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What is Bone Broth?

Liquid bone broth with either meat, vegetables or both has been consumed for thousands of years in every culture due to their health benefits. It is one of the most nutrient dense foods you can consume; rich with essential vitamins and minerals that are hard to find combined with any other food group these days.

Bone broth is also now a staple in the Paleo diet and Keto diet due to their high levels of nutrition, easy to digest, healing benefits and can be used in any soup, casserole or stew. No other food group is made by the using the same process as bone broth, which utilises all parts of animals such as ligaments, tendons, bones, marrow, feet, organs and skin that cannot otherwise be consumed. It is brought to the boil then left to simmer for 24-48 hours before being strained and refrigerated (or frozen) as a liquid.

During the simmering process incredible healing compounds such as collagen, glycine, proline and glutamine are released from the meat and bones, which have the power to transform your health.

“Nutrition researchers Sally Fallon and Kaayla Daniel of the Weston A. Price Foundation explain that bone broths contain minerals in forms that your body can easily absorb: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, sulphur and others. They contain chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine, the compounds sold as pricey supplements to reduce inflammation, arthritis and joint pain,” explains Dr Josh Axe, pioneer in Function Medicine.

Health Benefits of Bone Broth

Here are just a few common health benefits associated with bone broth consumption:

What's in Bone Broth?

We use certified organic beef and/or chicken bones only and filtered water. Nothing else is added to this liquid bone broth. 

Often referred to as “nature’s multi-vitamin,” bone broth contains the following:

Provides the building blocks for proteins with 19+ easy, essential and non-essential amino acids to absorb

Glycosaminoglycans (GAG) - which support collagen, elastin and digestive health include glucosamine, hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate

Glucosamine – two main natural occurring types include hydrochloride and sulfate to maintain cartilage integrity to support joint health, flexibility and comfort

Hyaluronic Acid – contributes to cell production, differentiation and mitigation and assists cells perform their daily functions offering support for reducing signs of aging, cell rejuvenation and firmness of skin

Chondroitin Sulfate – found in the cartilage within the joints of animals it supports joint, cardiovascular, bone and skin health, as well as cholesterol levels

Minerals and Electrolytes – provides essential minerals and electrolytes including calcium, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus, which are important for supporting healthy circulation, nerve signalling functions, bone density, digestive health and heart health

Collagen – helps form connective tissues, seal the protective lining of the gastrointestinal tract, cover and hold our bones together, joint mobility and is also a rich source of gelatin ideal for those suffering from leaky gut syndrome

Arginine – supports immune system function, wound healing, production and release of growth hormone, regenerate damaged liver cells, production of sperm

Glycine – prevents breakdown of protein tissue like muscle, detoxifies the body, acts as antioxidant, neurotransmitter that improves sleep, memory and performance

Proline – regenerate cartilage, heal joints, reduce cellulite, supple skin, repair leaky gut

Glutamine – protects gut lining, metabolic fuel for cells in small intestine, improves metabolism and helps build muscle

Other nutrients include – iron, vitamins A, K, fatty acids, selenium, zinc and manganese

Allergies to Bone Broth

Dr KellyAnn explains the potential allergies related to bone broth if you suffer from a histamine intolerance, which is about 1% of global population.

“A few people, however, have a reaction to bone broth or supplements containing collagen. These people experience histamine intolerance symptoms such as headaches, digestive upsets, heart palpitations, and skin flushing. When this happens, a likely culprit is histamine intolerance, a problem that affects about 1% of people.

What are histamines?

Histamine is a neurotransmitter that plays an important role in keeping your immune system, your digestion, and your nervous system working right. Many foods are high in histamine, promote the release of histamine, or limit its breakdown. These foods include shellfish, nuts, chocolate, citrus fruits, tomatoes, black and green tea, spinach, fermented foods, collagen, and bone broth.

For the vast majority of people, the amount of histamine in a food simply isn’t an issue. If your system is working right, it immediately inactivates any histamine you don’t need, using two enzymes called DAO and HNMT, and that’s the end of the story.

Sometimes, however, things go wrong. A number of factors, from genetic mutations to medical conditions like Crohn’s disease, can lead to high levels of histamine. In some cases, the only solution may be to stay on a histamine intolerance diet forever.

However—and I want to emphasize this—the most common problem in people with histamine intolerance is a sick, leaky gut. In these cases, healing the gut may make histamine issues vanish.

There are two reasons for this. First, if you have an inflamed gut, DAO—which does much of its work in the intestine—can’t do its job right. As a result, it won’t break down enough histamine. Second, if your gut is leaky, histamines can escape through your gut wall, triggering a violent immune system reaction.

The solution is obvious: Fix your leaky gut, and DAO can rein in those histamines. In addition, histamines will stop escaping into your blood stream and setting off your immune system’s alarms.

So that’s the why behind this healing strategy.

How to go about building a rock-solid gut if you have histamine issues:

Cut grains, sugar, soy, dairy, and artificial ingredients out of your diet. All of these products damage your gut.

