Fasting doesn't always
need to feel so hardcore...
WHAT IS BONE BROTH
A bone broth fast is a type of modified intermittent fast that entails consuming bone broth several times per day providing you with essential amino acids and nutrients while allowing your gut a rest from anti-nutrients present in vegetables, grains and other inflammatory foods.
Gentle transitions in and out of solid food can be an art on itself. Your stomach and its microbiome is very sensitive to drastic changes and particularly vulnerable to the introduction of solids after fasting. If you opt to start with a full fast you can prepare your gut lining with some nurturing, light and nutritious liquid meal such as bone broth. Similarly you can exit the fast by introducing first a liquid, light super-meal.
Try fasting with while: still restoring your gut lining,
Inciting the organs to drive toxins from the body;
Increasing circulation of the blood;
Taking care of your body’s organs that are crucial
to your health and wellbeing;
Providing the body with healthy nutrients
BONE BROTH BENEFITS
IMPROVES DIGESTIVE & GUT HEALTH
ENERGY & STRENGHT
CRAVINGS & HUNGER
WEIGHT LOSS &
SUPPORTS IMMUNE FUNCTION
HIGH PROTEIN CONTENT & AMINO ACIDS
INCREASES PLATELETS AND RED & WHITE CELLS
HYDRATES & REPLENISHES ELECTROLYTES
SUPPORTS SOFT-TISSUE REPAIR
KETOSIS WITH BONE BROTH
The primary focus of the ketogenic diet is to train your body to burn fat for energy rather than glucose, which is obtained through carbohydrates.(Ketosis Definition here)
A standard ketogenic diet ratio is: 75% fat, 20% protein, 5% carbs.
Bone broth fits within these parameters with an average 3 grams of carbs, 10 grams of protein, 1 gram of fat per cup respectively.