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Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Chicken Soup -- 15 Servings


Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Chicken Soup
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Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Chicken Soup Description

  • Savory Chicken Soup Flavor
  • Grass-Fed
  • Pasture-Raised
  • 15 g Protein Per Serving
  • Sipping Broth

Bone Broth Protein is a nutritional powerhouse with all the benefits of an ancient superfood. This warming, satiating sipping broth supports an overall healthy metabolism and gut.

 

Key Ingredients
This bone broth sipping broth is a nutritional powerhouse, packed with the benefits of an ancient superfood.

 

Chicken & Beef Bone Broth Protein Concentrate
Our sustainably sourced chicken bone broth concentrate comes from non-GMO, U.S.-farmed chickens. It provides collagen type II, which supports an overall healthy gut, healthy skin and joint health. Our beef bone broth concentrate comes from sources that are grass-fed and pasture-raised, cruelty-free, and made without hormones. These collagen peptides offer collagen types I and III, and provide support for healthy nails, gut, joints and skin.

 

Amino Acids
Amino acids are the building blocks of protein; getting enough essential amino acids in your diet is critical to maintaining optimal health. You’ll get 18 amino acids in every serving of Bone Broth Protein. There are 20 amino acids in total, which each play a specific role in the body. Amino acids are involved in almost every biological process and aid in hormone production, healthy immune system function, muscle growth, energy production and more.

 

Joint-Friendly Compounds
Bone Broth Protein contains collagen type II (the type of collagen found in your gut lining, joints and cartilage) as well as compounds like glucosamine, chondroitin and hyaluronic acid. Those compounds help your joints move and feel better, with less discomfort and increased mobility.

 

Good Health Begins with Broth
There’s a reason every culture in the world uses some form of bone broth. We know bone broth is a nutrient-packed powerhouse, but the reality is, it’s time-consuming and messy to make… Which is why most of us don’t get any in our everyday diet. Bone Broth Protein is designed to support key pillars of your health, in a way that works for your lifestyle. It’s fast, easy and super-versatile. Try sweet flavors in your morning smoothie, or add savory flavors to warm water, salt and pepper for a homemade sipping broth.

 

Highlights

• Supports overall satiety & a healthy metabolism
• Supports healthy joints
• Supports a healthy gut
• Supports healthy nails & skin
• Features collagen types I, II & III, glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid & 18 amino acids


Directions

To Use: Simply mix 1 scoop into 8 oz of hot water and sip.

 

Color and odor may vary from lot to lot. Packaged by weight, not volume. Settling may occur.

Free Of
Grains, dairy, soy, nuts and BPA.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (21.5 g)
Servings per Container: 15
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories90
Total Fat2 g3%
   Saturated Fat0.5 g3%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol Less than5 mg11%
Sodium100 mg4%
Total Carbohydrate Less than1 g0%
   Dietary Fiber0 g0%
   Total Sugars0 g
     Includes 0g Added Sugars0%
Protein15 g
Iron1.6 mg8%
Potassium115 mg2%
Vitamin C1.6 mg2%
Not a significant source of Vitamin D, Calcium.
Other Ingredients: Grassfed beef bone broth protein concentrate, chicken bone broth protein concentrate, chicken bone broth oil, organic tomato, carrot, spanish red cave salt, organic garlic, organic turmeric root, rosemary leaf, thyme leaf, black peper fruit, rosemary extract.
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Should I Take Iron Supplements?

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Functions and benefits of iron supplements

What are iron supplements exactly? Put simply, they’re either capsules, tablets or liquid supplements that provide one of several types of iron. The main types of iron you’ll find in supplement form are: ferric citrate (iron binded to phosphates), ferric sulfate (iron and sulfate), and ferrous gluconate (iron made from salts of gluconic acid).

Iron itself is an essential mineral that has some of the following functions:

  • Promotes the production of healthy red blood cells which carry oxygen throughout the body
  • Supports a healthy pregnancy, plus fetal growth and development
  • Facilitates normal immune system function
  • Supports cognitive functions and also sleep
When you take an iron supplement, you can experience:
  • Support for cardiovascular and blood health
  • Support for healthy energy levels, as running low in iron can contribute to fatigue
  • Support for healthy fertility as well as prenatal and postpartum health
  • Support for cognitive health
  • Support for healthy sleep

Who's at risk for not getting enough iron?

Because iron plays a role in maintaining healthy levels of blood, women are more prone to being low in iron due to having monthly periods. Children also need a lot of iron to grow and develop, so they can easily fall short if their diets are not adequate and balanced.

People who are most prone to iron deficiencies include:

  • Those following vegan or vegetarian diets since these diets exclude the richest sources of heme (absorbable) iron
  • Women who are pregnant, who have higher needs for iron
  • Women with heavy menstrual periods, who lose blood each month
  • Infants and children, who may not need a great enough variety of foods that provide iron
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How much iron do we need, and how can we meet our requirements?

Ideally, we’d all get the iron we need from a balanced diet that includes a variety of nutritious foods, and possibly also with supplements if necessary (more on these below). Here are daily requirements for iron based on age:
  • Women over age 19: at least 18 milligrams/day
  • Pregnant women: at least 27 milligrams/day
  • Women over age 50: at least 8 milligrams/day
  • Men over age 50: at least 8 milligrams/day
  • Children 0-12 months: 0.3 to 11 milligrams/day
  • Children 1 to 8 years old: between 7 to 10 milligrams/day
  • Teens ages 9 to 18 years: 11 mg for males/15 mg for females

Best iron-rich foods and supplements

The most easily absorbable type of iron is called heme iron, which is found in animal-derived foods such as meat, fish, poultry, eggs and organ meats like liver. Other good sources include algae, seaweeds, nuts, seeds and legumes. You’ll also find iron in some vegetables and fruits, although this type isn’t typically absorbed as easily. Note that it’s best to eat iron-rich foods or take iron supplements with a source of vitamin C, which assists in absorption of iron. Here are the top dietary sources of iron to eat regularly to help meet your needs:
  • Liver
  • Grass-fed beef
  • Spirulina
  • Fish such as sardines
  • Lentils and beans like black beans and chickpeas
  • Dark chocolate
  • Leafy greens like spinach and kale
  • Nuts such as pistachios
  • Eggs
  • Dried fruits like raisins

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