BONE BROTH BENEFITS
"The original health drink"
Getting all the goodies from the bones is the key, simmering for up to 24 hours is the best way to release their powerful nutrients, and experience a whole new level of benefits.
What Are the Main Benefits of Drinking Bone Broth?
Bone broth has many benefits, check out the list below!
Promotes and Aids Gut & Digestive Health
Supports joint mobility
Supports healthy skin, hair and nails
Can improve sleep
Improves Keto & Paleo diets
1. Promote Gut & Digestive Health
Bone broth has a long history of being used as a digestive drink, dating back 1000's of years ago. Today, it’s among some of the top recommendations for supporting digestive health.
Bone broth supports the gut with help from collagen, which when further reduced produces gelatin. Collagen and gelatin contain amino acids such as glutamine that supports a healthy inflammatory response.
2. Aids Joint Mobility
What better way to nourish your bones and joints than by consuming more of the nutrients already found within them, including hyaluronic acid, glucosamine, chondroitin, calcium, and magnesium. Bone broth contains all of these nutrients, plus several amino acids that support joint mobility and healthy inflammatory response like glycine proline. It’s for these reasons that bone broth is becoming a go-to drink among athletes.
3. Support Skin, Hair, and Nails
Even if you had never heard of bone broth before, you’ve probably heard of collagen, thanks to the beauty industry.
Many anti-aging skincare lines add collagen to their face creams, moisturizers, and serums (and sell them for a pretty penny). But what many people don’t know is that collagen molecules are too big to be absorbed through the skin, allowing for best results through drinking Bone Broth.
4. Support Sleep
Deep, restful sleep is something we could all use a little more of. In fact, stats show the average person gets less than 7 hours of sleep per night, so it’s important to do everything you can to make those hours count.
Bone broth contains glycine, an amino acid that supports the Central Nervous System (CNS). When taken before bed as a supplement, studies show glycine may support sleep quality. It’s even more effective when paired with other sleep-supportive nutrients, like calcium and magnesium.
5. Improved Results on the Keto & Paleo Diet
Bone broth is an excellent option for the Paleo Diet, and is encouraged to drink during periods of intermittent fasting. It also fits in well with macronutrient requirements on the keto diet.