Now you can get your Bone Broth Protein simply and deliciously with Bone Broth Protein Bars.
Having good intentions when it comes to nutrition isn’t enough. Setting yourself up for success by having grab-and-go options that support your healthy lifestyle is what can make a big difference. That’s why Ancient Nutrition™ is raising the bar with Bone Broth Protein™ Bars.
These are the first Bone Broth Protein-inspired bars on the market—and the only ones with the original Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein. But taste isn’t sacrificed for the quality of the nutrition you are getting. Bone Broth Protein bars are chewy, decadent and delicious. Plus, with their balanced macronutrients, each bar can help keep you satisfied between meals.
History of the Snack Bar: Pros and Cons
One of the first recollections of snack bars may have been in the late 70s to early 80s with bars that were often high in starch and other carbs. Instead of having milk protein, they had mostly milk powder, which is high in lactose.
The taste quality and texture of bars back then was pretty rough, too.
Certain challenges with bars remain today. Many of them can actually resemble a candy bar and/or have ingredients that can take a toll on the body, particularly digestion.
Translation? You can either have a candy bar in disguise, consume ingredients that can oftentimes be problematic — or BOTH.
You may have noticed bars on the market that have high carbs, low protein and low fat. This can be a carb and blood sugar overload in the making, and is often not much better than eating a donut.
So, how does that compare to Bone Broth Protein Bars? Bone Broth Protein Bars have higher calories from fat, moderate calories from protein and real food carbohydrates.
Consider this scenario . . . you’re in an environment where the only available items to eat are rather unhealthy (maybe high-sugar or overly processed fast food or snacks). But what if you had Bone Broth Protein Bars on hand? Imagine how different you would feel after eating a bone-broth powered super snack versus a piece of leftover cake. Big difference.
People frequently turn to nutrition bars because they’re convenient, and Bone Broth Protein Bars are super simple to take along wherever you go for a tasty, convenient snack.
But all bars are not created equal. Just because something is convenient and the label makes it look healthy, it doesn’t mean that it has the ingredients for powering your day. That’s why we are happy to disclose our high-quality ingredients with you.
Here’s Some of the Minimally-Processed Goodness Wrapped Up in Bone Broth Protein Bars:
- Balanced Macronutrients (Protein, Fats, Carbs)
- 15g of Bone Broth-Fueled Protein (per bar)
- 9g of Fiber (Peanut Butter), 11g (Salted Almond)
- 13g of Quality Performance Fats (Peanut Butter), 14g (Salted Almond)
- No Trans Fats, No Hydrogenated Oils, No Canola Oil
- No Milk Powder
- 8g Sugar
- Bone Broth Protein Concentrate (NO ISOLATES)
- Grass Fed Whey Protein Concentrate (NO ISOLATES)
- Chicory Root Fiber, Cassava Root Fiber
- Organic Nut Butter
- Organic Clover Honey, Organic Coconut Nectar, Organic Dates, Stevia (no agave nectar)
- Naturally Flavored; No Artificial Flavors
- No Grains, No Soy
- Non GMO
- Gluten Free
The Bone Broth Protein Bar Experience: Key Ingredients and Features that Set it Apart
Bone Broth Protein Bars feature:
Bone Broth Protein Concentrate: Bone broth protein not only provides connective tissue-supporting protein, but also features collagen Type II and chondroitin sulfate to help support healthy skin and healthy joints.
Additionally, bone broth protein typically features certain electrolyte minerals and beneficial amino acids, including proline, glycine, and hydroxyproline (an amino acid comprised of proline and lysine).
Grass Fed Whey Protein Concentrate: Bone Broth Protein Bars also include grass fed whey protein from New Zealand cows. These New Zealand cows spend approximately 90% of their time on pasture.
Generally speaking, whey protein is a muscle-building protein, and features essential amino acids—those the body can’t make and must be obtained through diet.
Why are there protein concentrates vs. isolates in Bone Broth Protein Bars?
We use protein concentrates (chicken bone broth protein and grass fed whey protein) for Bone Broth Protein Bars instead of protein isolates. Here’s why: processing.
Simply put, protein isolates undergo more processing (denaturing them) and can degrade the biological activity of certain protein peptides or even lessen the health benefits of the protein. It is believed that protein is most efficient in its undenatured “native” form. That’s why we have protein concentrates and not protein isolates in Bone Broth Protein Bars.
Organic Nut Butter: Did you know that Americans love peanut butter so much that the month of November is “National Peanut Butter Lovers Month”—a month when more than 65 million pounds of peanut butter is consumed? Well, for peanut butter lovers, every month is a month to enjoy peanut butter! In fact, for diehard peanut butter fans, every day is a great day for peanut butter.
That’s why Bone Broth Protein Bars feature organic peanut butter as one of its ingredients in the Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip option.
Either way, it’s organic nut butter bliss! Plus, nut butters are great sources of quality fats and protein to help fill you up and keep you satisfied.
Chicory Root Fiber and Cassava Root Fiber: Inulin is the fiber from chicory root, and is soluble fiber, meaning it passes through the body undigested. Inulin is also considered a “prebiotic.” Likewise, cassava root fiber has a low-glycemic index and is inherently gluten free.
Low Net Carbs: While net carbohydrates is not an official nutrition term, some use the term “net carbs” to refer to the total amount of carbohydrates minus the grams of fiber—and sometimes minus the sugar alcohols. (See below.)
1g Sugar Alcohols: Sugar alcohols are a form of carbohydrate, and in an attempt to keep calories and carbohydrate content relatively low, many protein bars on the market use larger amounts of sugar alcohol as sweeteners.
Some of those are: erythritol, glycerol, isomalt, lactitol, maltitol, mannitol, sorbitol, xylitol, and hydrogenated starch hydrolysates (HSH). The difficulty is that, when used in larger quantities, sugar alcohols can lead to digestive challenges.
That’s why it was important for us to create a bar with minimal sugar alcohols. Bone Broth Protein Bars feature 1g of sugar alcohols. We also avoid artificial sweeteners.
Are Bone Broth Protein Bars for You?
Bone Broth Protein bars are great for the whole family. Their taste and convenience make them an obvious choice for a healthy treat. But they’re not just tasty . . . they are full of functional benefits.
For example, the collagen Type II and chondroitin sulfate in Bone Broth Protein Bars can help support healthy skin and healthy joints.
And just take a look at the fats and fiber in Bone Broth Protein Bars. Fat and fiber are your faithful friends when it comes to satiety.
Don’t forget about the protein. They deliver 15g of protein per bar from bone broth protein concentrate AND grass fed whey protein concentrate. Taste and high-quality protein? It’s a win-win.
And kids love them! They are so delicious they won’t even know they’re eating a “nutrition” bar.
Want to be the first to enjoy a nutrition bar powered by Bone Broth Protein? Get yours today.