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Bone Broth and Bone Stock Nourishing Health Improving Weight Reducing Recipes - cover

Bone Broth and Bone Stock Nourishing Health Improving Weight Reducing Recipes

Bonnie Abbott

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Summary

The book contains more than hundred recipes of bone broth and bone stock.
There is difference between stock and broth but there is very little difference between bone-stock and bone-broth.
Homemade real bone-broth and bone-stock has the gelatin and collagen present in it. That is why it has immense health benefits.

Homemade bone-broths and bone-stocks are very convenient. It is easy to make. They are cheaper and save money. Only a Crockpot is needed. Throw all the ingredients in it and while you sleep it cooks.

Bone broth and bone stock have been considered a great healer in many cultures.
It is believed that they cure bloating, gas, cramps, food sensitivities, and aches and pains.
Broth and stock are just one of the top 50 winter foods for weight loss.
Both help to fight colds and flu. It reduces joint pain and inflammation.
Produces healthy skin, hair and nails.
It helps with bone formation, growth, and repair.
It fights inflammation.
It calms the mind and promotes sleep consequently.

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