Bone broth has been made for hundreds of years by our grandparents and their grandparents due to its traditional gut loving properties. The amino acids present in Beef Bone Broth are in a specific ratio that is unique, and otherwise not available in the lean cuts of meat commonly consumed, but which are beneficial. Beef Bone Broth also contains the added benefit of Vitamin B12 that, as part of a healthful and varied diet, may support immunity. Leading busy lives can make it hard to find time to make bone broth from scratch.
How is Bone Broth made?
Roasted beef bones are added to filtered water and apple cider vinegar (to maximise mineral extraction) then slow cooked for 48 hours. The broth is then strained for impurities and the fat is skimmed off of the top. It is gently refractance dried into a powder, taking care to preserve the nutritional profile.