Benefits Of Bone Broth

Reema Abdullah | December 31st, 2020

Bone broth also called stock, is an extremely healthy fluid to drink or to add to your recipes. You might not be able to recall the last time you had bone broth, but you may want to begin incorporating it into your diet.

Collagen seeps out of the joints and bones during long term cooking of your select meat. Broth is usually thinner and made with more meat and bones rather than just bones tripped of the meat.

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Many individuals swear by drinking bone broth, at least one cup per day to be exact for maximum health benefits.

You can purchase bone broth or you make it at home which is a lot more affordable. You can store bone broth in the freezer for long term use or in the fridge if you plan on consuming it in a 3 to 4-day time period.

It’s best to drink it on an empty stomach or during a fast.

The best way to cook bone broth is over a low heat over a longer period of time. You can use a slow cooker which will also avoid high temperatures. High temperatures can destroy some of the nutrients in the broth.

You can place your meat with the bones in 12-quart stock pot with water. You can add vegetables such as carrots, celery, peas, or any of your favorite vegetables. You can add herbs and a dash of apple cider vinegar. Bring it to a low boil and reduce the heat to the lowest setting. Let the pot simmer for 5 to 6 hours. Once the time has passed you can strain it from the extra elements in the broth and then store it in the refrigerator.

The Health Benefits of Bone Broth:
– Aid in sleep
– Support weight loss
– Good for digestion
– Boosts your gut health
– Supports your immunity
– Supports healthy joints

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