Benefits of Bone Both Protein

     Ever wonder why our grandparents recommended Chicken soup for what ails you?  Well, now we know – it wasn’t the chicken soup per say, but the chicken bones simmering in the pot that leached out very healthy compounds that boosted the consumer’s immune response.  Today, most commercial chicken soups are made on a mass level with little to no bones left in the broth.  Also many soups are also heated to such high temperatures that all the ‘good stuff’ becomes denatured and ineffective in the body (think of pasteurization).

Simply put, all bone broths — beef, chicken, fish, lamb and more — can be found in traditional diets of almost every culture.  Why?  Because bone broth meals are nutrient-dense, they are easy to digest, rich in flavors and they boost the healing process.  Bone broth has been found to help joint issues, gut issues, maintains healthy skin, support immune functioning, detoxes,

Our ancestors made use of every part of an animal when it came to consumption.  Bones, marrow, skin, feet, tendons and ligaments are animal parts that you can’t eat directly, but can be boiled and simmered over a few days.  This simmering causes the bones and ligaments to release collagen, proline, glycine and glutamine (all have healing properties when consumed) and can transform your health.

The nutrition researchers, Sally Fallon and Kaayla Daniel of Weston A. Price Foundation, explain how bone broths contain minerals in forms that your body can easily absorb.  These include calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, sulphur and others. Also included are chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine – compounds found to reduce inflammation, arthritis and joint pain.

A study of chicken broth soup by the University of Nebraska Medical Center found it beneficial for colds and the flu. Researchers also found that it reduced inflammation in the respiratory system, improved digestion, helps with allergies, asthma and arthritis.

Fallon explains that many store-bought “stock and “broth” soups today aren’t “REAL.”  These companies use lab-produced meat flavors in bouillon cubes, soup and sauce mixes.  Some manufacturers even use the neurotoxin, monosodium glutamate (MSG).

It is far better to make real bone broth yourself at home.  It is best to use grass-fed bones from your local butcher, farmers market or from an online health food store.

By drinking bone broth or using it in recipes, you can help improve a healthier gut while reducing  inflammation.

If you don’t have the time to make your own home-made bone broth meal, our office has Bone Broth Proteins that will allow you consume it as a drink or mixed in with meals from home.  We are one of the few areas in metro Atlanta that offers the Dr Josh Axe recommended ( ) Ancient Nutrition Bone Broth Protein.


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