Grandma did it…so why shouldn’t we? Although the use of bone and animal parts has been used for thousands of years around the globe, in our modern world animal parts such as the bones and marrow, tendons, ligaments, skin, and feet have often been discarded. It is well known that bone broth has lots to offer in terms of astounding health benefits and healing. Adding broth to your daily diet can have profound effects on your overall health.
Cooking bone broth brings back many traditional memories and it is easy to get started with this recipe. First, you will have to head over to your local butcher to purchase your bones. It will be well worth your efforts as bone broth is one of the most nutrient-dense foods. It is one of the best healing foods for digestive disorders, inflammation, immune system, joint and muscles, detoxification and many other health conditions. Bone broth is restorative for the whole body, mind and spirit!