One particular “superfood” related to gut-healing that I’ve seen talked about a lot, is Bone Broth. You might have seen a lot about it in the news and media, as it seems to be a health trend at the moment. I’ve read a few books and articles that INSIST this is the number one thing you need for healing your gut and that if you leave it out, you’re not going to the best results and healing will be much slower. need to know which spices and herbs are good for bone broth. If one ice cube is equal to one coffee cup of bone broth, then it only makes sense to dilute it.
Oh well, I guess it will be a flavored bone broth. Maria – I have a question about gelatin.
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[remove the toenails or you might loose your appetite discovering one in your soup] or organic pigs feet. Lots of gelatin.
I did paleo for 12 months and nothing happened. I actually got worse. I think everyone’s body is different and it can be trial and error.
I was using this recipe for bone broth, but then I kept seeing these articles about lead in the ceramic in most crock pots and it freaked me out. I used my crocks several times a week, and now I’ve been hesitant. Do you have any thoughts about that?
I think I read on Twitter that you read you could use the bones THREE times? Can you tell me more about that? We use it constantly at our house and it would be even more economical to be able to make more from the same bones. for bone broth chicken shouldn’t be simmered for more than a day and that all meat should be removed after the first couple hours.
Roast, add spices/herbs, cover with water, boil, reduce to simmer. Or roast and throw in a pressure cooker to save time. Maybe throw in a few juniper berries to counter some of the gaminess, if that’s a problem for you.
And “bone broth is nothing special”? Are you joking? It’s full of ESSENTIAL human nutrients! I started drinking it when I was in chronic pain many years ago because I have a degenerated intervertebral between L4 and L5 and within TWO weeks my pain was gone and it’s contributed hugely to my health ever since.
Perforation of the jejunum is less frequent and its incidence is approximately 14.3%. Predisposing factors for perforation or other complications are bowel disease, adhesions, diverticular disease, inflammatory bowel disease, bowel tumors, abdominal wall hernias and a blind loop of bowel. Glasson et al reported a case with perforated sigmoid diverticulum caused by a chicken bone.