Organic Bone Broth

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A cup of bone broth a day could work miracles for leaky gut syndrome and acts as a protective shield for non-leaky guts. The Gelatin found in our bone broth seals holes in intestines and helps address chronic gut issues and autoimmune disease.

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Read the most frequently asked questions about the product.

Water, organic free-range grass-fed beef bones and beef (42%) from Tasmania and Queensland, organic carrots, celery, organic onions, ginger, organic apple cider vinegar, garlic, turmeric, sea salt, herbs, peppercorns.

Taking one cup, daily, is enough to kick-start your day and experience all its benefits. We recommend warming it up over the stove as you can control its heat. You can also use our broth as a base for sauces, stocks, soups, and smoothie bowls

At any time of day. We could also recommend it in the morning to help curb cravings and kick-start your metabolism. Also, before/after exercise approximately 30 minutes before or after exercising.

We’d recommend taking our other supplements with cold liquids. If you’re using Bone Broth in a cold smoothie with another supplement, that’s not a problem.

Our broth is proudly made from 100% Australian grass fed, organically raised cattle from small farms right here in Australia.

The beauty of our bone broth is that it can easily transformed to best suit your personal preferences. Adding water won’t interfere with its nutritional value, so feel free to adjust its consistency to your liking.

We make our broth the traditional way. The premium bones are simmered for a massive 18 hours with fresh Organic vegetables and our anti-inflammatory blend consisting of turmeric, ginger, garlic and peppercorns. This long simmering process allows the bones to release healing compounds such as collagen, glycine and proline.

We use millions of dollars worth of packaging technology to ensure our broth is naturally fresh, never frozen, completely shelf stable and 100% additive free. As no nasties are coming from our packaging, you can be sure that it will stay completely fresh and will last in the pantry for years without spoilage.

That is the gelatin. When cool, it makes the broth look a little like this, but don’t worry, this is completely normal. Simply heat it gently on the stove top, and it will return to a liquid state.

Adding an acid (such as lemon juice or vinegar) helps to extract minerals from the bones. We use a mild-flavoured apple cider vinegar because white vinegar tastes too harsh in a mellow broth. New medical research also suggests that apple cider vinegar ingestion can help acid reflux, lower blood pressure, improve diabetes and support weight loss.

The simple answer here is no. Collagen peptides and gelatin are actually not one and the same. Gelatin is simply a form of cooked collagen. True, they are both proteins, and as such are often closely associated due to their similar benefits. For example, both are beneficial in improving skin texture and digestion while alleviating joint pain. And while both come from our bones, dermis, and connective tissues, they are not the same.

Rather than using a microwave, we recommend warming it over the stove as you can control the heat better.

Nope. Broth (often labelled “stock”) from the grocery store relies on high temperature, fast-cooking techniques, which result in a watered down, non-gelling liquid, so you’re missing out on the benefits of a gelatin-rich broth. In addition, unnatural additives (like MSG) and flavours are often added.

While it may look like bone broth on the surface, stocks are not slow simmered for 16-24 hours. Bone broth on the other hand is simmered for long periods of time (e.g. 16-24 hours) which allow the bones healing nutrients to infuse into the surrounding liquid. Simply put, a slow simmer time is essential in order to access the nutrition from the bones and make it easier for your body to absorb the nutrients and amino acids. While traditional stock would have been simmered for a long time, modern stock products are less nutritious and thinner due to a lack of gelatin. Gelatin is simply the cooked form of collagen. Standard stocks contain much lower levels of this powerful compound and are typically full of additives, preservatives, sugar, MSG and other artificial flavourings. To be safe, try to stay clear of these stocks and opt for bone broth because as you will see below, it will do wonders for you.

It can depend on different factors like the season, nutritional density of the pastures (based on soil health at the time) and appetite of the cows, as our bone broth is made fresh at every batch. With the bones being from Grass fed cattle, we don't have exact figures or standardized pharmacological values. However, each serving of Bone Broth contains about ~60 mg of Potassium.

Learn More About The Organic Bone Broth

Find out more about the science behind the product.

What Is It? 

Bone Broth a unique healing food and gives you supple skin whilst helping to seal your gut and reduce cellulite.

When you eat bone broth, you’re eating cooked collagen. This is a powerful way to restore collagen levels in your skin, helping to reduce the development of wrinkles. Sure, you could find many products with “collagen” on the label, but dietary collagen is far more potent—it partitions collagen to your cells just like a targeted delivery system.

Our bone broth contains the full spectrum of amino acids and minerals—all in easily absorbable forms. This enhances your mood, energy, clarity and focus whilst balancing your hormone levels.

What Are The Top Benefits of Bone Broth?

  • Helps Reduce Inflammation
    While acute inflammation is a natural self-protective process, a number of chronic and painful conditions can develop when inflammation persists for longer than necessary. Studies have shown that glycine and proline are effective in reducing inflammation.

    These amino acids are found in high concentrations in bone broth, where they are used in the formation of collagen.

  • Helps Heal The Gut Lining

    One of the most widely studied health benefits of bone broth is its ability to heal the gut. An amino acid prominently found in bone broth is glutamine and is the natural remedy for leaky gut.

    This syndrome causes the intestinal lining to function poorly and allows for toxins and other harmful agents to leak into the bloodstream and cause a raft of autoimmune concerns. Increasing your intake of glutamine means keeping the intestinal wall strong and healthy, preventing this damage from occurring.

  • Eases Joint Pain and Promotes Muscle Recovery

    The many amino acids in beef bone broth can help to stimulate muscle protein synthesis, which is essential for the maintenance, growth, and repair of all skeletal muscle groups. Research is starting to validate the many benefits of bone broth for joint health. In particular, beef bone broth is an excellent source of Type I collagen, which targets joint pain and can be of great assistance to those suffering from conditions such as osteoarthritis.

  • Assists With Weight Loss

    Bone Broth is a satisfying drink or meal rich in collagen protein, which allows us to feel fuller for longer. More specifically, the high concentration of glutamine contained in bone broth plays a key role in controlling metabolism- and as we know, an effective working metabolism aids in the maintenance of a healthy weight.

    In fact, glutamine has been shown to have a direct effect on appetite, by promoting satiety. To support this, following a collagen-heavy eating plan was shown to significantly increase muscle mass and decrease body fat percentage among elderly men

  • Improves Immune Function

    Our immune system is responsible for fighting off disease and keeping us healthy on a daily basis. Researchers at the University of Nebraska Medical Center were curious if chicken soup really did boost the immune system just like the old wives tales suggests. To their surprise, they discovered that the amino acids found in chicken broth could reduce inflammation, improve digestion, and improve immune system function.

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