Bone Broth - Bone Broth - Grass Fed Beef - 500 grams


Bone broth is a traditional and even ancient soup made by boiling animal bones in water. Our bone broth powder is made with certified organic, meaty and bone-marrow containing bovine bones from European grass-fed pastures. The dehydration and powdering of the bone broth results in a concentrated, super-nutritious and collagen-rich powder with a fine texture.

It is very versatile, easy to use and appropriate for modern times. Of course with the authentic nutritional value of homemade bone broth. What used to be standard and normal food is now trending and popular. This after being forgotten for years. Find out why we think taking collagen-rich bone broth every day is essential and why quality matters.

The benefits of bone broth 

  • Neutral taste
  • Contains glycine, proline and hydroxyproline
  • Keto-friendly: 0 grams of sugar
  • Free from dairy and vegetable proteins
  • Contains collage types I, II, III, IV and V
  • Contains glucosamine, chondroitin and hyaluronic acid
  • >95% protein per dose
  • 100% European origin
  • From grass-fed pasture cattle
  • 500 grams / 25 doses

Why is collagen-rich bone broth powder worth trying? 

  1. Like all your other living and dynamic tissues, your body's own collagen needs input from the environment and nutrition to function and maintain optimum quality.
  2. From around the age of forty, your body's ability to produce collagen begins to decline. It is then about 25% less than when you were younger. When you reach the age of 60, it is about 50% less.
  3. Collagen is rich in the amino acid glycine. It therefore balances the intake of muscle meat from an amino acid perspective. Muscle meat is in fact rich in the amino acid L-methionine. The balance between these two amino acids is an important health factor.

Difference to collagen

Compared to collagen hydrolysate supplements, high-quality bone broth powder provides a broader spectrum of nutrients. Collagen is broken down (denatured) into gelatine in bone broth, allowing it to be easily absorbed by the body.

Among other things, it contains more different types of collagen. Collagen type I is the predominant form in our bone broth but collagen types II, III, IV and V are also present. In addition to collagen, hyaluronic acid and other natural glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) such as glucosamine and chondroitin are also usually present in bone broth. This makes bone broth a more complex and richer product than collagen hydrolysate. Our bone broth mixes easily with liquids and has a mild, savoury flavour. 

  • However, whereas collagen hydrolysate contains only type I collagen, gelatine in bone broth consists of several types of collagen (collagen types II, III, IV and V).
  • Bone broth contains more nutrients, such as essential minerals, fats and special carbohydrates (glycosaminoglycans, also known as GAGs).
  • So although gelatine in bone broth is richer, both forms contain essential amino acids that are easily absorbed and have the same properties. 

Paleo and keto approved

Bone broth protein powder is made with paleo-approved ingredients and of paleo-sounding origin. This product delivers the exceptional nutritional value of a European, organic and grass-fed beef bone broth. It provides your body with valuable and nutritious collagen proteins that are rarely found in our diet today. Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and is found in many tissues, from muscles and joints to the skin. Maintaining and replenishing your body's own collagen has never been easier. Bone broth protein powder gives you all the benefits of homemade bone broth, but without the hassle.

Most collagen proteins in bone broth powder are not hydrolysed, or chopped up, into small peptides. This is in contrast to the collagen proteins found in collagen hydrolysate powder. Most of the protein therefore remains intact with a molecular weight of 8-20 kDa. If you prefer to take a less refined, less denatured or less hydrolysed collagen supplement then bone broth powder is the right choice.

A well-made bone broth depends not only on the cooking process alone, but of course also on the quality of the ingredients used. High quality, organic, European grass-fed beef bones and clean North European groundwater are two simple but crucial ingredients that make our bone broth so effective. The fleshy bone marrow-containing bones release their nutrients into the clean groundwater in which they are cooked. This makes the nutrients easily and directly absorbable by your body.

