Amazing Benefits of Bone Broth

*This article was written by Dave from paleohacks.com

Today I’ve got a super quick “caveman food” that I want to share with you. I’ve been incorporating this into my daily routine, and the results have been awesome — I like to call it my ‘secret weapon’ for better health & faster recovery.

This mystery food has been shown to:

  • Reduce inflammation
  • Improve your digestion, adrenals, bones, and teeth
  • Promote healthy joints, tendons, ligaments
  • Improve the function of your immune system
  • Reduce wrinkles, banish cellulite, and improve the quality of your skin
  • And that’s just a tiny sample of the benefits!

So what is it, you ask? The answer is — Bone Broth!

This delicious liquid is full of healthy minerals, amino acids, protein, collagen, and gelatin — and is one of natures ultimate superfoods.

Be warned, though — not all bone broths are created equal! You’re probably already aware of the advantages of grass-fed meat over grain-fed meat: more ‘good fats,’ a better Omega 3:6 ratio, more antioxidants — the same advantages apply to the bones of grass-fed animals. And most bone broths from the supermarket lack the complete nutritional profile that comes from grass-fed animals — which is why usually it’s recommended that you make it yourself with the leftover bones from your grass fed beef or pasture raised chicken.

Unfortunately when you make it on your own, it can take up to 24-48 hours to prepare — and as a busy person, it’s not always easy to fit that kind of prep work into your schedule. Fortunately, I was recently introduced to the solution to our problem — a company called Bone Broths Co. — who have created the first USDA Grass-Fed, Pastured Raised Bone Broth. My girlfriend and I have been LOVING it. It takes just a few quick minutes of warming up on the stove, and it’s good to go — so you don’t have to spend 24-48 hours preparing!

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