Learn about the Benefits of Bone Broth

I hope you'll try our latest addition to the snack menu: Pastured Beef Bone Broth. We make it freshly in house by simmering pastured Niman Ranch beef bones, kosher salt, white pepper, ginger, and water. Just like your mama would want you to have it.

I'm personally ecstatic to offer you such a wholesome, clean bone broth. This is something your entire family should be eating regularly, whether you get it from us or brew it yourself. Not only is it delicious, it's an amazing source of collagen. The health of your joints depends upon the health of the collagen in your ligaments, tendons, and on the ends of your bones. 

Bone broth is one of the best ways to consume collagen. First, the low heat used to slowly simmer the collagen from the bone and joint is much gentler than the heat and pressure used in making glucosamine tablets. Second, instead of extracting just one or two factors, broth gives you the entire complex of cartilage components plus minerals and vitamins. Broth's nutritional complexity makes it a nearly perfect bone-building, joint-health-supporting package

Our ancestors discovered the magic in bones a long time ago. For thousands of years people all over the world made full use of the animals they consumed, every last bit down to the marrow and joints. Over time our genes have been programmed with the need and expectation of a steady input of these nutrients, some of which can only be derived from the variety meats, which include bones, joints, and organs. I hope you'll begin incorporating more of these variety meats in your diet going forward, starting with a warm and comforting bowl of bone broth.