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Now Foods, Real Food, Beef Gelatin Powder, 1 lb (454 g)

$12.35
$13.99
C$ 14.33
Savings of: $1.64 (12% Off)
4.7 out of 5 based on 90 reviews
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Great stuff!

3 people found the following review helpful

Posted by 4991315301515667262 on Oct 09, 2013

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I bought this for myself and my cat since we both have arthritis. She is 16 years old and has arthritis in her spine. It has really increased her vitality. She goes to the bathroom easier and she just feels alot better. I put it in a breakfast smotthie for myself. h Hopefully will help my vitality also!!

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Taste well.

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Posted by Reviewer2726985 on Aug 11, 2012

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I use this every day to get enouch proteins, As a side-effect my knee have stopped aking! I have got arthrite in it after broken leg and destroid knee.

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Dissolves easily, good for cakes

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Posted by tigercho on Aug 30, 2012

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Unlike most gelatins this one is a very fine powder that dissolves almost instantly and doesn't smeell of animals or any additives. Its great for cooking

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GELATIN FOR HEALTH

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Posted by Reviewer1434258 on Apr 26, 2014

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Since the 1800's, people have stopped consuming bones and cartilage and instead eat predominantly muscle tissue as their protein. Excessive muscle tissue in the diet is not good for the body, the kidneys in particular. Gelatin is made from the cartilage and bones of cattle, whereas much gelatin comes from the skin of pigs. Gelatin contains what the body needs to build and repair bone and cartilage, skin and mucus membrane. Putting gelatin into the diet restores the dietary balance, which made our ancestors strong and independent. Gelatin has many utility uses. For one, mixing gelatin with water makes a fantastic hair spray, which lasts for many days. The gelatin spray must be kept in the refrigerator, because gelatin is protein and therefore will spoil. Mixing colloidal silver with the gelatin will prevent spoilage.

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Seems to have fixed my knees!

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Posted by Reviewer3218543 on May 30, 2014

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Quality seems good, and my knees are amazingly better. I've been taking a little less than 2 tablespoons per day and I've experienced a great improvement in my knees: no more clicking and sticking and etc. The only 'negative' is that my knees sometimes feel 'over-inflated' - the ligaments have gotten used to a thin protective layer and now that layer is expanding and the ligaments have to stretch to adapt. That is an issue I am very happy to experience!

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