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Disclaimer: I am not a qualified health practitioner.  You should always consult a qualified health practitioner if you are sick. Opinions expressed on this website are my own or come from my own experience or research

Cheap and easy to make, Bone Broth is a healing, soothing food.  It is made by slowly simmering the bones, skin, ligaments and cartilage of animals over a period of hours or days (depending on whether you use a pressure cooker, hob or slo cooker) along with vegetables, herbs and apple cider vinegar, infusing the liquid with a mix of beneficial compounds, nutrients and flavour. 

Bone broth is typically rich in protein and contains compounds such as collagen, glucosamine, hyaluronic acid, glycine, gelatin and chondroitin along with minerals which leach from the bones during the long cooking time (assisted by apple cider vinegar). These nutrients and minerals have been associated with a number of health benefits. To read more on the health benefits of bone broth click here. 

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