Gelatin Powder

by Charlie
(Monterrey, NL, Mexico)

Hi Kerri,

I have read that gelatin powder is a good source of collagen and it helps the joints.

I would like to know what you think about gelatin powder and if it might help with LTS protocol. (There is one product in the market called Great Lakes Gelatin).

Thanks in advance.

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Great lakes is fine
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen

Yes, you're right on track. I'll be including that in my next edit of the book. Great Lakes is a fine alternative to bone broth if it's really inconvienient for you, or you just dont' want to be drinking hot soups in the hot summer months. But I still prefer bone broth if it's possible for the other minerals that will not be found 'just' in the gelatin. However, if it's inconvienient to make bone broth or there are other reasons that you prefer not to, then Great Lakes Gelatin is fine.

Be sure to distinguish between the green can (shown) that is for cold liquids and the orange can for hot liquids.

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