Bring on the Bones!
Winter is hot soup time and the combinations are endless. This is the time when I ask my butcher to chop up that free range marrow bone for preparing a wholesome stock. Before you turn up your nose to consuming marrow bone, just think about the following benefits:
Bone marrow is high in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids. It’s important for gut health and supports the immune system by carrying oxygen to cells. It speeds up the healing process of fractures and maintains healthy bones as well as improving brain function. Using bone stock will enrich you with calcium, silicon, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, manganese, sulphur chondroitin, selenium, glucosamine and last but not least, lipids such as alkylglycerols for serious immune system problems….