The Bone Broth Trend, Described

 

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Bone broth first exploded in popularity a couple years ago thanks in part to the rise in popularity of the Paleo lifestyle. The diet’s emphasis on grass-fed meat and homemade, additive-free, unprocessed food makes bone broth a no-brainer. The current passion for rediscovering time-honored superfoods (chia, anyone?) also helped it gain traction. 30 Jan 2019 Among staple nutritional trends, such as plant-based, low carb and high protein, bone broth is also being highlighted for its nutritional value and health benefits. The substance is touted as promoting gut health, easing joint pain and fighting inflammation.

Bone broth is a stock that is made with animal bones and simmered for a long time. What differentiates it as a wellness trend is the care put into brewing bone broth. Stock used in cooking can be made in two to three hours—or less if you use a pressure cooker—but a good bone broth is generally simmered for 24 hours or more. Bone broth first exploded in popularity a couple years ago thanks in part to the rise in popularity of the Paleo lifestyle. The diet’s emphasis on grass-fed meat and homemade, additive-free, unprocessed food makes bone broth a no-brainer.

The current passion for rediscovering time-honored superfoods (chia, anyone?) also helped it gain traction. Bone broth began trending for a reason: nutritionists and doctors the world over are willing to sing its praises and recommend it as a healthy and power-packed superfood. However, some disagree with the claims that bone broth is a healthy or beneficial part of any regular diet. The more popular bone broth gets, the more demand there is for the “waste” of butchers, the more animals get killed in the long run. Why kill animals for some nebulous health claims?

You can get your fill of plants with nebulous health claims. Bone broth does contain relatively large amounts of collagen, a specialized protein that is found in skin and connective tissue. The idea is that collagen—which is also known as gelatin —will strengthen and rebuild the cartilage in our joints and plump up our sagging skin.

However, the science to support this is fairly weak. Bone broth is a highly nutritious stock made by simmering animal bones and connective tissue. Using acid, such as vinegar or lemon juice, breaks down.

Boiling up a big pot of animal bones is no longer just the pastime of Jewish grandmothers knocking up a batch of chicken soup: hipsters and health nuts have adopted bone broth as the latest in a. This process allows for components of the bone, including the cartilage, collagen, bone marrow and some of the bone itself, to be released into the broth. Compare this to traditional broth or soup stock, which is water simmered with vegetables, meat, herbs, and spices, and it may include bones.

Typically broth is cooked for 45 minutes to 2 hours.

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Binford and Bertram (1977:117) also note that, given the mineral reservoir function of living bone, seasonal nutritional stress might result in the skeletal elements of animals that died when well nourished being of higher density than those same bones in an animal that died when under nutritional stress.

“Vertebrate Taphonomy” by R. Lee Lyman, Cma Lyman, Graeme Barker, Peter Bogucki, Elizabeth Slater, Don Brothwell
from Vertebrate Taphonomy
by R. Lee Lyman, Cma Lyman, et. al.
Cambridge University Press, 1994

Bone broth is easier to make than you might think, and it has healing properties that go deeper than we can imagine.

“The Bone Broth Secret” by Louise Hay, Heather Dane
from The Bone Broth Secret
by Louise Hay, Heather Dane
Hay House, 2016

The rate of bone formation in endotherms is related to ontogeny, and generally does not undergo cyclical changes.

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from The Dinosauria, Second Edition
by David B. Weishampel, Peter Dodson, Halszka Osmólska
University of California Press, 2004

This trophic specialization is further reflected in shapes and relative sizes of bone elements of the skull, in particular those that are closely related to the function of the feeding apparatus, such as some of the tooth-bearing bones (Ingimarsson and Snorrason, unpublished).

“Adaptive Speciation” by Ulf Dieckmann, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Michael Doebeli, Johan A. J. Metz, Diethard Tautz
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by Ulf Dieckmann, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, et. al.
Cambridge University Press, 2004

Bone formation begins during the second month of fetal life when calcium salts are deposited in the intercellular substance (matrix) to form calcified cartilage first and then true bone.

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by Shannon E. Perry, Marilyn J. Hockenberry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

Increases in bone turnover indices are observed in early gestation.

“Pediatric Bone: Biology and Diseases” by Francis H. Glorieux, John M. Pettifor, Harald Juppner
from Pediatric Bone: Biology and Diseases
by Francis H. Glorieux, John M. Pettifor, Harald Juppner
Elsevier Science, 2011

More recently, of course, this form of bone growth has been observed by tetracycline labelling and radioisotopes such as 85Sr (Milch et al., 1958; Shocket al., 1972).

“The Juvenile Skeleton” by Louise Scheuer, Sue Black
from The Juvenile Skeleton
by Louise Scheuer, Sue Black
Elsevier Science, 2004

Fluoride is known to stimulate bone formation in chickens (Lundy et al, 1992) but the increase in synthesis in hens during lay is evidently confined to medullary bone.

