Why Bone Broth Should Replace Your Post Workout Shake

It’s sexy being fit, but it’s even sexier when you are intentional with how you heal and support your life with what you consume. Our broth elixirs can be sipped on, used for cooking, healing an injury and for helping to rebuild and support our bones and joints. What if you swapped out your post-workout shake with one of our
bone broth elixirs? Here are 5 reasons why we agree with Kettle & Fire and think you should consider:

  1. Collagen – Collagen is the most abundant protein found in your body. It makes cartilage, ligaments, tendons and even your skin. It helps wounds heal and gives strength to tendons and bones.

  2. Proline – Proline is an amino acid found in collagen. It strengthens your joints, tendons and heart muscles. It has also been shown to improve muscle growth and improve digestion.

  3. Glutamine – Glutamine is used to help nerve pain and muscle pain. Since it aids in digestion, glutamine also assists those with stomach ulcers, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.

  4. Glycine – Glycine maintains lean muscle mass, prevents loss of cartilage and improves athletic performance. It also helps provide mental clarity, improves memory and reduces stress.

  5. Arginine – Arginine helps prevent heart disease, fatigue and improves the immune system. It may help benefit athletic and physical performance, as it’s considered crucial for muscle growth and repair.

Change doesn’t happen overnight, but small adjustments every day make a big difference. If you need a little guidance on which broth elixir is the best choice for you, head over to our blog where we break it down for you. There’s something for everyone!

If you are looking to complement your healthy rituals with physical movement, our own Andre Bolourchi (partner at OWL) is a National Academy for Sports Medicine (NASM) certified fitness expert, and host of GaiamTV’s high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout series. He has developed his own unique ‘East meets West’ style of health and fitness, called BASIIC Training (Breathwork, Anaerobic Exercise, Stretching, Intervals, Intensity, Calisthenics).

Connect with him at andrebolourchi@me.com for your free assessment!