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Bone Broth

Bone broth is a veritable powerhouse of nutrition, providing high quality protein in an easily absorbed form, as well as numerous minerals and nourishing compounds including glutamine and gelatine. These nutrients are extracted when beef, chicken or other animal bones, joints and frames are simmered over a long period of time, creating a liquid that is easy to take and absorb, ideal for all ages.

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Bone Broth Info

Bone broth is a form of stock made from the bones of various animals boiled and simmered over a period of hours. For generations, broth has been a staple of diets across the world, and many of us will recall the large stock pots our grandmothers would always have simmering on the stove. The nourishing properties of stock and broth are legendary, with chicken soup – a form of bone broth with added extras – an age-old remedy for all that ails you. Today, nutritional research is verifying what our ancestors have always known, and demonstrating the myriad health properties found in bone broths.

Bone Broth Benefits

Bones are high in protein, extremely mineral-rich, and contain high quantities of gelatin, collagen and glutamine, required for healthy joints, bones and connective tissue, as well as nourishing and supporting immune and digestive health.

Product Reviews

  • Beef bone broth


    I found the ratio of 1 tsp to 100ml of water to be very weak and not a satisfying bowl of broth. It took 3 tsp per 100 ml for anywhere near a reasonable bowl of broth



  • Excellent


    I tried the Hearty Original, and it's wonderful. Satisfying and well worth it. Will be ordering the other two flavours right after this.



  • Very Versatile!


    Very versatile broth powder ... I have added to casseroles, meatballs/hamburger patties to up the flavour and I also use 2tsp when cooking 2-minute noodles for my fussy 6 yr old instead of the flavouring sachet ... at least there is some nutritional value and health benefits. NOTE: my first review had a typo - I use 2½ tsp for 150mls for a nourishing cup of goodness. Packet #2 on it way!



Wellness Blog

  • What’s the fuss about bone broth?

    For the last few years, the popularity of paleo and primal lifestyles as well as people exploring the GAPS diet, has seen an increase in the addition of bone broth to diets. However, using bones […]

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