“Poultry Genetics, Breeding, and Biotechnology” by W. M. Muir, S. E. Aggrey
from Poultry Genetics, Breeding, and Biotechnology
by W. M. Muir, S. E. Aggrey
CABI Pub., 2003

The evaluative technique called “bone histomorphometry” was pioneered by Dr. Harold Frost in the early 1960s and has been a key tool for studying bone metabolism and, to a lesser degree, bone mass and structure, ever since.

“Osteoporosis” by Robert Marcus, David Feldman, Dorothy Nelson, Clifford Rosen
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by Robert Marcus, David Feldman, et. al.
Elsevier Science, 2007

By contrast, irregular bones of the axial skeleton require much more processing effort to retrieve flesh and fat, especially when they are uncooked, thus having relatively higher unrealized nutritional value after field stripping.

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  • This episode is amazing, I almost never eat meat and very little animal products but I like the idea of making use of normally unthought of products like bones, might try this someday

  • Again broth and stock are two different liquids. Stock is unseasoned and broth is seasoned stock quite often with salt and other seasonings. EH!Borth can have as much as 1,000 mg of sodium.

  • i know this is an old video… But maybe i’m in luck you’ll see it.
    I have horrible leaky gut. I am currently taking L-glutamine and probiotics. I am vegan and mostly grain free. But my condition is bad. My new acupuncture doctor wanted me on collagen and bone broth. I didn’t know what it was. Now that i do,….No way. Is there anything else you could recommend to HEAL the gut lining and make it close itself? which is what bone broth was suppose to do i guess…

    thanks so much. Hope to hear from you, Violet.:)

  • Hi, I wanted to know do you take vegan collagen powder? I just found out the collagen that I was taking was grass fed and I dnt want to take that ANYMORE. Are their any suggestions of a vegan collagen powder? Thanks for all of your knowledge!!

  • Popularized by Paleo folks, huh? I never new Paleolithic humans had big pots around where they cooked up bone broth.

    Learn something new everyday.

  • There are a ton of NDs and scientific studies are present today. I am a vegetarian and won’t eat bone broth but if you can it is an easier way to get it.

  • This is great Dana! Love what you’re doing and thank you for the insight! I’m representing a brand that is doing bone broth, so this was very helpful!

  • My gram use to give me this when i was a kid, to this day i still drink it when im sick it taste great and makes me feel better dont know why it just does,… miss you gram

  • Thank You so much for answering my question Heather!!! VERY helpful and I really appreciate you doing some research on this matter:)

  • I really appreciate that your advice is always based on sound nutritional information and doesn’t succumb to the latest easy way out, cure-all trend garnering a lot of media attention.

    A plug for Heather’s Soba Noodle Salad recipe with the dashi stock. It’s so good that I frequently crave it and it has become a regular in my meal repertoire!

  • My gut was a MRE Disaster.
    I was on meds for acid reflux. And it about killed me. I started drinking bone broth and 50 billion cfu* probiotics shit I feel fine now. I’m eating a 20oz bone ribeye. No vegetables bro

  • White mushroom (Asian kind that looks like a sponge) I believe is also used for supple skin instead of collagen. The mushroom itself has a gelatinous texture when boiled and it’s delicious in soups.

  • Chicken stock is better to start with. I need to say it. Vegans eat because of ethics. Please do not force these ethics on others by then attacking people who do not eat like your emotions drive you as a vegan

  • People should start specifying if it’s an American (USA) grown “food” or actual food… in studies and in videos like this. Just because the “food” in the USA’s studies is full of led and hormones and what not, doesn’t mean that actual food is full of that nasty stuff, most countries have actual somewhat healthy and anti poison food regulations. Bone broth is healthy, really healthy, if you make it out of actual bones, if you use synthetic, led filled, plastic coated, hormone injected “bones” you’ll have a shitty and unhealthy bone broth. Don’t eliminate food, eat better, healthier, cleaner, actual food.

  • He’s in sw3rige epitome of malnourishment… You need to drink bone broth… Ppl won’t feel warm and happy after vegan meals… They dance to blenders to warm up lol

  • Bone broth is also big in some Paleo diets, especially those with a focus on healing auto-immune issues. I agree it’s a trend that’s not going to go away soon.  

  • I just watched Thomas DeLauer vid on bone broth, & he cites several studies that seem legit. https://youtu.be/WZ5fELeV-wM
    Of course, he’s also selling a collagen supplement lol. But, you think his sources are viable?

  • The Collagen is to help protect the stomach and help prevent leaky gut. You should do more unbiased research. Plus organic does not mean cage free and free range in chickens so you missed that point

  • Seriously, as much as I have enjoyed binging (no pun intended) so many of these videos in the last 5 days, so far Babish freaking out his girlfriend (and hearing her reactions) has to be one of my favorite moments.

  • This video gave me flashbacks to my grandparents bone Jell-O aka Haladets/ Холодец. They never put any seasoning in it, not even salt. It’s kind of unstable and melts on your spoon and then tongue very unevenly which is not only extremely unsatisfying but also triggers your throat to swallow even though your taste buds and sanity scream at you to spit it out. It looks like curdled semen and tastes like warm steam with a distinct, meaty flavor. I love the store bought stuff which is more meat than Aspik and also clear rather than milky but whenever I see bone broth now, I cringe. This looks pretty good though, ngl

  • my nanna straight up just eats chicken feet. idk how she cooks them because honestly i don’t wanna see that but she uh. she eats them.

