Bone Broth & Joint Health

  • Increases collagen formation in the joints and bones.
  • Reduces joint pain and inflammation.
  • Enhances bone, ligament, and cartilage formation.
  • Improved quality of life and movement in osteoarthritis patients.


"I used to rub Voltarol on knees before games plus Ibruprofen sometimes and this is no longer necessary. Have not used anything but bone tea since April 2018." - Ian, British Over 65 Squash and Racketball Champion


"With the possibility of further ankle surgery, I started bone tea introduced by my daughter. Within two months, my ankle bones healed sufficiently enough to prevent further surgery!" - Kirsty


"I've suffered with painful joints for a long time. I've been having bone broth first thing in the morning for about 3 months now. Not only has it helped my aches I have noticed that I am nowhere near as bloated as I used to be." - Lisa


science of bone broth and collagen for joint health cartilage ligaments tendons Geek-Out Section

Recent evidence supports the idea that taking collagen supplements has a positive impact on connective tissue such as ligaments and tendons. 15g of gelatine (cooked form of collagen) combined with vitamin c doubled the collagen synthesis after a rope skipping exercise in human ligaments.

Collagen supplements have also demonstrated effects on factors that improve bone and cartilage formation and increased quality of life and movement in patients with osteoarthritis. Glycine in bone broth has shown to be particularly beneficial in osteoarthritis.

This is why we prepare Dr Gus' Bone Broth the way we do to ensure an effective dose that will positively impact people's lives. We do encourage our customers to take vitamin C with their bone tea, especially if they are consuming a moderate to high carbohydrate diet.