There’s an old remedy that’s become a new trend in health, wellness and chiropractic care. Across the country, the praises and health benefits of bone soup are being sung by experts and patients alike. In fact, bone broth has provided powerful healing nourishment in many cultures for hundreds of years.
While bones to make your own bone soup are hard to find at supermarkets, you can visit your local butcher to get as much as you need. Some of the best bones to use are chicken necks, beef knuckles, oxtails and, of course, plain old soup bones. One of the simplest methods for making bone soup is to place your bones along with your favorite vegetables and herbs into a crock pot. Next, add enough water to fill the pot. Set your crock pot on low and allow the soup to boil for about 48 hours. This will allow all of the flavors to fully develop.
Below are just a few of the benefits of eating bone soup.
According to the founder of Healthful Elements and holistic nutrition coach, Jill Gruenwald, a daily cup of bone soup can reduce the problems of leaky gut syndrome. The bone provides gelatin which can seal intestines and help alleviate constipation, diarrhea and several food intolerances.
Bone soup provides glucosamine which can help with pain and discomfort in the joints. Unlike glucosamine supplements, bone soup also offers a number of other healthy chemicals, like chondroitin sulfate which helps in the maintenance of healthy joints.
Rich in collagen, bone soup is an excellent anti-aging source that works from the inside. Regular consumption of this broth can make skin, nails and hair appear much more youthful.
Immune System Support
Author of the book, The Primal Blueprint, Mark Sisson refers to bone soup as a “superfood” because of its high mineral content. Sisson says that bone soup supports the immune system and can help to reduce auto-immune disorders.
Bone contains calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. These important minerals flow into the bone soup during the boiling process, providing you with a food that offers vital building blocks to keep your own bones healthy.
Budget, Time and Effort-Friendly
At a time when most of us are watching our every penny, bone soup offers a very economical food source. Bone soup is made from leftover bones, vegetables and herbs that might typically go to waste. The process of making the soup is quite simple and in a short period of time, you have all the vitamins, minerals and nutritious ingredients you need for a healthy, energized life.
For more information on bone soup and the best food choices for optimal chiropractic care, contact Tieperman Health and Wellness at (214) 705-1799 today!
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