  • I love that you don’t only make food that is “of this time” but also food that was made in “good old days” just like my mom and gran used to make. Bone broth was a drink I used to drink all the time and tbh it gave me more energy then any energy drink could ever give me!!

  • I love that you don’t only make food that is “of this time” but also food that was made in “good old days” just like my mom and gran used to make. Bone broth was a drink I user to drink all the time and tbh it gave me more energy then any energy drink could ever give me!!

  • Thank you for this video. I love the idea of a vegan broth alternative and I am going to make some today. Although I make a basic homemade veggie broth using only vegetables, I think the dashi miso stock will be a nice option to add to my cooking repertoire.

  • Awwww man my grandma used to make me bone broth for me and my siblings during the winter! (At least I think it was bone broth, it tasted vaguely metallic, but still delicious) My family lives in Canada so it gets pretty cold, and hot soup is AMAZING.

  • My gram use to give me this when i was a kid, to this day i still drink it when im sick it taste great and makes me feel better dont know why it just does,… miss you gram

  • He somewhat reminds me of Louis Theroux. His questioning is this odd critical-thinking-passive-commentary on social norms and ideas.

    Statements like:
    “Online interaction” 1:00
    “Primitive” 2:18
    “meat smoking” 2:29

    There are others in other videos, it’s a cool commentary style

  • I appreciate this so much! I have health issues and had been visiting naturopathic healthcare professionals and they continuously recommended bone broth. Sometimes i feel as if I am getting slapped on the wrist over my choice to not incorporate animal products into my diet, especially when, as the healthcare professionals have firmly stated, “there is no other way to heal.” I have already been doing research and have found alternatives, however, it was especially helpful to watch this video as it has caused me not to feel so alone. <3

  • In my country this is called sopa de res we put vegetables. My grandparents from both side pass away at the age of 95 healthy, my mother now is 90.

  • Seriously, as much as I have enjoyed binging (no pun intended) so many of these videos in the last 5 days, so far Babish freaking out his girlfriend (and hearing her reactions) has to be one of my favorite moments.

  • Uhhh doesnt the pressure cooker take MORE of the gelatin out? There was a pressure pot designed in the 1700s SPECIFICALLY to make gelatin for desserts. Why would you possibly need to add any??

  • Have you tried “Snow Fungus”? It has lots of plant collagen, it is super nutritious. Im starting to use it in soups, shakes, etc. I make a serum from it that I apply to my skin every day as a toner before my moisturizer. Here’s a useful link: https://youtu.be/yf_Nr2i2b6Q

  • This is like selling your soul to the devil for a measly placebo effect. It is off putting to the max. Who in their right mind? Well stupid humans thats who.

  • What an absolute travesty. Perhaps the most beautifully marbled short rib and oxtail I’ve ever seen and they’re wasted on a broth.

    I’m all for broth, but these cuts are far too nice to waste on a broth. Would rather see a nice braise with good quality meat.

  • Really? You are bashing collagen now. You really do have an agenda my friend and it isn’t truth. I’ll keep my smooth glowing hair and skin. I’ll choose my experience over some far away white lab coat. This channel is propaganda.

  • I don’t really care if it works or not…
    Tbh bone broth soup tastes so good! And all things will be bad if u overconsumed it…
    Even veggies..

    Also, u talk about lead in bone broth etc but well…
    How about e.coli and other bacteria in your veggies..

  • Mr bias. Anything that comes from an animal is bad for us and everything that comes from a plant isn’t. Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. It’s made of the amino acids glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline. By eating collagen, you get a ton of these amino acids, then your body has an easier time making collagen. It’s not that complicated to understand. Eat protein to make protein, eat fats to make fats, eat carbs for energy. You can drink bone broth AND eat plants rich in vitamin C and other compounds that help collagen synthesis. It’s not one or the other type of dilemma.

  • It just shows you that everything is in the name. If it were called consommé I doubt it would be as trendy as brodo. It also points out that perhaps people are leery of the word “stock” because the associate it with a powder or from a carton rather than from scratch these days. I do applaud this movement bringing people back to the foundations of solid gastronomy.

  • Hi, I really like all the sound tracks on your video. Have you ever consider create a play list? Let me know, i will totally subscribe
    Thanks

  • The fact that you showed us studies from the 70s and 90s made me lol at your video & proves you just have an agenda for your lifestyle. To each their own.

  • This is not how you make beef bone stock. Whatever she made didn’t turn out the way it should. She robbed herself of tons of nutrients, etc

  • Add the rest of the spices and you have Vietnamese Pho!  contrary to western Eurocentric belief:
    Pho has Chinese influences not french.  The seasoning base is 5 spices blend originally from China also used in a few other Vietnamese soups. Pot au feu uses spices they took back to france from Asia: cloves, coriander, ginger, cinnamon, peppercorn etc.There are several Chinese beef soup that Pho likely based on. Chinese Soup NGAU LAM is one of them. A base of 7-5 spices blend in Ngau Lam.