Initially, avoid even healthy foods that are high in histamines. Here’s a list of them. (Remember, however, that the histamine content of a food may vary depending on its age and other factors. Also, experts don’t always agree on which foods belong on the high-histamine list, so you may need to do a little experimenting.)

Eat egg yolks and fresh, lean meat and poultry. If you have leftovers, freeze them immediately. (The histamine level of meat increases over time.)

Eat fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, and healthy fats that aren’t on the high-histamine list.

Rather than drinking bone broth, drink meat broth (which cooks for only a few hours). It contains fewer histamines, and it’ll still help to heal your gut. When you make your broth, use or freeze it quickly.

Supplement wisely. Take vitamin C, which helps degrade histamine; vitamin B6, which helps DAO do its job; zinc, which is a powerful anti-inflammatory nutrient; and quercetin, which is a natural antihistamine.

Avoid alcohol.

Exercise, get enough sleep, and ease your stress with meditation, yoga, Tai Chi, or breathing exercises.”

Pregnancy

Foods that can help lower morning sickness symptoms include soups and bone broth. They provide a rich source of nutrients like collagen and electrolytes to keep hydrated.

How to Distinguish Between “Real” and “Fake” Bone Broth

It’s very important to be aware that a lot of broth and stock found in the supermarkets are NOT considered “real” bone broth. Most of those cartons and cans are filled with ingredients that have never even come in contact with real bones and use lab-produced meat flavours in cubes, soup and sauce mixes. Usually these products contain unfiltered water which would contain heavy metals, spices, and some type of preservatives or thickening agents – nothing that is good for you.

Some manufacturers even use MSG, Monosodium glutamate, which is recognised as meat flavour in Asian cuisine but is really a neurotoxin.

How Much Bone Broth Should I Consume Daily?

Here’s the dosage recommendation from global functional medical practitioner, Dr Josh Axe:

“I recommend consuming eight ounces (250mls) one to two times daily as a bone broth soup, a plain beverage or doing a bone broth fast to get all these wonderful bone broth benefits. I typically drink eight ounces upon waking every morning and recommend drinking bone broth daily.”

How To Consume Bone Broth

  1. As a hot tea - simply heat a cup full in a small saucepan, add ginger, turmeric, coconut oil (other spices and herbs) then pour into a mug and consume with as you would any other tea or hot drink. If you have broth at night before bed it will effectively coat your gastrointestinal tract and promote digestion throughout the night and can also have a calming and relaxing effect.

  2. To prepare and accompany gluten free 'grains' - bone broth not only adds flavour and protein, but most importantly digestibility to your grains. Instead of adding filtered water, replace your liquid with broth when cooking quinoa, buckwheat or even rice types.  

  3. To cook vegetables, casseroles, stews and soups - bone broth is often the base for most soups. You can lightly cook your green vegetables in the broth in a frying pan for fantastic flavour. You can even freeze the broth in ice cube trays and use in your favourite stir fry in place of stock.

 

How To Maximise Shelf Life of Bone Broth

Here are some storage tips on maximising shelf life:

  • How long does beef broth last in the freezer? Properly stored, it will maintain best quality for about 6 months, but will remain safe beyond that time.
  • The freezer time shown is for best quality only - beef broth that has been kept constantly frozen at 0°F will keep safe indefinitely.
  • How long does beef broth last after being frozen and thawed? Beef broth that has been defrosted in the fridge can be kept for an additional 3 to 4 days in the refrigerator before using; beef broth that was thawed in the microwave or in cold water should be used immediately.
  • How can you tell if opened beef broth is bad or spoiled? The best way is to smell and look at the beef broth: if the beef broth develops an off odor, flavor or appearance, or if mold appears, it should be discarded.

Dr Josh Axe & Jordan Rubin (Ancient Nutrition) on Bone Broth 

Bone broth has been regaining popularity in recent years. Yet, with so much information floating around, things can certainly get confusing.

Here's what you need to know.

Where do you deliver perishables and produce?

We delivery to Sydney Metro, including North, East, South and West.
See our "delivery zones" map at the bottom of www.biohax.com.au for more detailed information. Please contact us direct if you're not sure if your area is covered - 0467 221 791.

How Will My Order Be Shipped?

There are 4 scenarios outlined below in which your order could be shipped via 3 different transport methods. This will depend on the products you order (perishable or non-perishable) and if you’re delivery address is located in a major city or regional area. FREE shipping is also available for orders over $100.

PURCHASING SNAPSHOT


Once you establish the mix of products you’re intending to purchase the following will apply.

Note: shipping costs will automatically calculate in the cart section (if you’re not sure of what a perishable, non-perishable or dry good consists of, please see "product categories explained" below):

  1. Are you ordering only Non-Perishables and/or dry goods (NO fresh produce) and live in a major city or metropolitan area?
    If yes, your order will be shipped via Sendle. Costs are outlined in more detail below, but the average cost is up to $6.50 for 500g and $11.80 for 2kg. If your order is over $100 there is no delivery fee charged. Your products will be dispatched the following business day from payment of your order between Monday – Friday, a confirmation email will be sent followed by a tracking number when the courier has collected your items. We ship Australia-wide and international.

