Bone Broth Protein Turmeric

  • $44.95

  • Peppery, savory, Indian-inspired flavor
  • 20g of Protein per Serving, No Carbs, No Sugars
  • 750mg of Beneficial Turmeric Per Serving
  • Gut Friendly, Paleo Friendly
  • Contains Collagen Type II; Glucosamine; Chondroitin; Hyaluronic Acid; And 19 Amino Acids
  • PCR Tested Free of Genetically Modified Ingredients

Bone Broth Protein  Turmeric—MOBILIZING Formula: Superfood BONE BROTH Meets Super Spice TURMERIC

Feel the mobilizing power of Bone Broth Protein PLUS Turmeric—they’re better together!

Spice up your health with the synergy of superfood Bone Broth  and the Super Spice Turmeric, together at last in Bone Broth Protein Turmeric MOBILIZING Formula. It can put a spicy spring your step!

Bone Broth:  Ancient Nutrition, Modern Superfood

In the modern world, we’ve almost forgotten the health benefits of many ancient superfoods. Herbs, spices and even homegrown vegetables are relics of the past. Sadly, they’ve been replaced with “convenience foods” that include not only processed foods but “ultra-processed foods.” (Think frozen pizza, jello and cheese doodles!)

Make no mistake, for every superfood that gets added to the “forgotten” list, we pay the price with our health.

One of the most notable “forgotten superfoods”? Bone broth.  

Yet today, many people don’t recognize bone broth for the amazing food it is. Instead, it’s taken for granted. Or it’s simply thought of as the base for soups and stews and nothing more. 

But what many don’t know is that beneath the modern names and common uses is a whole host of hidden health benefits. (More on that in just a minute.)  

But before I tell you about those benefits, I want to answer the most popular questions surrounding bone broth:

What’s all the fuss about? And why is it quickly becoming, as the Today show says, “the hottest trend in modern health”?

To answer those questions, we need to understand what goes into making bone broth and where the nutritional and health benefits come from.

A Deep Dive Into the Making of Bone Broth

For a firsthand account of what it takes to prepare bone broth, let’s look at New York City–based chef, Marco Conora.

Besides owning a health restaurant, he also runs a bone broth bar. He literally sells gallons upon gallons of bone broth every week. Recently, he explained how even he faces lots of challenges when making bone broth for his shop. And he does this for a living!

First, he has to find a reputable supplier for clean and pure animal bones. (It’s more challenging than you might expect.)

Then he roasts the bones in the oven for several hours. After that, he boils the bones on the stove top for at least a day. He believes that’s the minimum required to extract the nutrition, health benefits, and great taste of a truly healthy bone broth soup.

And only then—after several days have passed—is the first cup ready to be served.

Nutrition experts confirm his belief. 

The long cooking process allows easier digestibility and assimilation of all these key nutrients:

  • The protein-rich Collagen
  • Glucosamine
  • Chondroitin sulfate
  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Amino acids
  • Key minerals
  • Many other beneficial compounds found in bone broth

These vital nutrients and beneficial compounds provide a wide-range of health benefits including support for:

  • Digestive and immune system
  • Joints and lean muscle mass
  • Skin, hair and nails
  • Metabolism and a healthy weight

Of course, a well-rounded diet and a healthy lifestyle (including regular exercise) go a long way in supporting overall health, but bone broth is something we should all consider adding back into our diet. Why? Just about every culture throughout history has used a form of bone broth to boost wellness, support a healthy immune system, healthy gut integrity, healthy connective tissue and more.

One of the additional “secrets” to the benefits of bone broth were the spices used in traditional recipes. In fact, bone broth is the ultimate delivery system for spices such as TURMERIC, which was often used in traditional Indian and Asian bone broth recipes, and provided a “GOLDEN” health secret to the bone broth.

Here’s a little bit about how TURMERIC can spice up your health bodywide!

At first glance, turmeric (a close cousin to ginger) may seem rather inconsequential—simply a golden, warming, flavorful curry spice used in cooking—but it’s time to take a closer look.

