Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Powder Reviews

Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Powder
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About Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Powder
Bone Broth has been used to boost health around the world for hundreds of years.  Recently it is experiencing a revival in part due to the Paleo movement and its supporters claiming that it has incredible health benefits.
While much of the evidence is anecdotal nobody can deny the comfort factor of Bone Broth and its place in a healthy diet.  While some of the claims may be overhyped it is still good nutritious food.
With Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Powder Dr. Axe offers a simple way for regular people to incorporate high quality bone broth into their diets.

Product and Ingredients:

Bone Broth Protein Powder is derived from dehydrated bone broth made from free range organically fed chickens. It can easily be reconstituted by mixing with water or adding to shakes.
It contains 20 grams of protein (per serving), collagen, gelatin, glucosamine, chondroitin and key minerals potassium, calcium, selenium and magnesium.

Benefits of Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Powder:

On his website Dr. Josh Axe lists the potential benefits of supplementing your diet with bone broth, this includes:
  • Promoting Gut Health and fighting food sensitivities
  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Combats signs of aging and wrinkles
  • Supports the Immune System
  • Helps with healthy sleep
  • Increases energy
  • Mood balancing
  • Supports the liver
  • Improves Metabolism
  • Supports bone and joint health
Recently some professional athletes have begun using bone broth as a post exercise recovery drink.  As it rehydrates and replenishes electrolytes and key minerals lost during activity.
Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Powder is a simpler way of incorporating this traditionally beneficial food into your diet.  It will save you money over buying liquid broth and the time from having to make it yourself.


One jar of powder containing 20 servings roughly 450 grams costs - $44.95
4 packs cost $179 (54% savings)
6 pack $259 (60% Savings)
It is available in Pure, Chocolate, Vanilla, or Turmeric flavors.

Customer Service:

All products from Dr. Josh Axe come with a 100% risk free money back guarantee.   If you’re not satisfied with the product you have 60 days to request a full refund.  To reach a representative use phone number 855-803-1275 or email them at

Online Reviews/Complaints:

Dr. Axe’s Bone Broth Protein has mixed reviews.  Some people really enjoy the simplicity of the product and routinely take it for health purposes.  Others complained of the taste and the consistency of the powder after having to excessively mix it to get a smooth drinkable level.
Overall most customers recommended mixing the powder in with a full smoothie containing lots of fruits and veggies to even out the taste.

Competitors and Alternatives:

As with most Bone Broth products you always have the option of making your own stock ahead of time and taking it as needed.  However if you are looking for a premade solution some other options include Bare Bones Broth and you may also be interested in Dr. Kellyann's Bone Broth Diet book.

Where to Buy?

You can order directly from,, or Amazon.
If you have tried Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Powder please describe your experience below.
4 ‘Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein Powder’ Reviews
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Do not waste your hard earned money

Not needed. Their website show no proven research. Can get nutrients from natural foods we eat and bone broth itself is less expensive when you get it at the grocery store.

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First day--so far, so good

I was leery about trying a chocolate-flavored bone broth. Just sounded nasty. But actually it is quite good, better than my previous favorite, Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey Double Chocolate. It is not shaker-friendly, but I have found that to be true of most protein powders. I mixed it with unsweetened coconut milk with my hand blender and it worked great. I had no problems with it foaming up. I have always wanted to try bone broth due to its many health benefits, but the inconvenience and overall grossness of it dissuaded me. I am glad to find this easy, great-tasting alternative.

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Really Like it if the nutrition label is accurate

I just purchased the chocolate flavor. I use in my oatmeal each morning so it mixes perfectly in this application. There is a slight flavor of "meat", lol. I was actually glad to have that hint of flavor because it helps to think yes, there really is bone broth in this. I am a little leery of some supplements, but so far this seems to be what the label says. I have looked at some reviews online and haven't seen anything weird or inaccurate reported about it. The price is a little high, but I would purchase again.

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Not shaker or blender friendly

Happy to sample all the favors at a local nutrition store. Excited to finally have a bone broth to purchase at a brick-and-mortar as opposed to online. I enjoyed the vanilla sample. I purchased a container of the vanilla bone broth protein. First attempt in blender. Mixed frozen fruits and veggies (kale, spinach, apple, kiwi, banana), 12 oz cold water, and 1 scoop of the vanilla protein. This yielded 24 oz of foam! Second attempt. Shaker bottle with 8 oz pineapple juice, 4 oz cold water, 1 scoop protein powder. Yield 1 oz liquid the rest all foam again! Also had small clumps of unmixed powder. All that air made my stomach hurt and caused burps. So disappointed. Going to try to return it. Will not purchase this product again. To bad, it had potentional.
Sarah West
A.S. Nutrition and Dietetics

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chiroprator and medical doctor
January 23, 2019

Unfortunately this is just another supplimental nutritional products like the many others out in the marketplace. Un-necessary to spend extra money on powder nutritients in addition to that which can be obtained from our natural edible food sources.

January 23, 2019

I am in agreement with the above two posts by the chiropator/medical doctor and A.S.nutrition and dietetics. It is a fad- plus I have learned that making these powder supplements is not costly to do. In essence the promoters of these powdered supplements are laughing all the way to the bank.

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