A harmonious blend of real organic vegetables, adaptogenic tremella mushroom and nutritional yeast, Veggie Broth is a vegan-friendly source of protein and B vitamins that’s worth sipping for.
- CLEAN, ALL-NATURAL INGREDIENTS
- NO ADDED SALT
Enhance Your Routine
- Vegan-friendly source of protein (4 g per 8 g serving)
- Whole food source of B vitamins
- Blend of real, organic vegetables
- Contains adaptogenic tremella mushroom
Made with wholesome ingredients, Veggie Broth naturally packs a nutritional punch. Easily whip up this kitchen staple and enhance your daily diet with:
An essential macronutrient that is an important component of every cell in the body. Your body needs it to build and repair tissues, and make crucial body chemicals like enzymes and hormones. While proteins are found in large quantities in animal products like meat, dairy and eggs, those are also sources of cholesterol, and should be consumed in moderation. Nutritional yeast provides a quality source of complete protein that those following vegan and vegetarian diets can also enjoy.
B VITAMINS (B1, B2, B3, B6)
This group of vitamins is vital for energy production! They also play various roles around the body, from antioxidant action to building and repairing DNA. B vitamins are water-soluble, meaning your body isn’t able to store them – you need to get them from the food you eat every day. If you have a hard time eating a varied, well-rounded diet, or if you’re avoiding animal products, you may be getting less B vitamins than your body needs on a daily basis. Veggie Broth’s B vitamins come from its blend of organic vegetables as well as nutritional yeast.
POTASSIUM, CALCIUM, IRON
Minerals are nutrients your body needs to optimize various functions. Potassium is required for muscles (including the heart) to work properly, and also helps with the transmission of nerve signals. A deficiency can cause painful muscle cramps and weakness. Calcium contributes to strong bones and teeth, as well as proper function of your blood vessels, muscles, nerves, and hormones. Iron helps carry oxygen throughout your body. A lack of iron in the long term can lead to health complications like anemia.
An amino acid, or in simpler terms, one of the building blocks of protein. It plays a special role in gut health, helping maintain a healthy barrier between the insides of the intestines and the rest of the body. This prevents icky bacteria from getting out and protects you from conditions like leaky gut syndrome.
- Nutritional yeast
- Organic vegetable powder blend (kale, carrot, tomato, broccoli, garlic)
- Organic acacia gum
- Organic tremella mushroom powder
- Turmeric root powder
- Black pepper powder
How to Use
Mix 8 g (~ 2.5 levelled teaspoons) to soups, sauces and gravies, or stir into hot water and sip.
Q: What amount of nutrients will I be adding to my day when I have a serving of Veggie Broth?
A: Every 2.5 teaspoon serving of Veggie Broth provides you with 1g of fibre, 3 g of total carbohydrates, 4 g of protein, 1.9 mg of B vitamins, 150 mg of potassium, 40 mg of calcium and 0.75 mg of iron. Veggie Broth is fat-free and low sodium (only 30 mg, or 1% of your RDV).
Q: Is this product plant-based?
A: All ingredients in Veggie Broth come from plants, mushrooms or yeast – all vegetarian and vegan friendly!
Q: How many servings of vegetables does this contain?
A: Each 8 g serving of Veggie Broth provides 0.30 servings of real vegetables. Veggie Broth is a great supplement to your daily vegetable intake. The organic vegetable blend contains kale, tomato, carrot, garlic, and broccoli – all organic.
Q: Which is better for me: Bone Broth or Veggie Broth?
A: They are both great options! For a high-quality (animal-based) source of protein and collagen, our best-selling Bone Broths are your best bet. If you are looking for a vegetarian or plant-based source of protein, or just need some help getting more veggies in your diet then try our new Veggie Broth.
Q: Is Veggie Broth good for my gut, like bone broth?
A: Veggie Broth contains nutritional yeast and tomato, which are food sources of the amino acid L-Glutamine. L-Glutamine supports digestive health because it is a key factor for intestinal cells.