Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin

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  • Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin - Healtholicious Co. Ltd.
  • Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin - Healtholicious Co. Ltd.
  • Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin - Healtholicious Co. Ltd.
  • Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin - Healtholicious Co. Ltd.
  • Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin - Healtholicious Co. Ltd.
  • Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin - Healtholicious Co. Ltd.
  • Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin - Healtholicious Co. Ltd.
  • Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin - Healtholicious Co. Ltd.
  • Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin - Healtholicious Co. Ltd.
  • Organic & Pasture-Raised Tibetan Yak Bone Collagen & Gelatin - Healtholicious Co. Ltd.
Hydrolized/Broth Powder

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We offer 3 types of pasture-raised, Tibetan yak bone collagen products for different applications:

1. (most popular) Hydrolyzed yak bone collagen protein powder: easy to dissolve, you can add this heat stable, flavorless collagen powder in everything. Great to partially substitute flour in baking things like muffins and pancakes. It is the most easy-to-absorb form of collagen.

2. Yak bone broth powder: naturally extracted by simmering slowing, in order to extract the maximum amount of nutrients. It is the most digestible combination of essential nutrients: collagen types I, II and III, gelatin, glucosamine, and condroitin. It contains low sodium, MSG free, rich in vitamins and minerals. By adding pink salt and a bit of pepper, you can quickly make a healthy bone broth.

3. Yak bone gelatin granules: gelatin is another form of collagen, but it is gelatinous. Ideal to thicken liquid, and make jelly and gummy snacks.

Our yak bone collagen powder is made from bones of pasture-raised yaks on the beautiful Tibetan plateau. Just look at where they are raised! After searching for quality collagen products, finally we are able to supply our customers with hard-to-find grass-fed bovine collagen powder. Add some to your Bulletproof Coffee in the morning, and enjoy its benefits immediately.

What are the benefits of taking bone collagen? To sum up:

  • Heal and seal your gut
  • Promotes healthy hair, nail, bones and skin
  • Reduces joint pain and inflammation
  • Inhibits infection

How is it manufactured?

Gelatin from yak bones goes through enzymolysis, nano-filtration, sterilization and drying.

Gelatin/Broth: broth is extracted by a traditional slow-simmering method, vacuum dried and powdered.

Store in a cool dark place, keep sealed when not in use.


The broth is vacuum dried and powdered, which is easy to dissolve in any liquid. 

How much should you take?

We recommend at least a couple of tablespoons of collagen in any form. Which one? Depends on how you want to take it. Hydrolyzed collagen has no taste.

Bone broth, has a bit of taste, but do not expect to make a delicious bowl of soup by itself. You can add a bit of salt and pepper to make a quick portion (1 tablespoon per cup depending on your preference), but we suggest you use it also in meal preparation, for example, sauce or soup with other vegetables to make it richier in minerals and flavor.

How to prepare gelatin for cooking

1. Hydrate gelatin: use 1/4 of the liquid to hydrate gelatin, wait for 5 minutes.

2. Heat and melt: gelatin starts to melt at 35 degrees Celcius. you can heat it up to 60 degrees. never let it boil. this is when you should dissolve salt or sweeteners.

3. Combine with the rest: now you can combine the FULLY MELTED gelatin with the rest of the liquid, which is at room temperature. 

Recipe: kombucha jelly with gelatin

This is what we eat every day, and it is rich in probiotics, low carb and.... made of gelatin! Just to give you an idea....! You need a liter of kombucha, 4 heaping tablespoons of gelatin, 2 (or more) tablespoons of erythritol and a bit of pink salt.

1) put 1 cup of kombucha in a small pot and whisk in 4 heaping tablespoons of gelatin, let it hydrate for 5 minutes.

2) let it melt at low temp.

3) combine 2 tablespoons (or more) of erythritol and a pinch of pink salt, stir well

4) combine the mixture with the rest of the kombucha (3 cups), mix well, and chill in the fridge.

Nutritional Information

Hydrolized Collagen
  • Serving size: approx 22.5g (2 rounded tablespoons weigh around 12g
  • Total Calories: 89 kcal
  • Total fat: <1g
  • Total Carbohydrate: 1.6g
  • Sugars: 0g
  • Protein: 20.3g (11.00% DV)
  • Collagen (Type I & III): 16.0g
  • Calcium: 24g (1.7% DV)
  • Sodium: 180mg: (7.2% DV)
  • Potasium: 290mg (8.5% DV)

* Percent Daily Values (%DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Amino acid profile (in 100g of powder)

  • Aspartic acid: 5.51g
  • Threonine: 2.01g
  • Serine: 3.13g
  • Glutamic acid: 10.71g
  • Proline: 13.18g
  • Glycine: 24.50g
  • Alanine: 9.76g
  • Valine: 2.74g**
  • Methionine: 0.2g
  • Isoleucine: 1.29g**
  • Leucine: 3.02g**
  • P-hydroxyphenylalanine: 0.21g
  • Phenylalanine: 1.94g
  • Lysine: 3.92g
  • Histidin: 0.6g
  • Arginine: 8.04g

** Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA)

Yak bone broth collagen protein powder

  • Serving size: approx 22.5g
  • Total Calories: 90 kcal
  • Total fat: <1g
  • Total Carbohydrate: 0g
  • Sugars: 0g
  • Protein: 22.15g (11.00% DV)
  • Calcium: >1g
  • Sodium: 240mg: (9.6% DV)
  • Pottasium: 114mg (3.4% DV)

* Percent Daily Values (%DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

This product is certified organic by the Organic Food Development & Certification Center of China.

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