Bone Broth Health Benefits – Make It While You Work

In this post I’m sharing many bone broth health benefits, an easy way to make your bone broth while you’re away at work, and ways to then use your bone broth.

Bone Broth Health Benefits

– we’re hearing a LOT about this these days – WHY?

Because SO many people are having gut issues, autoimmune issues, leaky gut, and just all sorts of health problems – most of which start in your gut, and bone broth can help heal these issues.

Bone broth CAN help heal your gut. Here are just a few benefits of bone broth:

  • Treat leaky gut syndrome
  • Overcome food intolerances and allergies
  • Improve joint health
  • Boost immune system
  • Maintains Healthy Skin, hair, and nails
  • Boosts Detoxification
  • Aids the Metabolism

Bone Broth Health Benefits

Bone broth also has healing amino acids:


  • Necessary for immune system function and wound healing
  • Needed for the production and release of growth hormone
  • Helps regenerate damaged liver cells
  • Needed for the production of sperm


  • Prevents breakdown of protein tissue like muscle
  • Used to make bile salts and glutathione
  • Helps detoxify the body of chemicals and acts as antioxidant
  • Is a neurotransmitter that improves sleep and improves memory and performance


  • Helps regenerate cartilage and heal joints
  • Reduces cellulite and makes skin more supple
  • Helps repair leaky gut


  • Protects gut lining
  • Metabolic fuel for cells in small intestine
  • Improves metabolism and muscle building

Here is how I make my bone broth

Recipe for Bone Broth

  • 1-2 chicken carcass
  • 1-2 onions quartered
  • 3-4 garlic gloves smashed
  • 2 carrots
  • 2-3 stalks of celery
  • fresh parsley
  • 1 tsp himalayan pink salt
  • 1 tsp pepper corns
  • 1 tablespoon apple cider vinagar
  • filtered water

Add all ingredients to a crock pot, cover with the filtered water.

Let it go on warm for at least 24 hours(beef bones for at least 48 hrs) – add more filtered water if it gets low.

DO NOT let it boil – you want it to be a low simmer the whole time.

When done discard solids and strain remainder in a bowl through a colander. Put the bowl in an ice bath to chill it down so you can store it right away IF you’re not immediately using it. (You don’t want bacteria to form and lose all your nutrients)

Put in glass jars to store. Fill jar LEAVING an inch at the top of each jar for expansion.

Bone broth is great to just have in a cup on it’s own, or use it to make a soup.

Click here to see my easy soup recipe!

bone broth health benefits
Add kale and you have soup!







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