Chicken Broth - Organic Chicken - FODMAP friendly
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- High in glycine, arginine, glutamine and proline
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- No gluten, soy or sugar
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Bone Broth – FODMAP-Friendly, by Broth of Life
Many people are unaware of it, but animal bones and joints contain a high concentration of essential nutrients. By making bone broth out of it, we can distill these nutrients and supply the body with gelatin, among other nutritious substances. The use of bone broth is eons-old; today, broth is seen worldwide as a nutritional drink. Brewed by Broth of Life, meadow chicken natural bone broth is made from the meat and bones of real meadow chicken. In addition to the 'regular' and herb-free bone broth variants, Broth of Life also has a FODMAP friendly bone broth in its range. FODMAP is short for a low-carbohydrate diet and is particularly suitable for people who are hypersensitive, or just sensitive, to certain herbs.
What makes Broth of Life bone broth so special?
The Broth of Life bone broth is made with great care and attention and can be called a special product for more reasons. For example, the water used to make the broth is carefully filtered three times through a special system to ensure that there is no chlorine or fluoride in the water. Subsequently , an extremely meticulous and manual production process takes place, which involves a lot of time and attention. For example, the soup invariably simmers for at least 24 hours, so that the collagen and the other special components that naturally occur in animal bones and connective tissues can be released slowly but steadily.
Broth of Life has been researching bone broth for years to develop the highest possible product quality; it is not without reason that she is the market leader in her sector and her product is also the first 100% certified bone broth in the world! Broth of Life was also the first worldwide to dehydrate and pack its products in a convenient powder form, making the soup easy to store and use. When you buy Broth of Life products, you can rest assured that you have bought an extremely nutritious and high-quality product of which you know exactly what it contains. Broth of Life prides itself on being transparent about what ingredients are used to make its nutritious 'golden elixirs', as they rightly call their broths.
Bone broth, an ancient tradition
Traditional cultures as well as wildlife instincts have always known that bones and cartilage are very nutritious. Human use dates back to the Stone Age: archaeological discoveries around the world have shown that our ancestors made broth from freshly caught animal food sources. An authentic, pure bone broth is still one of the best and tastiest ways to take in the nutrients from animal bones and bone marrow. A brew that is still traditionally produced today, by simmering animal bones and cartilage at low temperatures in water for an extended period of time. The liquid contains dissolved nutrients and is a source of bioavailable collagen (gelatin). This ancient soup is one of the most nutrient-rich, natural food sources in the world and has long been used as a powerful and beneficial food. Bone broth reminds us of the warm, safe kitchens of our grandparents, where food was lovingly prepared and connected us.
The secret of bone broth
Bone broth contains many minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and sulfur, and in a form that the body can absorb well (electrolytes). Bone broth also contains the important amino acids glycine and proline. Finally, bioavailable collagen is one of the most important components of a good bone broth. By long-term simmering, collagen is converted into the easily absorbable gelatin, a gel-like substance that is particularly beneficial for the body. In addition to gelatin, bone broth also contains special carbohydrates, which occur naturally throughout connective tissues.
- A high-quality, nutritious soup on the table in no time
- Easy to use
- Suitable for all ages
- This bone broth of meadow chicken contains gelatin, but also essential glycosaminoglycans including glucosamine, hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate
- Contains 100% meadow chickens
- Made on the basis of natural ingredients: contains no pesticides, antibiotics or hormones
The importance of collagen for our body
Collagen fibers are important extracellular proteins throughout the body. They make up about 25% to 35% of the total protein content in the body and are used by the body to build the special collagen triple helix structure. This structure ensures that tissues and fibers in our body maintain their strength, cohesion and flexibility. Before about the age of 25 the body makes enough collagen. Thereafter its production decreases and then it becomes useful to supplement this substance, through food for example. More than 90% of the collagen in our body consists of type I. Collagen type II is found in joints, ribs, nose, larynx and intervertebral discs while type III is common in the skin and blood vessels. Bovine collagen is most commonly used in collagen supplements and it consists mainly of type I and III collagen.
Bone broth versus collagen hydrolysate
In bone broth made from high-quality animal food sources, collagen is converted into gelatin through the slow heating process, which is then easily absorbed by the body. Bone broth gelatin consists of several types of collagen and contains essential nutrients, including useful minerals, fats and special carbohydrates (glycosaminoglycans, often shortened to GAGs). Collagen hydrolysate is a progressively processed form of gelatin, in which proteins are broken up into smaller pieces by means of enzymes. Collagen hydrolysate does not contain the extra nutrients found in bone broth. However, both forms contain the main essential amino acids, are easily digested and have the same nutritious properties.
Rich in special amino acids
Being and staying healthy is no punishment with tasty foods such as bone broth made from meadow chickens. Did your mother used to give you chicken soup when sick? Then you have probably experienced its powerful, nurturing effect. Bone broth is a special and complex product that contains a complete spectrum of nutrients. The amino acid profile in bone broth is quite unique: it contains high concentrations of glycine, glutamine, arginine and proline -- all essential amino acids.
Eating from head to tail
The head-to-tail principle refers to an ethical and sustainable method of meat processing in which all parts of an animal are used for consumption. Traditionally it was commonplace to use an animal to its fullest after being slaughtered, but in today’s Western society we commonly limit the parts of an animal we use. A shame -- because eating organs and glands is very rewarding! Wisdom that traditional healers from ancient cultures already knew how to implement. It makes sense: the human body is composed of a very specific intermixture of nutrients, enzymes, and bioactive substances that, on consumption in the form of animal organs, support the entirety of the body and fit the nutritional needs of the corresponding organs in that human body. For optimum benefit, you may choose a supplement with specific glands or organs to replenish nutrients. Anyone who eats according to the principles of evolutionary food believes that our body has a way of directly integrating the nutrients of healthy animal organs. A great example of Mother Nature's work!
About Broth of Life
For many, making bone broth oneself often seems like a step, or a few steps, too far. It is a long process and finding the right ingredients is not easy. The pure bone broth from the Australian family company Broth of Life is a godsend for anyone who wants to enjoy the taste of an authentic, high-quality bone broth. The powdered broth is made from pasture chickens and grass-fed cattle that are kept naturally. The bones are slowly extracted using pure water, vegetables and apple cider vinegar, which optimally preserves their taste and nutritional value. It is for a reason that Broth of Life broths are the only certified powdered bone broths in the world! Broth powder can be dissolved in boiling water, but can also be sprinkled over sauces, stews or regular meals, just as you use herbs in your kitchen.
To rehydrate add 1 tsp to 100ml water, or consume in the powdered form by sprinkling on meals as you would a seasoning.
|Organic free range chicken bones||**|
|Himalayan rock salt||**|
|Organic apple cider vinegar||**|
|Nutritional Info||per 3g||per 100g|
|Energy||62.85 kJ||1994 kJ|
|Protein||1.79 g||58.35 g|
|Fat, total||0.80 g||26.7 g|
|-saturated||0.21 g||7.1 g|
|-monounsaturated||0.48 g||16.1 g|
|Carbohydrates||0.12 g||1.86 g|
|-sugars||0.00 g||0.0 g|
|Sodium||0.03 g||0.9 g|
|Mineral Content||per 100g|
** % Recommended daily intake not established.