Sarah's I Quit Sugar Gut Lovin' Gelatin is:
What is gelatin?
Gelatin is basically cooked collagen. It comes from the super-nutritious bones, hides and connective tissues of animals. Gelatin is a fast and furious source of protein. It contains 18 amino acids, including essential and non-essential amino acids like glycine and proline, which are a pretty critical part of our diet.
How do you use it?
Gelatin is perfect for making jellies, scrumptious panna cotta and wobbly gummy squares. For some quick and easy Gut Lovin' Gelatin recipes, grab a copy of our latest eBook – I Quit Sugar: The Mini Book of Gut Lovin' Gummies for only $7.99!
What Sarah says:
"Gelatin makes up almost one-third of all the protein in the human body and not having enough of it affects our joints, our skin, and our guts."
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Posted by Pip on 16th May 2016
Sarah's Gut-Lovin' Gelatin has become a staple for me. I add a tablespoon to my buckweat/quinoa porridge in the morning, I sprinkle it on toast (fantastic with cinnamon), stir it through yoghurt - you name it. My ultimate is a small bowl of tahini with a table spoon of gelatin and half a teaspoon of rice syrup. It's a little bit crunchy and the texture is addictive! I believe this product is doing great things for my gut function and, when you suffer from food intolerances, as I do, it's great to know I'm consuming enough protein with every meal. The fact that it's from a trusted source and is of the highest quality is absolutely vital. Not entirely sure how I survived without gelatin in my diet all this time!
Posted by Bel on 29th Apr 2016
Made my first batch of raspberry jellies and my 2 little ones loved them. Its just the beginning. Thank you for creating and selling this great product. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.
Posted by Ali on 26th Apr 2016
I've made two lots of the gummies using the IQS gelatin, both turned out beautifully and I found the gelatin easy to use.
Posted by Shirley on 19th Apr 2016
So easy to make and loved the sourness of the raspberry gummies. I actually used a combination of berries. I would probably cut back the amount of gelatin next time however for a first time I was thrilled with the result.
Posted by Gwenie on 12th Apr 2016
I love using Gut Loving Gelatine. I make my Gummies often. they are my special treat when I think I need a sugar fix but really it is a gut loving treat as well.
Posted by Wendy on 7th Apr 2016
I use it every morning in my breakfast smoothie, don't even know it's in there
Posted by Gianna on 22nd Mar 2016
So my number 1 tip with this product is - don't smell it. It smells like bones (which is essentially what it is) but I don't want that smell to put you off actually trying it. Once you mix it with your chosen fruit, that smell disappears and you only taste the mixer. The recipes are so easy to follow - simple with big results. I have Ulcerative Colitis, so I am crossing my fingers and hoping that this does great things for my gut!
Posted by Carolina on 22nd Mar 2016
Have created a variety of flavoured gummy squares from this product. Works perfectly with coconut cream, cacao, coffee, fruit, licorice tea and blends with rice malt syrup for some. Found that these squares help to supress appetite or kill the hungries and make a great stand in for dem ole forgotten sugar sweets. 2 tbsp in 1/3 cup water works well.
Posted by Jane on 19th Mar 2016
I have just made sugar free marshmallows with this gelatine and they have turned out beautifully. They are light, soft and spongy. I used rice syrup for sweetness. I love knowing that we are having a protein hit with these scrumptious marshmallows. Thanks, Sarah!
Posted by Carolyn on 17th Mar 2016
I make Gummys at least 2x's a week, my son loves them, I too have changed the water to gelatin ratio as i prefer the texture and makes the gelatin last longer
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