Product of the week: Changing Habits Gelatin

July 09, 2018

Product of the week: Changing Habits Gelatin

Is Gelatin part of your diet? Did you know this gut-nourishing food is an amazing source of essential amino acids and is great for your skin, teeth, nails, hair, digestion, mood, adrenals, joints and more?

Gelatin is an age-old food substance that is derived from the bones and organs of animals. "As a population, we don’t consume these animal parts as much as we used to. Some health experts claim that our modern habit of eating large amounts of muscle meat (like steak) without eating the organs and connective tissue or making broth with the bones may be contributing to modern disease." - Wellness Mama

But like all health products, quality matters! Don't make the mistake of buying gelatin that's made from the bones of factory farmed animals which have been fed GMO grain, hormones and antibiotics. According to Changing Habits, 99% of store bought gelatin also contains MSG and/or other chemicals and flavours. 

We choose Changing Habits Gelatin because we know Nutritionist Cyndi O'Meara researches every product she stocks down to the finest detail. Her Gelatin is made from 100% certified organic porcine and contains no additives, preservatives, colouring or flavours.

How do you use it? 
It's very versatile - add it to hot drinks (it'll make your hot chocolate or turmeric latte creamier), soups, pancakes, breads, pannacotta, cheesecake, thicken sauces with it or make homemade jellies. 

Check our one of our favourite recipes for FAT BOMB JELLIES from Quirky Cooking here.


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