Bone broth is very nutritious and contains many important vitamins and minerals. Many people are consuming about 1 cup daily and seeing amazing results.

Bone broth is your best bet when it comes to hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a substance that’s found naturally in your body and serves multiple functions, from helping keep your skin supple to ensuring your joints function as they should. 

As we age, our supply of hyaluronic acid diminishes. However, there are many reason to make sure we are getting enough in our bodies.

Hyaluronic acid…

  • Offers relief from osteoarthritis
  • Helps repair wounds
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Keeps skin supple
  • Helps with skin and eye dryness
  • Wards off wrinkles

Why do we need bone broth?

Bone broth contains many important vitamins and minerals. Many people don’t get enough of these nutrients in their diet, so including bone broth in your diet is a good way to get more.

One of the main benefits of bone broth is you will receive all 9 essential amino acids which are the building blocks of protein.

The bone itself contains minerals like calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sulfur, and silicon. The connective tissue provides glucosamine and chondroitin, which are popular dietary supplements for arthritis and joint pain.

You will receive a lot of different nutrients in bone broth. These are all important for a healthy and well-balanced diet.

  • Collagen
  • Calcium, magnesium, potassium, and phosphorus.
  • Trace minerals (zinc, iron, manganese, and selenium).
  • Amino acids.
  • Vitamin A and K2.
  • Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.
  • Marrow from grass-fed beef and lamb contains CLA.
  • Glucosamine and chondroitin.

How does bone broth benefit my body?

  • Collagen strengthens your skin, nails, and hair, strengthens muscles, and it heals your stomach lining. 
  • The gelatin supports healthy digestion making bone broth not only easy to digest but may also aid in the digestion of other foods.
  • The gelatin has been shown to help promote feelings of fullness which can help reduce calorie intake and lead to weight loss over time.
  • Trace minerals are needed to build and strengthen your own bones.
  • The amino acids found in bone broth have strong anti-inflammatory effects.
  • The amino acids in bone broth help support joint health and help lessen the symptoms of osteoarthritis.
  • The amino acids glycine and proline help to build muscle, repair tissue great for those with sciatica.
  • The glycine in bone broth has been shown to improve the quality of sleep, mental function, and memory.
  • Glucosamine and chondroitin are great for arthritis and joint pain.

Where can I buy bone broth?

While you can make your own bone broth, we know our busy lifestyles make it difficult to make yet another thing scratch. So, because our little choices matter, we went out to find the best bone broth on the market. We settled on Kettle & Fire bone broths which can be found in most grocery stores.

Can I make my own?

You can make your own with leftover bones and carcasses from meals or ask your local butcher for some. However, the nutrient content of bone broth does depend on the quality of the bones. Try and use pastured chicken or grass-fed beef bones, since these animals will be the healthiest and provide maximum health benefits to your broth.