For over 4,000 years, Ayurvedic herbalists have looked to turmeric for its many health-supporting properties, including supporting healthy joints, soothing digestion, boosting energy and promoting healthy skin† In fact, some accounts suggest that turmeric’s usage goes back thousands of years in India,  while others say that the ancient Polynesians carried turmeric with them on their voyage across the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii. (Today, Hawaiians use turmeric liberally, known to them as olena.)

Marco Polo, while in China in 1280 A.D., recorded this in his diary about turmeric: “There is also a vegetable which has all the properties of true saffron, as well as the smell and color, and yet it is not really saffron.” (Turmeric has since been used as a substitute for saffron, an Olde World spice, in Europe for over 700 years.)

Overall, turmeric has long been revered by Ayurvedic and Chinese herbalists alike to purify the body and to promote a thriving system.† Presently, the disciplines of naturopathy and Ayurveda  often recommend using turmeric to support a healthy immune system and to support healthy aging.

But how is it possible that turmeric can offer such “whole body” benefits? One reason is Curcumin.

In the 1970s, scientists found that the bright orange color in turmeric is due to its powerful pigments otherwise known as antioxidants within turmeric called curcuminoid compounds, of which curcumin (which has been the subject of more than 2,000 published studies and articles in the past few years alone) is believed to be the most potent. 

 In short, the yellow or orange pigment of turmeric, called curcumin, is considered the primary driver of the health benefits of turmeric because it is able to neutralize free radicals, which are believed to be the culprits underlying health system and organ challenges, including joints, heart, cells and immune system as well as skin aging. Let’s take a look at these benefits:

Healthy JointsJoints can feel the effects of aging and other pressures, but curcumin’s role in supporting joint comfort and flexibility can be significant. Many people reach for solutions for their joints that are less than natural to say the least. Curcumin was found to work very well to support healthy joints without the unwanted side effects.

Healthy HeartWhile the jury is still out on the negative effects of elevated total cholesterol, it is universally accepted that oxidized cholesterol can contribute to cardiovascular health challenges. The antioxidant power of turmeric can support a healthy heart..

Healthy CellsScientists believe that curcumin and other beneficial compounds in turmeric can help cells behave as they were created, positively influencing cells in three ways: helping to neutralize substances causing cellular stress, maintaining cell integrity when threatened by occasional environmental stressors, and providing antioxidants needed to help support cells against excess free radical or oxidation.

Healthy Immune System: Researchers at Oregon State University’s Linus Pauling Institute highlight that curcumin can cause a “modest but measurable” increase in cathelicidin antimicrobial peptide, or CAMP, a protein that helps the immune system fight off various invaders.† 

Healthy SkinFree radicals and oxidation can wreak havoc on the skin, leading to wrinkles, age spots and saggy skin. (Of course, lack of collagen can adversely affect skin, too.) Curcumin, with its antioxidant levels and more, can also help keep the skin healthy.

In short, turmeric can cover a lot of territory in supporting bodywide health! For these reasons and others, it’s a good idea to add turmeric to your everyday diet—just like the ancients did in their bone broth.

Additional benefits of turmeric include:

  • Supporting gallbladder health  
  • Supporting a healthy weight
  • Skeletal health support
  • Supporting respiratory health, liver health, sinus health and more
  • Supporting healthy triglyceride levels already in the normal range  
  • Supporting brain health  
  • Supporting gastrointestinal and digestive health
  • Supporting a healthy response to stress

And when you combine turmeric with bone broth—like the ancients did—it can lead to a super-healthy synergy!

That’s why we’ve introduced THE FIRST OF ITS KIND nutritional power couple that combines the ancient superfood bone broth with the power spice turmeric to create Bone Broth Protein Turmeric MOBILIZING formula!

With Bone Broth Protein Turmeric, you get the benefits of bone broth and turmeric all in one, which is a time-saving and money-saving value to you!

