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Recently, we brought you an article on how bone broth can help heal an aching and damaged leaky gut.
In case you missed the article, here are the broad strokes:
The gelatin, broken down from the cartilage in the bones, feeds the mucous lining of the stomach.
Broth is easier to digest than solid food, so your gut can take some time off of work, replenish, and heal itself.
The amino acids in bone broth help to fight and reduce inflammation, ideal for people with gut pain.
So we know it’s good for you and we know that it can help repair intestinal cracks and strengthen the integrity of the gut lining.
A lot of contention remains about how to consume it – is store-bought okay? How long should cooking it take? Where do you get the bones? Can you use vegetable scraps? Which recipe do you use? How much should you consume daily?
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If you’re worried and you can’t sleep… Have a nightcap to unwind! Take some cough medicine. Eat a second helping. Pace the hallway. Squeeze your