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someone wanted to know my opinion on bone broth so let’s talk about that you know people eat a lot of muscle from the animal but they don’t consume the rest of the animal they’re eating a lot of meat from chicken or beef lamb pork etc and that problem with that is that the muscle is very high in methionine which is an amino acid bone broth will give you glycine and a different profile of amino acids so at least doing bone broth you’re getting another part of the animal but I also recommend consuming some of the organ meats as well livers the easiest to consume you can get that in a pate so us wellness meats has a great product it’s a liverwurst which has heart and liver together it’s a great product you don’t need to consume much of it but at least you’re getting more of the whole animal and when you can send me more bone broth you’re getting more glycine and that potentially could help your sleep your blood sugars and build up your neurotransmitters bone broth also is good to support your gut and joint health ok it’s really simple to make this is how you do it you buy three pounds of bones I like to get this from the farmers market then you get a pot that holds two gallons of fluid okay you’re gonna fill it up with water about two inches from the top okay you’re gonna put the bones in there you’re gonna put two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in there and just let it sit for 30 minutes the the acid will help to start breaking down the minerals from the bone the goal is to extract the minerals and the nutrients and the collagen and the amino acids from that bone okay and you have to cook it I also add herbs spices vegetables sea salt in there and then I bring it to a boil and then bring it down to simmer for about 10 to 24 hours the longer you go the more nutrients are extracted let it cool down strain out the material put in I put like to put it in glass jars and then I will use that in different soups or stews and for convenience you can actually buy this already done there’s one company that I really really like it’s called kettle and fire so one of the reasons I like this company’s we use grass-fed pasture-raised organic products so it’s pretty good this one is with lion’s mane superfood mushrooms here’s one with tumeric ginger they have did a lot of different flavors coconut curry lime and of course the ingredients are really really good there’s no sugar or anything like that there’s no fillers and here’s one broccoli cheddar soup so you can consume these in soups or stews and they’re very keto friendly and on top of that they will actually spend the time and cook these bones for 24 hours because a lot of times when you get broth it’s only for a very short period of time anyway that’s my opinion on bone broth thanks for watching if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos
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Today, I want to share with you my opinion on bone broth.
Is bone broth healthy? In short, yes.
People eat a lot of muscle from the animal, which contains high amounts of methionine. But, when you consume healthy bone broth, you’re getting glycine in a different profile of amino acids. I also recommend consuming some organ meats like liver.
The benefits of bone broth mainly come from glycine, which can help with:
• Blood sugars
Other benefits of bone broth relate to gut health and joint support.
A convenient option is to buy a pre-made bone broth. One of my favorites is from a company called Kettle & Fire. Or, you can follow this easy bone broth recipe below.
• 3 pounds of bones (I like to get this from the farmer’s market)
• Water (2-gallon pot)
• 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar
• Add herbs/spices/vegetables/sea salt
Fill the 2-gallon pot with water about 2 inches from the top. Add the bones and the apple cider vinegar. Let sit for 30 minutes. Add your chosen herbs/spices/vegetables/sea salt.
Bring the contents of the pot to a boil and then turn the heat down to a simmer. Let it simmer for 10-24 hours. The longer you let it simmer, the more nutrients are extracted.
Let the keto bone broth cool and then strain out the contents into glass jars. I like to use the homemade bone broth in different soups or stews.
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