  • I have always opted for “alternative” strategies with most minor health issues and believed I had a very balanced diet/exercise thing going on and I was skeptical about the collagen/broth thing. If something suddenly gets promoted as “the next best thing for blah blah…” I usually ignore it. However, I have been consuming grass fed, biodynamic beef bone broth for the last 5 weeks or so and I genuinely have noticed a difference in the texture of my skin, improvement in nail growth but more impotantly for me, a HUGE reduction in joint pain. I’m not promoting beef broth specifically, just sharing my experience with it.

  • Better to bake marrow bones first, eat the marrow, then use the bones. No need to clean them in that case. Use Knuckle bones, marrow bones, pigs feet, etc. You want to simmer them with apple cider vinegar and water (no veggies) for 24 hours at least. 
    Has to be a long process or you won’t get the best that these bones have to offer. 

  • What an absolute travesty. Perhaps the most beautifully marbled short rib and oxtail I’ve ever seen and they’re wasted on a broth.

    I’m all for broth, but these cuts are far too nice to waste on a broth. Would rather see a nice braise with good quality meat.

  • Bone broth has hyaluronic acid and collagen which as we age we produce less of naturally, which is why it’s good for us! We need both animal fat and lots of veggies and fruits…you can’t cut out anything…it has to be balanced diet!

  • He sounds like God…. dammit I cant put my finger on it it was like some guy who would talk about top 5 or something idk oh YEAH THE SIMPLE HISTORY GO WATCH THAT AND COME BACK TO THE beginning and you wont be the same

  • Its unusual from a natural health doc to recommend something processed, as opposed to making it at home from whole foods. You dont know what they have put into it after all. I am wondering why do you recommend it? My only guess is, it is still better than candy bars, maybe a bridge/temporary solution for someone who is transitioning into a whole food diet.

  • this is not new folks gees go back and hunt up your great grandma’s cook books No msg’s no preservatives no added junk or fillers good grief folks jump on a band wagon that is over 500 yrs old really new huh?   eat real food get out of the fast food jungle and cook at home from SCRATCH  like our families used to  

  • Great video! But I’ve gotta say that this music makes me wanna drop everything I have to trek coast to coast even if it ends up horribly.

  • Kombu dashi is a great alternative and I really appreciate this video with your personal thoughts on the subject Thank you! A naturopath just recommended bone broth to me after a doctor prescribed an extensive course of antibiotics that destroyed my gut bacteria, but I know that raw kombucha works just as good if not better and so does raw apple cider vinegar. I have even used a few drops of raw apple cider vinegar mixed into each serving of food every day to heal my cat’s gut after antibiotics destroyed his gut flora and it worked within 2 weeks. Keep posting these videos!

  • Sorry but I start drinking it and my skin and scalp was never healthier without redness ;). You should also try it for your skin 😉 there are tons of micro nutrients

  • Thank you for this video. I love the idea of a vegan broth alternative and I am going to make some today. Although I make a basic homemade veggie broth using only vegetables, I think the dashi miso stock will be a nice option to add to my cooking repertoire.

  • Believe what you want… it works on healing the gut. Heals intestinal lining. Vegans simply HATE any animal products. Yet… they believe plants aren’t alive? Lol. Plants want to live like any living animal. Plants have more calcium?? Lmao. Ignorance is bliss I guess. A plants nutrients are only as good as the soil it was grown in. My opinion? This guy is a regurgitating moron shamelessly promoting the vegan fad (95% of all vegans last 6 weeks before eating meat again). Organ meats are the key to a healthy body. Muscle meats are less healthy. Stop spreading lies, the longest lived cultures on earth eat eggs for breakfast EVERY DAY. The oldest woman that ever lived in history had bacon & eggs every day. Extreme diets like veganism are just silly. Notice how he’s reading off a q card. This info is not coming from his own experience or brain.

    Fact: liver has more nutrients than 100lbs of vegetables. Deal with it.

  • This was made 7 months ago man I will miss just waiting by the bus stop with my friends in the cold that was fun seeing this video for the first time while just getting into the madilorian

  • Bone Broth has been part of my childhood. Both my Trinidadian and Filipino sides of my family serve bone broth:) I enjoy your Food Trends TV episodes, Dana!

  • Will rediscover bone broth this weekend. 35 years ago I used to make broth from bones as my mother had but kids,work,sports,time… Got in the way and what was quick and easier became the norm. Simmering some this weekend sounds comfy.

  • Better to bake marrow bones first, eat the marrow, then use the bones. No need to clean them in that case. Use Knuckle bones, marrow bones, pigs feet, etc. You want to simmer them with apple cider vinegar and water (no veggies) for 24 hours at least. 
    Has to be a long process or you won’t get the best that these bones have to offer. 

  • How vegetables can have more calcium being carbohydrates and water than bones which are mainly made of calcium and are rock solid? You don’t need a research for everything in your life, some things you just know by intuition.

