Great Lakes Porcine Gelatin
16 oz (1 lb). 454 grams ~ Serving Size: 1 tbsp (1/4 oz, 7g) ~ Servings per Container: approx. 64
Great Lakes Porcine Gelatin is the pork gelatin which the Weston A. Price Foundation recommends as a nutritional protein supplement. Gelatin, which is the healthy component of pork bone broth, is a food now credited with giving traditional people strong bones and tendons as well as elastic skin. As we age, our bodies produce fewer collagen molecules, causing our skin and bones to lose their youthful flexibility. This is thought to be caused by a nitrogen imbalance, and science suggests it is at fault for the stiff joints and wrinkles that accompany old age.
Athletes whose bodies must regenerate collagen fibers to maintain optimal body fitness have found that porcine gelatin can enhance athletic performance. Great Lakes Gelatin is a sugar-free and tryptophan-free protein source and a healthy alternative to mainstream protein powders. Great Lakes Gelatin is also recommended as an appetite suppressant to promote healthy weight loss. Supplementing our diets with Great Lakes Unflavored Gelatin is a healthy way to add a highly bioavailable cartilaginous protein. Many nutrition experts recommend Great Lakes Unflavored Gelatin for its joint care and anti-aging effects.
Great Lakes Porcine Gelatin Benefits:
- Made from Pork
- May Assist Joint Care
- May Have Anti-Aging Effects
- Provides Appetite Suppression for Weight Loss
- Pure Protein Source with No Tryptophan
- No Artificial Sweeteners or Fillers
Great Lakes Porcine Gelatin Uses:
Great Lakes Porcine Gelatin is gelatin in a powder form. In cold liquids, Great Lakes Gelatin will clump and gel. In warm or hot liquids, Great Lakes Gelatin will dissolve. Great Lakes Unflavored Gelatin is recommended for recipes such as homemade broth, soup, warm beverages, hot cereals, and room-temperature drinks. Great Lakes Gelatin is used in the culinary industry as a thickener. One tablespoon of Great Lakes Porcine Gelatin will gel one pint of liquid.
Great Lakes Porcine Gelatin Dosage:
We recommend taking 1 tablespoon of gelatin powder in the morning and 1 tablespoon at night.
As an appetite suppressant, take 1 tablespoon of gelatin powder 30 minutes before breakfast, and another 1 tablespoon 30 minutes before dinner.
Is Great Lakes Porcine Gelatin Halal and Kosher?
Great Lakes Porcine Gelatin is not Kosher. However, Great Lakes Beef Gelatin and Hydrolyzed Gelatin are Kosher. There is much debate over whether or not beef gelatin is Halal as well as Kosher. From our research, we believe that Great Lakes Beef Gelatin is Halal because it comes from a bovine source, minimally processed to Kosher specifications.