With all the anti-aging cream available in the market today, you might be hoping to find a product that really does its work.

Guess what? You can drink your way to that youthful body and younger looking skin. This beverage just might be the newest trend and secret to beat aging.

Let’s find out why sipping or drinking bone broth makes you look fantastic and healthy.

What is Bone Broth?

Bone broth is a simple, but nutritious broth made out of poultry or meat bones. It is rich in protein, and a good source of minerals as well.

The Anti-Aging Properties of Bone Broth

What makes bone broth a powerful, anti-aging tool? Read below to discover the nutrients it contain.

1. Nutrients

Nutrients such as hyaluronic acid, chondroitin, glucosamine and glycosaminoglycans help keeps your joints to be flexible and young.

2. Minerals

Bone broth contains phosphorus, calcium and magnesium. These are anti-aging minerals, and their chemical composition makes them highly bio-available.

3. Collagen

Collagen helps build strong skin, and protect against wrinkling and aging. The gelatin from collagen, helps prevent inflammation and heals your digestive tract, that leads to aging.

4. Iodine

Fish broth are rich in iodine, which help protect against a sluggish thyroid, that is the number one cause of energy loss, weight gain and thinning hair as you age.

5. Glycine

Glycine helps your liver get the toxins that age you, out of your body. It re-energizes and de-age your cells.

Anti-aging Bone Broth Preparation:

Ingredients:
– High-quality bones such as lamb, beef, turkey and chicken bones. Opt to use bones from pasture-raised cows, sheep or free-range poultry, if you can afford it. You can also use frozen left-over bones.
– For fish bone broth, choose high-quality and wild-caught fish. Snapper and sole are good choices. Avoid oily fish like mackerel.

Preparation:
1. Put bones in a big pot, add water and sea salt. You can roast or brown the bones first, for extra flavor. Add chopped carrots, onions garlic and celery. You can also add some sage, bay leaves, and any other spices and herbs, that go well with the type of bones you’re using. Add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, to help pull the nutrients out of the bones.

2. Bring the broth to a boil. Upon simmering, add more water when necessary.

Note: For poultry and meat broths, 8 hours of cooking at a minimum, and more than 24 hours if possible. Fish bone broth can take 2-3 hours. The softer the bones are, the more nutrient-packed your broth will be.

3. Cool the broth and strain it, using a strainer. Put the broth in glass storage bowls. Store some of it in your fridge, which you can use over the next 3 days or so. Keep the rest in bowls in the freezer.

Note: As the broth cools in the fridge, the fat will rise to the top. Remove this fat and use it for cooking if you’d like. When your broth cools, it will get gelatinous. This means it’s full of fat-burning and wrinkle-busting collagen.

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