Bone Broth Powder - 100g
Gut health, joint support and essential nutrition in every meal.
The same natural bone broth powder now in a 100g pouch!
Supports strengthening of the gut lining, helping reduce uncomfortable IBS symptoms like leaky gut, bloating and gas.
Supports muscles, bones and ligaments with vital nutrients needed for repairing and preventing injury.
- Supports a healthy/happy mind, immunity, digestion, hair, skin and nails.
HOW DO I USE IT?
SIPPING: Simply add 2 heaped teaspoons of Bone Broth powder to a cup of hot water stir until mixed, add a pinch of salt & a slice of fresh ginger. Enjoy :)
COOKING: Sprinkle 2 heaped teaspoons of Bone Broth powder straight into meals such as stirfrys, spaghetti Bolognese. Or add to 250ml of hot water and use as a stock replacement in slow cookers etc.
WHAT’S THE DEAL WITH BONE BROTH?
Bone broth is one of those things that they got totally right back in the day. It’s a simple, natural, traditional way of extracting all the nutrition you can out of ingredients and getting that goodness into your body. Put simply, it’s old school, but it’s all good. That’s what Mitchell’s Bone Broth is all about – traditional nutrition for modern life.
What’s more, it has been independently tested by Eurofins, a credited laboratory, and is packed full of amino acids. And why are amino acids so good? Basically, they are the building blocks of the body as well as sources of energy. In that sense they’re kind of like fats and carbohydrates. However, amino acids also contain nitrogen, which means they’re capable of forming tissues, organs, muscles, skin and hair. Fats and carbohydrates, on the other hand, do not contain nitrogen, and therefore cannot ‘build’ your body in the same way as amino acids.
Extract of grass fed beef bones, onions, carrots, celery, parsley, organic apple cider vinegar, black pepper corns, bay leaf, rosemary extract.
HOW IS IT MADE?
We use quality New Zealand grass fed beef bones and New Zealand grown vegetables to make our bone broth powder. We slow cook it the traditional way, using a family recipe that has been passed down through generations. Finally, we gently dry the broth to remove the water and preserve the nutritional profile.