Benefits of Bone Broth
Updated: Jan 22, 2020
Bone broth is one of the hottest “new” trends as a super food among nutrition experts today. It could likely earn the title as the most healing food you can consume. But those of us who have been making and using bone broth for decades know that this age-old food has been a part of traditional cultures for centuries and for good reason.
“Let food be thy medicine…”
Bone broth is rich in minerals that support the immune system and contains healing compounds such as collagen, glutamine, glycine, proline, arginine and chondroitin sulphates to name a few.
Those who suffer from digestive disorders such as leaky gut or intestinal inflammation can highly benefit from consuming bone broth. In addition, bone broth has properties that help alleviate inflammation, whether it be “in the gut” or “in the joints”. Plus, the mineral-rich broth is a wonderfully, easily assimilated way to get the minerals needed for healthy teeth, bones, skin, hair and nails.
The glycine in bone broth has properties to help detoxify cells from chemicals and may even improve brain function.
Be Sure to Use High Quality Bones from Grass Fed Meat
It is critical to find the best quality bones you can from animals that are pasture fed. For the most therapeutic effect, be sure to use a top notch product. Be sure to read why grass fed animals offer the best source of bones. The Lamb Shoppe has 100% Grass Fed beef and lamb bones available for sale. These bones for broth are reasonably priced and offer the best quality product available anywhere. In addition, you can purchase free-range chickens at The Lamb Shoppe to make a rich chicken broth.
How do I Make Bone Broth?
It is very easy to make bone broth and anyone can master it quickly. The Lamb Shoppe has included a basic recipe for you to use as a guide. Traditional Chicken Bone Broth. You can follow this recipe exactly or add your own twist to the basics. Consider adding extra dried herbs to get even more health benefits. Ask us at the Lamb Shoppe to guide you on which dried herbs may be best for you.
How Much is Best?
It is recommended that you consume 8 ounces one or two times per day as a soup, a plain beverage or doing a bone broth fast for a few days. Many people like to do one batch a week and freeze extra for times when time is short.
For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.