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Brother of Life

Broth of Life is a family business based in the heart of Sydney, Australia. This company specializes in the production of premium, natural, and dried bone broth. What makes Broth of Life unique is that their powdered bone broth is the only one in the world certified for quality and purity. The company attaches great importance to sustainability and animal welfare. That's why they only use free-range chickens and grass-fed cattle that are raised naturally. Each bag of bone broth is carefully crafted and contains carefully hand-selected natural ingredients. Bone broth is known as one of the most nutritious products, packed with essential minerals and vitamins. Broth of Life products offer a simple and tasty way to supplement your daily diet with these valuable nutrients. By choosing Broth of Life, customers can experience the healthy benefits of authentic, artisan-made bone broth.

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Why Choose High Quality Bone Broth?

Making your own bone broth can be a challenging task for many, given the lengthy process and the challenge of finding the right ingredients. Pure bone broth from an Australian family business is a perfect solution for anyone who wants to enjoy the taste and health benefits of authentic, high-quality bone broth. By using only pasture-raised chickens and grass-fed cattle that are raised naturally, the bones are slowly drawn with pure water, vegetables and apple cider vinegar to optimally preserve the taste and nutritional value. The powder can be dissolved in boiling water or sprinkled over sauces, stews and meals, just as you would use spices.

The Timeless Secret of Bone Broth

Archaeological findings suggest that Ice Age hunters and gatherers used pots to cook fish and carcasses. Discoveries worldwide indicate that our ancestors have been making broth from freshly caught animal food sources for centuries. They instinctively understood the nourishing power of animal bones and organs. Bone broth is rich in minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and sulfur in a form that the body can easily absorb (electrolytes). These minerals are essential for healthy bones, teeth, nails and hair. Bone broth also contains important amino acids such as glycine and proline. Finally, bioavailable collagen is one of the most important components of a good bone broth. The long simmering converts collagen into easily absorbable gelatin, a gel-like substance that is particularly beneficial for the hollow digestive organs (esophagus, stomach and small intestine). Daily consumption of a small amount of bone broth has a positive impact on your entire body and helps you stay healthy and fit.

The Important Role of Collagen in the Body

Collagen makes up 25% to 35% of the total protein in our body. This important protein consists of amino acids and peptides that our cells use as building blocks to produce the large collagen triple helix structure. This unique structure creates strong, flexible fibers in our body. From the age of 25, the body's own production of collagen decreases and it is important to provide our body with sufficient collagen through food, for example. There are different types of collagen: types I, II and III are the most important. More than 90% of the collagen in our body consists of type I collagen, which is important for skin, hair, nails, tendons, ligaments and bones. Type II collagen is particularly important for joints, ribs, nose, larynx and intervertebral discs, while type III collagen is common in the skin and blood vessels. Bovine collagen is the most commonly used source for collagen supplements and consists mainly of type I and III collagen.

Ethical and Sustainable Eating from Head to Tail

Traditional cultures, such as the Native American and ancient Chinese civilizations, have long consumed animal organs. Traditional healers knew that eating healthy animal organs had a positive effect on the corresponding organs in the human body. Bone broth, rich in collagen found in animal bones and connective tissues, nourishes our own bones, skin, hair and connective tissues. Prosperity and abundance have largely forgotten the principle of eating from head to tail; We hardly consume animal bones and organs anymore and therefore miss the nutrients found in them. Fortunately, there has recently been a revival of this ancestral way of life and evolutionary eating: organ therapy is back. It is part of an ethical, sustainable and healthy way of life to use animals in their entirety for consumption. Furthermore, organs contain the nutrients that our corresponding human organs need to function properly.

Suitable for FODMAP, Gluten-free and Paleo Diet

There are several varieties of bone broth available from grass-fed cattle and pasture-raised chickens. In addition to the 'normal' bone broth, there is also a herb-free and a FODMAP-friendly bone broth. FODMAP stands for a low-carb diet, particularly suitable for people who are sensitive to certain herbs. The bone broth also fits into a Paleo diet and is of course also gluten-free.