Healing The Body and Soul With The Help Of Bone Broth
Wake Up And Smell The Bone Broth
Nothing in the human body stands on its own. No system in our organism is separate from the rest of the body, from the whole of our biological being. Every organ is connected to all the other organs, and to function properly, every organ in our body needs all the other organs to function properly, too.
This is why we must maintain a holistic approach to our body. We have to eat, drink, exercise, and rest keeping in mind all the time to try to maximize the benefits for our body as a whole.
Mental health can not be viewed separately from other functions of our organism. How we feel affects how we think, and vice versa. Everything is mutually connected. As the Latin proverb says:
“mens sana in corpore sano”,
which means: “A sound mind in a sound body”.
There Are Dozens Of Ways To Include Bone Broth In Your Diet
Bone broth is clearly not a new find. In fact, advocates could argue, that it’s how we have been cooking for thousands of years. Our systems have evolved to expect the nutrients it imparts. Just a few generations back, many households kept a pot of broth simmering on the back of the stove, always ready to nourish the family.
Bone broth is not only a winter staple meal, it's also a pivotal component in achieving gut health. It can be enjoyed as a healing elixir, soup, or a welcome addition to casseroles. Adding seasonal vegetables of the moment can turn your cup of bone broth into a complete meal of pure deliciousness.
If you think you might get tired of eating chicken soup, consider putting broth in your green smoothie, or adding a few tablespoons to your rice while you’re cooking it.
A “Cure” For Flu And Upset Stomach
We make our bone broth only with the best possible ingredients, that provide loads of nutritional benefits that come from bone broths gelatin and mineral-rich properties. Remember when your grandparents and parents used to make oxtail or chicken soup for you when you were down with the flu? That tradition is still alive and well. It has been carried on over the generations. Bone broth is known as a culinary experience that can lead you to exceptional wellness, beauty, and longevity.
Your bone broth can be used as a base for soups, and sauces, or as a cooking liquid for beans, grains, and vegetables. It can also be consumed on its own as a hot beverage. Try adding a pinch of sea salt or freshly grated ginger for flavor. If you have a specific medical condition, work with a nutritionist or health care provider to determine the amount of broth you should consume per day.
Studies About Collagen
Since natural collagen supplies begin to decline after the age of 25, you can obviously witness and feel the undesirable effects of hindering collagen supplies. This manifests itself in the form of wrinkles, sagging skin, and aching joints. Collagen is what helps to repair skin and gives it firmness and elasticity. This is why it is so popular as an ingredient in anti-aging beauty products. Sadly, though, collagen isn’t very quick to get absorbed and assimilated through the skin.
A double-blind, placebo-controlled study investigating the anti-aging properties of collagen, found that 2.5–5 grams of collagen hydrolysate, used among women aged 35–55 once daily for eight weeks, significantly improved skin elasticity, skin moisture, transepidermal water loss, and skin roughness.
Bone Broth Is Rich In L-glutamine
Bone broth is a good source of L-glutamine, an essential amino acid necessary for the body, and gut health. Why is this relevant?
Because L-glutamine was found to aid in weight loss.
If you are experiencing weight challenges, you should try incorporating bone broth into your daily life. Studies have shown that drinking broth can rehydrate better than water and help you restore exercise capacity with electrolytes.
Also, bone broth is paleo and keto-friendly, so you can watch your figure while keeping yourself healthy!
Bone Broth Is Nourishing And Comforting
When it comes to intermittent fasting, bone broth can outperform water and help you in restoring exercise capacity that may be lost from eating fewer calories.
Bone broth is an unprecedented origin of taste and health benefits that can help us give our bodies the needed nutrients during these busy and modern lives we’re leading.
Bone broth can satisfy our deep need for nourishment and reconnect us to those warm, safe kitchens of our memories.
When we cook with bone broth, we feel a primal connection to our ancestors and how they prepared food. We are reminded that food is so much more than a way to satisfy hunger. Food is medicine, love, and connection.