Nan195
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Treatment, healthcare system, diet

GM all,
A "Bone Broth" Diet is recommended by many Specialists for good health, build up the immune system and to clear up skin problems.
Seems simple to make at home.
Anyone tried it?
Have a happy day 😊

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13 responses

 john,AQUA MAN
john,AQUA MAN @chewbacca

no I havnt nan 195, I have seen you have said a lot about bone broth, glad it helps :)


Cyril
Cyril @Galway

Free range chicken meat and bones. Slowly simmered with fresh vegetables, herbs and organic apple cider vinegar.


Mike
Mike @mikearahi

Hi nan 195,yes ive tried it but unfortunately I didnt keep up with it. Bone broth particularly chicken bone broth is high in collagen which is good in repairing a perforated stomach lining other wise known as a leaky gut.
It is said that a leaky gut is the cause of psoriasis and other auto immune diseases. Theres a good reference to this on you tube under a Dr Axe.


Roxanne
Roxanne @roxanne

I think I'll look the recipe up.


Janice
Janice @Immy

Thanks, I will look up the recipe for chicken bone broth, sounds like an interesting lunch during the winter months and my gut really needs some help.


Mike
Mike @mikearahi

Bone broth is pretty easy to make,I used the bones and carcase from a roast chicken place them in a slow cooker cover with water and cook for 24 hours. Strain the liquid off and you have your basic bone broth vegetables can be added but other wise you can drink it as is. When it cools off you keep it in the fridge,it will turn into a jelly form i think this is the collagen it will liquify when heated up. I used to get about 3 to 4 litres from one chicken carcase.


Susan
Susan @godcares

Nan I have tried the Bone Broth, but not as a diet. One thing I always say "is it sustainable?"... I love bone broth vegetable soup in the winter. Summer is always a ton of vegetables and protein which is sustainable. One super thing is that home made bone broth is loaded with collagen like Mike said for joints.


Susan
Susan @godcares

Mike I have watched many a video of Dr. Axe. Personally I'm not a fan of the term "leaky gut"... That's just me. However, having so many autoimmune diseases I've done a ton of research and not just google. LOL... “All Disease Begins in The Gut.” - Hippocrates. You can just do some research and honestly, when I got my gut health restored with food intake, Moringa, everything changed for this momma and I still am free of any pharmaceuticals.


Mike
Mike @mikearahi

Yes i agree Susan when we restore our gut health and flora with the likes of bone broths and probiotics like yoghurt and a healthy alkaline diet with lots of green veges to name only a few,alot of our health problems are gone. The old saying our body is our temple and we are what we eat.


Susan
Susan @godcares

Mike you are so right! Not just food though. It's our thoughts that also feed our temple. It can take time, but the whole embracing who we are, who we are meant to be, living in peace without drama, has been a good thing for me as well.


Mike
Mike @mikearahi

Yes i agree Susan positive thoughts,it took alot of brain power for me to accept what i have,the conditions that go with it and understanding ways to cope with it. Stress and dramas being a big part of it as i was stressed with dramas when i first got psoriasis. Living as stress free as possible can take a bit to achieve and maintain,hard work sometimes ☺


Janice
Janice @Immy

Thanks for the recipe Susan.


Susan
Susan @godcares

Mike there are so many things that can stress us out. Even good things. I can get a bit hyper when things are going really good. I am still learning to find that place inside where I can just be present. Bad stress, like my alcoholic brother living with me, can be a learning experience for sure. But when I kicked his but to the curb (and I love him) I removed that kind of stress. I can do all things because it is my life and honestly, I get to choose. LOL



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