Collagan Jellies, Anti-Wrinkle, Digestive Health, Joint Health

Joint pain, bad back, irritable bowel, gut inflammation, arthritis, brittle nails and hair all of these can be greatly improved with changing to a whole food diet which includes gelatine.
Gelatine was often consumed by our ancestor in bone broths, soups and stews which were a dietary stable in days gone by. This wonderful superfood contains collagen which is the most abundant protein in our body.
It makes up muscles, skin, hair, bone, digestive tract, tendons, ligaments and blood vessels. Collegan makes these parts of our body strong and elastic yet in modern times we have for many unknowingly removed this super food from our diets.
Through modern living with high sugar, low fiber, excessive sun exposure, low intake of collegan rich foods all lead to collegan deficiency. This then contributes to joint pain, leaky blood vessels, wrinkles, weak brittle hair and nails, thin skin, leaky gut and the list goes on.
Lately I have been making jellies from my fresh morning juice of mainly carrots, apple and homegrown celery. These are sooo delicious and the kids will love them in their lunch boxes. Great for the elderly, a partner with back pain and for an anti-wrinkle treatment that cost this much $ rather than $$$$$$$ this much.
I use Great Lakes Gelatine as this is high-quality gelatine of the correct type available at IE Produce in Auckland or available from health post in New Zealand or simple google for your local stockist. This makes up a heap of jellies.

Nutrition by Nature Jellies

2 cups of liquid can be fresh juice, coconut milk, coconut milk with cacao.
2 - 3 tablespoons of Great Lakes Gelatine (depending on how firm you like your jelly)

Simple sprinkle gelatine on the liquid and stir. Wait 10 minutes and then slowly bring to a simmer. Remove from the heat once starts to simmer. Stir to dissolve gelatine. Then place into little containers for lunch boxes or into a bowl to be scooped out later. You can line a tin with greaseproof, allow to set then pop it out of the tin and cut into jellies

Place into the fridge, they will take about 4 hours to set.
It will last in the fridge for 7 days. Enjoy, your body will love you for it Nutrition by Nature.


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