However, we’ve seen lots of attention towards incorporating collagen and bone broth in a healthy diet.
The Benefits of Collagen:
In addition to healing leaky gut, collagen helps to fight infection, reduces inflammation and is great for growing healthy bone, hair, skin and nails. Plus, it helps to promote good sleep.
The downside of making fresh bone broth (in my opinion) is that it takes time, requires washing dishes and it can smell up the house.
Purchasing collagen instead can provide a hassle-free alternative. Having it mixed in with my protein bars (or balls) is even easier!
Additionally, collagen offers a source of protein for people who want extra protein – but don’t necessarily want it to come from whey, egg or plants.
What These Power Balls Don’t Have:
Speaking of avoiding certain ingredients, Paleo Angel Power Balls don’t contain gluten, dairy, eggs or tree nuts.
4 Paleo Angel Power Balls Flavors:
- Carob (rich)
- Vanilla (creamy)
- Lemon Cream (fresh & tangy)
- Orange Cranberry (sweet & tart)
Power Balls give you a nice change from the traditional rectangular-shaped protein bar. Therefore, if you decide to have one for breakfast, you don’t have to feel like you are eating a pre-packaged snack.
Paleo Angel Power Balls actually look like mini cakes that you’d pick up at your local bakery. In addition, they provide more nutrition than many breakfast foods, and they are easy to take with you on-the-go.
The company Paleo Angel was founded with the idea of providing great tasting food for those following paleo, gluten-free or autoimmune diets. In addition to creating nutritious snacks that anyone can enjoy, the company has set out to educate people autoimmune disorders and how to nourish the body through food.
Of course, you can make your own power balls at home. They don’t require baking, and you can customize the ingredients to your liking. Below, Lizabeth Lopez, health and fitness expert show how she makes homemade power balls, one of her favorite healthy snacks…
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