  2. Are you ordering only Non-perishables and/or dry goods (NO fresh produce) and live in a regional, remote or international areas?
    If yes, your order will be shipped via Australia Post. Costs are outlined in more detail below, but average between $8.30 up to 500g and $25 for 2kg. If your order is over $100 and you’re in Australia, there is no delivery fee charged. If your located overseas there will be a delivery fee regardless of the size of the order. Your products will be dispatched the following business day from payment of your order between Monday – Friday, a confirmation email will be sent followed by a tracking number when the courier has collected your items. We ship Australia-wide and international.

  3. Are you ordering Perishables Only (fresh produce + broth) and live in the designated delivery Sydney Metro zones?
    If yes, your order will be shipped via Biohax Australia – see our delivery zones map at the bottom of our home page www.biohax.com.au to see if your location is covered. There is a flat fee of $10 for delivery, however if your order is over $100 there is no delivery fee charged. If you’re ordering just fruit and vegetables, there is a minimum order of $30. If you are ordering just broth there is a minimum order of quantity 3 or $30. Dispatch will be on the day you nominate in the shipping details and a confirmation email will be sent. Please give clear and precise instructions for delivery.

  4. Are you ordering a mix of Perishables (fresh produce & broth) + non-perishables + dry goods and live in the designated delivery Sydney Metro zones?
    If yes, your order will be shipped via Biohax Australia – see our delivery zones map at the bottom of our home page www.biohax.com.au to see if your location is covered. There is a flat fee of $10 for delivery, however if your order is over $100 there is no delivery fee charged. If you’re ordering just fruit and vegetables, there is a minimum order of $30. If you are ordering just broth there is a minimum order of quantity 3 or $30. Dispatch will be on the day you nominate in the shipping details and a confirmation email will be sent. Please give clear and precise instructions for delivery.

Product Categories Explained:

Non-Perishables = essential oils, beauty and cooking oils, raw minerals and supplements

Dry goods = herbs, spices, coffee

Perishables = vegetables, herbs, fruit, eggs, F&G boxes, stock broth and liquid broth

SHIPPING IN DETAIL

We understand once a customer makes a purchase they want their products shipped as soon as possible. In order to accommodate this expectation, non-perishable orders and dry goods will be dispatched Monday-Friday all over Australia with a tracking number provided through either Sendle for major cities or Australia post for regional areas. ETA for non-perishables and dry goods will be between 2-7 days depending on your location.

Perishables (broth + fresh produce) will be dispatched Monday to Sunday, but only within the designated Sydney Metropolitan areas at this stage. ETA for perishables will be within 24-48 hours (or on the date specified by you in your order details) and non-perishables/dry goods can be included to be delivered by Biohax Australia.

What if the allocated delivery times don’t suit?

If the allocated times don’t suit when placing your order, no problem, just call us on 0467 221 791 to see what else we can work out for you.

What if I’m a wholesale buyer?

If you’re a wholesale buyer, you will need to email lisa@biohax.com.au for pricing.

Can I request to sign for my order?

Please advise if you would like to physically sign for your package and we will ensure the driver does not leave your order until it has been signed. This information is acquired during the checkout process, before payment, under “delivery instructions”.  We also ship to PO boxes by only if shipping is via Australia Post. If you would like to sign for your order and it’s being shipped via Australia Post, there is an additional $2 service fee.

Note: if you request for your order to be signed on delivery and no one is home to sign when the courier arrives, we are unable to take responsibility for any items that have spoiled as a result of being returned to our third-party transport company.

If it is perishable items (fresh produce & broth), we prefer not to leave it outside for more than an hour and recommend having someone home; friend, neighbour or family member to sign for it.

Shipping Table for Sendle 

Shipping Table for Australia Post 

Shipping Details for BioHax Australia

Once you have paid for your perishables only or mixed non-perishables and perishables, there will be a small, flat fee of $10.00 inc GST charged for delivery. Free shipping for orders $100. If you’re a wholesale buyer, you will need to email lisa@biohax.com.au for pricing.

You will then receive an email notification from BioHax to confirm your order and receipt.

If there is a problem with your order (i.e. no stock or delivery related), we will contact you direct via mobile.

The following morning, we will pick, pack and ship your order “fresh” to your nominated doorstep.

We have allocated time slots for delivery 5-days a week as follows:

Wednesday-Friday: 5am-9pm

Saturday–Sunday: 8am-8pm (special deliveries can also occur on weekends outside these time slots if required. Please email your request to lisa@biohax.com.au)

You will be notified via SMS or phone call as to when the driver is 30mins-1 hour away from delivering your order.

We recommend someone to be home for perishable deliveries to ensure quality is maintained. This could be a neighbour, friend, family or work colleague nominated in the delivery instructions before you pay at the checkout.

Delivery will take place within 24-48 hours or on the date specified in your delivery instructions.

**SEE OUR DELIVERY ZONES MAP ON THE HOME PAGE, SCROLL DOWN TO THE BOTTOM OF WWW.BIOHAX.COM.AU TO CHECK YOUR LOCATION - WE DELIVER TO THE INNER WEST, INNER CITY AND EASTERN SUBURBS**

 


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