Bone Broth Protein mobilizes your health for a variety of reasons, including the power packed 20 grams of gut-friendly and Paleo-friendly PROTEIN per serving. 

Protein supplies the body with the structural components necessary for growth, including the building of muscles, tissues and new cells.  In fact, protein fuels most of the biochemical activities of the body and helps to support stamina, a healthy weight, a healthy immune system and balanced hormones, among other benefits.  

But AMINO ACIDS play a major role as the building blocks of proteins.

The truth is that most of us consume enough protein in our diets, particularly in the forms of dairy, lean meats, eggs, legumes, grains, nuts and seeds. Plus, for many, when they supplement with protein, they use similar forms of supplemental protein: dairy/whey protein, egg protein, lean meat protein, brown rice protein, pea protein and soy protein.

The emphasis for protein consumption is often a focus on muscles, which is fine, since your muscles need to be strong and healthy to be mobilizing for your body.

However, connective tissue health is just as important for MOBILIZATION.

That’s why we believe the proteins found in bone broth are so important. It’s a real food protein source that supports healthy muscles, but also focuses on the rest of your body and its needs, including connective tissue!

I believe that Bone Broth Protein (along with a healthy diet and lifestyle) offers a convenient solution to consume highly beneficial protein AND important co-factors to support healthy connective tissue such as ligaments, joints, tendons and bones.

Key amino acids in Bone Broth Protein include:

Proline: Proline is a non-essential amino acid, which means the body can make it, but it’s still important to overall health. Here’s why. Proline is necessary for proper collagen formation, tissue repair, healthy arterial function and for healthy blood pressure. Adequate proline levels can also support healthy bones and joints, soft tissues and a strong back and back muscles. Since proline produces collagen, it also benefits skin tissue, and functions to support healthy levels of collagen.

Bone Broth Protein contains healthy amounts of Proline and Hydroxyproline. (Hydroxyproline is the active form of proline.) Best of all, Bone Broth Protein is a real food source of proline!

Glycine: Glycine is a main component of collagen, and is the smallest amino acid size-wise, but has huge and powerful effects on the body, while being catalytic in various biochemical reactions. Glycine is necessary for the building of healthy DNA and RNA strands, the genetic building blocks that are essential for properly functioning body cells.† 

Bone Broth Protein also contains healthy amounts of Glycine. Again, Bone Broth Protein is a real food source of glycine! 

A couple of other noteworthy amino acids in Bone Broth Protein include Glutamine and Arginine. Glutamine supports digestive health, muscle health, cellular health and the healthy synthesis of glutathione, that powerful antioxidant.  Arginine helps support cardiovascular health, muscle health, a healthy metabolism and more.

Bone Broth Protein also provides Bone Broth MOBILIZING Co-factors such as COLLAGEN, GLUCOSAMINE, CHONDROITIN SULFATE, HYALURONIC ACID and key electrolyte minerals to help naturally support mobilizing parts of your body, including your muscles, bones, joints, connective tissue, immune system, digestion, detoxification, your metabolism and weight plus much more!


Bone Broth Protein is a real food source of Type II Collagen in a highly bioavailable serum soluble form, delivering a healthy amount of real food source Collagen Hydrolysate per serving!

But what is collagen and why is it important for mobilization? Collagen is known as the “glue” that holds us together—everything from our joints, bones, ligaments and tendons all the way down to the cellular level. And note this: collagen levels start to diminish in the body beginning as early as age 20.

But we need to maintain healthy levels of collagen for mobilization. In fact, here are some benefits of maintaining healthy collagen levels in the body:

  • Support for natural, healthy tissue repair
  • Healthy mobility and flexibility
  • Healthy muscles
  • Healthy bones and joints
  • Healthy skin
  • Healthy aging
  • Healthy sleep
  • Healthy brain function
  • Healthy gut function

A primary collagen in Bone Broth Protein is Type II Collagen (via chicken collagen). Here’s how Type II Collagen is MOBILIZING.

