Beef Blood Protein Isolate - Grass Fed - 150 grams


Beef blood is a valuable source of bioactive nutrients just like beef organs, glands, muscles, bones and skin. It provides us with all the building blocks we need to support our own blood. Paleo Powders' bovine blood protein isolate is sourced from grass-fed New Zealand cattle and contains a concentrated blend of immunoglobulins, growth factors and other important nutrient peptides. These nutrients occur naturally in bovine blood and form an entirely complex composition.

Blood protein isolate from grass fed cattle not only nourishes the body, but also the mind and gut flora! It is a suitable for young and old, from elite athlete to student because it has such a unique and broad effect on the body. Simply mix 1-3 grams daily with a cold liquid in a protein shake or smoothie. The powder mixes easily and has a neutral taste.

Bovine blood protein benefits;

  • Our bovine blood protein isolate is derived exclusively from grass-fed cattle from New Zealand
  • Contains a concentrated blend of immunoglobulins, growth factors and other key nourishing peptides.
  • Simply mix 1-3 grams per day in a protein shake or smoothie. The powder mixes easily and has a neutral taste.
  • Our bovine blood protein isolate is high quality and produced under GMP conditions.
  • It contains no pesticides, herbicides, fillers or hormones and is guaranteed GMO-free.


Since the dawn of life, nutrition has played a key role in growth and survival. Almost all bodily processes, especially the most vital ones, are heavily dependent on nutrition. Daily nutritional status reflects past, present and future health. Nutrition is therefore one of the cornerstones of optimal health, both in how much you eat and what you eat. It is thus the front line in preventing health problems.

Eating from nose to tail was the evolutionary norm until recently and it has nourished and cared for us richly throughout the centuries. It provides many important nutrients, calories and information. Nose to tail food contains organs such as liver, heart, collagen-rich connective tissue and muscle meat. But this also includes blood!

Foods containing blood can be found in most traditional cuisines in different cultures. Blood is commonly used in sausages, soups, pancakes and countless other dishes. For example, the traditional Masai from Kenya and Tanzania are known for drinking fresh, raw beef blood.

Blood consists mainly of proteins, but it also contains minerals such as iron, vitamins such as vitamin D, and other additional nutrients. An animal's blood volume can be as much as 11 per cent of its total body weight. Despite the fact that it has an inadequate nutritional status for many people today, eating or drinking animal blood is unfortunately no longer common, as are eating organs and glands.

Introduction of grass-fed beef protein isolate

By concentrating the proteins and peptides from bovine blood into an isolate, the result is a powerful protein powder full of complexity and fascinating molecules. Minerals such as iron and other nutrients are not found in the final product. The exclusion of these nutrients may sound strange, but not everyone needs or wants a product rich in iron. By keeping the focus on the proteins in the blood, grass fed beef blood powder becomes a suitable choice for almost everyone. So taking bovine blood protein isolate is an easy way to add these specific and missing proteins back into your diet.


The human body has many molecules with vital functions, such as the immunoglobulin protein molecule. It has been with us for about 500 million years, well before human evolution. This molecule is thus the result of an extraordinarily successful history of molecular adaptation. The antibody molecule has been meticulously shaped by evolution to enable all its functions.

The protein composition of blood protein isolate from grass fed cattle typically contains over 50% immunoglobulin G (IgG), bovine serum albumin (~10%), transferrin (~6%) and IgA and IgM (~5%), and other bovine plasma proteins. This product contains the only available, purified, dairy-free source of IgG.

Amazing natural complexity

Proteomics analysis techniques have identified more than 180 unique proteins in bovine blood protein isolate, including at least 15 immunoglobulin-related peptides. Other examples include insulin-like growth factors 1 and 2 (IgF-1, -2), transforming growth factor beta (TGF-ß), epidermal growth factor (EGF), fibroblast growth factor, platelet-derived growth factor (PGF), lactoferrin and lysozyme.

High quality

Paleo Powders beef protein isolate is sourced from high-quality New Zealand pasture-raised cattle known for their grass-fed standard. Each batch is produced in full compliance with strict GMP standards and every step, from collection to distribution, is fully controlled. Beef blood protein isolate is a pure product with high potency and consistent quality. This product is free from dairy, GMOs, hormones and antibiotics, making it the perfect choice for most health-conscious users.

Bovine blood protein isolate

Bovine blood protein isolate is a new type of protein product that belongs to the category of immunoproteins. The applications and indications for use are very diverse. Since a large part of your immune system is in the gut, and since the gut is connected to almost every other system in the body through the microbiome, it is not difficult to understand how effective concentrated immune proteins can be, even on just 1-3 grams a day.

Nourishing from within

After ingesting bovine blood protein isolate, the digestive system, particularly the intestines, knows how to make good use of these specific proteins. Not only the intestinal wall but also the microbiome welcome the complex mix of unique nutrients. A unique feature of this product is that it functions both as a "handyman" and a "rubbish collector" at the same time.

Bovine blood protein as a modern sports supplement

Bovine blood protein isolate is also a new protein supplement option for athletes. Not for the number of grams of protein but for the specific type of protein. It helps to increase dry muscle mass after strength training or other serious physical training or exertion. The protein derivatives (peptides) in this product can play a significant role in this. This is one of the reasons why peptides are currently a very active area of scientific research. For example, human plasma contains more than 250 active peptides (signalling molecules) and some of these are likely to play a role in supporting protein metabolism.

Ultimate shake combination

With all the different protein powders we offer, you may wonder how to use them in combination. In our experience, the ultimate basic combination is mixing fermented kefir whey protein, collagen protein and bovine blood protein.

Simply mix 10-15 grams of kefir whey, 10-15 grams of collagen and 1-2 grams of bovine blood protein. Depending on your daily protein needs, you can take this combination once or twice a day. You can take it with water, add other supplements or add it to an even more complex shake.

Recommended use: Mix 1/3 teaspoon (1 g) with 150 ml water, juice or shake one to three times daily

Ingredients: bovine blood protein isolate (standardized to at least 50% IgG) †, sunflower lecithin

Allergens: none

† Recommended Daily Allowance not established.
This product is not a substitute for a varied diet.

Amino acid profile per 100 g

  100 grams 1 gram
Protein >90g 920 mg
Carbohydrates 0 g 0 mg
Sugars 0 g 0 mg
Fat <0.7 g 0 mg
Amino acids 100 grams 1 gram
Alanine 0.044 g 4.4 g
Arginine 0.051 g 5.1 g
Aspartic acid 0.091 g 9.1 g
Cystine 0.023 g 2.3 g
Glutamic acid 0.111 g 11.1 g
Glycine 0.042 g 4.2 g
Histidine 0.024 g 2.4 g
Isoleucine 0.030 g 3.0 g
Leucine 0.080 g 8.0 g
Lysine 0.070 g 7.0 g
Methionine 0.010 g 1.0 g
Phenylalanine 0.045 g 4.5 g
Proline 0.058 g 5.8 g
Serine 0.090 g 9.0 g
Threonine 0.078 g 7.8 g
Trypto 0.020 g 2.0 g
Tyrosine 0.052 g 5.2 g
Valine 0.080 g 8.0 g

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