Bone Broth has been made for hundreds of years by our grandparents and their grandparents due to its traditional history as an elixir for the unwell. Often referred to as ‘chicken soup for the soul’, our broth contains naturally occurring nutrients such as B Vitamins and Zinc to support immune health. Leading busy lives can make it hard to find time to make broth from scratch. The Chicken Bone Broth powder is ready in seconds, as tasty and nutritious as homemade and easy to take on the go!
NUTRIENTS FOR IMMUNE HEALTH
Our Bone Broth is naturally loaded with essential vitamins for immunity. Zinc is an essential mineral for supporting our immune system and also contributes to cell protection from free radicals. B Vitamins help our metabolism, which will also enable the body to utilise the energy we get from food, and assist with tiredness and fatigue. Vitamin B12 also helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue whilst supporting immunity.
HOW IS CHICKEN BONE BROTH MADE?
Chicken bones are added to filtered water and apple cider vinegar (to maximise nutrient extraction) then slow cooked for over 12 hours. The broth is then strained for impurities and the fat is skimmed off the top. It is gently refractance dried into a powder, taking care to preserve the nutritional profile.
Simply add 1 heaped tablespoon (8 g) to 200 ml of boiling water for a hearty cup of goodness. Use as a base for soups, stews, sauces and gravies for nutrition and taste. Make a broth bowl by adding a selection of veggies and noodles. Serve hot.
Free Range Chicken Bone Broth Powder* (Chicken Bones*, Filtered Water, Apple Cider Vinegar*, Himalayan Salt) (83 %), Roasted Chicken Powder (Roasted Chicken, Tapioca Starch, Ginger, Rosemary), Deactivated Savoury Flakes, Himalayan Crystal Salt, Black Pepper.
|Serving Size - 8 g||Servings per pack - 12.5|
Per 100 g
PANTOTHENIC ACID (B5)
Percentage Daily Intakes/Recommended Dietary Intakes based on the average adult diet of 8700 kJ per day.
Manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing fish, shellfish, eggs, soy, tree nuts, lupin and sesame.