Why is grass-fed, pasture raised and no hormones/antibiotics important on labels with animal protein?
Because that is exactly how they need to be in a natural state to achieve all the nutrient dense amino acids, vitamins and minerals that bone broth is known for to help heal and nourish our bodies. Animals fed grain/soy (which is not natural to them) even if that grain and soy is organic, lowers the nutrient values of the animals tremendously and any animal given hormones or antibiotics are full of those toxins and they leach into the broth and into us, not good!
What is the source of protein in your bone broth collagen protein bars?
European pasture raised and grass-fed & grass finished bone broth collagen protein with no hormones or antibiotics whatsoever.
Do you give any proceeds to charity?
Absolutely, one of the few VERY important reasons why this company was formed, was to have a vehicle to help fund amazing missions. Yonder is dedicated to standing behind organizations that further God's will. We look so forward to getting launched and into a consistent profit so we can be a platform to fund such missions.
Why do you blend plant based protein with your bone broth collagen protein?
Per serving we designed it to get all the benefits of the amazing bone broth collagen and by blending in organic plant based proteins we are able to achieve a complete protein of all 9 essential amino acids, it also helps contribute to the amazing taste unlike the few others on the market. Making it super easy to get maximum health benefits and a DELICIOUS taste to consume. Very easy to make a daily habit of taking. No nose pinching when you consume ours at all, only cravings for more!
What is the difference between whey protein and bone broth collagen protein?
Whey is a component of milk that has been separated from casein when milk curdles. It is a great protein for muscle building but some people have an issue with whey and/or dairy and cannot tolerate whey, I am one of those who cannot tolerate whey. Bone Broth Collagen is rich in collagen which is the most abundant protein in our bodies and the amino acids (BCAA’s specifically) found in Bone Broth Collagen also has the capacity to rebuild muscle and help restore joints and so many other benefits you will read on my website. The research behind bone broth collagen benefits is exploding.
How is your bone broth collagen made?
With a gentle cooking process that preserves critical nutrients, amino acids, peptides, vitamins and minerals.
Where do you get your bones to make the bone broth collagen?
We very carefully and mindfully source our animal bones and are very proud to say we are using organically raised Grass-Fed & Pasture raised bovine bones with no hormones or antibiotics in animal bones whatsoever.
Why is bone broth collagen protein easier to digest than other proteins?
Bone broth in general is very easy to digest and nurturing to your digestive tract. Our Bone Broth Collagen is made with a gentle cooking process that preserves critical nutrients and breaks down the amino acids to hydrolyzed collagen which is even easier to digest.
How is bone broth collagen protein good for building muscle?
Bone broth has natural BCAA’s (Branch Chain Amino Acids) which are a special subcategory of amino acids. Leucine, valine and isoleucine are the three BCAAs. These are essential which means they can’t be directly manufactured by the body, as opposed to proline and glycine. These BCAA’s substrate the beginning of the rebuilding of your muscle when you are working out and tearing down the muscle with weight lifting for example. This process is call muscle protein synthesis.
How much collagen is in your bone broth collagen protein?
74% of the bone broth collagen protein is collagen, added collagen in our diets is known to be essential in maintaining youthful skin, hair and nails. Collagen is the glue that holds us together making up over 30% of our body.