  • This is an older video of Mike’s. Although I thoroughly agree with the conclusions this video, it was presented in such a way that it would be insulting to those who may be searching for health answers. It comes off as snarky “you are idiots” vs I’m sharing science and studies with you, thus I doubt Mike’s intended goal “to help people” was achieved.

  • To help remove blood? Is this assuming they came off of a freshly butchered cow, because anything you pick up in a store or from a butcher is already completely devoid of blood.

  • It’s helped me heal my gut. You’re a fraud with misinformation. Why would I want to listen to a man with such a high pitch voice? ������

  • Hahaha, a vegan is talking about bone broth. I am not telling you that people are omnivorous by nature. So, don’t tell me that eating only plants is natural. Good buy forever.

  • Uhhh doesnt the pressure cooker take MORE of the gelatin out? There was a pressure pot designed in the 1700s SPECIFICALLY to make gelatin for desserts. Why would you possibly need to add any??

  • Thank you for this! Liking, favoriting and subscribing! You are a voice of reason in this vast sea of idiots. Keep up the good work! ♥️

  • I made bone broth last week, it was dark brown and gelatin texture after fridge for 1 day covered with a lid. I used veggies for added nutritional value to the broth but not much. I cooked it for 2 days though.lol Awesome broth.

  • This video gave me flashbacks to my grandparents bone Jell-O aka Haladets/ Холодец. They never put any seasoning in it, not even salt. It’s kind of unstable and melts on your spoon and then tongue very unevenly which is not only extremely unsatisfying but also triggers your throat to swallow even though your taste buds and sanity scream at you to spit it out. It looks like curdled semen and tastes like warm steam with a distinct, meaty flavor. I love the store bought stuff which is more meat than Aspik and also clear rather than milky but whenever I see bone broth now, I cringe. This looks pretty good though, ngl

  • I love this, no waste. I’m sure it’s not as healthy as a vegetable or never eating anything from an animal again but it’s brilliant

  • 0:37 Major spoilers? Wow! I can’t believe I spoiled myself by reading that Baby Yoda sipped some soup! There’s no other way I would’ve found that out otherwise!

  • Eat collagen rich food helps body rebuild collagen, that is bone broth, not leafy greens which have zero absorbable protein, let alone collagen. People really have to confuse themselves ridiculously to get this simple idea wrong.

  • I don’t care if bone broth is unhealthy it’s delicious as hell. Also if you’re drinking /cooking with bone broth and no vegetables you’re weird

  • Strange, that people who are against bone broth almost always look pale, malnourished and have those vegan hollowed out eye sockets. No thanks, I’ll stick to a balanced diet and the occasional cup of broth. It’s been OK for me for almost 60 years.

  • Have you tried “Snow Fungus”? It has lots of plant collagen, it is super nutritious. Im starting to use it in soups, shakes, etc. I make a serum from it that I apply to my skin every day as a toner before my moisturizer. Here’s a useful link: https://youtu.be/yf_Nr2i2b6Q

  • “Soak for 20mins”, “boil for 10 mins”, “rinse”….??? Never heard of this, how much flavor and nutrients do you think you are wasting by this method?

  • Thank you! I’m currently studying holistic nutrition at a very reputable school, and they talk about bone broth often, however they do not elaborate on the important details, such as WHY there MAY be benefits, and where those benefits (i.e. the minerals) originated from (…plants!). I unfortunately, so far, find the program to be largely resistant to veganism, despite there being a mind-body-soul and environmental angle taken, which makes so little sense to me. I’m realizing that no matter what we are being taught, it will always incorporate the bias of the instructor (which, if you’re lucky, they will make very obvious), or there may be information that they simply are not aware of (perhaps because they’ve chosen to disregard it in order to preserve the ideas they have about their own dietary preferences and traditions one example: “milk IS a good source of calcium!”… you’ve got to be kidding me!). I hope, as the program continues, that more open-minded, progressive and up to date instructors enter the mix. It’s so disheartening to hear naturopathic doctors and holistic nutritionists talk about “pushy vegans” and say you can’t build muscle without animal protein (I almost died when I heard that!!!).:)

  • “Soak for 20mins”, “boil for 10 mins”, “rinse”….??? Never heard of this, how much flavor and nutrients do you think you are wasting by this method?

  • I’ve been a vegetarian for 10 years but have been thinking about trying out organic bone broth. Won’t bother me to consume a by-product of the animal that usually gets wasted.

  • Thank you for this! Liking, favoriting and subscribing! You are a voice of reason in this vast sea of idiots. Keep up the good work! ♥️

  • 0:37 Major spoilers? Wow! I can’t believe I spoiled myself by reading that Baby Yoda sipped some soup! There’s no other way I would’ve found that out otherwise!

  • I love bone broth. Matter of fact I’m cooking some now with the turkey I slaughtered myself for thanksgiving. But don’t think it is the elixir of life. It just taste really really delicious.

