Organic Chicken Bones with Meat
Bone broth has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries to nourish our kidneys, supports our vital essence (chi), and build blood. According to Chinese medical theory that like supports like, bone tissue relates to the kidneys, so consuming bone tissue will support the kidneys and therefore the bones (including the teeth). The Chinese medical perspective includes the adrenals as part of the system they call the kidneys. So, bone broth directly supports adrenal function and thus supports our immune health. Bone stocks are also rich in minerals, including calcium and phosphorus – the two main minerals that compose our teeth. When making our bone broths, we stew the bones for several hours, so that the broth itself becomes very rich in minerals. Who wouldnʼt benefit from another bowl of bone broth?
The non-starch polysaccharides keep inflammation low while providing an impressive array of antioxidants including Vitamin C, flavonoids, and over a dozen other phenolic nutrients shown to protect against uncontrolled oxidation of blood vessel walls and prevent inflammatory digestive reactions. Excellent source of Vitamin A and K, as well as the rare molybdenum, an essential element that influences the nervous system, waste processing in the kidneys, and cell metabolism.
Leeks are a slightly more refined cousin of the onion family and are known to inhibit cholesterol production. It has quite a long list of balanced vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and flavonoids, but you’ll probably only noticed the delicate flavor layer it gives our warming Calm broth.
Sixteen sulfur containing compounds not only gives garlic its powerful scent, they provide the blood vessels with the elastic strength to dilate as needed to regulate blood pressure. Researchers have discovered its role in limiting fat cell production and controlling obesity. Known for centuries for its antibacterial and antiviral properties, garlic may also facilitate iron metabolism, allowing a unique transport system for optimum bioavailability. Excellent source of manganese, Vitamin B-6, Vitamin C, copper, and selenium.
Soothing to the intestinal tract, ginger root helps digestive distress and offers an array of therapeutic properties to settle the worst of symptoms. New studies show its success in alleviating joint pain with its anti-inflammatory magic in addition to its laundry list of benefits. We just love it for its sassy scent and piquant taste.