How to Make Bone Broth And Why It’s Good For Us!

 

How to Make Bone Broth

Did you know that BONE BROTH is all the rage right now? Let me tell you why.

You know it’s always been a really good thing. But just recently it’s almost like it’s been re-discovered. Sort of like vegetables, and fermented foods. It’s so good for us!

There’s a South American proverb that says “Good broth will resurrect the dead.” It is known as a cure-all in traditional households and the magic ingredient in classic gourmet cuisine.

Bone broth, broth made from chicken, fish, lamb or beef bones can boost the immune system – making it less likely that we’ll get sick. It can improve joint health, heal the digestive tract, reduce cellulite – ooo we love that!, and help us to overcome food allergies and intolerances. It can also improve allergies, asthma and arthritis by helping to heal the gut. It’s been around forever as one of the most healing foods.

Bone broth contains amazing nutrients like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, sulphur and more, in easy to absorb forms. It also contains amino acids that help us to build strong bodies, collagen, gelatin, proline, glycine and glutamine that have the power to transform your skin and health. That’s really the secret in chicken soup when we’re sick.

I bet you’re wanting a steaming hot mug of it right now!

Oh and by the way, you can make soups from it and add it stews or anything that made need a little extra liquid. Here’s how to make beef bone broth, but it’s the same for using chicken bones, lamb bones or fish bones. You can even use a combination!

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