Bone Broth for Overall Health Improvement

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Animal bones contain many beneficial nutrients including healthy fats, proteins and calcium. Unlike most carnivores, humans can’t break open animal bones with our teeth, we need to boil and cook them to create a bone broth to make use of the nutrients found in bones. From the period following the Civil War until after World War I bone soup (broth) was prepared in most American homes almost every day. Health benefits of bone broth include:

Promotes healing of leaky gut syndrome. Bone broth is easy to digest and has been found to heal the lining of your intestines. The gelatin in the broth helps fill the porous “holes” in the gut and helps with other digestive disorders as well. Leaky gut syndrome has become a common issue as we consume diets high in processed foods that aren’t easy for your body to digest. The lesions (holes) in your gut can allow partially undigested food, bacteria and other toxins to pass from your intestines into your bloodstream, leading to an array of health problems including autoimmune disorders, inflammation and allergies. Bone broth has been known to heal these leaks.

Supports and protects your joints. Bone broth remains a staple for people suffering from arthritis and joint pain. The tendons and cartilage in broth contain a number of minerals useful in promoting relief from joint pain. The proteins in broth help in the repair and rebuilding of your connective tissues and tendons, promoting relief from joint pain. The chondroitin sulfate, glutamine and other organic compounds in bone broth have been shown to help prevent osteoarthritis and support healthy joints.

Supports a stronger immune system. Bone broth contains minerals and amino acids while also boosting antioxidant activity in your body. Just like chicken soup (made from chicken broth) bone broth is especially beneficial for treating upper respiratory infections. The amino acids in bone broth include glycine, arginine, and proline which help fight inflammation and inhibit infection.

Strengthens bones and connective tissues and cartilage. The calcium, magnesium and phosphorus bone broth are great for your bones. Bone broth is also a rich source of collagen which helps rebuild your connective tissues, including your tendons and ligaments and also repairs and beautifies your skin.

Promotes healthy hair, skin and nails. The collagen in the cartilage used to make bone broth helps with your skin, hair and nails, helping you to maintain a youthful appearance. Your skin needs collagen to repair damaged cells and stay soft and supple.

Bone broth packs a wide range of health benefits into every bowl. It helps heal your leaky gut, promotes healthy joints, boosts your immune system and improves your skin, hair and nails.

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