Type II collagen, a protein found in the cartilage, bones and other tissues of chickens, is one of the most popular and researched collagens, and is also a major component of joint cartilage.

Chicken collagen helps support the body’s ability to produce beneficial compounds which naturally help to support healthy joints, and also provide joint-friendly CHONDROITIN SULFATE and GLUCOSAMINE SULFATE—both of which may help naturally support healthy joints as well as the normal bodily process of building and rebuilding of cartilage.

CHONDROITIN SULFATE is a MOBILIZING natural compound that is naturally found in cartilage and around joints in the body. It is one of a group of nutritional heroes known as Glycosaminoglycans, or GAGs, which are naturally-occurring polysaccharides found in connective tissue, cartilage, joint fluid and skin. 

CHONDROITIN SULFATE is one of six glycosaminoglycans that help form connective tissue in skin, tendons, cartilage, ligaments and bone matrix. GAGs serve to support collagen and elastin which occupy the spaces between bones and various fibers, while also serving to support digestive health.† Several important GAGs are naturally found in bone broth, including chondroitin sulfate, glucosamine and hyaluronic acid.

And when your joints are healthy, then you can be better MOBILIZED.

Bone Broth Protein delivers good amounts of food-based, soluble, bioavailable chondroitin sulfate—not isolated or extracted—simply concentrated whole food form.

GLUCOSAMINE is a MOBILIZING compound naturally made in humans which is involved in the creation of molecules that form cartilage. Along with chondroitin and collagen, it makes for powerful synergism in the structure and function of healthy connective tissue.

There are two main types of naturally occurring glucosamine: hydrochloride and sulfate—both of which naturally help support cartilage integrity.

Although most glucosamine is sourced from shellfish or a synthetic process, Bone Broth Protein is not. Bone Broth Protein™ provides good amounts of food-based, soluble, bioavailable glucosamine—not isolated or extracted—simply concentrated whole food form.

Bone Broth Protein also offers the age-defying breakthrough HYALURONIC ACID, a MOBILIZING compound which holds water and forms a gel-like substance. Hyaluronic acid is contained in the synovial fluid in our joints, serving to lubricate and cushion the joints, thereby reducing friction in the joints and acting as a shock absorber in the joints.

People have an estimated 15 grams of hyaluronic acid in the body, but each day, nearly one-third of our bodily hyaluronic acid degrades, which the body synthesizes and replaces. But by the time a person reaches mid-40s, typically the body produces only about half the hyaluronic acid required.

Bone Broth Protein provides a healthy helping of food-based, soluble, bioavailable MOBILIZING hyaluronic acid—not isolated or extracted—simply concentrated whole food form.

Additionally, Bone Broth Protein is a real food source of MOBILIZING essential minerals, including electrolytes such as calcium, magnesium and potassium, which are important for supporting bone health, circulation health, nerve-signaling health, heart health and digestive health.  

Bone Broth Protein provides soluble or bioavailable potassium at a healthy ratio to sodium in serum soluble form.† This is beneficial for a variety of reasons, including that the typical American diet has 10 times too much sodium and 10 times too little potassium. Bone Broth Protein helps to tip the scales the right way on that ratio!

 TURMERIC has MOBILIZING benefits, too, including:

  • Healthy immune system
  • Healthy skeletal system
  • Healthy joints
  • Healthy cells
  • Healthy weight
  • Healthy heart
  • Healthy skin
  • Healthy brain
  • Healthy aging
  • Healthy respiratory system
  • Healthy response to stress 

Bone Broth Protein TURMERIC—It’s time to MOBILIZE your body and unlock your inner health!

Suggested Use and Supplement Fact

Suggested Use: Mix one level scoop (included) in 12 ounces of water, juice or in a smoothie or protein shake one or more times per day. Great with almond, cashew or coconut milk or added to your favorite recipe. Can be enjoyed warm or cold.

Bone Broth Protein Turmeric has a warm peppery, savory, Indian-inspired taste. Add it to soups, stews, savory teas or sprinkle it on veggies for added protein and flavor.

    †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