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Health Care 07 Aug, 2019 Follow News


Bone broth is the talk of the town these days. It’s an extremely healthy and nutritious food that carries an abundance of health benefits. Bone broth contains minerals in the form your body can absorb easily. These include calcium, magnesium, sulphur and others. The University of Nebraska Medical Center, conducted a research to find out what’s in chicken soup (broth) that makes it so great. They found that the amino acids produced when making the stock reduced inflammation in the respiratory system and improved digestion. So here are some reasons to consume bone broth regularly.


JOINT PROTECTION - Bone broth is one of the world’s most natural source of COLLAGEN, the protein found in vertebrae animals. As we grow older our joints naturally experience wear and tear. Enter bone broth. As it simmers, collagen from the animal parts leaches into the broth making it readily absorbable to replace cartilage.


HEALTHY SKIN - Collagen helps form elastin and other compounds within the skin that are responsible for maintaining its youthful look, texture and appearance. Collagen’s integrity is accredited with helping reduce the visible signs of wrinkles, decreasing puffiness and fighting other aging issues.


ENHANCES IMMUNE FUNCTION - It’s gut supporting benefits is one of bone broth’s amazing properties. It is one of the most beneficial food to restore gut health, and therefore, supports immune function and healthy inflammation response. Collagen/gelatin and the amino acids proline, glutamine and arginine help seal openings in the gut lining to maintain its integrity. Bone broth also improves sleep, boosts energy during the day and improves mood.


DETOXIFIES - Daily we are exposed to any number of toxins. Bone broth stock contains potassium and glycine which support both the cellular and liver detoxifying processes.” Bone broth also increases intake of essential minerals which act like chelators to remove toxins by stopping heavy metals from attaching to mineral receptor sites.”(Stanford University’s Medicine Preventative Research Center).

So, start getting in on Bone Broth you will have no regrets.

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