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What to Know About Organic Bone Broth

9 Unexpected, Easy Ways to Make Healing Bone Broth
There’s a reason for all the buzz around organic bone broth: From healing the digestive tract and detoxifying organs to encouraging fat burning and warding off inflammation, this magical elixir pretty much does it all. While I’ve explained the amazing health benefits of bone broth and how to prepare it to many, there’s one question I’m still asked all the time: “Where exactly do I get the best bones for bone broth?” This might sound obvious, but it’s important to mention that in order to create the healthiest broth, you have to begin with the healthiest ingredients. Think about the same things you consider when purchasing meat: organic, pastured, grass-fed. Really, you can make the best bones for bone broth using the bones from just about any quality meat you like. These 9 choices are great:
  • Beef
  • Bison
  • Chicken
  • Duck
  • Goose
  • Lamb
  • Pork
  • Turkey
  • Venison
Now, obviously, if you roast a chicken or a turkey, you can simply save the bones and use them for your organic bone broth. But when you’re looking to purchase the best bones for bone broth specifically, you have several options. Ask your local butcher, who will almost always have plenty to offer. The same is often true for local farmers, and you might connect with one by exploring your local farmers’ markets. Local health food stores with meat departments or your nearest Whole Foods could also be a source if you just ask for soup bones. Or go online: Search eatWILD’s directory of farms and ranches for grass-fed or pasture-raised meat from a farm near you. You can also order a variety of healthy bones (and meats) from U.S. Wellness Meats. Remember, parts of the animal that you don’t normally eat can be excellent for bone broth — knucklebones, bones with marrow, chicken feet — and are quite nourishing, flavorful, and health-promoting. (Of course, you don’t have to use them at all, especially if they make you uncomfortable). To make a truly organic bone broth, try adhering to organic ingredients during the entire process or for as much of the process as possible. The important thing is just to give making and eating bone broth a try, even if purchasing bones seems a little weird at first. Trust me — you’ll be glad you did! Try my Simple Bone Broth or one of the following recipes: Bone broth is a fantastic liquid base for just about anything you need it to be! Drinking bone broth is a quick and easy way to get beneficial nutrients that is lighter on the stomach than a heavy stew or soup. Using great ingredients can help with more than just nutrition; learn more about how drinking the right bone broth can help with your digestive problems! Try my Simple Bone Broth or one of the following recipes: Easy Chicken Bone Broth Health Supportive Turkey Bone Broth Nourishing Beef Bone Broth Want more? You might also like: To All the Vegetarians Out There: You Can Reap the Benefits of Bone Broth Too Success Story: The Bone Broth Diet Helped My Client Melt Away 30 Pounds This Doctor Prescribes 8 Steps to Heal Your Gut to Lose Weight and Reverse Chronic Illness Success Story: Why the Bone Broth Diet Healed My Client’s Celiac Symptoms When Avoiding Gluten Didn’t
Note: PLEASE consult with your doctor before making any changes to your diet or medications. The material on this site is provided for educational purposes only, and is not to be used for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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