Beef Broth from Soup Bones

This delicious and healthy broth is made from soup bones, which you can buy at your local co-op or get from the butchers shop.  It is slow simmered for several hours to extract all the healthy fats found in grass fed beef bones.  This broth is great for healing irritated gut linings (hello IBS, the “garbage can diagnosis” for all stomach troubles) and for providing a big does of healthy fat to the diet.

FYI- grass fed beefs fat profile is much more balanced and provides anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids.  Conventional beef is much higher in inflammatory omega-6 fatty acids.

Beef Broth

1 lb beef soup bones

10 cups filtered water

1 tablespoon raw apple cider vinegar

Combine all ingredients in a large crock pot and cook on low heat setting for 8 hours.  Remove meat from pot and remove bones and excess fat lining the meat.  Return meat to broth.

Add 2 teaspoons Redmond REAL salt and a few twists of fresh ground black pepper.

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Dr. Austin Erickson is a chiropractor with offices in Glenwood City and the 4 Corners near New Richmond, Wisconsin. He is an expert at combining chiropractic treatment with nutritional advice to achieve excellent results. He has cured himself of psoriasis and autoimmune related arthritis using his protocols. Connect with him on Twitter and Google+

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