Beef Bone Broth (organic)

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We’re about to blow your mind and make your insides glisten!

Our hand made certified organic dehydrated Beef Bone Broth is cooked with love to deliver you the most healing, tasty and versatile product on the market.

Made with carefully hand selected, certified organic ingredients and certified organic grass fed bones, which are ‘on the hob’ for a minimum 48 hours, our recipe allows us to extract the highest possible amount of nutrients.

There’s no added nasties… No ingredients with long, confusing names. None. It’s all natural… and that of course means, no MSG!

Rich in gelatines, vitamins and minerals, it's the perfect substitute for a cuppa. As an added bonus, due to its dehydrated form, our bone broth can simply be sprinkled on meals to add a little bit of something special!

Mild in flavour and low in sodium 

CERTIFIED ORGANIC | GLUTEN FREE | DAIRY FREE | SUGAR FREE | HIGH PROTEIN | PALEO | KETO | GAPS

Key Benefits

Known for its healing qualities, beef bone broth can be used to treat a leaky gut and to relieve joint pain. Its key focus is on healing and sealing the gut lining to aid leaky gut syndrome.

This is the liquid to focus on healing and sealing your gut lining to cure leaky gut syndrome. The gelatin in the bone broth will help seal up holes in the intestines. The high content of glucosamine will help joint pain, preventing osteoarthritis. The collagen will help your skin, hair and nails and finally the glycine will aid with sleep and memory.

Beef bone broth is also incredibly beneficial post surgery to help heal the scar and internal damage. Some have found it so powerful they have no longer required pain medication, but instead drink cups of broth for a speedy and natural recovery.

Nutritional Info

Beef Bone Broth Ingredients:
filtered water, organic grass fed beef bones, organic celery, organic carrot, organic onion, organic garlic, Himalayan rock salt, organic pepper, organic apple cider vinegar.

Beef Bone Broth Nutritional Information

Net weight: 
90g: approximately 30 day supply, (3 litres of bone broth)
45g: approximately 14 day supply, (1.5 litres of bone broth)

How To Use

To Rehydrate: add 1 tsp to 100ml boiling water.

One teaspoon is equivalent to 100ml of liquid broth. Simply add boiling water and your broth is ready for consumption. It's as easy as making a cup of tea.  Having it in dehydrated for is a convenient way to have broth at your fingertips anywhere, anytime!

Consume in Solid State: our broth is so versatile it can be consumed in powdered form by sprinkling on meals as you would a seasoning, or even eaten directly off the spoon!

Meal Suggestions: It is great for adding or disguising (with children) into every day foods; ie: sprinkled onto Bolognese sauce, scrambled eggs, used as a seasoning with or instead of salt, added to soups or stocks, sprinkled on a stir fry, blended into a smoothie, used to make gravy... Get creative, the possibilities are endless!

FAQ'S

How much do I take? Our bone broth contains nothing but natural food ingredients so there is no limit to have much you can consume. You can never do any harm, no matter your age! We recommend 1-2tsp per day to maintain optimal gut health. This can be consumed as a liquid or in its solid state.

Does it need refrigeration? No. Our bone broth can be stored in a cool dark place such as your pantry. We recommend storing in a glass jar for maximum shelf life, which is 2 years (please check the best before date on your sticker).

Where do your bones come from? Being certified organic, we are limited to a handful of certified organic farms across Australia. We are super proud to support these local farmers doing right by both the animals and the land in fair treatment and sustainability. We are very passionate about this believing happy animals make for healing foods.

How do you make your broth? There are NO secrets here. We cook our bone broth in the traditional manner, lots of organic ingredients and pure triple filtered rain water. The broth is slow simmered in stainless steel vestibules for a minimum of 48 hours and sets like jelly showing the high gelatin content essential for gut healing properties.

Why do you dehydrate? Bone broth has been dehydrated since the stone age. Truly! Our ancestors would dry their broth in animal skins on hot stones to allow them to carry it as the roamed. It is the only natural way to increase shelf life while completely maintaining all nutrients without any processing or modifications. 
https://www.brothoflife.com.au/blogs/blog/why-dehydrate

Why not make a paste? Making a paste would be far less time consuming and easier, however we do not wish to alter the natural state of our broth by reducing or adding artificial thickeners. We maintain maximum natural nutrients so there is never any need to add extras to boost the benefits. This has enabled higher protein and amino acid contents in our bone broth.

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Denise Lloyd
Sprinkle on most meals

Having bone broth has been great for my health but having it dehydrated makes it easy to sprinkle on my salads, stirfrys and warm meals for extra taste and nutrients.
I use these instead of gravy powders in all my hot meals for a healthier gravy flavour. Also in spaghetti bolognese, and savory mince dishes. I love the handy refill bag that i use to top up my jars.

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Enrica Roset
Superb quality broth

I love how versatile this broth powder is.
Makes a perfect gravy outstanding and delicious sprinkled on dips. My main purpose was to heal my leaky gut to improve my health

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Annalise
Beef Bone Broth (organic)

This bone broth is so delicious and nutritious. Highly recommend it A+++

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Cassie P.
Beef broth winner

I have been using beef broth for years to flavour and enhance the nutrients in my dishes like spaghetti bolognaise and beef patties. It’s the icing on the cake. I’d be lost without it. Thankyou.

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Denise Lloyd
Sprinkle on everything

This broth is so yummy that I sprinkle it on most of my meals. Salads, stirfrys, etc. I use in all my mince dishes and casseroles and it good to know I helping out my health at the same time