  • Thanks for your incredibly hostile arguments on why nobody should ever consume bone broth.
    I don’t care about the animals, okay? I have gut issues, and I’m not gonna eat a bunch of leafy greens and spend my whole fxxking life on the toilet because you suggest that bone broth is worse than leafy greens.
    Furthermore, the main thing that bone broth does is heal the gut lining. You didn’t debunk any of that. I’m going to consume bone broth for several months, and I’m still going to be plant-based. Your arguments aren’t enough to keep me vegan.
    If it’s me or the livestock, I’m going to choose me every time.
    And I was hoping you were actually going to say something constructive and useful to me.
    And all you did was back up your beliefs with quotes ��
    Veganism really is a religion.
    Since gut healing, and healing of the gut lining is the biggest claim that bone broth does, I have to disregard like most of your videos now. You’re so biased. Thanks for showing me how biased.

  • How Funny, this is Grammas soup without real veggies you can see in it. I suggest using a pressure cooker for the bonesunless there is a reason not to (which I do not know of). I used to make my own turkey or chicken broths. Boil it a few hours, keep adding water to it, celery and onion etc. Freeze for later or make a full soup, chicken and dumplings or whatever. Gravies. MMM:)

  • Its unusual from a natural health doc to recommend something processed, as opposed to making it at home from whole foods. You dont know what they have put into it after all. I am wondering why do you recommend it? My only guess is, it is still better than candy bars, maybe a bridge/temporary solution for someone who is transitioning into a whole food diet.

  • I’d love a video on the GAPs diet, it’s supposed to work for healing the gut but is very high in animal fat..I wonder if the health benefits are more the result of leaving out all processed food

  • Add the rest of the spices and you have Vietnamese Pho!  contrary to western Eurocentric belief:
    Pho has Chinese influences not french.  The seasoning base is 5 spices blend originally from China also used in a few other Vietnamese soups. Pot au feu uses spices they took back to france from Asia: cloves, coriander, ginger, cinnamon, peppercorn etc.There are several Chinese beef soup that Pho likely based on. Chinese Soup NGAU LAM is one of them. A base of 7-5 spices blend in Ngau Lam.

  • To help remove blood? Is this assuming they came off of a freshly butchered cow, because anything you pick up in a store or from a butcher is already completely devoid of blood.

  • 1. People dont take bone broth for calcium.
    2. It doesnt heal wounds. The collagen in the bones help the skin and blood cells.
    3. Yes we know plants help the body produce the protein collagen better.
    4. No one said collagen is a good source of amino acids.
    5. People who consume bone broth also eat a shit ton of leafy greens and cruciferous vegetables.
    6. I’ve been keto 3 months, still not sick lol.
    7. Yeah if you eat shit meat you get shit health. You failed to mention that its poorly sourced animal products causing issues.
    8. Lead exposure? Is that a fucking joke? You do know if you get shit sources of plants you also get lead exposure? Dude your arguments are fallacies.
    9. Organic doesnt mean grass fed, you idiot. You need to do more research into how animals are farmed and how it effects the nutrition once consumed.
    10. Animal fats dont clog arteries that has been bunked several years ago.
    11. Propagandist. At its finest.

  • I started drinking green smoothies and eating greens and felt great and lost alot of weight. Then after awhile i started getting constipation very badly ( had to go to the dr and they said i had an impacted bowel ). I have diverticulitis. I started looking into the bone broth diet and it helped with the constipation. I really dont like the bone broth ( heartburn tasteless ). Then i read that i must drink lots and lots of water to equal out all the fiber i was taking in from the green smoothies. Do you think its ok to use collagen powder supplements? Will that do the same as the actual bone broth?

  • There are a ton of NDs and scientific studies are present today. I am a vegetarian and won’t eat bone broth but if you can it is an easier way to get it.

  • In my country this is called sopa de res we put vegetables. My grandparents from both side pass away at the age of 95 healthy, my mother now is 90.

  • Thanks for making this video I’m also fed up hearing about bone broth as someone with a chronic illness I hear it all the time lol. so glad I’m plant based xx

  • Thank You so much for answering my question Heather!!! VERY helpful and I really appreciate you doing some research on this matter:)

  • Thank you! I’m currently studying holistic nutrition at a very reputable school, and they talk about bone broth often, however they do not elaborate on the important details, such as WHY there MAY be benefits, and where those benefits (i.e. the minerals) originated from (…plants!). I unfortunately, so far, find the program to be largely resistant to veganism, despite there being a mind-body-soul and environmental angle taken, which makes so little sense to me. I’m realizing that no matter what we are being taught, it will always incorporate the bias of the instructor (which, if you’re lucky, they will make very obvious), or there may be information that they simply are not aware of (perhaps because they’ve chosen to disregard it in order to preserve the ideas they have about their own dietary preferences and traditions one example: “milk IS a good source of calcium!”… you’ve got to be kidding me!). I hope, as the program continues, that more open-minded, progressive and up to date instructors enter the mix. It’s so disheartening to hear naturopathic doctors and holistic nutritionists talk about “pushy vegans” and say you can’t build muscle without animal protein (I almost died when I heard that!!!).:)

  • He sounds like God…. dammit I cant put my finger on it it was like some guy who would talk about top 5 or something idk oh YEAH THE SIMPLE HISTORY GO WATCH THAT AND COME BACK TO THE beginning and you wont be the same

  • White mushroom (Asian kind that looks like a sponge) I believe is also used for supple skin instead of collagen. The mushroom itself has a gelatinous texture when boiled and it’s delicious in soups.

