July 5, 2022
Beef Bone Broth

Beauty Benefits of Beef Bone Broth & One Recipe to Make a Yummy Drink

Very recently, organic beef broth has started to gain considerable momentum in its use, but it has been around for centuries. The beef broth has been used for ages by hunters as a staple in their paleo diets by adding in all sorts of poultry, meat, fish, and fruits and vegetables to make an extremely hearty broth. As unappealing the term ‘beef bone broth’ sounds, that much greater its benefits to one’s body, skin, and health.

In fact, if you ask someone older who has glowing skin and has aged beautifully, what the secret to their skin looking so young is? They’d most likely answer by saying, they eat a lot of soupy, brothy foods that keep their skin plumpy and glowing. 

The Benefits of Drinking Organic Beef Bones Broth

One of the biggest reasons that the use of bone broth in daily lives is catching on as a result of sumptuous taste, along with the fact that it’s extremely healthy. Not only does it have all these positives, but it helps work against the clock. Yes, now you too can age gracefully with an ever young looking glowing face! Here’s how it works wonders by turning back the clock. 

  • Contains Collagen 

Collagen is a structural protein that aids in building a strong skin layer. This layer protects the skin against aging and even reduces the definition of one’s wrinkles. Sure, there are so many skincare products being developed in the marketplace, screeching about the effects of their collagen creams, working to establish temporary firmness to the skin. At the same time, including beef broth into the diet can have more lasting effects as a result of the high potency level of the collagen present in it. Dietary collagen mainlines collagen to the cells, and also, the peptide content in the collagen helps with the healing of one’s digestive tract and prevents any inflammation that also plays a huge factor in one’s aging process. 

  • Contains Glycine 

The human body is constantly bombarded with toxins, and these toxins can speed up the process of aging. The presence of glycine in beef broth helps the liver to clear out all toxins in the body and thus to reverse aging that has taken place. 

  • Contains Various Important Minerals  

Bone broth also contains various important minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. These are all anti-aging minerals, and their chemical composition makes them easily available to help with the aging process. 

  • Contains Glycosaminoglycans 

Glycosaminoglycans such as hyaluronic acid, chondroitin, and glucosamine – which are the major nutrients involved in keeping the joints healthy and flexible, thus keep one’s younger than their age. 

  • Contains Iodine 

Iodine is present in all the organic bone broths. It protects one from ailments such as thyroid that can cause a massive swing of weight gain, hair loss, and loss of energy even at a young age. 

Bone broth tends to reverse the process of aging better than any powder or pill. As opposed to how expensive all other anti-aging creams, medicines, and serums are, bone broths cost almost nothing in that comparison. So, why not use bone broth as regularly as possible. 

A great way to make use of bone broth to make a yummy recipe for a delicious drink that can be had any time of the year is by making a Chakra Latte. Here’s how to make it. 

Ingredients

  1. 1 cup of organic chicken bone broth
  2. 1 tsp of fresh garlic paste 
  3. 1 Tbsp of cooked sweet potato 
  4. A pinch of turmeric

Directions

  1. Take a saucepan and over medium heat, bring the bone broth to a simmering heat. 
  2. Then in a blender, mix all the ingredients and serve as a hot drink all year round. 

This recipe contains all the best superfoods that can keep our bodies healthy, strong while giving the goodness of glowing skin. 

 

Christine Carter

Christine Carter is an experienced health expert and owns a clinic. Christine has a keen interest in sharing her extensive knowledge of health and fitness with people through her informative, useful write-ups.

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