Due to so much hand washing, use of hand sanitisers and use of masks, skin barrier function is being destroyed. The most sensible solution is to replace our sebum barrier with the closest matching lipid-based balm. The closest in terms of fatty acids is tallow, which is mostly triglycerides and some cholesterol – as close as possible to human sebum.
Taking bone broth during intermittent fasting can also reduce inflammation leading to repair and regeneration. It contains the minerals we need during out fast and also balances out the amino acids to help the fasting process. It may also improve sleep during the fast.
Using Dr Gus' Bone Broth Tea whilst fasting is beneficial for maintaining muscle and increasing fat loss. Bone broth also beneficial for improving gut function and preventing gut thinning. Bone broth also improves sleep and has as anti-aging effects. It also keep us feeling more full during difficult prolonged fasts.
A recent experiment has confirmed animal studies that UVB (the light in the sun that causes our skin to produce vitamin D) exposure alters the composition of the human gut bacteria to a more healthy and favourable state.
We had such a lovely day on Sunday that we will be returning to Stokesley Farmers market this Saturday 1st June. Come down and say hello and pick up a cup of fresh hot or cold bone broth. Northern dales farmers markets do such a wonderful job and their dream is that people can come … Continue reading Dr Gus returns to Stokesley Farmers Market→