Bone Broth is not a new food, it’s been around for a long time through many cultures in the world. Bone broth is rich in minerals that support the immune system and contains healing compounds like collagen, glutamine, glycine and proline. If you’ve got gut issues, your hormones are outta wack or you want to get your body to its optimal function then this should be part of your diet.

Oh did I also mention it has a bunch of beauty benefits too? The collagen in bone broth is not only good for skin it can heal your gut lining and reduces intestinal inflammation. Now, this is one superfood you don’t want to miss out on and in the blog, I also include Best of Bone Broth with a discount code for those that are too busy to make your own.

Bone broth vs stock inforgraphic

Why Include Bone Broth?

Making your own Bone broth is cost effective and it’s a highly nutrient dense food. A fantastic one to consume during those colder winter months, when we lack the sun and feel less motivated. You can also add it to many recipes to give a better flavour profile.

In the video below you can check out my easy recipe with Best of Bone Broth concentrate. Make sure you have the sound up! Nowadays I tend to use this instead of making my own due to time constraints of living in the modern world.

Please note the Best of Bone Broth is an all-natural grass-fed beef bone broth concentrate that is a true collagen, mineral and amino acid-rich living gelatin. The bones are slow-cooked for more than 50 hours – ensuring maximum nutrient extraction from the cooked bones.


No time to make your own bone broth? then I love this grass fed, hormone free concentrate.

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Research and studies have shown bone broth to assist with…

  • Helps your body absorb micro and macro-nutrients due to the gelatin and healthy fats
  • Enhance a deeper flavour in your meals
  • Can repair and even reverse conditions of arthritis and osteoporosis
  • Increases bone density and lean muscle mass
  • Is a powerful anti-inflammatory
  • Heals gut health including colitis, irritable bowel syndrome and leaky gut
  • Improves skin elasticity and reduces wrinkles
  • Improves immune system

Traditional broths have been used by cultures all over the world as African tribes placed emphasis on bone broths for babies and small children, in Asia stocks and broths are made from fish and fish bones and in Europe, stocks and broths have become the foundation of cooking.

My slow cooker has been a must-have kitchen item, especially if you’re doing a Paleo diet as it saves you time and money. This bone broth recipe is really good if you have a big family to feed, as you can buy the cheaper organic cuts of meats, preparation is easy and you leave it for hours to do it’s thing.

bone broth facts infographicWhat is Broth?

Broth and stock are essentially the same thing to me and they both are high in minerals for the body and made by boiling the bones of healthy animals (make sure they are grass fed) with vegetables, herbs and spices.

I remember my grandma would always have some type of broth or soup for us to eat to ‘keep up our strength’ she would say (what a wise and amazing women she was).

Today if you went into the kitchen of any 5-star restaurant there would be a large stock pot simmering away, as good broth is a key ingredient to many dishes and has so many culinary uses.

Besides its amazing taste and culinary uses, bone broth is an excellent source of minerals and is known to boost the immune system and help improve your digestion process (probably why people always want chicken soup when they are sick?).

Bone Broths are high calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus, which make it great for bone and tooth health. As it contains all of this goodness bone broths help to support joints, hair, skin, and nails due to its high collagen content.

Bone broth in the kitchen recipe

A simple bone broth recipe


  • 2 carrots, chopped medium
  • 2 celery stalks, chopped medium
  • 1 medium onion, chopped medium
  • 7 garlic cloves, smashed
  • 3.5 lb of grass fed beef bones
  • 2 bay leaves
  • Himalayan Rock salt
  • Pepper
  • 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar
  • Water
  • 1 TBSP Coconut oil
  • Seasonal herbs (I like using cumin, sage and thyme)
What to do:

It’s important to buy high quality grass fed bones so your broth will have a high mineral content. If you have a roast chicken save the carcass as you can use that instead of beef bones.

You can grill the bones in the oven for 30mins if you want a more richer flavour or just use them as they are which is what I like to do.

Firstly add your bones in spring water to the slow cooker with the apple cider vinegar leave aside for an hour. By doing this the ACV will help the bones to release minerals into your broth.

Next cut all the vegetables and fry for 2-3 mins in a pan with coconut oil, it’s should have a shiny colour, then turn the heat off and mix in the herbs. Then add this to the slow cooker with your bones and let it cook on high for 1 hours and then turn down and let it slow cook overnight.

I like to do this the night before so it’s ready the next day. I use a strainer to filter the bits and let it cool down to scrape off the fat on top. You can keep for a few days or freeze portions for when you feel like broth. It’s like drinking a soup and great on a cold winter’s day.

Here’s my recipe using the bone broth concentrate

*Turn the sound up!



No time to make your own bone broth? then I love this grass fed, hormone free concentrate.

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Discount code ‘myorganiclife’ for 15% OFF


bone broth benefits infographic.


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