  • Hey bud, cool down and watch this video first and think again.
    secondly, so you are a vegi guy, how does it feel when you eat plants ALIVE?????
    Yes ALIVE!!!!! I am an Horticulturist and I am telling you those plants you are eating they are ALIVE as long as they are fresh and if try to cook them, then you are cooking those poor plants ALIVE. Think again my friend:):)
    At least we are eating a dead creature, how about that???????
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnjX3cZ4q84

  • Bone broth and collagen powder seams to be a scam.
    I had joint pain. Had organic bone broth powder for 2 days and it made the pain worse.

  • Awwww man my grandma used to make me bone broth for me and my siblings during the winter! (At least I think it was bone broth, it tasted vaguely metallic, but still delicious) My family lives in Canada so it gets pretty cold, and hot soup is AMAZING.

  • Bone broth is good for healing your gut lining which is incredible for your immune system. Most if not all studies done on meat are done with factory farmed, antibiotic pumped, hormone given meat. I buy all my meat from a farmer named Joel Salatin who farms in what he calls a “integrity style farming method” in which animals are pasture raised and mimicking their natural living patterns. This is also great for the ecology as land needs disruption. I’m getting off track here, but my point is that grass fed, grass finished beef or chicken bone broth is undeniably healthy for you. How the meat was raised makes ALL the difference in nutritional density! And side note, we have been eating bone broth and animal products since the beginning of time. It’s why you and I are here!

  • I recommend putting it in the fridge for a few hours so the fat turns into a solid that you toss in the trash. There is way to much fat in the broth.

  • The animals that are used for producing the animal products were subjected to cruelty and abuse. There is no way around that. Tolerating that abuse and cruelty because a person does not witness it firsthand means that person is being ethically destitute.

  • All the horrible stuff happening in this world and you’re concerned about another humans dietary choices. This is a privileged perspective. This is also why people can’t stand holier than thou art vegans. I think some fatty acids might build up your brain up again or the damage may just be done.

  • Lmao you’re an absolute moron �� still waiting for your imminent “why I’m no longer vegan” video. I will have that shit on repeat all day ����

  • Kombu dashi is a great alternative and I really appreciate this video with your personal thoughts on the subject Thank you! A naturopath just recommended bone broth to me after a doctor prescribed an extensive course of antibiotics that destroyed my gut bacteria, but I know that raw kombucha works just as good if not better and so does raw apple cider vinegar. I have even used a few drops of raw apple cider vinegar mixed into each serving of food every day to heal my cat’s gut after antibiotics destroyed his gut flora and it worked within 2 weeks. Keep posting these videos!

  • Great video! But I’ve gotta say that this music makes me wanna drop everything I have to trek coast to coast even if it ends up horribly.

  • Hi, I really like all the sound tracks on your video. Have you ever consider create a play list? Let me know, i will totally subscribe
    Thanks

  • Soooo the part about how unsanitary chicken makes a kitchen really hit home with me. I’m mostly vegan myself (i eat local backyard chicken eggs, saw you have a video on this & am interested to hear it soon) BUT i have been making my dogs food the past few months because i was wanting to at least choose local pasture raised meats for them, & to use less meat. I haven’t been able to find anything pasture raised that you can buy. YES i do know there are vegan options, i have heard a lot of mixed things on how healthy it is to feed this to dogs…i really want to learn more & am actively immersed in learning & being a better citizen of this earth with every spare moment i have from my very busy job…anyway now I’m sort of freaked out about cooking my dogs food & rethinking it. If Mic or anyone else has any ideas for me plz let me know.

  • I made bone broth last week, it was dark brown and gelatin texture after fridge for 1 day covered with a lid. I used veggies for added nutritional value to the broth but not much. I cooked it for 2 days though.lol Awesome broth.

  • my nanna straight up just eats chicken feet. idk how she cooks them because honestly i don’t wanna see that but she uh. she eats them.

  • This episode is amazing, I almost never eat meat and very little animal products but I like the idea of making use of normally unthought of products like bones, might try this someday

  • the thing with sourcream dill and salt sauce is that when you add it to the soup it has to mix with it… or add garlick to it for solid foods 😉

  • How Funny, this is Grammas soup without real veggies you can see in it. I suggest using a pressure cooker for the bonesunless there is a reason not to (which I do not know of). I used to make my own turkey or chicken broths. Boil it a few hours, keep adding water to it, celery and onion etc. Freeze for later or make a full soup, chicken and dumplings or whatever. Gravies. MMM:)

  • This was made 7 months ago man I will miss just waiting by the bus stop with my friends in the cold that was fun seeing this video for the first time while just getting into the madilorian

  • I was watching this after working at my computer for about 10 hours. When you said to add the “quote unquote gringer bones” I genuinely thought to myself. Jeez this guy has such high quality videos but he couldnt afford gringer bones, come on man. I think I need to sleep

  • I did bone broth. And it brought me to veganism. It helped me because the cooking equipment is the same. Slow cooker. But Dr. Greger really persuaded me.

