The Ultimate Guide to Bone Broth
Do you have trouble digesting food? Do you need something to help your body heal? Well, you have come to the right place. Bone broth is one of the amazing foods that can help your body to recover from many different things. One of the reasons that bone broth helps the digestive system to recover is that bone broth is easier to digest than water. Now, let’s take a further look into bone broth.
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What is bone broth?
Bone broth is the liquid part of soups that we have all enjoyed at one time or another in our lives. I enjoy soups more in the winter months because it helps to keep me warm! When I started reading about eating healthy I learned about bone broth. I didn’t know there was a difference between bone broth and bullion broth. There is a difference. Broth used to be only made by boiling chicken, beef, fish or other animal meets with their bones in water or cooked slowly for a few hours depending on the meat. When the water cooks the meat with the bones, the nutrients from the bones and meat come out into the water making the broth flavor. The nutrients come out in the form of amino acids, collagen, and other nutrients/fats needed for the body. These fats are very good for your body and help your body to digest food.