Am always amazed at the cost of collagen related products in London. This is not even as biologically useful as the bone broth tea and bone broth shakes that we make.
Some fascinating news about treatment for peanut allergy involving daily supplements with a probiotic (healthy gut bacteria) with peanut protein. This suggests that our intolerances such as casein and lactose in milk and gluten maybe because of damaged gut bacteria (gut dysbacteriosis) rather than anything to do with the food.
I keep being asked a lot if taking collagen supplements is the same as drinking bone broth. My answer is always yes and no. Yes because collagen powder will supply the same amino acids as bone broth, and no because there is much more to bone broth than the amino acids.
I have been wanting to write something for a while about why collagen from bone broth is important in the modern diet. But then I came across an article by Chris Masterjohn writing for the Western A Price foundation so I thought better to re-post this as it is better than I would have written
This is a nice short Washington post article to aid in deciphering the science of nutrition
https://www.diabetes.co.uk/lowcarb/ Over 200,000 benefiting already. If you know anyone with diabetes point them here.
Again worth a listen from bengreenfield.com blog. Any questions about the science discussed or if you want to order the highest quality powedered bone broth in the UK click here.
Why to eat broth? A short video gives some of the benefits to making and using broth. To get your ready made, conveniently powdered Dr Gus’ bone broth click here! Be healthy!
Removing the beef tallow from gelatinous stock The tallow has to go through a thorough purification process, no chemicals now, just gentle removal of any impurities. Then it will be ready to be scented, whipped and packaged. To see the range of Dr Gus’ Bone Broths click here, and for Skin Care by Dr Gus … Continue reading Bone tea in the making 2…
The bones and water are gently simmered for 24 hours to gently extract all those lovely nutrients into the water leading to the most nutritoius bone broth available. For more info visit Dr Gus.
This lady hasn’t eaten sugar for 28 years and looks sensational. Sugar contributes to aging by glycating (disabling) proteins in the body, including skin and blood vessels. So if you do consume carbohydrates of any kind its even more important to up your bone broth and collagen intake.
All the products from Dr Gus are pastured, grass fed and raised to at least organic standards. We also prefer to deal with farms who practise regenerative agriculture. This makes for better products for human health and a positive effect on the environment.
Ingredients 2 eggs 2 cups double cream 1 cup lactofree milk 1 vanilla pod 1/4 cup combined stevia and xylitol Method Warm the cream and milk over a low heat Split the vanilla pod and scrape out the seeds ...
For the best Ramen in London we always visit bone daddies. Long boiled bones to make a deep flavourful stock. Interesting ingredient mixing always keep you guessing. A real taste sensation. To start a sample of salmon sashimi. The fish is good quality but the marinade really makes it zing. A light and crispy soft … Continue reading Bone Daddies – London