You might ask, “what is bone broth?” Bone broth is widely considered as a low-calorie, high protein  healing food. It’s known to reduce wrinkles, stomach, GI tract, aid in digestion or help you improve your immune system and reduce inflammation which might help beat that cold/flu that you get.

Due to the fact that broth is an extract marrow and other connective tissue, it may help support healthy joints, bones, joints, digestive system, muscle and blood. The preferred method, in my opinion, is to drink the broth as a beverage however you can add it to other soups and sauces as well.

Introducing bone broth into your habitual eating patterns has been show to produce many medicinal benefits.

Is is highly suggested you consult your medical practitioner before making any changes to your diet.

As far as Hippocrates (460BC – 370BC) associated bone broth with various cultures having held in high regard, bone broth for its soothing, nutritional  and immune and gut healing properties.

Remember being told to eat chicken soup when we’re sick but did you know the magic of  this comforting and healing dish is actually using ALL the bird bone marrows in the liquid broth? It has plenty  of nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, protein, essential amino acids, collagen and glycine, the building blocks that your body uses to keep itself in good repair.

About the Source: Au Bon Broth

They individually source every ingredient that goes into bone broth from Au Bon Broth and use the same meat suppliers that Whole Foods Market does.

They prioritize quality ingredients  because what goes into the animal’s body goes into your body when you drink the broth.

Are you what your eat?

About making bone broth your self

This is surprisingly easy, especially with a crock pot. You need about 24 hours and about $15 worth of grass-fed beef bones and a few chicken bones, all organic of course. Include onions, celery and other spices and vegetables to give it a bone broth gourmet taste.

I will post a recipe here soon, it is the one we use to make it at home.

The simple way is to buy it from Au Bon Broth.

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