Bone Broth

Relieve Joint Pain with Good Old-Fashioned Water

…much needed water. A similar thing happens with your joints. Another good step to help relieve joint pain is to start adding bone broth to your diet. The gelatin from animal bones and joints provides the GAGs, sulfur compounds, and necessary minerals in a form that’s easily digested and used by the body…

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Muscle Cramps May Signal a Trace Mineral Deficiency

…membranes. Calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium are just a few of the major ones involved. Best Sources of Trace Minerals I’ve found that bone broths, stews, and sea vegetables are some of the best food choices for increasing minerals. If you have a juicer, a homemade green juice using celery,…

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