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Bone Broth: Comfort in a Bowl

Looking for something comforting to drink while you curl up with a book or some Netflix? While bone broth might not immediately jump to mind, you should consider it.

Bone Broth Is Healthy

Bone broth is made by cooking animal bones slowly with seasonings, vegetables, and an acid like vinegar. It can have many benefits for your health, including:

  • Improving your immune system
  • Supporting and improving your gut health
  • Providing collagen components and amino acids necessary for rebuilding cartilage and improving joint, bone, hair, and nail health
  • Offering minerals that many people are otherwise deficient in

You can learn more here: “The Benefits of Bone Broth.”

Bone Broth Is Comforting

Drinking warm bone broth is comforting and tasty. Its savory nature means it can help you fight sugar cravings while it does its healthy work on your body. While it might not seem like a particularly indulgent thing to sip on while you’re relaxing, give it a try, and you’ll quickly make it a routine. Bone broth can help you sleep better, too, because it’s high in magnesium, so it’s a great thing to add to your nightly bedtime rituals.

Making your own bone broth is the healthiest way to go, and it’s much easier than you might think. Take a look at this “Easy Bone Broth Recipe.”

1 thought on “Bone Broth: Comfort in a Bowl”

  1. Chris says:

    I find that bone broth really helps me feel not so stressed. I started drinking it for health because it is anti-inflammatory, but I found it also helped decrease my stress level.
    I add some curry powder to it and also raw garlic.
    Tip: If you chop or press your garlic and leave it out in the air for about 15 minutes before heating, it helps prevent some of the key nutrients from being destroyed. It triggers a key enzyme activation to preserve key ingredients beneficial to health.

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