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What Exactly is Bone Broth?

What Exactly is Bone Broth?

It seems like every couple of years some health supplement or food becomes all the rage. It’s like you can’t even watch a show without hearing it referenced.

 

We’ve heard it about avocados, turmeric, coconut, and now …bone broth? 

 

All these things are great, and I would recommend them all, depending upon the individual. But so many people are asking, what exactly is bone broth?

 

It might not have the most pleasant name, but first off, that’s how it’s made. Broths are made from the juices of meats. Bone broth goes a little deeper into the marrow of the bone. But I think the most important thing is what bone broth can do for an individual. It’s packed with vitamins and nutrients as well as collagen being the most sought after.

 

How to make bone broth

Getting bones from a butcher is one way to get the main ingredient, but they must be broiled first before making the broth. Another easy way is saving the scraps from a previous meal. They freeze just fine.

 

Add bones along with carrots, celery, salt, garlic, Apple cider vinegar and water into a pot or slow cooker. Cook on low for several hours to achieve delicious broth.

 

The benefits are amazing. Packed with collagen, it’s a boost to your skin, hair and nails. The other benefits include boosting the immune system and overall function of the body.

 

Another way to get bone broth outside your kitchen 

Now, if you don’t have 8 hours to dedicate to making bone broth, lot’s of stores have premade bone broth in stock. Another way to get the benefits of the broth without the broth is a product called Naked Collagen that’s made with bovine bones. It’s a great supplement! This powder is packed with essential amino acids to boost not only immune function and restore collagen, but also ramp up brain power. Amino acids curb anxiety and depression, not only stopping misfires in the brain, but also correcting them! (Naked Nutrition has many supplements and proteins to choose from)

 

Adding two scoops of powder to your morning coffee or juice is all you need to get your daily dose. Some folks just mix it with water! It’s that easy. You’ll start to feel the results right away. To see results, well just give it a little bit of time since collagen takes time to build back up.

 

So is bone broth just hype or is it the real deal?

It’s definitely the real deal. Our ancestors have been doing it forever. And they didn’t have the processed food issues we have today. So talk to your doctor about giving your system a treat as well as restoring your youth inside and out by adding some bone broth or naked collagen into your life.

 

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The Secrets To Maintaining Good Health and Healing Your Gut

The Secrets To Maintaining Good Health and Healing Your Gut

If you are someone that is a bit of a germ-a-phobe, then the incessant use of alcohol gel and shower in several times a day could be killing of one of your body’s main line of defense. The same goes for if you are someone that is prone to getting colds, flu or sickness; your body doesn’t have enough the right bacteria to help you fight it. That’s right, some bacteria in your body is necessary for good health! That isn’t the only thing that can be affected either. When you have the wrong kinds of bacteria living in you, then it could lead to immune-related diseases, like an irritable bowel or asthma. So if this sounds like you, and you have a weakened immune system, then some steps to healing your gut to make sure you have plenty of the right bacteria is a must. Here are some tips, approved by professionals, to help.

 

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Check Food Intolerances

 

To start off with, keeping a food diary can be a good idea. From there, you can go on to identify the foods that you eat and how they make you feel. If you need to run to the bathroom shortly after having dairy or wheat, then you need to know that that isn’t normal. You could also try an elimination diet. It has been recommended that you remove sugar, wheat, gluten, dairy, and eggs (as examples), from your diet for at least ten days. Then slowly introduce them all a day at a time. If you suffer with a reaction like cramps or stomach pain, then it is a sign that you are intolerant to that food. When you eat the right things, your gut will heal much more easily.

 

Use a Supplement

 

If you have ever had an appointment with a gastroenterologist, then you may know that often they recommend using supplements to help heal your gut. You can take enzyme supplements that will help to aid digestion, as well as taking daily probiotics. These will help your gut to have the good bacteria that your body needs. Just make sure that you are taking these alongside foods as they need to be digested together.

 

Add Fermented Foods To Your Diet

 

They might not be to everyone’s liking, but fermented foods like yogurt, pickles, and sauerkraut can be good for your gut. These foods are essentially natural probiotics to help your gut heal by providing it with billions of the right bacteria. If you’re new to fermented foods, then it can be a good idea to introduce one serving a day at first. From there, it is a good idea to build up to a serving with every meal.

 

Feed Healthy Bacteria

 

In an effort to maintain your gut health, then you need to take care of the good bacteria that you do have. You can do this by feeding the good bacteria the foods that they love, called prebiotics. Foods like garlic, beans, artichokes, onion, and green leafy vegetables are key to help keep a healthy gut, as well as maintain a healthy weight.

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