Bone broth was made by our ancestors from the Palaeolithic era also called the Old Stone Age (circa 3 million years ago), commonly referred to as the caveman diet. This consisted of meat, fish, berries, fruit, vegetables nuts and seeds obtained from hunting-gathering. The bones of the animals they had hunted would be boiled using the stomach as a cooking vessel over the fire. This helped keep their energy up until they had their next successful hunt.
Over the past 50 years, the western diet has changed dramatically to the detriment of our health. The huge demand for convenience and more choice means we rely heavily on processed ‘convenience’ food. This results in high intakes of sugar, omega-6, vegetable oil, glucose and sodium which is causing a global rise in obesity, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and chronic inflammation. Recent research is also linking the health of the gut to neurological disorders such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, and autism, whilst also identifying the impact on our central nervous system that triggers mood changes.
Bone Broth can help with these conditions and diseases. With Collagen, Gelatine, Glutamine Glycine and Protein in bone broth, the nutrients and minerals add good bacteria to the gut bringing balance and support to our immune system.
Bone Broth is good for the following –
- Protects Joints
- Boosts Gut Health
- Maintains Healthy Skin
- Supports Immune System Function
- Boosts Detoxification
- Aids the Metabolism and Promotes Anabolism
Showing all 4 results