How Much Bone Broth Should I Consume?
Updated: Mar 15
Written By Rachael Link, MS, RD | April 28, 2019
Published By Dr. Josh Axe, DNM, DC, CNS
Original Article and Page source here.
You guys know by now that I am a HUGE believer in natural remedies, bone broth being a huge one. And we all know I adore Dr. Axe and all his wonderful products and words of wisdom. So When this article came across my email from Dr. Axe and written by Rachael Link, MS, RD, I just had to share. You can view the original page source here and read her whole article below. Enjoy- I did!
"With bone broth bars opening up around the globe and supplements in powder, liquid and capsule form flying off the shelves, it’s no wonder that bone broth has secured its slot as one of the hottest superfoods in history. In fact, take a look at the multitude of bone broth healing testimonials out there, and it’s not hard to understand the hype surrounding this incredible ingredient. One thing you may wonder, however, is how much bone broth should I drink daily. And how much bone broth should I drink daily for weight loss, joint health or better digestion? Let’s take a closer look.
Why You Should Drink Bone Broth
Bone broth is a power-packed ingredient made by slowly simmering the bones, skin, ligaments and cartilage of animals over a period of several hours or days, infusing the liquid with a mix of beneficial compounds and nutrients.
Take a look at the bone broth nutrition facts and it’s easy to tell why it’s so great for you. Bone broth is typically rich in protein and contains compounds such as collagen, glucosamine, hyaluronic acid and chondroitin. Not only that, but bone broth and its components have also been associated with a number of impressive health benefits.