What type of collagen is found in the chicken bone broth?

Chicken Bone Broth is rich in Type II collagen. This is the primary collagen found in cartilage and is used for immune system and digestive support. It is essential for repairing and sealing the gut lining. Our Kettle & Fire Blog has a wonderful article with more information on collagen: What is Collagen Good For? A Complete Guide. For interest sake, there are three types of collagen and you can read all about the differences in this article.

If you would like to make your own collagen-rich chicken bone broth, we highly recommend this Slow Cooker Chicken Bone Broth Recipe over at our blog. Of course, if you’d like to save time and effort, order some of our ready-made Kettle & Fire Chicken Bone Broth.

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