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Thursday, April 9, 2015


Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).  Leaky gut.  Crohn’s.  Ulcerative colitis.  Food sensitivities.  Autoimmune conditions.  Arthritis.  Thyroid problems.  Inflammatory skin conditions.  Mood disorders.

These are all partially due to problems with the gut.  How do we fix the gut?  Bone broth is one of the best ways of healing your gut health.  It’s food-based, meaning it’s made from food.  It’s not a supplement.  It’s not a drug.  It’s just food and it’s so healing. 

Rather than re-invent the wheel, I’m going to refer you to High Intensity Health where you can watch a short video on how to make it.

Another good bone broth resource is Weston A Price.  

Here is the link ( to learn more about bone broth.

Grandma really did know best.  Bone broth should be one of the foundational products for all gut health.

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