Health

We reckon bone broth could be the world’s oldest ‘superfood’. A source of nourishment and wellbeing for centuries, cultures around the world turn to its restorative properties to this very day.

The naturally occurring nutrients in bone broth can assist in gut and digestive health, supporting immunity, skin vitality, joint health and anti-inflammatory recovery.

Here’s what you’ll find in our bone broth:

Collagen

Bone broth contains gelatine, a protein-rich form of collagen our bodies are good at absorbing. People use collagen to support joint health as well as promoting smooth, plump skin and nourished hair and nails. It’s also an essential protein for good gut health.

Proline

Proline is an anti-inflammatory amino acid which can help your body produce healthy cartilage by building good levels of natural collagen.

Glycine

Another anti-inflammatory amino acid, glycine is very important in helping your body heal wounds. Closely linked with the nervous system and the digestive system, Glycine also plays a part in the maintenance of red blood cells.

Glutamine and arginine

These keep the gut lining healthy and well equipped to heal in the face of constant challenge. They are known to relieve colitis. Studies also suggest they can benefit brain health.

Threonine

Threonine is a biogenic amine that we need to help support good health of the gut lining.

Glycosaminoglycans

Including hyaluronic acid, chondroitin, glucosamine, chondroitin and keratan sulphate. Also known as GAGs, these proteins help to lubricate, cushion and protect cartilage and joints as well as supporting the body’s natural collagen and elastin production. They have been known to benefit skin, hair, nails and the intestinal lining. GAGs are also essential for making up joint fluid.

Other naturally occurring minerals include: calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulphur, sodium and potassium.