Kettle and Fire Bone Broth – A Short Review

Product: Kettle and Fire Bone Brothbone broth

Price: Various based on quantity

Best Place to Buy: Kettle & Fire

Guarantee: Product may be returned unused within 30 days

My Rating: 9.0 out of 10

What Is Bone Broth?

Bone Broth is a liquid made from animal bones and connective tissue that has been boiled into a broth and slow simmered for 10 to 20 hours with vegetables, herbs, and spices.

Sounds Like Meat Water!

What sounds like a simple liquid, is in fact steeped in history and has a multitude of benefits for your body. Bone broth has been consumed for hundreds of years; the earliest versions appearing more than 2500 years ago. Since our ancestors didn’t like to throw anything out, they boiled all the left over parts and drank it.

Some of the benefits of bone broth are: digestive tonic, blood builder, and kidney strengthener due to its high collagen content, anti-inflammatory amino acids, bioavailable minerals, and healing compounds that can only be found in bones and connective tissues.

Short Video

This short video (less than 2 minutes) by Thomas Delauer, a keto and exercise guru, will explain the ins and outs of bone broth.

My Experience

Bone broth is a great way to end an intermittent fast. Your body is in a state of being ready to receive whatever it is that you are about to give it after 16 – 18 hours of fasting. The nutrients in bone broth are great to introduce at this point. I have used bone broth to end intermittent fasts at the beginning of my weight loss journey, and saw excellent results.

I continue to use bone broth as a regular food while in ketosis. It has the properties necessary to keep me in ketosis while making me feel full. Also, the overall health benefits that I have experienced are partly due to the consumption of bone broth.

Last Words

Kettle & Fire Bone broth is by far the highest quality bone broth on the market. The owners take great pride in producing the best product possible.

I highly recommend this product for its weight loss and nutritional benefits.

Thanks for listening. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below.

See you in the next post.

Have a great day!

Tom Fitzsimmons

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