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The Surprising Health Benefits of Bone Broth: Expert-Backed Tips for Optimal Wellness

Microsoft Start Health logo Microsoft Start Health 25-05-2023 Amitha Shaji, Jen Hsu, Toni Tran
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Expert opinion from Toni Tran

Bachelor of Science - BS - Dietetics/Dietitian · 1 years of experience · Canada

Bone broth has protein and trace amounts of several nutrients such as calcium, iron, and potassium. Salt determines the amount of sodium in bone broth. Bone broth is also a source of gelatin, which may break down into collagen in the body to support the joints. Adding vegetables to bone broth can also significantly enhance its nutritional value. Depending on the recipe, bone broth can be low in calories, making it a good choice for weight management. The high water content in bone broth helps with hydration.

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Expert opinion from Leticia Soares

Postgraduate Degree in Public and Family Health/Bachelor Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics · 5 years of experience · Brazil

Bone broth is high in essential amino acids, and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, which are essential nutrients for strengthening bones and teeth. Bone broth contains connective tissue, that is a source of glucosamine and chondroitin, natural compounds found in cartilage that are great for improving joint health. Eating bone broth on a regular basis can also help increase satiety, reduce calorie intake and lead to long-term weight loss.

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Expert opinion from Marcelli F. Chagas

Bachelor in Nutrition · 1 years of experience · Brazil

Bone broth provides some nutrients; Bone broth is low in calories; Bone broth can aid digestion; It can also improve joint health; Bone broth helps increase your protein intake.

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