The top food for wound healing is soup, not readymade supermarket canned or packaged soups, but old-fashioned homemade bone broth. A South American proverb claims “Good broth will resurrect the dead.” Although that is surely an exaggeration, soup has a longstanding reputation for nourishing convalescents.
Eating a high-quality, nutrient-dense diet is one of the most powerful ways to maintain health and prevent disease. Your gut in particular needs proper nourishment in order to allow your health to really flourish. The Gut and Psychology Syndrome principles (GAPS diet) developed by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride is often used to treat children with autism and other disorders rooted in gut dysfunction, but just about anyone with allergies or less than optimal gut health can benefit from it, as it is designed to heal leaky gut.
by Amanda Rose
We are so impressed with these bison soup bones available from Tropical Traditions that we took some close-up video shots of the third day of broth. For more discussion of this particular broth, see our related video here:
We will post the recipes we developed for this broth on the Traditional Foods site […]
by Amanda Rose
Bone broth is a staple in our household because it adds flavor and richness to our meals and minerals at the same time. Consumers are becoming increasingly interested in making their own bone broth and some people struggle with finding an efficient technique. Here we share our observations on bone broth from our […]