More sophisticated than stock and a true kitchen classic, introducing Inglewood Organic Chicken Bone Broth! Made with only the best Australian Certified Organic Chicken – its deep golden colour is rich, enticing, and sure to ignite your inner-chef!
Savvy home-cooks and chefs alike know bone broth gives far more flavour to a meal and acts as an enhancer in soups, gravies, casseroles, stews, curries, risottos, sauces and many more of your favourites. Bone Broth is a fantastic comfort food as well, and one sip is enough deliver that warmth your craving on a cold winters day.
Considered a staple by past generations, this forgotten elixir has been the talking point of many celebrity diets including, Gwyneth Paltrow, Salma Hayek and Tracey Anderson to name a few. E!News quoted Dr Philip Goglia (nutritionist to Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Cara Delevingne) saying, “There are dozens of different nutrients found within bone broth, many of which can’t be obtained easily from other commonly eaten foods. By regularly drinking bone broth or using it in recipes, you can help promote healthy gut integrity while reducing permeability and inflammation.” Also, he reported that “many people report a decrease in cellulite when consuming foods and supplements containing collagen, since cellulite forms due to a lack of connective tissue.” So drink up – Doctors orders!
Athletes also know the benefits of drinking bone broth, with the head doctor of the LA Lakers, Dr Cate Shanahan calling it, “the number one miracle food for your joints and connective tissue (including bone) is bone broth because it contains compounds that act like growth hormones in these tissues”, reported Teen Vogue. Bone broth was the must have drink of American swimmer Gertrude Ederle, who was the first woman to cross the English Channel in 1926, setting a new record of 14 hours and 31 minutes; spurred on by cups of bone broth from her companion boat.
Dr Axe has a website full of useful information about health and he preaches what many already know – food is medicine. This might help us understand why our ancestors used to eat every part of an animal, nose-to-tail (as it were) including bones, marrow, skin, feet, ligaments and cartilage that could be simmered into what we know as bone broth. It is the simmering his page says that causes the bones and ligaments to release “healing compounds like collagen, proline, glycine and glutamine that have the power to transform your health.” A scientific journal published by Karger’s Digestive Diseases, states post antibiotics studies have demonstrated that there is a link between glutamine (found in bone broth) and the repair of the lining of the gut; which is found to be compromised in people suffering from ‘leaky gut’ syndrome.
Those who practice the Paleo and Ketogenic Diet know it’s quality as well because organic bone broth perfectly complements the goals and philosophy of each diet. Each focus on the gut and how to best ensure the health of such a complex system that we are only just beginning to understand. Chef Pete Evans often cooks bone broth and serves it up at home for family and friends. As he points out, it’s a great way to get kids to eat up all their vegies too, because immersed in organic bone broth – everything tastes so good!
Convinced yet? We are. Try Inglewood Organic Chicken Bone Broth today and taste the flavour of wellness.
Get this jar of goodness from a store near you:
NEW SOUTH WALES
Taste Organic Crowsnest
Parisi’s Food Hall Rose Bay
Connetts Corner Store North Bondi
My Fruitologist Rozelle
Pacific Gourmet Cronulla
Goodness Me Organics Adamstown
Pure Organics Whole Food House Panania
Wholefoods House Rosebery
Nicholson Farm Neutral Bay
Wholefoods House Woollahra
Organic Feast East Maitland
Full Of Goodness Armidale
Supa IGA Byron Bay
Kombu Wholefoods Bellingen
Go Vita Taree and Forster