Bone Broth: Part 1
Grass-fed Bone Broth is chock full of vital proteins and easily absorbable minerals, each with incredible health benefits, including:
Improved joint health
Boosted immune system
Healing & sealing the gut
Treating leaky gut syndrome
Improving & overcoming food intolerances and allergies
Inhibiting infection caused by cold and flu viruses
Calming effects, promoting restful sleep
Reducing joint pain and inflammation
Promoting strong, healthy bones
Promoting healthy hair and nail growth
Aiding in healing IBS, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis and acid reflux
Promoting healing of tendons and ligaments
Promoting recovery from intense exercise and injury
Special Note for Athletes: Whether you’re into powerlifting, strongman, marathons, Cross-fit, triathalons, or any other type of intense exercise, athletes know that they bodies are only as strong as their weakest link. Even the strongest, most well-developed muscles will be limited if the joints, tendons and ligaments are weak. This will not only impede your efforts in the gym and at competition, but will also cause “aching joints,” tendonitis, arthritis, and other painful issues that we already seem to accumulate with age. With reducing or even avoiding these issues and symptoms as the goal, grass-fed bone broth is a vital part of a healthy diet. One study found that chicken collagen dramatically improved symptoms, even causing complete remission in some.
Recovery from injury and intense exercise, restful sleep, improved digestion, essential proteins, vital nutrients, anti-inflammatory effects, relief from pain, arthritis, asthma, immune function – Grass-fed Bone Broth has earned its spot as a true Superfood.
NOTE: Store-bought “stock” and “broth” isn’t REAL. It is a lab-created mixture of flavors and chemicals, including the neurotoxin monosodium glutamate (MSG). For the health benefits, you have to go grass-fed.
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