BONE BROTH . . . "A good Bone Broth can resurrect the dead" . . . South American proverb

 

 

This easy, yummy, anti-aging Bone Broth is a staple in Asia for the sick, for the new mom, for joints / bones, and used by all women to preserve their youth.   In fact this recipe is for everyone . . . so you can feed your family, heal the sick, and restore your beauty at the same time.  Here are just a few of the benefits the Chinese attribute to Bone Broth:

 

- The unique combination of amino acids, minerals, and cartilage compounds aid in quick recovery from illness / surgery

- Especially good for the new mother – helps to rebuild the loose, saggy body after labor and delivery

- Excellent nutritional support for any chronic illness, especially for women with menstrual / fertility issues

- Helps combat inflammation

- Contributes to emotional balance 

- Better digestion - heals the gut and helps any digestive disorders

- Lessening of allergies

- Helps with treatment of many autoimmune disorders, infectious diseases, and chronic ailments

- Helps with hair growth, helps skin stay supple, helps with skin disorders

- Helps bones stay strong, helps with osteoarthritis, osteoporosis

- Fortifies the immune system

- Fights cellulite

- Contains:  Gelatin, Glycine, Collagen, Amino Acids, Trace Minerals, Cartilage compounds (Chondroitin Sulfates & Glucosamine),     Calcium, Magnesium, Phosporus, Silcon, Sulfer 

 

  • 4 quarts of cold filtered water

  • 1 whole free-range chicken  - no hormones, no antibiotics

  • 2 T vinegar (This helps to pull all of the valuable minerals from the bones.)

  • 1 large onion

  • 2 carrots

  • 3 celery stalks

  • 1 bunch parsley (can be added during the last 10 minutes of cooking)

  • pepper & Himalayan pink salt to taste (for new moms, go light on the salt)

 

  • 1)  Fill large pot or crockpot with water.

  • 2)  Add vinegar and all vegetables except parsley to the water.

  • 3)  Put the whole chicken into the pot.

  • 4)  Bring to a boil.  Remove any scum that rises to the top.

  • 5)  Reduce to low setting and let simmer.

  • 6)  After about 1 ½  to 2 hours the meat can be removed from the bone.  Put the carcass back into the pot and continue simmering for another 6 to 24 hours. (The longer the better)

  • 7)  Add the fresh parsley about 10 minutes before finishing the stock to give extra nutrition.

  • 8)  Remove bones from broth and strain the broth to remove the vegetables and small bones.

  • 9)  Once the soup has cooled, you will notice that a "skin" forms on the top.  This contains valuable nutrients so just stir it back into the stock when you are ready to serve.   The Broth can be frozen.  It can be used in place of water for cooking.   (Example: Use for cooking rice to add extra flavor and nutrition.)  You can also add the broth to a scoop of cooked white rice, with a few pieces of cooked chicken and optional cooked vegetables to make a Congee (rice soup or rice porridge).

 

 

Dr. Tennant's Gall Bladder Flush:

 

The first thing in the morning, drink one reacup of grapefruit juice with two tablespoons of extra virgin olice oil.  Do not drink or eat anything else for 30 minutes.  At bedtime, take two more tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil and a teacup of either grapefruit or prune juice.  Repeat the morning and evening juice/oil for 7 days.  Also, each day for 7 days, drink one quart (4 cups) of apple juice to soften any stones.       Tennant, Jerry MD, MD(H), PSc.,D, (2013), Healing is Voltage: The Handbook, Tennant Institute.  CAUTION:  ALWAYS REMEMBER TO CONSULT WITH YOUR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL BEFORE BEGINNING ANY CLEANSE.  DO NOT DO ANY CLEANSE IF YOU ARE PREGNANT.

 

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