Bone broth is both delicious and inexpensive. It is also a brilliant way to use all parts of a carcass efficiently, known as nose-to-tail eating. By making bone broth, we can consume parts of the animal that are high in gelatine, such as skin, tendons and other gelatinous parts of the carcass. But the studies I had read made me deeply sceptical about many of the health claims, and about the idea of incorporating bone broth into our menu at all.
A quick Google search brings up numerous medicinal claims on dozens of websites saying that bone broth is good for the gut. But when you delve a little deeper, there isn’t any robust scientific research regarding bone broth modulating the gut microbiome.
So where do all these claims come from?
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