Drink or cook your way to optimal health with broth that turns a daily plate into a culinary masterpiece.
Sip A La Natural or add your own flavours (recommended) for an immediate cup of gut healing broth. Our best versatile product to cook with, increasing but not altering existing flavours and the easiest way to sneak in an additional nutrients to nourish the gut health of the entire family.
– it is unflavoured for versatility
– for the most sensitive stomachs entirely spice free
– nutrient dense stock alternative
– great for kids meals without them knowing
– excellent to use in savoury and sweet dishes
– your furry pet will enjoy it too
– Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols (FODMAP) Friendly
Naturally Evaporated Sea Salt*, Australian Grass-Fed Beef Bones
*The traditional natural way to remove maximum nutrients from the bones whilst also preserving the product.
Servings per jar: 26 Avg Serving size: 10g
|Nutrient||Avg qty per 100g||Avg qty per 10g|
|Energy||1100 kJ||110 kJ|
|Protein -Total||32.8 g||3.3 g|
|Amino Acids – Arginine||2,540 mg||254 mg|
|– Glycine||7,180 mg||718 mg|
|– Hydroxyproline||3,620 mg||362 mg|
|– Proline||3,708 mg||370 mg|
|Fat||14.5 g||1.5 g|
|– Saturated||6.3 g||0.6 g|
|Carbohydrate||0 g||0 g|
|– Sugar||0 g||0 g|
|Gluten||Not detected||Not detected|
|Sodium**||4660 mg||466 mg|
How do I store it?
Our Bone Broth Concentrates are shelf stable but do require you to store them in the fridge once opened. The cold temperature of the fridge also solidifies the broth somewhat which makes it easier to scoop out of the jar – nutrients so thick they stick to the back of the spoon.
How long will it last?
Please check your jar for the recommended used by date sticker. Once opened and if stored correctly (see below), used by date will remain valid.
How much should I consume?
For general wellness a good starting point is a cup a day, ideally first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. Increase consumption at times when you feel as though your body has more to repair, heal or detox (for example, after training, traveling or a weekend of treats).
Those on a healing journey may find a cup with each meal beneficial to their treatment plan as many practitioners recommend consuming broth several times per day depending upon the severity of their symptoms.
Basically, you can’t ever have too much broth, so consume as much as you like, whenever you like.
How do I use it?
Just one teaspoon of Bone Broth Concentrate added to a cup of hot water will make a delicious cup of broth in less time than it takes to make a cup of tea. But don’t stop there – our Concentrates are extremely versatile so there are endless possibilities when it comes to incorporating broth into your everyday diet.
Stir through mashed veg (great for fussy kids), sauces and marinades, smoothies and even your morning coffee. And here’s an insider’s’ tip – add to your gravy mix for the best gravy you have ever tasted.
Is your broth dehydrated?
No – you will see nothing but thick, concentrated, unaltered broth in our jars.
How long are your bones cooked for?
To make the Concentrate we use a completely unique proprietary process that was formulated by continuously testing the finished product for the absolute maximum nutrient density possible.
It involves various cooking temperatures at specific times as well as other proprietary processes to purify and filter the bone broth to a point where the nutrients drawn out are so thick they literally stick to spoon.
What you see is only what is drawn out of the bones, herbs and spices to flavour and naturally evaporated sea salt to help preserve it. No water, no vegetables or fillers to thicken it. Every super thick and sticky teaspoon is mother nature’s glue ready to be absorbed and go to work exactly where your body needs it!
* Please note – We never dehydrate or destructure our broth in anyway.
Where do you source your bones?
We take pride in sourcing only the best quality bones from the healthiest cattle we can find.
Our Bone Broths are proudly made from only 100% Australian Grass Fed and finished cattle – from the beautiful Darling Downs Region. All bones are also hormone and antibiotic free.