Chicken bone broth is naturally nourishing, healing, and anti-inflammatory. It’s rich in easily absorbable vitamins and minerals that assist immunity, promote overall wellbeing, and support gut health to keep you feeling good inside and out.
How is This Chicken Bone Broth Made?
Organic chicken bones are added to filtered water and apple cider vinegar (to maximise mineral extraction) then slow cooked for over 12 hours. The broth is then strained for impurities and the fat is skimmed off the top. It is then gently refractant dried taking care to preserve the rich nutritional profile.
How to Use
Make a nourishing broth in seconds! Simply add a teaspoon of bone broth powder to hot water for a hearty cup of goodness or use as a base for soups, stews, sauces, and gravies to increase nutrition and taste.
Make a broth bowl by adding 3 teaspoons to water, bring to the boil, and then add a selection of vegetables, protein, and noodles, and serve hot. Yum!
Each bag makes 3.3 – 6.6 litres of bone broth, depending on desired use.
Why is Chicken Bone Broth So Good?
Bone broth has been made for hundreds of years by our grandparents and their grandparents and is often referred to as ‘chicken soup for the soul’.
It is rich in minerals that support immunity and adrenal glands plus contains healing compounds such as collagen and glutamine for joint health, improved digestion and reduced inflammation.
This homestyle heart warmer is made from organic, free range, Australian chicken, and is the perfect cup of goodness for all-round nourishment and to aid recovery from colds and flu.
The Importance of Gut Health
The gut is largely where our immune system resides and is linked to every area of our body, including our brain. Factors in everyday life contribute to the damage of our gut upsetting the sensitive internal balance.
Collagen and other nutrients from bone broth provide the necessary building blocks for overall wellbeing by restoring and repairing the gut lining, encouraging the growth of good bacteria, and supporting a strong and responsive immune system in it’s fight against infections.
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