grapefruits, and limes.
Low-fat dairy products have proven benefits, given that they’re packed with calcium and vitamin D. Choose products like skim milk, low-fat yogurt, and hard cheeses.
One of the foods you were most reluctant to eat as a child also contains a compound called sulforaphane, which has proven to potentially prevent or slow down the progression of arthritis.
Olive oil contains heart-healthy fats and oleocanthal, which offer relief similar to that of anti-inflammatory drugs.
Beans are a great source of protein and fiber, also containing other beneficial heart health and immune system helpers like folic acid, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. Be wary of saltier options and choose red beans, kidney beans, or pinto beans instead.
Products such as oatmeal, whole-grain cereals, and brown rice are proven to reduce levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) in blood, which is a marker of inflammation linked with arthritis.
Containing a compound called diallyl disulphide, researchers believe garlic has the potential to limit cartilage-damaging enzymes. Used for a myriad of homeopathic treatments, garlic is also packed with anti-inflammatory properties.
While this spice has a centuries-long history of being used to prevent and treat inflammatory diseases, recent findings have proven that an included compound called curcumic can assist in managing inflammatory-related joint diseases.
Nuts, such as walnuts, pine nuts, almonds, and pistachios, are packed with calcium, magnesium, protein, and vitamin E. Filling and good for your immune system, nuts are also beneficial for weight loss.
Foods That Exacerbate Arthritis-Related Symptoms
Now that you are armed with the knowledge of the most beneficial foods for someone with an arthritis diagnosis, it’s also important to be informed regarding which foods to avoid. Understanding how inflammation exacerbates joint pain, along with other negative and unrelated symptoms, those with arthritis should decrease or cut out sugar, saturated and trans fats, refined carbohydrates, MSG, and alcohol from their diet.
Whole Foods for a Healthier Life
Ultimately, one of your greatest allies is a healthy lifestyle. Stick with whole, naturally produced meats, vegetables, and fruits. When planning your meals for the week, bring to mind the foods and ingredients mentioned above, then shop and cook with the confidence that the food you’re putting in your body is helping.
Which foods have you found to decrease your arthritis-related symptoms? Do you have any tried and true arthritis-friendly recipes? Please share in the comments section below!
Collagen has been all over the news as an important natural supplement for 2017. What is collagen? What benefits could you expect to see? Any side effects you should be aware of? How is it best used?
Let’s break it down! First, let’s take the mystery out of collagen. Collagen and its cousin, gelatin are not a new health phenomenon. Our ancestors knew the benefits of collagen – think jello and chicken noodle soup.
Protein Essentials Collagen, which is the supplement version of collagen, is derived from 100% natural, South American, pasture raised, sustainable sources and is free from preservatives, additives and has no known side-effects. Our collagen peptides are a unique, readily absorbed protein that offer proven benefits for healthy aging, joint and bone health, skin beauty and sports nutrition.
There is no denying that past the age of 30, when collagen production begins to decline, a natural collagen supplement can be essential. Collagen improves a number of age related inflammation and degenerative issues.
Safe, natural Protein Essentials Collagen added to a daily routine is simple and offers huge benefits. As little as two scoops a day, morning and evening, will support bone and joint health, skin health, improve sleep quality while improving weight control, and leaky gut. A simple addition to the daily routine with healthy rewards, for an active lifestyle at any age.
Studies have shown hydrolyzed collagen not only promotes muscle regeneration, but also stimulates bone tissue formation, reduces the cartilage degrading effects of osteoarthritis, lessens joint pain, improves skin appearance and decreases wrinkles. Collagen protects joints and improves athletic performance.
Protein Essentials Collagen is a non-allergenic, dairy-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, soy-free, kosher and paleo protein supplement. It is the highest quality collagen peptide supplement; easily digested, non GMO, natural collagen protein powder with 18 amino acids. It is also flavor-less and odor-less, making it easy and convenient to use.
The simplest way to take collagen is to stir it into a hot or cool drink. Each serving has 13g of protein and 52 calories. Adding collagen to a morning cup of coffee, tea or juice is a healthy, protein rich way to start the day. Collagen can also easily mixes into foods like oatmeal or yogurt. It is as easy as that!
October 17, 2016 by Kathleen Sullivan
Protein Essentials introduces the next generation of protein shakes; combining great taste, convenience and important health benefits. Each delicious 95 calorie serving contains 20 grams of highest quality pasture raised Peptan collagen protein and 3 grams of net carbs. Protein Essentials Mocha boasts a hint of coffee, while the Chocolate has a lightly sweet chocolate flavor. Perfect for a Paleo or Keto lifestyle, both flavors are non gmo, all natural, gluten free and non dairy (no whey!), free of additives, preservatives, artificial colors and flavors. Protein is one of the most vital components of our diet, and adequate protein intake is essential to maintaining a healthy and balanced diet.
Protein Essentials supplements with Peptan offer nutria-functional properties that cannot be found in other protein sources; looking at you whey, hemp and pea protein. Peptan collagen peptides were developed to improve health and as a result, deliver multiple health benefits. Protein Essentials collagen promotes connective tissue health and supports bone, joint and skin health. Additionally, these shakes provide sports nutrition and promote muscle recovery .
Simply improve your overall health by adding one scoop of Chocolate or Mocha Protein Essentials Powder to 12 ounces of water, milk, almond milk or your morning cup of coffee. These shakes are so versatile you can use them as a meal replacement, a snack or a pre or post work out supplement. Protein Essentials Chocolate and Mocha Shakes are the ultimate clean hydrolyzed collagen protein powder.