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Best of the Bone: A Real Bone Broth that is easy

Posted by Jessica Brown CA, ND on

Best of the Bone: A Real Bone Broth that is easy

Real bone broth has nothing bad added and nothing good taken.  Slow-cooked to result in a nutrient dense food high in gut-healing gelatin.  The slow-cooking ensures extraction of minerals from the bones including magnesium, sulfur, calcium, potassium - all are good for your joint and bone health.  And the cooking process ensures a rich soup high in healthy fats such as omega 3 and MCTs.  Making this a brain and energy food as much as a skin and gut health food. In the case of this image its easy, a spoonful of Best of the Bone organic turmeric-ginger-black pepper with a...

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7 Reasons to Feed Your Pet Bone Broth - Or Share Yours!

Posted by Doctor Lucas on

7 Reasons to Feed Your Pet Bone Broth - Or Share Yours!

Adding Bone Broth to your pet's diet is adding the most nutrient critical elements in one food - a food that can be combined and used with so many of your pet's favourite foods.

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This Island of the Longest Living Humans Eat This Modified Mediterranean Diet

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This Island of the Longest Living Humans Eat This Modified Mediterranean Diet

Bone Broth – The Ikarians consume copious amounts of bone broth before their panigiris (local festival that can attract up to 2000 people). Broth is consumed to line the stomach, allowing people to spend longer at the festival eating, drinking and dancing with their friends and family. Whilst goat is the feast animal of Ikaria, they commonly make broth from cow, fish and so on.  Animal broths are known to help protect joints, critical for the improvement and maintenance of gut health and proven to build a bullet-proof immune system function, as well as aid in detoxification and skin maintenance, and improve your metabolism.

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Cook Your Own Delicious Bone Broth With This Excellent Recipe - Or Do It Easy and Use Best of the Bone

Posted by Corey Chandler on

Cook Your Own Delicious Bone Broth With This Excellent Recipe - Or Do It Easy and Use Best of the Bone

From the New York Times cooking archives we've found a wonderful broth recipe if you feel like cooking from scratch.  Or if you don't have 15+ hours to cook and instead of three kgs or six pounds of beef bones you can simply use five heaping tablespoons of Best of the Bone with the same recipe. But either way, the result is excellent.  From the NYT courtesy of Julia Moskin:   "Bone broth" has become stylish as part of the Paleo diet, which enthusiastically recommends eating meat and bones and fresh un-processed foods.   But cooks have known its wonderful...

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Eating Your Way to Health - A Paleo "Best of the Bone" Thai Green Curry

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Eating Your Way to Health - A Paleo "Best of the Bone" Thai Green Curry

At Best of the Bone we often add some green Thai curry paste, a tablespoon of Best of the Bone, a bowl of hot water,  garlic, chopped onion and veggies for a quick and delicious soup for one.  But a user (thanks Katie) was kind enough to brag about using Best of the Bone for a Paleo Thai Green Chicken Curry that indeed sounds delicious.   And by adding "Best of the Bone" we've added our gut-health improving gelatin with 40% collagen protein - improving skin and joint health as well! Serves 4 Ingredients: Curry Paste: 2 long shallots 1...

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