  • the thing with sourcream dill and salt sauce is that when you add it to the soup it has to mix with it… or add garlick to it for solid foods 😉

  • I love that you don’t only make food that is “of this time” but also food that was made in “good old days” just like my mom and gran used to make. Bone broth was a drink I used to drink all the time and tbh it gave me more energy then any energy drink could ever give me!!

  • An excellent vegan source of collagen production support and bone building nutrients is sea moss or Irish sea moss. People have been using it for centuries because of its high mineral content and other health strengthening components. Just be sure it is wild caught and not from a supplement company that may be using a factory produced version which is not the same thing.

  • I appreciate this so much! I have health issues and had been visiting naturopathic healthcare professionals and they continuously recommended bone broth. Sometimes i feel as if I am getting slapped on the wrist over my choice to not incorporate animal products into my diet, especially when, as the healthcare professionals have firmly stated, “there is no other way to heal.” I have already been doing research and have found alternatives, however, it was especially helpful to watch this video as it has caused me not to feel so alone. <3

  • I was watching this after working at my computer for about 10 hours. When you said to add the “quote unquote gringer bones” I genuinely thought to myself. Jeez this guy has such high quality videos but he couldnt afford gringer bones, come on man. I think I need to sleep

  • I recommend putting it in the fridge for a few hours so the fat turns into a solid that you toss in the trash. There is way to much fat in the broth.

  • i know this is an old video… But maybe i’m in luck you’ll see it.
    I have horrible leaky gut. I am currently taking L-glutamine and probiotics. I am vegan and mostly grain free. But my condition is bad. My new acupuncture doctor wanted me on collagen and bone broth. I didn’t know what it was. Now that i do,….No way. Is there anything else you could recommend to HEAL the gut lining and make it close itself? which is what bone broth was suppose to do i guess…

    thanks so much. Hope to hear from you, Violet.:)

  • bone broth is actually a very economical thing to make at home and buy sometimes. there are many things that are used to make it like chicken feet, chicken carcasses, and marrow bones that would other wise just get thrown away if people didn’t make it.

  • I started drinking green smoothies and eating greens and felt great and lost alot of weight. Then after awhile i started getting constipation very badly ( had to go to the dr and they said i had an impacted bowel ). I have diverticulitis. I started looking into the bone broth diet and it helped with the constipation. I really dont like the bone broth ( heartburn tasteless ). Then i read that i must drink lots and lots of water to equal out all the fiber i was taking in from the green smoothies. Do you think its ok to use collagen powder supplements? Will that do the same as the actual bone broth?

  • This is not how you make beef bone stock. Whatever she made didn’t turn out the way it should. She robbed herself of tons of nutrients, etc

  • I love this, no waste. I’m sure it’s not as healthy as a vegetable or never eating anything from an animal again but it’s brilliant

  • I love that you don’t only make food that is “of this time” but also food that was made in “good old days” just like my mom and gran used to make. Bone broth was a drink I user to drink all the time and tbh it gave me more energy then any energy drink could ever give me!!

  • I really appreciate that your advice is always based on sound nutritional information and doesn’t succumb to the latest easy way out, cure-all trend garnering a lot of media attention.

    A plug for Heather’s Soba Noodle Salad recipe with the dashi stock. It’s so good that I frequently crave it and it has become a regular in my meal repertoire!

  • this is not new folks gees go back and hunt up your great grandma’s cook books No msg’s no preservatives no added junk or fillers good grief folks jump on a band wagon that is over 500 yrs old really new huh?   eat real food get out of the fast food jungle and cook at home from SCRATCH  like our families used to  

  • Don’t like Bone Broth don’t drink Bone Broth.
    I love Bone Broth so I shall continue to buy or make & drink Bone Broth.

    And because of this video by a freak…I mean, a vegan desperately trying to convince people there is no good in consuming Bone Broth I shall have 2 servings before I retire for the night of some delicious chicken Bone Broth with a hint of turmeric in one & some ginger in the other.

    Now take that you, you, you, Vegan!!!

  • Thanks for making this video I’m also fed up hearing about bone broth as someone with a chronic illness I hear it all the time lol. so glad I’m plant based xx

  • Hi, I wanted to know do you take vegan collagen powder? I just found out the collagen that I was taking was grass fed and I dnt want to take that ANYMORE. Are their any suggestions of a vegan collagen powder? Thanks for all of your knowledge!!

  • He somewhat reminds me of Louis Theroux. His questioning is this odd critical-thinking-passive-commentary on social norms and ideas.

    Statements like:
    “Online interaction” 1:00
    “Primitive” 2:18
    “meat smoking” 2:29

    There are others in other videos, it’s a cool commentary style

  • Popularized by Paleo folks, huh? I never new Paleolithic humans had big pots around where they cooked up bone broth.

    Learn something new everyday.

  • Soup is wonderful… anytime, but winter is especially cruel!  A cup of broth is an excellent substitute for “coffee” break.  Must it be homemade?  it comes canned and dehydrated as well Much easier!!!  Is that as nutritious?