Bone broth has been made throughout recorded history in every culture I’ve been able to read about. Bone marrow broth benefits include the release of collagen, to restore soft tissues in the body after accidents or other injury.
Bone Broth Recipe For A Slow Cooker
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I am specifically referring here, to an electric slow cooker, or crock pot, that you can leave cooking while you’re out of the home.
Bone broth can be slow cooked on the stove. I tend to write for working people, whether senior or not, and I certainly don’t recommend you leaving the stove on when you’re not home.
Here is a video telling you how to use your slow cooker for making bone broth.
The Naturopath physician explains that the broth benefits include:
- Stimulating your immune system
- Provides concentrated protein
- Detoxes the body/is a cleansing food without fasting
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More Bone Broth Benefits
“You can get more collagen by eating wild-caught salmon, as well as eggs
and avocados. But bone broth is where you’ll get the biggest collagen
bang for your buck.” – Dr. Al Sears
Collagen not only enhances your skin and connective tissues, but it supports a body part called the
“extracellular matrix” (ECM) which controls the communication between your immune system and your nervous system.
“In biology, the extracellular matrix (ECM) is a three-dimensional network of extracellular macromolecules, such as collagen, enzymes, and glycoproteins, that provide structural and biochemical support of surrounding cells. Because multicellularity evolved independently in different multicellular lineages, the composition of ECM varies between multicellular structures; however, cell adhesion, cell-to-cell communication and differentiation are commonfunctions of the ECM”
The ECM is made of proteins such as collagen and elastin. Its health can be damaged by chronic pain. The ECM tissue in the brain can become compromised. This is a little complicated and involves the memory of pain.
Yet this damage can be reversed.
If you can consume more collagen the repair of the ECM will also result in a reduction of pain. Collagen doesn’t just support soft tissues, but builds bone matrix too.
There Is More To Bone Broth
“Chinese research on bone broth revealed that the calcium present in the
bones is useful in controlling pain and inflammation, cramps, muscle
spasms, delusions, depression, insomnia, irritability, hyperactivity,
anxiety, palpitations, hypertension, high cholesterol, allergies,
brittle nails, periodontal and dental disease, pica, rickets,
osteomalacia, osteoporosis and any situation that creates bone loss such
as aging, immobilisation, postmenopause, and caffeine.”
That is pretty impressive, don’t you think? And that quote is from an article about broth made from cow hooves.
Many people with leaky gut problems are encouraged to make bone broth, as it has a healing affect on the gut lining. It also prevents parasites from clinging to the gut, and they can be excreted.
Cow hooves can be purchased stripped and cleaned. In fact, the hooves are removed, and the cut is from the heel to the knee. Some recommend that they soak them for forty-eight hours, with the water being changed frequently.
Simmering over ten hours, up to forty-eight hours (per the video above) is reccommeded. Condiments and spices can be added in the final stages.
Armenians have their own recipe and use this health-laden broth for a social ceremony. Blogger Hairenik has written a colorful account of that HERE.
Is Bone Broth Anti-Inflammatory?
Bone marrow broth is a traditional, used for centuries, anti-inflammatory remedy. It can affect any suffering tissue in the body. It can be added to your physician recommended treatments for:
- Sprains, strains, breaks and impacts
- Joint and muscle pain/arthritis
- Leaky gut and other related gastrointestinal discomforts, including food allergies
- Dry, flaky and cracking skin
- For some, improved hair growth and thickness
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I will be making pots of the broth and freezing in two pint tubs. Wouldn’t this be handy to have in the freezer for when you feel a cold coming on? Or a flu or cough?
This is so easy to give to children when they start complaining about feeling sick or feverish.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if they served this in senior homes and rehabilitation centers instead of that boxed frozen food?
Shouldn’t your orthopedic doc be handing out the recipe with your other discharge papers? Or your internist? Seriously!
Have you tried making bone broth? Do you remember your parents or grandparents making it? I am curious, so please do share in the comment box below.
I recommend fresh made foods to be consumed whenever possible. But right now I do have a broken bone and am staying at a friend’s, to avoid stairs. And I just found this, grass fed sourced beef collagen. It will do for now.
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