December 30, 2020

Taking Stock Foods Ginger Tumeric Bone Broth

I am crazy about drinking bone broth. I started drinking broth when I was recovering from cancer treatments to fortify my bones and reduce inflammation. I really ramped up my bone broth drinking when I started the 5:2 Diet. It’s called the 5:2 Diet because five days of the week are regular eating days (1600-2200 calories per day), while the remaining two days are restricted to 500-600 calories. Drinking broth each day and using it as a meal substitute on my fasting days really worked for me.  The age-old tradition of having a hot pot of bone broth always cooking on the hearth sounds excellent but wasn’t realistic or convenient.

I started supplementing my homemade stock with Taking Stock Foods Organic Chicken Bone Broth. Taking Stock Foods is a woman-owned company based in St. Paul. I interviewed one of the founders, Molly Clark, on the @Makersofmn podcast I host. Molly brought me a sample.  I cooked with it first but then I started drinking it because it tasted so good and was conveniently packaged.I was tired of scooping and measuring the gross powdered broths.

If you use the code, StephaniesPick2021, it is redeemable for 30% off Ginger Turmeric Bone Broth until January 31st, 2021 so you can try it yourself. (Limit 1 coupon per customer, can not be bundled with other offers) 

To me, it is pretty evident that the best way to get the nutrients necessary to build bone is by consuming bone-based foods. Drinking Taking Stock Foods bone broth provides all of the raw material for building healthy bones. Taking Stock Foods broth is slow-cooked and organic and makes an excellent addition to any diet. I think their packaged bone broth is the best you can get in the supermarket. Look for Taking Stock’s Bone Broth at Whole Foods, Kowalskis, and the various Twin Cities Co-ops. The broth can be used in many meals like curries and soups or as a base for cooking rice instead of water. Drinking broth with meals is an excellent way to aid digestion too. Taking Stock Bone broth is easy to digest and filling, which could help support weight loss. Some of the amino acids in bone broth have been tied to benefits, including better sleep, reduced inflammation, and healing of the digestive tract leading to improved gut health.

Bones contain an abundance of minerals like Calcium and Phosphorus and 17 different amino acids, many of which are found in bone broth as proteins like collagen and gelatin. Taking Stock Food’s Ginger Turmeric Chicken Broth Is the triple threat with the broth’s inflammation-reducing properties and Ginger and Turmeric. Studies suggest that ginger and turmeric could help decrease inflammation markers, relieve chronic pain, reduce nausea, and improve immune function.

Drinking bone broth has so many health benefits that it should be a staple in your diet each day. Start your morning with an 8oz cup or add a cup at lunch on its own or in a homemade soup. Have a daily “brothy” hour at 5pm while you prepare dinner or finish the evening with a 9 pm glass of hot Talking Stock Food’s Ginger Turmeric broth to aid in preparation for a restful night’s sleep.