Bone Broth Summary

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For the last few weeks I have been researching the healing power of Bone Broth. I read Sally Falloon 's book Nourishing Broth, which is a great book. The benefits are amazing: 1. Heals leaky gut Its good for non leaky gut as well, the gelatin in the broth helps fill the holes in the gut. It helps with other digestive disorders as well. Leaky gut can stem from systemic candida. 2. Protects your Joints The chondroitin sulfate, glutamine and other compounds in bone broth has been shown to help prevent osteoarthritis and is great for your joint care. 3. Immune Support The amino acids in the broth of glycine, arginine, and proline help fight inflammation and inhibit infection. Chicken soup is more than just healing your soul. 4. Stronger…show more content…
It 's been too soon to tell the effects as I 've had a lot of changes in the last week, but what I will say is I 'm really tired, sleeping a lot more, and I know the glycine is doing that. My stomach has been gurgling a lot more lately too. I 'm also experiencing detox symptoms. So go easy how much you drink. I am drinking 2 cups a day. I heat it up in a saucepan on the stove. Ideally don 't use a microwave to heat it up. Recipe: Bones depending how big your slow cooker or saucepan is. Soak them in a bowl of water, enough to cover them, and put in half a cup of apple cider vinegar, or lemon juice if you don 't have ACV. This helps leach the minerals out of the bones. Then I put them in the oven to brown for around 20 minutes. Some people don 't do this step. I put the water from soaking the bones in the slow cooker. Any veges, I threw in carrots, garlic, broccoli stems, celery. You could put in onions or leeks or even just use your left over scraps from veges in the week. Put them in 8 hours before the end. There is talk that if you put them in too early they soak up the minerals. Slow cook for as long as you like from 1-5 days. You may need to skim off the layer of crud off the top, I never did. Or you may need to top up the water if you go for…show more content…
When your 'e done, strain off the bones and veges and I throw them on my garden for the birds to eat. Leave in a bowl to cool at room temperature, and then tip into your containers you want to store the broth in, and put in the fridge. The fat will rise to the top, you can scoop this off when its hardened, and either use it for cooking or feed it to your

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