Bone Broth ~ benefits of making your OWN stock

Bone Broth ~ benefits of making your OWN stock

~ as a chef, we make our own stocks ALL THE TIME and relish the richness in all of our sauces and ability to extract SO much flavor from the bones left over from eating the meat ~ YEAH!!!! …easy…cheap…using ALL of what you purchase! 🙂

Bring Back the Bone Broth!

What if I told you there was a special tonic that existed that had special nourishing and healing powers? Some even consider it a “youth serum” due to its ability to nourish and rejuvenate the entire body. What if by regularly consuming this one tonic you could help to nourish and heal your joints, as well as improve your digestion, heal your gut, and provide you with the nutrients you need to grow and sustain a healthy body?

Got anyone’s attention???

I would think so….considering the millions of people suffering from arthritis and various bone and joint issues, as well as those with digestive related disorders. People spend large amounts of money on supplements and medications for relief and prevention of these conditions, as well as looking for that magic pill that will help them to feel good and live longer. Well, I am telling you that this special tonic is a healing secret from our ancestors and is available to us all and can be made in your own home. This health elixir I am speaking of is bone broth. It is easy to make, delicious, cost effective and the health benefits are plentiful.

…continue reading by clicking on the link below OR clicking on the picture to take you directly to it ~ GREAT ARTICLE!


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