Law Life

The Health Trend You Just Don’t Understand
Download PDF
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
Loading...

Summary: Find out if this new health trend is right for you and how it can make you healthier.

The first time I mentioned to my friends that I was trying bone broth to help my stomach problems I can remember more than a few disgusted faces and many, many questions. To be honest, I’m pretty sure my first thought after hearing that it even existed was, “ew…” Surprisingly, however, this trend is slowly catching on, especially for anyone dealing with digestive or joint issues.

find-out-how-to-make-this-healthy-food-at-home-and-how-it-can-benefit-yo...

  
What
Where


Bone broth is made from bones you get from your butcher, or you can get them from when you’re cooking your own meat, such as roasting a chicken. Bone broth is easy to make since you can simply put the bones in a crockpot with any vegetables and herbs you may have, along with water filled to the top. Cook on low for anywhere from 24-72 hours and you end up with a healthy yet inexpensive drink or base for cooking.

There are many beneficial reasons for making bone broth, including:

  1. It’s economical. If you already cook meat, this is a perfect way to use any bones and leftover veggies in your fridge without just tossing them out.
  2. It can heal your gut. Many nutritionists are huge fans of bone broth, especially for anyone with a leaky gut, but also for helping an array of other digestive issues.
  3. Stronger bones. When making bone broth, the calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus from the bones seeps out into the broth, giving you the essential building blocks for healthy bones.
  4. Joint health. Bone broth contains glucosamine, which is well known for aiding join pain, as well as chondroitin sulfate, which has been shown to help prevent osteoarthritis.
  5. Look younger. Bone broth is full of collagen, which is found in many skin products. By drinking bone broth you can have healthier looking skin, hair and nails.
  6. Sleep better. Bone broth contains glycine, which many studies have shown to help with sleep as well as improve memory.

Would you consider trying bone broth?

Get JD Journal in Your Mail

Subscribe to our FREE daily news alerts and get the latest updates on the most happening events in the legal, business, and celebrity world. You also get your daily dose of humor and entertainment!!




Image source: http://www.theyummylife.com/Slow_Cooker_Chicken_Broth





 

Interesting Legal Sites You May Like


BCG FEATURED JOB

Locations:

Keyword:



Search Now

Corporate, Mergers and Acquisitions and Securities Associate Attorney

USA-NY-New York City

New York City office of our client seeks corporate, mergers and acquisitions and securities associat...

Apply Now

Business Litigation Attorney

USA-CA-Santa Monica

Santa Monica office of our client seeks business litigation attorney with 1-3 years of experience. T...

Apply Now

Intellectual Property Litigation / Enforcement Associate Attorney

USA-CA-San Francisco

San Francisco office of our client seeks intellectual property litigation / enforcement associate at...

Apply Now

Eminent Domain Attorney

USA-TX-Richmond

Richmond office of our client seeks eminent domain attorney with 5+ years of experience. The candida...

Apply Now

RELEVANT JOBS

Hotline & Training Managing Attorney (IMMIGRATION)

USA-NY-New York City

The Hotline & Training Services Managing Attorney will guide, develop, and supervise the Hotline sta...

Apply now

Associate Attorney

USA-CA-Sacramento

A civil plaintiff’s law firm is hiring for an associate attorney, preferably with strong resea...

Apply now

Associate Attorney

USA-TX-San Antonio

One of Texas\'s largest Personal Injury Law firm seeks a highly motivated associate attorney with 3-...

Apply now

Associate Attorney

USA-TX-Dallas

One of Texas\'s largest Personal Injury Law firm seeks a highly motivated associate attorney with 3-...

Apply now

SEARCH IN ARCHIVE

To Top