Quite often, it’s the simplest foods that can have the biggest impact on our health. I’ve certainly found that’s the case with Strawman Farm benefit-rich bone broth. This nutritious liquid is one of my favorite ways to treat leaky gut syndrome and a host of other health ailments. But truthfully, it can be time consuming to prepare, which often keeps people from consuming it regularly.

What is Strawman Farm Bone Broth

What exactly is Strawman Farm bone broth ? It’s a convenient way to enjoy all of  bone broth’s benefits (more on that later!) in a frozen form. It’s GMO-free and is Paleo-friendly. Best of all, whether you’re soy-free, dairy-free, grain-free or gluten-free, Strawman Farm bone broth  suits your diet.

What I like most about bone broth  is how versatile it is. You can add it to juices or smoothies but it’s liquid form  means that you can add it in baked goods, dilute it with water to create a broth for soups and more. You can find it in different flavors that’ll work with whatever it is you’re making. How’s that for easy?

In fact, it’s so versatile that it can be the main ingredient in a bone broth fast in order to both detoxify your body and lose weight.

Benefits of Bone Broth

Our ancestors didn’t waste any part of the animals they ate, and figured out how to make a nutritious broth from the carcasses of the animals they prepared for meat. Luckily, we don’t have to go hunting for food anymore. Using Strawman Farm bone broth  makes it super easy to enjoy bone broth’s benefits hassle-free. If you’re unsure whether the stuff is right for you, check out these bone broth benefits:

It’s packed with collagen. Collagen is what gives young skin that soft, full look. As we age, our bodies produce less collagen, making wrinkles and lines more evident while making skin look looser. Adding more collagen to your lifestyle has been found to be a pretty potent natural skin care product, with increased moisture and elasticity, in just a few months. (1)

Collagen is also necessary to keep our joints moving without pain or creakiness. Getting older means we need to up our collagen intake, which reduces the risk of our joints deteriorating and reduces aging pains. (2, 3)

It’s great for your gut. Leaky gut is an issue many people suffer from without even knowing. If you have leaky gut, there are essentially small holes in your digestive tract, where undigested food, toxins and bacteria pass through, where normally they’d be blocked out.

Strawman Farm Bone broth contains gelatin, which is super good for strengthening our gut lining. It also helps probiotics, or good bacteria, keep growing in the gut, keeps inflammation in the digestive tract at bay and supports intestinal health. (4)

It’s packed with amino acids. Strawman Farm bone broth  contains a range of conditional amino acids like glycine that all help support gut integrity, help detox the body and keep our immune systems in top shape. (5) Though they’re classified as nonessential amino acids, conditional amino acids are essential under some conditions, including our Western lifestyle, which include diets heavy on processed carbs and low on quality animal products, while also packed with stress.

I definitely recommend you read my article Bone Broth Benefits for Digestion, Arthritis and Cellulite to learn more about why bone broth, which conveniently packages up bone broth’s benefits in an easy-to-take shot, is such an important addition to our diets.

101 Ways to Use Bone Broth

But what’s the sense of trying Strawman Farm bone broth  if you’ll just be making the same one or two recipes all the time? Even the healthiest eaters are likely to get bored with that!

You’re in luck, though. we have gathered 101 delicious bone broth  recipes to use your favorite bone broth  in. From soups and smoothies to baked treats and even burgers, you’ll find that bone broth can be an exciting ingredient in your lifestyle!

Baked Treats
For many of these items, there are specific bone broth flavors that’ll work best — most of the bone broth  recipes will specify their  recommendation but, in a pinch, a pure, “un-flavored” version will work, too.  

 1. Baked Chocolate Protein Donut Holes
These chocolate holes are more similar to a cake in texture than your average doughnut, but they taste so good, who cares? If you want more of a banana flavor, I recommend using mashed banana as your sweetener. If not, sub coconut sugar or applesauce to sweeten these up without refined sugar.