Say No To Whey Protein & Yes To Bone Broth Protein

Bone broth protein might be a very good alternative for whey protein especially for improving athletic performance.

Finding the right supplementation for your unique lifestyle can sometimes be a challenge. With all the products on the market, and with more being added daily it can be frustrating to go through all the information to come up with the right solution for your ideal situation.

While many products might help you to achieve your desired results, finding the one that works synergistically with your metabolism to complement your workout, or your other daily routines is important.

Lets look at these products to see which one might be right for you:


This is the protein contained in whey, the watery portion of milk that separates from the curds when making cheese.
Whey protein has a number of health benefits and is generally used for various purposes including:

* Improving athletic performance…
* As a food supplement…
* As an alternative to milk for people with lactose intolerance…
* It helps to reduce weight loss and increase GSH in people with HIV…
* It may also be used to replace or supplement milk-based infant formulas.

There are many people who do not use dairy products and therefore will not be attracted to whey protein. There are also many people who lead active lifestyles who would rather have their added protein in a more simple form that they can relate to easily. Also, if you’re allergic to cow’s milk you should not use whey protein.

Whey protein is basically safe for most adults and children when taken by mouth; however, high doses can cause some side effects such as increased bowel movements, nausea, thirst, bloating, tiredness, cramps, and headache. It is also advised that expectant mothers or those breast feeding should avoid using whey protein as there is not enough evidence to show it as a reliable alternative.

Well there you have it. Even though whey protein may provide some health benefits to the user, the downside to its use is the side effects.


Bone broths are made by simmering the bones and some meat (typically that’s already been roasted) of an animal or fish for a long time, often more than 24 hours, versus a stock which can finish cooking in about 3 hours. This is just a meal, a soup. Most people are already familiar with this process so adding it to their daily routine is fairly simple.

Bone broth protein is rich in protein, collagen, gelatin, glucosamine, chondroitin and key minerals often missing from the regular diet. These vital nutrients support a wide range of health benefits and body systems including, Gut And Immune System, Joints And Lean Muscle Mass, Skin, Hair And Nails, Metabolism and a Healthy Weight.

Bone broth is widely known in many cultures as an effective ‘pick me up’ – some even going as far as saying that a good broth might revive the dead. The previous statement might be a little far-fetched; however, having a bowl of a good bone broth soup does wonders to the ‘psychy.’ It is normally consumed hot, so if a little scotch bonnet pepper is added, it can really wake you up.

Unlike many of the new products that are being introduced in the marketplace on a regular basis, bone broth protein might have quite a large following for the simple reason that most people are already familiar with the traditional folklore around it.

Bone broth protein provides a ton of health benefits without the side effects that whey protein has. It is easy to add to your daily diet, and is consumed just like a regular meal. I don’t know about you but I would rather have a bone broth protein meal without the side effects any day.