Everyone now knows the benefits of bone broth for the body, your gut and overall health. Bone Broth is very healing to the body. It contains glucosamine to help with joint health. So, if you have joint pain, you just may find relief through regular consumption of bone broth.
Bone Broth also contains gelatin, which helps to restore gut function by healing the lining of the gut. Now, I have personally used bone broth to help with the healing of my severe leaky gut and I can tell you that it will take some time and a lot of patience. There are other things that will also heal the gut, but adding bone broth in daily can help to speed up the process.
Bone Broth also contains collagen, which helps to strengthen the hair, skin, nails, and reduces aging. Hey ladies, what better excuse do you have to drink broth than to make us look more beautiful?
So, how do you make this healing elixir?
You can use beef bones, a whole chicken, turkey parts, or fish bones. I would love to share my Turkey soup recipe with you. I put parts of the turkey along with the heart, kidney, liver; which are high in B vitamins, into a crock pot and add Bragg’s apple cider vinegar (just a splash), sea salt (a few tablespoons), and water.
Turn the crock pot on low and let simmer for at least 12 hours or more until the meat is falling off of the bone. After at least 12 hours, I take the turkey parts out of the crock pot with a slotted spoon and put aside in a pan. I add to the crock pot, 3-4 sliced carrots, 1/2 onion chopped, finely chopped parsley and about 4-5 stalks of sliced celery.
Finally, separate the meat from the bones that you set aside earlier, chop up all of the meat parts and add it back into the crock pot. Add more Himalayan sea salt to taste.
That’s it, simple to make and tastes very yummy. I love this soup in the fall or anytime, I can eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. “You Can Achieve Optimum Health Through God’s Pharmacy.”
Tamara St. John