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    Powdered bone broth - yea or nay?

    Is this stuff the latest gimmick or is it really good for you? DH brought some home from someone at work who had a package of Dr. Ax's vanilla bone broth protein. I was thinking it might be an easy way to ensure adequate protein in our diets.

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    Humble opinion is that the benefits of bone broth itself are way overstated based on what I've looked up. I use a powdered protein that is plant based and would speculate that if you compared labels it would have more nutrients and amino acids. Then again, that's coming from your basic vegan. I think most people in the carnivore realm already get enough protein. My basic guideline is something like 50-60 gm per day. If I have a protein shake with almond milk for breakfast, that's 20 or more grams to start the day.

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    Thinking about it and from what ever current health science seems to say, people should be more concerned about where their fiber is coming from.
    Last edited by Rogar; 5-22-19 at 11:14am.

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    I like bone broth full of collagen, fat, and minerals, made in my Instant Pot or by a slower method. I would be skeptical of a highly processed version.

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