  • Did you know that your body cannot produce the essential amino acids needed to make collagen? So it is important to get enough of them in your diet every day.
  • Did you know that bone broth, because of its gelatin/collagen content, has a very fundamental relationship with water? It attracts and retains water. This is one of the reasons why your bowels love it!
  • Did you know that your bones are made of living tissue? The collagen in the bone tissue is continuously replenished and remodelled as long as you live. Every year, about 10% of the bone is replaced. So you get a completely new skeleton about every 10 years. 

Gelatin and collagen are similar but not identical. Gelatine is what you get when you boil collagen. Hydrolysed collagen is what you get when you cut collagen into smaller fragments. They both contain the same amino acids, but with different chemical and organoleptic properties. Choose one variation or combine the two: you can use them according to personal preference, needs or specific indication(s).

Comparison Collagen, Bone Broth & Kefir

Collagen Hydrolysate

Bone Broth

Kefir Whey

Neutral taste

Mildly savoury


Rapid absorption

Normal absorption

Rapid absorption



Semi hydrolysed

Collagen type I & III

Collagen type I to 5

No collagen


Slowly drawn

Kefir fermented

95% proteins

98% protein

90% protein

95% collagen

78-84% collagen

0% collagen

No dairy

No dairy

Dairy whey

0% fat

2-5% fat

0% fat

0% sugars

0% sugars

0% sugars

Glycine 21.6%

Glycine 20%

Glycine 1.5%

BCAAs 7.42%

BCAAs 8.4%

BCAAs 23.75%

Hydroxyproline 10.6%

Hydroxyproline 10.2%

Hydroxyproline 0%

From bones

Fleshy bones

Meadow milk

No glucosamine

Contains glucosamine

No glucosamine

No chondroitin Contains chondroitin No chondroitin
No hyaluronic acid Contains hyaluronic acid No hyaluronic acid

Bone Biology

Bone is mineralised connective tissue consisting of several types of cells: osteoblasts, osteocytes and osteoclasts. Despite its inert appearance, bone is a very dynamic organ. Bone remodelling is a very complex process in which old bone is replaced by new bone. One way in which bones adapt is through the forces and mechanical strain they are subjected to. Due to very physically active daily lives and often harsh natural environments, the skeletons of our primitive ancestors contained robust bones. Muscle attachments even resemble those of today's professional athletes. This is why they could compete with the modern athletic elite. Just as bone quality can improve with the right stimuli and good nutrition, it can also degrade through lack of stimuli and poor nutrition.

European organic grass-fed beef bone broth

Our bone broth is made from certified organic pasture-fed cattle. During the winter months, the cattle are housed in stalls but still receive natural and nutritious grass in the form of silage (fermented grass) or hay. Supplementary concentrates are used as little as possible and only when it is really necessary for the optimum health of the animals. Because our product is made in Europe in a responsible and organic way from start to finish, it is very sustainable. Our bone broth protein powder is the best option in terms of quality, sustainability, animal welfare and environmental ethics.

Quality is important

It is known that protein products made from bones and other collagen-rich tissues can contain traces of unwanted chemicals and heavy metals. So not all bone broth protein powders are the same. The quality and origin of the ingredients are very important. Animal-friendly, organic and sustainable sourcing solves most of these problems. This is because contaminants are not only a consequence of process flows but mainly of the way the livestock is kept, where it is kept and under what conditions.

Testing for heavy metals

Quality control, product safety and transparency are very important to us. Therefore, we thoroughly screen every analysis certificate and double-analyze every new batch for heavy metals in an external laboratory, just to be sure. You can find typical values below.

  • Arsenic (As) less than 0.10 mg/kg = less than 0.1 PPM
  • Cadmium (Cd) less than 0.01 mg/kg = less than 0.01 PPM
  • Lead (Pb) less than 0.05 PPM
  • Mercury (Hg) less than 0.005 mg / kg less than 0.005 PPM


It was long thought that drawing soup and broth became commonplace between 5,000 and 9,000 years ago. This is because cooking was not a widely used cooking technique before the invention of watertight and heat-resistant cooking pots about five thousand years ago. However, it appears that these first estimates are at least 15,000 years off. Waterproof and heat-resistant pots were invented much earlier than previously thought, about 20,000 years ago. But even 20,000 years may not be far enough back for broth and soup making.

