Here's How to Make Bone Broth

Author: Dr. Maryam Mahanian, DTCM, RAc

In this video article, I’m going to show you how to make bone broth using chicken bones in a slow cooker.  I will also shares why bone broth is such a nourishing food to incorporate into your diet.

Whether you’re struggling to get pregnant and have infertility, or you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or you’re just looking to benefit your overall health and vitality, she highly recommends having a cup of bone broth every day.

Bone broth nourishes the blood, supports joint health, keeps your skin smooth and glowing and supports women’s health conditions.

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