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Bone Broth an Ancient Elixer

Bone Broth an Ancient Elixer that can be used as a stand alone savoury drink or in your favourite meals.


How to Use Bone Broth

There are so many ways to enjoy Bone Broth.

Drink it straight up. Pour it into your favourite coffee mug or a thermos and drink it as part of your healthy lunch

Use it to make grains. When cooking your favourite grains such as rice or quinoa, use bone broth instead of water for added flavour and all the health benefits.

Make soup. Use bone broth as a base for any stew or soup, traditional or low-carb.

Baking. Adapt your home made bread recipe by using bone broth instead of water, it adds nutrients colour.

Make a bone broth smoothie bowl.

Added to your coffee as a creamer or in our superfood latte.

Freeze for later use. Pour bone broth into ice-cube trays and freeze for individua portions at the ready.

Bone broth has been around for centuries, an ancient superfood packed with nutrition

And many health benefits. It’s a great source of protein, minerals. High in collagen that is used by our bodies to make its own collagen.

Health benefits with this nutrient dense boost

Heal the gut

Daily consumption of bone broth can help with leaky gut or intestinal permeability but it’s also good for protecting non leaky guts. This can help ease chronic diarrhea, constipation and ease food intolerances.

Amino acids are important for muscle recovery and energy.

A wholefood way to get your protein in. Essential nutrients such as amino acids help with muscle recovery and exercise performance.

Support a healthy immune system

As part of a balanced diet bone broth’s nutrient dense profile can heal the gut and also improve the immune system. Mark Sisson author of the Primal Blueprint

Supports Sleep

Bone broth contains the amino acid glycine which research has shown may aid sleep and reduce fatigue.

Collagen Support

Collagen rich bone broth helps support the body’s own collage production.  Collagen is the building block of cells found throughout the body, in skin, bone and joints.  Studies have shown an improvement in the skin’s elasticity and firmness as well as a reduction in fine lines with collagen ingestion.

Joint Support

Bone broth contains glucosamine and chondroitin as well as collagen. Studies have shown that these nutrients help support joint health.