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Gut Healing Bone Broth Recipes

Gut Healing Bone Broth

Two super simple gut healing bone broth recipes for on the run

I was diagnosed with “leaky gut” well over 2 years ago (amongst an array of other things!) Read more about Leaky Gut here. For me this meant cleaning up my diet, eliminating things that caused inflammation and working on healing my gut permanently. Something that I had dabbled in here and there was making my own gut healing bone broth, which is a great source of the right minerals that are needed to heal stomach (gut) lining.

Bone Broth is an incredibly powerful healing food. By simmering bones and ligaments for a long period of time, they release healing compounds like glutamine, collagen and glycine. It’s these amino acids that can help repair and heal damaged intestinal issues. (1)

The first time I attempted to make bone broth was an absolute disaster. I had it over the stove for what seemed an eternity, after a day the bones started to crumble and it still was extremely runny & it didn’t taste very nice at all.

I wasn’t sure what went wrong, did I not add enough apple cider vinegar? Was the temperature not hot enough? Should I have had it on longer?

Gut Healing Bone Broth Recipe for leaky gut symptoms

But as with everything, practice makes perfect. I realised that to get this sucker right I needed firstly more bones (and different types at that). Instead of just using a few of the same bones I used different ones. I played around with neck and chuck bones which have a lot of joints in them (cartilage) and are meatier (flavour) than the shin bones I used the first time.

Secondly as luck would have it, my partner was watching one of thoseAmerican Pit Masters BBQ shows and talking about all the places in the states he wanted to go to (he’s a butcher by trade and loves BBQ and just about everything to do with meat). He just kept mimicking the tv, low and slow, low and slow. So I turned to the tv and all I kept hearing was how the cooks/chefs/chief smokers would smoke their cuts of meats for long, long periods of time so it broke down the connective tissue in the meat.

So with that in my head, I turned down the temperature to just a touch above a simmer and walked away. A day and a bit later I came back to a lovely lovely pot of broth which I put into the fridge to firm.

Bone Broth and Me

By incorporating Bone Broth into your daily regime, you are allowing easily digestible and absorbable minerals into your body; magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, silicon (2).

I try to have bone broth daily as I find it helps with my digestion, overall energy and simply keeps me full between meals but practically speaking this was a nightmare. If I’m away from home for longer periods of time I simply just can’t cook some up as I please and buying the supermarkets pre made sachets can began to be very expensive.

This was until I was introduced to the Natures Way Collagen Bone Broth powder (find out more here).

It’s a quick and easy powdered form of bone broth which requires no cooking or refrigeration. You can have it in your desk at work or on the road and it won’t spoil.

Bone Broth

2 simple gut healing bone broth recipes:

Recipe 1

  • 3 heaped tablespoons of Natures Way Superfoods Collagen Bone Broth
  • 250ml boiling water
  • 1/2 tablespoon dried Italian mixed herbs
  • 1/4 tablespoon ground mustard
  • 1/4 tablespoon Hein scallion, ginger, garlic spice
  • touch of salt


Recipe 2

  • 3 heaped tablespoons of Natures Way Superfoods Collagen Bone Broth
  • 250ml boiling water
  • 1 heaped tablespoon/1 instant sache of white miso paste
  • pinch of salt
K x
Keira is a Nature’s Way ambassador.  This is a sponsored post however all opinions and thoughts are her own.

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  1. yummmm this looks so delicious!!

  2. * goes and buys 1 kg of this and has it everyday lol

    1. Hey Gina!
      Hahah it is pretty easy and so simple!
      You won’t regret it!
      K s

  3. yummmm this looks so tasty!!
    Do you have a slow cook recipe that has the bones from scratch in like a soup? So keen to make something like that for winter!!

    1. Hey darling!
      Yes I do! I will be posting about this in 1-2 weeks!!
      Stay tuned
      K x

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