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Superfood Spotlight: Bone Broth

Introducing: the healing powers of Bone Broth. One clinical study found that chicken collagen dramatically improved symptoms of arthritis, tendonitis, aching joints, and related issues, and some even saw complete remission. Although research is ongoing, bone broth has promise with many health disorders, and may help with any number of issues, including:

  • Protecting joints and improving overall joint health

  • Fighting osteoarthritis

  • educing joint pain

  • Promoting strong, healthy bones

  • Protecting and soothing the lining of the gut

  • Promoting probiotic balance & growth

  • Helping heal leaky gut syndrome

  • Promoting healthy skin, nails & hair

  • Reducing the appearance of wrinkles & cellulite

  • Aiding in the healing of IBS, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis and acid reflux

  • Promoting healing of tendons and ligaments

  • Promoting recovery from intense exercise and injury

  • Relieving symptoms of asthma

  • Promoting restful sleep

  • Boosting immune function

  • Fighting inflammation

  • Improving digestion

  • Supporting weight loss

  • Building bone strength and preventing bone loss

  • Improving and overcoming food intolerances and allergies

  • Inhibiting infection caused by cold and flu viruses

This is likely due to bone broth being an excellent source of essential proteins, amino acids, and other vital nutrients. What’s more, the nutrients in bone broth are highly absorbable. The nutrient profile of bone broth includes:

  • Collagen

  • Arginine

  • Glycine

  • Glutamine

  • Proline

  • Chondroitin Sulphates

  • Glucosamine

  • Calcium

  • Magnesium

  • Phosphorus

  • Silicon

  • Sulphur

It’s important to note that store-bought “stock” and “broth” isn’t the same thing as bone broth; furthermore, they often include MSG, which is a neurotoxin. Some health food stores and farms offer authentic bone broth, the alternative being to make it yourself. Either way, be sure to choose grass-fed poultry or meat to get the full benefits without pesticides, hormones, or other potentially harmful chemicals.

Easy Bone Broth Recipe

The simplest way to make bone broth is to save grass-fed bones from other meals. You may also get the bones and carcasses from your local butcher.


  • 1 gallon purified water

  • 1 oz apple cider vinegar

  • 3-4 lbs bones and tissues


  1. Mix the ingredients together in a large pot or slow cooker and bring to a boil

  2. Reduce to a simmer for 10–24 hours before letting it cool

  3. Strain through a cheesecloth and pour into smaller containers for storage

  4. Add salt, vegetables, and spices to taste

  5. Reheat as needed, preferably on the stove not the microwave as this may kill nutrients

  6. Enjoy the benefits!

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