Bone Broth: What Is the Hottest Drink on the Health & Fitness Market?

Kettle & Fire

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Let’s face it: Bone broth is good for you. And you should be sipping it or adding it to recipes at last a few times a week.

One of our favorite bone broths is Kettle & Fire. It’s made from beef or chicken and the brand even has a selection of soups and a chili, so you don’t have to sip it. Kettle & Fire also has a wide variety of awesome, delicious recipes so you can incorporate bone broth into everything from gummies to tacos.

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What Exactly Is Bone Broth?

Bone broth is made from animal bones and connective tissue—typically cattle, chicken, or fish—that has been boiled into a broth and slow-simmered for nearly 24 hours. It’s not the same as stock. Regular broth and stock are simmered for a shorter period of time than bone broth, and that expedited cooking process reduces the amount of beneficial gelatin extracted from the bones.

Kettle & Fire Chicken is ($8/carton) are made from certified-organic chicken bones and feet, while the Beef Bone Broth (also $8/carton) is made from marrow bones from 100 percent certified grass-fed, grass-finished cattle that are humanely raised, with no antibiotics or hormones.

Kettle & Fire uses knuckle, patella, femur, and feet bones in their broth. These have more white and red stem-cell marrow, and higher levels of collagen—the nutrient that gives bone broth most of its health benefits—than other bones. The bones are simmered for 20-plus hours with organic spices, vegetables, and apple cider vinegar. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar helps extract as many nutrients from the bones as possible, making every sip that much more nourishing.

Why Is Bone Broth Good For You?

The short answer is collagen. Bones and connective tissue are sources of type II collagen—a protein that’s known for supporting skin, joints, and gut health. It supports digestion through collagen, minerals, amino acids, and compounds found in bones and connective tissue.

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How Do You Drink Bone Broth?

The beautiful thing about bone broth is that there’s really no limit to how you can add it to your diet. Aside from soups, stews, and just sipping, bone broth blends surprisingly well into almost any recipe—even smoothies. The Kettle & Fire website has a great blog, with informative articles and dozens of recipes for you to experiment with.

Heat it up on the stovetop and sip it. Or, of course, you can pour it into a mug and microwave it for a minute or so. Because Kettle & Fire uses sustainable, recyclable packaging for all its products, its bone broths can last for up to two years in your cupboard.

In addition to the broths, Kettle & Fire has a delicious selection of soups and chili to choose from. Ready to give Kettle & Fire a try? Nearly 10,000 reviewers already have—and the 4.8-star rating should be enough to tell you that it’s not only delicious, but it works.

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