Bone broth or technically stock is a liquid containing brewed bones and connective tissues. This is a traditional food that was consumed by our grandmothers often at home as a digestive tonic. To make bone broth, people use cow, chicken, and even fish bones. An effective bone broth is made with bones and cuts of meat high in collagen, like marrow, knuckles, and feet.
Benefits of drinking Bone Broth
Bone Broth supports joint mobility and may help fight osteoarthritis, reduce inflammation, heal the gut and also help in skin, nails and hair with its anti-aging property.
DIY Bone Broth at Home (Recipe)
Health food stores carry bone broth, but it can easily be made at home. Many butchers and meat sections at grocery stores sell bones that can be used to make the broth. A simple way to make it is to save bones from other meals when you cook. For instance, a chicken carcass that is complete with beak and claws may make a good basis for a bone broth.
Drinking bone broth daily may be a simple way to get anti-inflammatory amino acids into the body.