Passing the Bone: a lecture on Bone Broth


Passing the Bone: a lecture on Bone Broth


This lecture was recorded at the 2014 food as medicine symposium hosted by NUNM, Portland’s Naturopathic University. This lecture is 56 mins in length and discusses Bone Broth. Bone Broth is a staple in Chinese Medicine and is becoming more popular in alternative medicines as a powerful component of gut restorative therapies. Traditional Food advocates tout Bone Broth as foundational peasant medicine. This talk will focus on how to make Bone Broth, where to source your bones, what micronutrients make this is such a powerful healing food and for whom, as well as how to incorporate it into your clients’ diets.

Topics Include:

  • What is bone broth?

  • What nutrients are present in the broth?

  • nutrient panels from real nutrition testing

  • gelatin: the heart of the panacea

  • how to make bone broth and what tools are needed

  • what does bone broth help to heal

  • transitioning to a traditional diet

  • resources

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