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Monday, 3 February 2020

Bone Broth and its Anti-Ageing Benefits


Dr. Kellyann Petrucci writes:
"Ageing gracefully is something many of us hope for, am I right? We want to ward off those fine lines and wrinkles for as long as possible. We spend a fortune on the latest beauty secret to try to reduce sagging skin and restore a youthful glow. When our hair begins to thin or fall limp and lifeless, we pay big bucks/money for a solution that will conceal it, colour it, and lift it. So, what if I told you that your best defence against the signs of ageing is natural, delicious, and ridiculously easy?

Bone Broth: Your Skin’s Best Friend 
In case you haven’t heard, bone broth offers cleansing, soothing, and healing benefits for your entire body. It even can heal inflammation in your gut and decrease the pain in your joints. But it doesn’t stop there. Bone broth contains the essentials your skin needs to restore elasticity, radiance, and hydration. It revives your hair’s lustre and beautiful bounce. By adding bone broth to your beauty regimen, you take a giant leap towards fighting off and diminishing the signs of ageing that have tried to take over.

Bone Broth’s Secret Weapon 
The natural production of collagen begins to slow in our twenties (yep, I said twenties), leading to wrinkles, sagging, and that dreaded cellulite. The good news is, bone broth is packed full of collagen, that magical weapon that maintains your skin’s elasticity. By adding bone broth to your diet, you begin to flood your system with the essential building blocks of collagen and support the health and youthfulness of your skin. When you provide your cells with collagen, you arm them with the power they need to blast away wrinkles, soothe acne-causing inflammation, and breathe life back into dull skin tone. Bone broth delivers these wrinkle-fighting doses of collagen directly to your skin cells. Your skin regains its firm, gorgeous state through safe, natural, and incredibly effective means. No needles necessary here!

Bone Broth Results You Just Can’t Deny 
Add in a variety of powerhouse veggies, modify to your Keto or Vegan lifestyle, or include bone broth in a variety of your usual recipes. Your skin will take on a whole new look in a matter of days. That's how robust this nutrient-rich bone broth is. Soon, you’ll notice a smoother texture and hydrated, brightened tone returning to your skin. You’ll be amazed by your reflection as your skin returns to its supple, youthful state, and wonder why you didn't opt for this natural Botox effect sooner. As your skin cells fill with vitamins and nutrients, those lumpy areas of unwanted cellulite, we try so hard to hide will begin to vanish. Skin irritations and discolorations, including eczema, and rosacea, will start to fade as inflammation throughout your body begins to heal.

Who knew that fighting the signs of ageing could be both tasty and fast-acting? It really makes you stop and reflect on how many countless hours and pounds/dollars you’ve spent trying to rid your skin of the fine lines and tired bags under your eyes. By merely adding bone broth or committing to a collagen-rich 5-day cleanse, you can reclaim control over your skin’s health and ward off future signs of ageing with ease! 

New to making bone broth?
Above words/picture from article here

A variety of articles and recipe ideas within this blog. Please note, not all may be suitable for you. If you may have any food allergies, or underlying health issues these must always be taken into account. If you are a diabetic and not sure how certain foods may affect your blood sugars, test is best, i.e. use your meter.

All the best Jan

25 comments:

Laurie said...

Wow, who knew! The answer was in our kitchen all along!

CJ Kennedy said...

I tried bone broth. 🤢

R's Rue said...

❤️

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Just looked at the recipe Jan, takes a really long time to make. Do you think any of the ready made bone broths would be viable?

JFM/Jan said...

Thank you for yet another wonderful and informative posting 💮

Valerie-Jael said...

Bone broth is something good, that's for sure. Valerie

Divers and Sundry said...

I've heard of bone broth but never had it, and now I'm wondering if I can find it already made at the grocery store. [adds to list]

Christine said...

Thanks for sharing this wonderful information.

DUTA said...

I've heard about the benefits of bone marrow, and even ate some in my childhood, but this liquid of bone broth is new to me.

Lowcarb team member said...

PerthDailyPhoto said...
Just looked at the recipe Jan, takes a really long time to make. Do you think any of the ready made bone broths would be viable?

Hello Grace, and many thanks for your comment and question.
Many do prefer to use a ready made bone broth and a lot of the grocery stores seem to place bone broths, regular stocks, and canned soups in the same aisle. When shopping if the phrase “bone broth” is not clearly stated on the packaging or label, that item is not what you are looking for.

Bone broth is made with bones and slow-simmered for a very long time in order to draw out all the nutrients from the bones. That’s how you can consume essential nutrients like collagen and amino acids naturally. Regular stocks aren’t made with bones. They are not simmered for long times. Hence, no benefits. So look for “bone broth” on the label.

There is more to read about this in this article I've linked to … you will need to scroll down to near the end of the article where it gives a full answer to your question.
https://www.streetsmartkitchen.com/bone-broth/

Hope this all helps you decide.

All the best Jan

Lowcarb team member said...

Divers and Sundry said...
I've heard of bone broth but never had it, and now I'm wondering if I can find it already made at the grocery store. [adds to list]

Hello there and many thanks for your comment.
Yes, you should be able to find bone broth at your grocery store, but please have a read of the comment/answer I gave to Grace(PerthDailyPhoto) above …

All the best Jan

Elephant's Child said...

Thank you for the information.
Not for my vegetarian self, but interesting.

Pom Pom said...

I just recommended bone broth to my sister. I'm going to make some!

Chatty Crone said...

I tried to make it once - it was a failure. It didn't taste good, but I think it is because maybe I didn't put veggies in in???

carol l mckenna said...

Sounds magical and tasty ~

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Kay said...

Wow! This is so interesting! I shall think about doing this when I get home. Since we don’t eat boned beef, I guess I’ll have to stick to the bones of the rotisserie chicken.

Miss Val's Creations said...

Interesting information! It always amazes me how certain foods can be so beneficial in ways we don't expect.

Jeanie said...

I didn't know -- all I knew was it makes GREAT soup!

gloriadelpilar_1994@yahoo.com said...

Interesting information !!

angryparsnip said...

Son has been talking about making bone broth for us. We will be trying this soon. Thank you so much.
parsnip

betty-NZ said...

Fantastic info about this simple dish!


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Agar.io2020 said...

Great, I enjoyed your blog post thank you for sharing

aussie aNNie said...

Very interesting, love to have soup...xx

Debbie said...

wow!! great information on a dish i knew nothing about!!!

William Kendall said...

That's new to me.