Gelatin is a pure protein source, derived from collagen, containing amino acids that contribute to the building and repair of tissues within the body, including the gut^.
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, found in skin, bones, muscles and connective tissue, and begins to degenerate in our mid 20s when we start to show the signs of aging. Gelatin is a form of collagen and naturally contains a large amount of beneficial amino acids that aren’t commonly consumed in the western diet, but support wellness from the inside out.
Our Natural Gelatin is sustainably sourced within Australia utilising only the best Australian grass fed bovine to produce the highest quality gelatin on the market.
^When consumed in conjunction with a healthy, varied diet.
Australian Bovine Gelatin.
Manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing milk, fish, shellfish, crustacea, soy, eggs, tree nuts, lupin and sesame.
Contains Sulphites (Sulphur Dioxide) due to processing.
Serving Size - 10 g
Servings per Package -
250 g - 25
500 g - 50
per 100 g
Percentage Daily Intakes/Recommended Dietary Intakes based on the average adult diet of 8700 kJ per day.
AMINO ACID PROFILE
Grams per 100 g
Single serve: Add approx. 1 tbsp. (10 g) to your liquid of choice (tea, coffee, juice) hot or cold. If you prefer, ‘Bloom’ the gelatin prior to adding to your liquid.
To make a set gelatin: Use gelatin to make gummies and other treats.
220 Bloom count.
NOTE: Reduce the amount of gelatin for a softer set or increase for a firmer set.
MAKES: 5 L of set liquid.
Is it pregnancy & breastfeeding friendly?
In saying this, we do advise on all our products to seek advice from your health care professional on taking our products if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. We only say so as we believe that every pregnancy is different, taking a toll differently on each individual body in vitamin, mineral and energy levels.
We invite you to research the product to ensure that you are not sensitive to any particular ingredients.
Is Gelatin vegan or vegetarian friendly?
No unfortunately, Gelatin is not vegan or vegetarian friendly as it is derived from animal sources. There is no way to obtain gelatin from a plant source as by nature it only occurs in protein rich connective tissue which plants do not have.
Where is Gelatin made and where does it comes from?
Gelatin is a naturally occurring protein source, derived from the collagen rich components of connective tissue in animals. It is produced through a method of heating these components to naturally extract the gelatin rich collagen from these areas. Gelatin naturally contains a large amount of amino acids such as proline, glycine, hydroxyproline, glutamine and many more which can otherwise be hard to obtain from lean cuts of meat commonly consumed in the western diet. These amino acids are necessary for us to consume as they provide the benefits for all of our connective tissue such as skin, ligaments, bones, cartilage and even our gut lining.
Our Gelatin comes from Australian cows, which are predominantly grass fed. Their diets are supplemented with non-GMO grains when necessary.
Is the Sulphur Dioxide in the Gelatin safe?
It is totally safe for people who aren’t sensitive to sulphates. The levels present in gelatine are right on the cusp of being at a level it even needs to be declared (so is very low) but we just wanted people who are sensitive to sulphates to make informed decisions. It's in there as a result of the manufacturing process so unfortunately we can’t get gelatin without it.
Haven’t had the opportunity to use it yet.
Love using this gelatin to make gummies for my daughter. Very good quality product.
I've used it in some baking and desserts and it's worked really well. I used it as a substitute for agar agar 1:1 and it was very effective.
It was to easy ordering from Natra Organics. I’ve been using the products for awhile and have no intention of stopping
Great love that is all natural a great product thanks
Good quality product and easy to use. It’s been great creating gummies for kids!
Great in soups and I also bloom it in apple juice and add to yoghurt with spirulina powder for great post natal snack