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Lemon Protein Bars Recipe

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Lemon protein bars recipe

You've had lemon bars, right? Sickly sweet and not very good for you, how pivoting to our Lemon Protein Bars recipe? With our Bone Broth Protein Vanilla, you're getting the gut, skin and joint support from collagen type II (which, in turn, naturally features glucosamine, chondroitin and hyaluronic acid) plus 19 amino acids! Each bar offers a perfect macronutrient profile for the Paleo eater, with 15 grams of healthy carbs, 9 grams of protein and 3 grams of fat. These lemon bars are a great snack to have with your afternoon tea or coffee, or even as a dessert. Plus...

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Spinach Goat Cheese Frittata with Bone Broth Protein

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Spinach goat cheese frittata

It’s fairly well accepted that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but it can also be one of the most difficult meals to get right. Ready-made breakfast options tend to err on the side of taste rather than nutritional benefits, making for a less-than-stellar start to a productive day. On the other hand, homemade meals can end up being a bit too effort- and time-intensive, particularly if you don’t consider yourself a morning person. After all, spinach and eggs don’t fry up themselves. Solution? Consider my Spinach Goat Cheese Frittata with Bone Broth Protein Pure. This frittata...

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Curried Chicken Cauliflower Soup Recipe

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Curried chicken cauliflower soup recipe

Does seeing "curried" in a recipe title intimidate you? Indian recipes can have a reputation for being complicated or difficult, but most of the time I think we're just thrown off by all those spices we're not accustomed to using. Curry dishes can actually be super simple and quick to make, with tons of flavor and health benefits. Take this Curried Chicken Cauliflower Soup, for example. What's less intimidating than a soup? Throw everything together, let it simmer, and then sit back and be wowed by your creation. It all centers around cauliflower — one of the world's healthiest vegetables...

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Loaded Baked Potato Soup Recipe

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Loaded baked potato soup recipe

The baked potato is an underappreciated side or even main dish, defined by its simplicity and deliciousness when a few toppings are added. But perhaps you want to take it to another level? That's done with this Loaded Baked Potato Soup recipe. Perfect for a warm lunch or dinner, it's complex and sophisticated enough to delight dinner guests or simply warm the bellies of you and your loved ones. It's also a beautifully balanced meal, with 416 calories per serving: 35 grams of carbs, 22 grams of fat and 21 grams of protein.  Lastly, as you will see with the...

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Bone Broth vs. Collagen: What's the Difference?

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Bone broth vs. collagen

By Dr. Josh Axe Bone Broth Protein and Multi Collagen Protein — two of our top-selling supplements — are ideal for anyone who is looking to support the health of their skin, hair, nails, joints, ligaments, tendons and gut. Now you can our new Collagen Peptides to the mix! What is the difference between these products? How much collagen are in these supplements … and what types? And wait, aren't bone broth and collagen pretty much the same thing? I will answer all of those questions below. First off, collagen is a type of protein that’s found in real bone broth, but they aren't identical. The key difference...

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