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The Body of Research is Conclusive - Broth and its Gelatin are Very GOOD. And Best of the Bone even better.

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The Body of Research is Conclusive - Broth and its Gelatin are Very GOOD.  And Best of the Bone even better.

Research on bone broth and/or its ingredients can be traced back to the early 1900s. The entirety of these studies and research is rather conclusive that the benefits of broths or gelatins in your diet provide: increased skin elasticity; improved bone health and density; increased lean muscle mass; joint and tendon health revitalisation, improved gut health as related to issues such as colitis, leaky gut syndrome or irritable bowel syndrome; liver detoxification; weight loss. For example, bone broth is often recommended for detox programs. One biochemical rationale is the liver uses glycine when detoxifying. The liver’s ability to detox is limited by...

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Five Vital Considerations for your Bone Broth

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Five Vital Considerations for your Bone Broth

Five Vital Considerations for your Bone Broth Bone broth may quite possibly be one of the oldest meals on record. Hippocrates was known to extol its virtues, and according to Dr. Kaayla Daniel, vice president of the Weston A. Price Foundation.  And it does have proven medicinal values. When making your own broth or buying here are five vital considerations. #1 – When making the broth at home remember that to get the most out of your bones you’ll need to cook them for several hours (many recipes you’ll see suggest 12, 14 or even 16 hours). Also, we suggest you roast the...

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Leaky Gut vs Bone Broth

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Leaky Gut vs Bone Broth

Wait, what, how can that be? This certified nutrition specialist says nearly 80% of the adult population over 30 has leaky gut syndrome to some degree.   It seems he's not alone in this somewhat controversial claim.  Josh Axe, DNM, DC, CNS, claims that pesticides, antibiotics, medication, environmental pollution and other common food substances are to blame for this skyrocketing rate of intestinal inflammation and "leaks". What is Leaky Gut?  Leaky gut syndrome is still somewhat controversial in the established medical community but as more studies have come to light and gut health has come into more focus  the "leaky gut syndrome" diagnosis...

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Gout: Once the Disease of Kings is now the Painful Scourge of the West

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Gout: Once the Disease of Kings is now the Painful Scourge of the West

Activate your Defense against This "First-World" Malady photo: uric acid crystals causing painful gout attack "First-world" health problems are maladies that existed mostly in text books until the last 30-40 years. Health problems such as diabetes type II, irritable bowel syndrome including colitis and Crohn's Disease, and certain types of arthritis were rarely seen.  Now, its estimated that more than half of the population over 25 in countries such as the U.S., Canada, Australia, and the U.K. has suffered from one of these health issues.One such "first-world" arthritis was once commonly called the "disease of kings" - known as Gout.   Because in...

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“Best of the Bone” Beef Bone Gelatine vs Bone Broth?

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“Best of the Bone” Beef Bone Gelatine vs Bone Broth?

What is “Best of the Bone” and is it like Broth? The first thing you'll notice when you open a jar of Best of the Bone is the dark brown, rich gelatin or gelatine.  This is truly the best elements of the bone - not broth but a gelatin that is more than 50% collagen protein and composed of 18 amino acids.  Both are amongst the highest of any food on the planet.   Broth, which is made by adding water and and usually chicken or beef bones and simmering it ideally for eight or more hours has collagen protein...

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