Nourishing bone broth is an absolute must for intestinal/gut repair and immunity. Simply put, it is great grandma's chicken broth (or beef, lamb, bison, pork, venison ... you name it) loaded with high quality, organic vegetables, herbs, and spices. After cooking for 24 hours or more, you have a rich, dark broth that pops with flavor when it hits your mouth. Umami all over the place (when all the taste of the tongue are activated at once).
Nourishing broth is an INCREDIBLE source of dense nutrition. In addition to boosting your immunity, it improves digestion (sip 4 oz. before a meal), aids in the healing of leaky gut, nourishes the brain, and helps to allay allergic response, including food sensitivities. It can also reduce cellulite, repair ligaments, joints and other connective tissues, as well as promote strong hair, teeth, and nails. Nourishing broth supports the body's defense and detoxification systems for overcoming nausea, colds, flu, and other viruses.
As a chef, I love its versatility. You might be hard-pressed to find a savory dish that couldn't benefit from the addition of bone broth. Of course you can simply sip it from a mug, but you can also use nourishing broth to make soups, stews, curries, sauces, or to add to purees, mashed potatoes, or for cooking grains. You will certainly notice a flavor boost. It is also wonderful for making baby food, as well as using as a cooking liquid for toddler's meats, vegetables, and grains such as rice, pasta, and quinoa.
A simple Google search will pull up a wealth of information on the benefits of broth. Here are a few references I suggest:
Cheers! Now get brothing!