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Why Bone Broth Is Good For You?

Why Bone Broth Is Good For You?

Written by David Perlmutter MD. I speak often about the benefits of making bone broth a dietary staple because it is tied to some really terrific health benefits that are well supported by scientific literature. In particular, bone broth is a fantastic source of important nutrients like collagen, glycosaminoglycans, proline, glutamine, and glycine. But why are these nutrients so important for our health? Collagen Collagen is one of the most important types of protein in the human body because it is the fundamental component of various connective tissues including cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and even our skin. This makes it a...

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Bone Broth... Drink It, Eat It, Bathe In It!

Bone Broth... Drink It, Eat It, Bathe In It!

Bathe in it? Really? Well… Personally, no. But it DOES happen. Our Broth of Life family do what we do because we love it. We also genuinely believe in it. To come across a product and make it the centre of your life is a pretty big thing, but for us it wasn’t difficult. The simple truth is that bone broth worked for us. We had a gut feeling (pardon the pun) that this wonderfully healing product could help us help many. And it has. How? You ask… By all means, let me tell you! The There’s a long list...

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How to Own Your Gut Bacteria and Fix Leaky Gut Syndrome

How to Own Your Gut Bacteria and Fix Leaky Gut Syndrome

Written by Bulletproof.  There’s a universe of living organisms in your digestive tract, and the little critters can do a ton for you. The cells in your gut biome can do everything from making you happier to clearing up acne to fixing autoimmune issues – when they’re not trying to control your biology for their own benefit. This post is about how to make your gut bacteria behave so you can reap the many benefits of a balanced gut biome. Up to 100 trillion cells live in your gut microbiome, forming a world that scientists are still working to understand....

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