Author: Dr. Sean Medlin and Dr. Krystal Czegus

When NOT to Use Broth

Some individuals have trouble with bone broth. This is most commonly due to individuals who struggle to metabolize histamines and free glutamates. Bone broth is higher in histamines and free glutamates, which are normally metabolized well by most individuals. Certain individuals that have a histamine or glutamate intolerance may struggle with bone broth. In both… Read More »

Finding the Right Stock Bones

It is especially important to find stock bones from humanely raised healthy animals. This would include 100% grass-fed cows, bison, lamb and organic poultry bones. Wild game like deer and antelope are fantastic as well. Conventionally raised animals that are fed a diet of genetically modified grains loaded with pesticides and herbicides and other chemicals… Read More »

Bone Broth: Nutrients Within Different Bones

Various Nutrients Within Different Bones: Different bones have unique characteristics to be aware of. Larger bones such as the femur and humerus bones of the legs and arms contain more bone marrow than many of the smaller bones. Individuals with anemia, lung disorders, immune disorders, chronic infections, etc. would more specifically target these disorders using… Read More »

Bone Broth: Key Nutrients

Key Nutrients That Enhance Healing: Other valuable nutrients include collagen, gelatin, hyaluronic acid, chondroitin sulfate, glycosamino glycans, proline, glycine, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and potassium. These all help with the development of healthy joints, bones, ligaments and tendons as well as hair and skin. These nutrients are considered beauty foods because they help the body with… Read More »

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