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Bone Broth Magic: Easy and Healthy Recipes for Beginners to Lose Weight Reduce Inflammation Fight Infections and Much More! - Broths & Soups - cover

Bone Broth Magic: Easy and Healthy Recipes for Beginners to Lose Weight Reduce Inflammation Fight Infections and Much More! - Broths & Soups

Melissa Hendricks

Publisher: Guava Books

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Are you interested in eating more nutritious, healthy and inexpensive food?  Written in easy-to-understand language, this book will explain how you can prepare easy, simple bone broth recipes.  Bone broth is packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.  Many people feel more focused and energetic after eating bone broth for just a few days.  Others report experiencing less inflammation, feeling less hungry, and having better skin tone.  With these inexpensive and easy recipes you can make your own homemade bone broth to drink by itself or to add to a variety of soups, stews, sauces, and gravies. 
Inside you will learn—How you can make your own bone broth with a few, simple ingredients.Easy-to-follow recipes for using your homemade bone broth in beef, pork, poultry, and seafood recipes.Tips and Tricks for successfully preparing bone broth to get highly nutritious meals to reduce inflammation, lose weight, and improve your skin tone. 
You can do it!  
Learn the tips and strategies for turning leftover bones into delicious and healthy bone broth!  Follow the simple and quick recipes for creating a variety of tasty recipes.  They will be so good your family and friends won’t even realize that they are healthy and packed with nutrients! 
Download now!  Start using these easy, quick recipes to create delicious bone broth to use in a variety of nutrient and antioxidant enriched meals!

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