Wellness DIY – Bone Broth

Welcome back, Wellness community! Our next DIY series, we’re going to talk about bone broth. This is my daughter, Magnolia and she’s going to be helping me out today. The reason we’re talking about bone broth is because it’s got some amazing health benefits. Here are just a few of them: FIrst, it gives us a stronger immunity against illnesses and allergies. Personally for our family, whenever we’re feeling sick or in the winter months we’ve got any sniffles or anything, we’re loading up with this bone broth It also reduces symptoms related to digestive disorders like leaky gut and IBS It enhances digestion, it gives you healthier joints, ligaments, and tendons That’s great for exercising, like we have in our Crossfit gym. It has tons of collagen in it so it really helps your skin and gives you a more youthful appearance. It increases the intake of very important minerals like calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. Today, we’re going to be using beef bones but you can also use chicken or really any other bones that you have. The only thing is you’re really concentrating the nutrients and therefore, if you don’t use high quality products or bones you’re also going to concentrate the toxins. So it’s very important that you use grass-fed beef also any sort of anti-biotic free is really important as well. We get ours from a cow share that we take advantage of but I’ve also seen it at Whole Foods. So my daughter, Magnolia is going to show us the first step in creating our bone broth. So the first thing we’re going to do is we are going to heat the oven to 400 degrees and roast the bones for 30 minutes. We just got the bones out of the oven. They’re roasted, we’ve put them in the Instant Pot Now we’re going to add our other ingredients. We’re going to add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. We’re going to add 5 garlic cloves. We’re going to add 2 stocks of celery. We’re going to add half of an onion. We’re going to add 2 carrots. And then we’re going to add a few pepper corn flakes. Perfect! Next, we’re going to top this off to the top with water and then we’re going to put the top on it. And the Instant Pot takes about 2 hours You can also use a crock pot if you have one of those. When we come back we’ll finish this off. We just got our bone broth out of the Instant Pot We’re going to use a strainer to strain it into this glass container We’ll let it cool off till it gets to room temperature When it does, we like to store ours in these plastic containers and that way we can freeze them If you don’t, if you decide to use it immediately, it really is only going to last about 5-7 days before you really need to have consumed it. Thank you for watching! Join us next time to learn more tips to stay healthy! Stay classy, Wellness!

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