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 Melanie on 23rd Jun 2016
loving the gelatin and the gummy recipes. Gradually trying them all. Faves so far are peanut butter ones and the cinnamon ones. Took them too work n shared and they all loved them.
Love your your Sarah.
Posted by Suzana on 21st Jun 2016
Huge pack lasts a while.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Jun 2016
This stuff is great - i love knowing that it comes from pasture raised cows, unlike the stuff i got at the super market which doesn't say what or where its made of. My marshmallows and gummies turn out prefect every time. My gut is a bit slow and it helps me "go"
Posted by Jessica on 6th Jun 2016
I suffer from 'leaky gut' and was delighted to discover your Gut Lovin' Gelatin to help repair my tummy lining. For the past month, I've been whipping up endless batches of gummies in an assortment of flavors. And then I started mixing a tablespoon of 'bloomed' gelatin in my morning green smoothie.
A couple of weeks ago, I would have given this product a 5-star rating. But, alas, my love affair with gelatin is over. I've noticed major bloating and have started to gain (unwanted) weight since jumping on the gelatin bandwagon. And this week an awful new side effect has developed--bizarre breakout of nasty, sore pimples on my chin. I'm nearly 50 but look like a pizza-faced teenager right now.
Besides adding gelatin, I haven't changed my diet or lifestyle in any way recently. The only think I can link these symptoms to is the gelatin. Just wondering if anyone else out there has experienced similar side effects?
Posted by Unknown on 1st Jun 2016
We have this in a cup of tea every morning. It dissloves really well and its Australian.
Posted by Trish on 31st May 2016
I have made several gummies. The best has been the flesh of a Queensland mango - pulp/dissolved gelatin/ as a base. Then coconut cream/gelatin/vanilla extract/rice malt syrup on top of the mango base. Just simply delicious!
I also made a coconut cream with vanilla/rose oil drops.....beautiful.
The use of gelatin is unlimited. I have shared all my creations.
I made one today: blueberries/raspberries/QG Plum nectar/coconut milk/ vanilla/gelatin & a little rice malt syrup.....
It is always best to taste as you go....adding extra flavour if required.
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.
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