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A Powerful Proven Pain Killer - It is natural and adds flavour to any meal!

Posted by Corey Chandler on

A Powerful Proven Pain Killer - It is natural and adds flavour to any meal!

This wonderful spicy little herb has outperformed NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) in numerous tests.  And without the side effects.  And add the herb with a highly anti-inflammatory real food such as bone broth and you are compounding the enormous health and anti-inflammatory benefits.  Ginger and Best of the Bone!

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This Healthy Recommendation Is A Slow Killer

Posted by Doctor Lucas on

This Healthy Recommendation Is A Slow Killer

Inflammation is a cause of heart disease, strokes, dementia and is associated with weight gain, auto-immune disease, digestive health issues and even arthritis.  Yet health officials provide advise that is a leading cause of inflammation.  Try this anti-inflammation diet with bone broth (Best of the Bone), eggs, nuts, vegetables, fermented foods . .

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Digestive Health Powerhouses Come Together in a Zesty Dressing

Posted by Jessica Brown CA, ND on

Digestive Health Powerhouses Come Together in a Zesty Dressing

Some of nature's most beneficial digestive, gut-health foods come together in a zesty dressing - great for any type of salad.   Apple cider vinegar, ginger, and Best of the Bone broth gelatin form the nutritional, tasty base for this miso dressing - so good I could drink it by itself.  And probably should 😍 Preparation:  Put all of your ingredients except the pepper into a food processor or blender and let it blend for one minute.  Add pepper to taste.  The result is a dressing that ensures any salad is a nutrient dense, collagen-rich, gut-healthy powerhouse of a dressing....

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Anti-inflammatory diet reduces bone loss, hip fracture risk in women

Posted by Doctor Lucas on

Anti-inflammatory diet reduces bone loss, hip fracture risk in women

With age, people tend to lose bone mass, and postmenopausal women in particular are at a higher risk of osteoporosis and bone fracture. Women over 30 begin losing bone density.  However, there are things we can do to prevent this. A new study suggests that a diet rich in anti-inflammatory nutrients may reduce bone loss in some women.  A new study suggests that an anti-inflammatory diet - which tends to be rich in healthy fats, select proteins (such as collagen) plants, and whole grains - benefits bone density among postmenopausal women.  It was noted that there are certain foods that...

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