I began using bone broth this past year in slow cooker recipes and even to spice up dull white rice. The liquid – containing healing compounds like collagen, proline, glycine and glutamine – is released by brewing animal parts that can’t be eaten directly. In addition to adding flavor, cooking with and drinking it can pack powerful health benefits.
A great source of natural collagen, gelatin and amino acids, bone broth benefits every part of the body:
• Helps ease joint pain.
• Repairs gut lining resulting in an improved immune system and digestion.
• Reduces inflammation.
• Increases metabolism.
• Promotes healthier skin, hair and nails.