Monday, March 14, 2016

Vital Proteins Review

"We believe that whole food based nutrition containing collagen is essential for one’s overall health, fitness and wellbeing. Our ancestors utilized sustainable whole animal nutrition, which provided an abundant amount of collagen. Over the past century modern food processing has removed this natural and healthy protein from our diets. Collagen is vital for our body and is the basic building block of skin, hair, nails, bones and joints. We promote optimal health, beauty, vibrant youth, and overall wellness with our products.
We are dedicated to providing 100% natural, whole food proteins that support animal wellbeing and sustainable eco-friendly practices. Our happy cows openly graze on lush natural grass pastures providing the highest quality of protein.

I received the Beef Gelatin and I shared it with my co-worker who works out all the time. This protein is 100% pure, pasture-raised, grass-fed gelatin powder. Benefits of Collagen: Promotes healthier skin, nails, and hair. Keeps bones healthy and strong. Supports joint health. Helps contribute to a healthy diet and helps maintain weight. Helps promote sleep quality.

I had the beef gelatin as a post-workout drink, and I also put it in my soup one day at lunch. I need lots of protein to stay alert and awake through the day. They have many recipes to use the gelatin in. I'll have to try some of these out someday! The gummy bears look so good!

Other products Vital Proteins offer: Marine Collagen, Collagen Peptides, Beef Liver Dietary Supplement, Collagen Whey, and Cartilage Collagen. -- I promote Collagen because of the benefits listed above. Plus: Collagen is an important building block for the skin. It makes up to 30% of the protein of the living body and 70% of the protein that makes up skin. To learn more about Collagen read here.. and to learn more about Vital Proteins check out their website and also visit them on facebook and twitter.

Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part

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