SOOTHE — Soupure



Chicken bone broth is the oldest therapeutic tonic found in healing traditions throughout the world, and is considered a restorative soup best known for its protection against colds and flu. But that’s not all. Studies show it may also reduce joint pain and inflammation while regenerating hair, skin, bone and nails. Containing a wide spectrum of nutrients and minerals, it may prove to be more biochemically efficient for the body to process than over-the-counter health supplements made of manufactured concentrates. The powerful properties of bone broth effectively restore the body during periods of intense healing without adding the stress of digesting solids, such as post-surgery and after uncomfortably symptomatic illnesses. We have found drinking bone broth daily to support your doctor-advised treatment plan to be highly beneficial, and chicken soup is regularly recommended as a way to aid hydration while providing a gentle system of recovery nutrients. 

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. 

Miso (NOT included in our frozen broth packages)

Fermentation has long acted as the gateway of antioxidant formation since ancient times as the way to “pre-digest” and preserve our fresh foods. Many think of soy as a protein substitute, but don’t forget it is officially classified in the legume group. Several servings of legumes are recommended per day to balance our nutritional intake.