What is bone broth.
Yes, it has been touted as a ‘super food’ of late, but the reality is it has been around and used as a ‘staple’ in traditional cultures for many years.
Bone broth is made by simmering the bones of chicken, beef, lamb or fish with vegetables, herbs and a little apple cider vinegar over a long period of time. The end result is a beautiful liquid that contains a wealth of anti-inflammatory nutrients, beneficial to skin and joints as well as the immune and digestive systems.
Benefits of Bone Broth
One of the huge benefits of bone broth is its wealth of nutrients – primarily amino acids and minerals. These nutrients are readily available and easily absorbed, providing many holistic benefits to the human body. In fact, it would take pages of information to cover them all, so I will just summarise the main ones here for you. work as well as it can. With the added bonus of being anti-inflammatory, bone broth can aid recovery.
Your digestive health
Be Broth can play a role in any weight-loss program. We know that diets high in protein allow us to feel fuller for longer, and bone broth is rich in amino acids (the building blocks of protein). More specifically glutamine found in broth plays a role in our metabolism (an effective working metabolism will aid weight loss/maintaining a healthy weight). Recent research is pointing towards a link between a healthy microbiome (a healthy digestive system full of beneficial bacteria) and a healthy weight/weight loss.