Ancient Nutrition expands Bone Broth Protein collection

The three new flavor launches include chicken soup, butternut squash and tomato basil.
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Ancient Nutrition is building on its Bone Broth Protein line by debuting three new flavors — chicken soup, butternut squash and tomato basil.

The soup-inspired flavors contain compounds that support the gut, joints and skin, as well as help promote overall healthy metabolism, satiety and gut health, the company said.

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“For centuries, humans all around the world consumed homemade bone broth, the result of a days-long simmering process used to unlock powerful nutrients. Today, most people don’t get any bone broth in their diets — and our guts and joints are feeling it,” said Ancient Nutrition founder Josh Axe. “That’s why I’m so excited to announce three new ways to get incredible bone broth benefits for your healthy metabolism, gut, joints and more.”

Offered in each flavor of Bone Broth Protein is 25 g of protein; collagen types I, II and III; chondroitin; glucosamine; hyaluronic acid; and amino acids, the company said.

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Ancient Nutrition’s new Bone Broth Protein flavors, which are made with non-GMO, pasture-raised, grass-fed and cruelty-free beef and U.S.-based chicken sources, will retail for $49.95 each.