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Bone broth is jam-packed with a TON of great things. Many of which our bodies are deficient in. Especially needed if we’re fighting reoccurring sicknesses.

(Healing Bone Broth recipe below)

Calcium Build and maintain strong bones. Heart, muscles and nerve functions; protecting against cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure.
Phosphorus Strengthen bones. Critical mineral used to maintain acid-base balance in the body.
Magnesium 300 biochemical reactions in the body depend on proper Magnesium levels. Transmission of nerve impulses, body temperature regulation, detoxification, energy production, and the formation of healthy bones and teeth
Potassium Relief from stroke, blood pressure, heart and kidney disorders, anxiety and stress, as well as enhanced muscle strength, metabolism, water balance, electrolytic functions, and nervous system.
Glycine Promotes healthy immune, digestive and central nervous systems, production of muscle tissue and converting glucose into energy.
Proline Amino acid needed for the production of collagen and cartilage. It keeps muscles and joints flexible and helps reduce sagging and wrinkling
Collagen Bone and joint health (arthritis), normalize gut hormones, supports skin health.

Since it’s full of needed nutrients, consuming helps aid:

  • Healthy gut function
  • Supports weakened immune system
  • Muscle repair and growth
  • Balanced nervous systems
  • Reduction of inflammation in respiratory system
  • Improved digestions
  • Strengthen hair, skin and nails

If you’re feeling sluggish, sick or just plain old tired. Try this no-fuss, one pot healing bone broth recipe:

One Pot Bone Broth
Serves 8
Hands-off, easy, one pot recipe.
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
12 hr
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
12 hr
  1. Organic chicken (I got mine at HyVee – Bare Chicken for $7.99)
  2. I large onion
  3. 2 bay leaves
  4. 1 tsp Himalayan sea salt
  5. 2 tbs apple cider vinegar
  6. 8-10 cups water
  1. Place whole chicken, spices and 1/2 onion in slow cooker (set aside water vinegar for later)
  2. Pour about 1/4 cup water over chicken. Place lid on.
  3. Set crock pot on high - cook for 4-5 hrs until fully cooked.
  4. Remove chicken and vegetables - let rest and cool.
  5. Once cool, shred chicken meat off of bones.
  6. Place bones and other 1/2 onion, water and vinegar back into crock pot.
  7. Cook on LOW from 8-10 hrs.
  8. Run broth through a strainer and place in a glass container.
  9. Refrigerate until cool.
  10. If fat deposits settle on top, scrap off with a spoon.
  11. Heat and enjoy!
  1. Add other vegetables and seasonings to your roast chicken for added flavor (carrots, celery, thyme, rosemary, etc...)

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