Man-made pots were not necessary to make a broth or soup in prehistoric times. There are many indications that our ancestors could have simply dug a pit, lined it with animal skin or intestines, filled it with water and dropped hot rocks into it. The force of the steam makes the rocks crack and this is a characteristic that first appears in archaeological finds around 25,000 years ago. Other soup and broth cooking techniques may be even older. For example, it is also possible to use waterproof containers such as a hung animal skin over a fire. The water inside ensures that the material does not burn, but that the contents will boil.

So from at least 25,000 years ago, soups and broths have been a healthy, nutritious and important food source. Only very recently in the anthropocene (the most recent time period) has broth become less prominent in our diet. This created a lack of daily collagen, and specifically of the amino acids associated with it.

Strength of bone broth

Today, we know from research that bone broth is one of the most nutritious and powerful foods. During the cooking of a broth, all the collagen from the bones is broken down and dissolved in the water. After the bones are boiled out, the broth contains an abundance of amino acids and other nutrients. Making your own bone broth is time-consuming and not everyone will enjoy it. Cooking is a slow process and finding good quality bones is often not easy. Although people have relied on collagen-rich bone broths to nourish their bodies for thousands of years, modern life is often not equipped to make them.

Organic bone broth powder is on par with foods you would consume on a daily basis and is appropriate for even the strictest paleo lifestyle. It is made from wholesome ingredients that meet important paleo quality standards: organic grass-fed cattle, lactose free, dairy free, and double tested for heavy metals.

Our (r)evolutionary products are not only based on ancient nutritional wisdom but also on modern knowledge and innovation. Health and performance can no longer be separated. Bone broth powder supports both, and you reap the benefits. Keep your body in shape, your brain sharp and your soul connected!
Our European organic bone broth offers the benefits of bone broth without the hassle of home preparation, in a practical powder form. You can easily take it with you. Our collagen is made from fleshy bone broth bones. It is a healthy food supplement suitable for many types of shakes and smoothies, and countless recipes.

Ingredients: 100% Organic Beef Bone Broth Protein Concentrate

Allergens: none

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

Amino acid profile per 100 g

Nutritional value 100 gr 20 g (1 scoop)
Energy 1750 kJ / 410 kcal 350 kJ / 82 kcal
Protein >95 gr 19 g
Carbohydrates <1 gr 0 g
Sugars <1 gr 0 g
Fat <3 gr 0 g
Saturated 0.9 g 0 g
Cholesterol 0 mg 0 mg
Salt 7000 mg 140 mg
Potassium 250 mg 50 mg
Calcium 5 mg 1 mg
Amino acids 100 gr 20 g (1 scoop)
Alanine 8.8 g 1.76 g
Arginine 7.5 g 1.5 g
Aspartic acid 6.0 g 1.2 g
Cystine + cysteine <0.1 gr 0 g
Glutamic acid 11g 2.2 g
Glycine 20 g 4g
Histidine 1.1 g 0 g
Hydroxyproline 10.2 g 2g
Isoleucine 1.7 g 0.3 g
Leucine 3.7 g 0.74 g
Lysine 3.8 g 0.76 g
Methionine 0.9 g 0.2 g
Phenylalanine 2.3 g 0.5 g
Proline 12 g 2.4 g
Serine 3.4 g 0.7 g
Threonine 2.1 g 0.4 g
Tryptophan 0.36 g 0 g
Tyrosine 1.3 g 0.3 g
Valine 3.0 g 0.6 g

Mix, once or several times a day, one scoop (20 g) with 300 ml of water, juice, milk, smoothie or protein shake. Can be consumed either cold or hot.

Dosages per jar: +/- 25

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