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The Bone Broth Miracle: How an Ancient Remedy Can Improve Health, Fight Aging, and Boost Beauty Paperback – May 19, 2015
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"The Bone Broth Miracle" is a very thorough look at the subject and Resnick makes a convincing case for adopting this ancient health practice." -Chicago Sun Times
"Can't be bothered to turn on the stove when it's hot out? Take a page from Resnick's book and blend broth into a cold, creamy soup." -Yahoo! Health
"Resnick goes deep into bone broth's health benefits like battling inflammation and fixing leaky gut, while sharing loads of tips for making it and a ton of inventive recipes." -Well + Good NYC
"Highly recommend you go out and get this book" - Optimize Paleo Podcast
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In the "old days" in the 1800"s and 1900"s, bone stock was the main treatment and strengthener of sickly, sick or debilitated patients. A whole lot of Americans, from youth to old age, fit this description, and need the goodness of bone broth to reverse this trend, and their conditions.
Watch out for too much sodium in store bought broths. Better than nothing, but not nearly as nutritious or tasty as home made broth. Another good book was "The Bone Broth Diet". Lots of great info in both books.
When I grew up (i'm in my 70"s) we ate all kinds of organs, chicken hearts and giblets, liver, lungs, etc, and not just muscle. Today all you can get is MUSCLE in the supermarket, and restaurants. Steaks, breasts and wings, chops and burgers--all muscle. In nature, of the carnivores, the alpha of the pack ate first, and only ate the internal organs, which have the highest and broadest nutritional value. The meat/muscle is left for the lower pecking order, and for the carrion eaters and vultures to eat. The muscle has the lowest and narrowest nutritional value, other than protein.
Now, here is another movement we need to grow--eat organs. They also were used to heal sick people in the past. Organs are cheaper, healthier
and delicious when prepared properly. Enjoy, be healthy and Bon Appetite.