ProductionSpecial processing techniques are used to extract gelatin into various forms including sheets, granules, and powder. It is extracted mostly through using an acid to seperate the gelatin from the salts and fats. Gelatin can also be made at home. Boiling cuts of meat and bones makes gelatin dissolve into the water. When cooled, it will naturally form a gel or jelly.
Main BenefitsThe most fundamental benefit is that it strengthens cells and internal fibers. It’s 2 amino acids: proline & hydroxyproline can even help the growth of various connective tissues. For example, the recovery of various joints in the knees, hands, and spine. Many studies show that it can help with inflammation and pain from osteoarthritis. It strengthens bones, joints, and fingernails, as well as improves hair quality.
Benefits for the SpineIn relation to our spine, gelatin helps strengthen the vertebrae and the numerous joints that connect them. It also helps stimulate the regrowth of herniated and bulging discs. It helps because it contains collagen – one of the main components of bones and cartilage. Gelatin can even help with osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.
The Magic Recipe:Ingredients
- 2 tsp gelatin powder (one package of Knox gelatin)
- 1 cup cold water
- Stir powder into the cup of water before you go to bed
- Leave on the counter overnight
- In the morning, before you’ve eaten anything, drink the liquid.
Where to Get Gelatin
- Walmart: I always recommend getting the Knox Gelatin powder, box of 32 packages. Cost: ~$10 (You can find it in the cooking isle)
- Amazon: Great Lakes gelatin powder. Cost: ~$20
- Any other store that sells it. Make sure that it is powdered and unflavored.