Bone broth will keep you healthy. Whether you decide to make your own homemade bone broth, or you would rather buy one of the amazing pre-made products on the market, the idea is the same — it will keep your brain and your body healthy! Here are 5 reasons you need to add bone broth to your diet now.
Sometimes life is complicated. And sometimes it’s easy. I’m a firm believer in food and nutrition being one of the easier parts of your life. But, when there are so many varied opinions on what is good for your health, it can be really hard to know what to do.
That’s why when I find a way to keep you healthy that’s easy, I get really excited to tell you about it. Adding bone broth to your daily routine is a no-brainer. EVERYONE agrees that bone broth is a must! This is one of those times when no real thought is required… and, if you know me this is a big thing because I am a big over-thinker…
So, don’t overthink this. Just go out and buy some organic bones to make your own pot of bone broth, or go to the store and buy some, or go on-line and order some. Easy peasy. Just do it.
You can make homemade bone broth. It’s easy, but it does take time.
Or, you can use one of the amazing pre-made bone broths now on the market. There are great simple and classic bone broths available and even ready-to-eat flavorful soups made with bone broth. One of my favorite new products is Osso Good Bone Broth. These products are so good and so simple, that you have no excuse not to add bone broth to your diet.
Any soup you make can and should be made with bone broth. Just replace the water or traditional broth/stock that your recipe calls for with bone broth. Keep scrolling down for some simple explanations of the 5 reasons you need to add bone broth to your diet, and for some great recipes you can make with bone broth.
If you eat the right foods and herbs for your unique body and circumstances, you can keep yourself healthy and youthful. All you need is the correct information. And I’m here to give it to you. So, read on and learn about the 5 reasons that bone broth will keep you young inside and out. And, if you want to learn more about healing whatever your specific concerns are, I’d love to help you create a healthy lifestyle plan specifically for your unique needs, so sign up for a free phone consultation and we can chat about it.
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These Are The 5 Reasons You Need To Add Bone Broth To Your Diet Now
1. Brain Health And Cognitive Function
Bone broth is filled with bone marrow and essential fatty acids — these things promote optimal brain health. It also contains glycine, which is an amino acid that helps with memory, concentration, stress, and focus. If you are looking for something to enhance your cognitive function, try swapping out your morning coffee or tea for a cup of bone broth — you’ll notice the difference.
There are many foods and herbs to boost brain power. Bone broth is an essential part of a healthy brain regimen.
Eating the correct foods and herbs will help you with memory, concentration, and focus. We all have trouble focusing sometimes. And, how frustrating is it when you forget what you were just about to say, or when you walk into a room to get something but you forget what that something is? Ugh… I just hate when that happens. But, when you add the correct combination of foods and herbs into your daily routine, your brain starts to perform at its highest level. Like when you were younger. Or like before you had kids. Remember when you could sit and focus on one task before moving onto another one?
2. Gut Repair And Digestive Health
Bone broth heals your digestive system. It is filled with collagen and gelatin. Both of these substances, when slowly heated for an extended period of time, have been shown to actually heal your gut lining.
If you have any type of digestive disorder, you can benefit from bone broth.
By the way, the condition of your skin is closely intertwined with the healthy of your gut, so adding bone broth to your diet will benefit both your inside and your outside… beauty and health go hand in hand.
3. Reduced Inflammation
The glucosamine in bone broth can reduce inflammation throughout your body and it can also strengthen your bones. When you add bone broth to your diet, you are able to reduce inflammation in your joints, so your knees, elbows, shoulders, hips, wrists, etc. will start to feel less stiff. You will even start to reduce the pain in your joints with this addition to your lifestyle.
By making this simple tweak to your healthy eating plan, you will also be reducing inflammation in your intestines, making everything better. As discussed above, a healthy gut is the key to a healthy body.
4. Younger And Healthier Looking Skin, Hair, And Nails
The collagen in bone broth is great for your appearance. As we age, we start to lose collagen and our skin starts to sag, our hair gets more brittle or thin, and our nails become weaker. By making bone broth a regular part of your dietary routine, you are helping yourself to look and feel younger — on the inside and on the outside.
5. Boosted Energy Levels
Bones contain many important minerals. When they are slowly cooked in liquid, these minerals release into the liquid and you reap the rewards whey you drink this liquid/bone broth. These minerals are now in a form that can be easily absorbed by your body.
Many people find that when they drink bone broth, these minerals give them a great energy boost that feels better and healthier than that of caffeine.
Any soup you made can and should be made with bone broth. Just replace the water or traditional broth/stock that your recipe calls for with bone broth.
Recipes To Make Using Bone Broth
Here are some of my favorite soup recipes. These recipes are awesome in taste and in health benefits, but most of them were created long before we knew the benefits of bone broth. Nowadays, whenever I make one of these healing soup recipes, I substitute bone broth (whatever flavor I’m feeling at the moment) for the water or traditional broth/stock called for in the recipe. I urge you to do the same.
If you make any of these soup recipes that utilize the 5 reasons you need to add bone broth to your diet, please be sure to let me know in the comments below. I love hearing how you like a recipe, and I love to answer your questions! If you make something, be sure to take a photo and tag me and post it on Instagram.
This recipe is super easy because it’s made with a rotisserie chicken. So, no excuses… come on, you’ve got to try it… Just use your favorite chicken bone broth and you’ll be creating the most delicious and healing meal!
I love to make vegan soups, but I’m not a vegan and sometimes I want the freshness and the healing powers of lots of vegetables but I also want the added health benefits of bone broth. One of my favorite things to do is to take a healing pot of largely vegan soup and add the healing benefits of bone broth to it.
The flavor and the healing power of this soup gets kicked up with the addition of a flavorful bone broth… try a good pork or beef one… yum!
This soup is amazing in its healing powers. It has scallions and ginger in it, so it will boost your immune system. Take out the water and the traditional broth and substitute this with chicken bone broth, and you’ve got something that will keep your whole family healthy.
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