Immune Joint Gut Health – Ready in seconds!
Naturally nourishing and healing, rich in easily absorbable vitaimins and minerals to repair bones and joints, support gut health and immunity, helping you feel good inside and out.
Why is Bone Broth so good? Bone broth has been made for hundreds of years by our grandparents and their grandparents. It’s rich in minerals and high in protein containing amino acids which can assist with the reduction of inflammation, help to strengthen bones, joints and muscle tissue, and healing compounds such as collagen to help heal the lining of the gut, support digestive health, boost metabolism and immunity and promote firmer, glowing skin. Leading busy lives can make it hard to find time to make broth from scratch. Our Beef Bone Broth powder is ready in seconds, as tasty and nutritious as homemade and easy to take on the go!
The importance of gut health. The gut is largely where our immune system resides and is linked to every area of our body including our brain. Factors in everyday life contribute to the damage of our gut upsetting the sensitive internal balance. Collagen provides the necessary building blocks to restore and repair the gut lining, encouraging the growth of good bacteria, keeping our immune system strong and increasing our overall wellbeing.
Did you know? Black pepper has been included in this blend for a reason more important than flavour! Curcumin, the active ingredient in tumeric is not very bio-available, which means althought it is present, it is hard for your body to naturally absorb. The peperine, in black pepper makes the cucumin over 2000 times more bio-available!
How is it made? Beef bones are added to filtered water and apple cider vinegar (to assist in the extraction of the minerals) then slow cooked for 48 hours. Himalayan salt is added for the final stage of the broth, for flavour and nutrition. The broth is then strained for impurities and as it cools the fat is skimmed off the top. The broth is gently refractent dried into a powder, taking care to preserve the rich nutritional profile.
How do I use it? Make nourishing broth in seconds! Simply add 1 teaspoons per 100ml of boiling water for a hearty cup of goodness. Use as a base for soups, stews, a base for soups, sauces and gravies for nutrition and taste. Make a broth bowl by adding 3 teaspoons to 300ml of water per person. Bring to the boil and add a selection of veggies, protein and noodles. Serve hot.
Grass Fed Beef Bone Broth Powder (Beef Bones, Filtered Water, Apple Cider Vinegar*, Himalayan Salt) Hydrolysed Collagen, Deactivated Vegan Savoury Flakes Black Pepper, Turmeric Powder* (5% Curcumin), Black Pepper.
Makes: 3.3 – 6.6 litres, depending on desired strength.
|Servings approx 33||Serving Size 3g|
|Mineral & Vitamin Content||Per 100g|
Made in Australia from 98% Australian and 2% imported ingredients (nutritional yeast – Northern Europe)
Why we added Nutritional Yeast to our Beef Bone Broth and what are the benefits?
Despite it’s name, nutritional yeast may just be one of the most important additions to your food plan in terms of health and taste. Savoury Nutritional Flakes or ‘yeast flakes’ should not be confused with traditional baking yeast as they contain no alcohol and won’t cause or exacerbate candida or leaven baked goods. Savoury Nutritional Flakes are made from a single-celled organism fungi called Saccharomyces Cerevisiae grown on GMO free molasses. They are harvested, washed and dried with heat to ‘deactivate’ them and then rolled to form flakes.
Savoury nutritional flakes or nutritional yeast as they are sometimes referred to are packed with nutrition, high in B Vitamins, Zinc and other trace minerals and one of only a few sources of Vitamin B12 that are Vegan friendly. They are a complete bioavailable source of protein and a natural fibre source. Nutritional Yeast is gluten, dairy and soy free.
Folate Vs Folic Acid: Folate is also known as Vitamin B9 and is naturally occurring in foods. Folic Acid is the synthetic version of folate, found added to foods and has also been know to be labeled as ‘fortified’ foods.
Folic Acid is a widely accepted term to describe this Vitamin and so is Folate so it can be very confusing.