“Bone broth will resurrect the dead” – South American proverb

Bone broth is a nourishing and nutritious savoury liquid revered since ancient times for its healing and health promoting properties.

How is it made?

Bone broth is prepared by slowly simmering bones, often with vegetables and herbs, over long periods of time to extract the maximum amount of flavour and nutrients and impart them into the liquid.

Is it the same as stock?

Not exactly.

Whilst there are similarities, bone broth is typically seasoned and consumed as a finished product whereas stocks are generally unseasoned and intended for use as an ingredient in sauces, soups, braises etc.

Stocks are used to add body and flavour – broths are made to maximize nutritional extraction.

Weight loss

Stronger, healthier nails and hair

Arthritis and joint pain relief

Improvement of sleep

Boosts immune system


Helps regulate blood sugar

Aids digestion


“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” – Hippocrates 

People are discovering what our ancestors knew all too well – that bone broth is extremely good for us. A well prepared broth, made using fresh, good quality ingredients, is a delicious, restorative and nutrient rich beverage that provides a whole range of health benefits.

As more and more people rediscover this ancient food, so the awareness of the range of benefits broth provides increases. From stronger nails to improved gut health, boosted immunity to joint pain relief, the list of positive effects on people’s health and wellbeing goes on and on.

Given all these positive effects, it’s no surprise that doctors, nutritionists and health conscious consumers are promoting bone broth as a “superfood.”

Boosts Immune System

Regularly consuming bone broth helps reduce inflammation in the body, improves cell rejuvenation and boosts your natural immunity. It may also help to prevent colds and other common ailments.

Improves Skin, Hair and Nails

Promotes healthy skin, improves skin’s elasticity and decreases signs of ageing like wrinkles and puffiness. Collagen in bone broth encourages hair and nail growth and may even help to reduce cellulite.

Heals the Gut

Drinking bone broth daily can improve gut health and reduce food sensitivities. It is particularly beneficial to those with conditions like ‘leaky gut’, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Crohn’s disease. A bone broth cleanse is a great way to detoxify and reset your digestive system.

Helps Weight Management

Due to its high protein content, bone broth can help improve appetite control, helping weight loss and the maintenance of lean muscle mass. Drinking a cup first thing in the morning helps your body absorb the nutrients and protein, and curbs food cravings throughout the day. It is recommended as part of the Keto, Paleo, Whole 30 and Intermittent Fasting diets.

Strengthens Muscles, Bones and Joints

Bone broth can alleviate the symptoms of Osteoarthritis and improve joints and flexibility due to Glucosamine, Chrondoitin and Gelatin which support joint health, cartilage restoration and muscle repair.

Aids Restful Sleep

The Glycine in bone broth can help you fall asleep and improve the quality of your sleep. It also increases Seretonin levels, helps you feel relaxed and can boost your mood.

Rich source of Collagen

You’ve probably heard the buzz about collagen – it’s one of the most abundant forms of protein in the body, responsible for the health and elasticity of our skin, and is a key component for healthy hair, nails and teeth. As we age, our collagen production slows down, which can lead to wrinkles, joint pain, digestive issues and the dreaded cellulite.

Bone broth contains a bioavailable form of collagen, so it’s easily digestible and can be used by your body straight away. Consuming bone broth regularly boosts and supports collagen production, keeping us healthy, strong and youthful.