Some Ideal Protein foods contain gelatin or hydrolyzed collagen. Gelatin, a raw material is commonly extracted from animals, mainly pigs or cattle. Since the source of the gelatin or collagen was a frequently asked question, we decided to include it in the ingredient list of our foods. Look for this information on our boxes when you purchase your Ideal Protein foods.
Articles in this section
- Can I be on the Protocol if I'm a vegetarian?
- Can I eat only unlimited vegetables as my 4 cups per day?
- Can I split the whole protein throughout the day?
- How is the Ideal Salt different from my regular salt?
- How many "extras" can I have beside the foods listed on the phase sheets?
- What is defined as regular milk?
- Why is there so much sodium (salt) in your soups?
- Where do I find recipes?
- Why does it says "(beef)" in the ingredient list of some IP product when there is apparently no meat ingredients ?
- Is there any issue with a dieter wanting to split up their store-bought protein (i.e. fish, chicken, etc.) and have 1/2 (3-4 oz) at both lunch and dinner (in their salad), along with an Ideal Protein drink?