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Bone Broth Advantages: Why Souping Is the New Juicing

Nowadays “soup” has become a hot term in the wellness world. Many health and fitness fanatics are replacing easily digestible liquid-based options with certain meals. Bone broth soups are one of the best choices you can make in this area not only do they fill you up, but the bone broth is also full of vitamins and minerals (vitamin C, vitamins A, B, calcium, magnesium, potassium, collagen, glutamine) so that your muscles can recover after a hard workout and leave your muscles feeling satisfied and restored.

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Bone broth is full of vitamins and minerals to help your muscles recover after a hard workout.

There are more than 19 easy-to-absorb essential and non-essential amino acids in bone broth: the building blocks of protein. Amino acids play numerous metabolic functions, including building and repairing muscle tissue, supporting bone mineral density, increasing nutrient absorption and synthesis, and maintaining muscle and connective tissue health.

A 2011 study published in the International Journal of Rheumatology found that a combination of chondroitin sulfate, omega-3 fatty acids, and glucosamine – all found in bone broth – was highly effective at reducing inflammation. With naturally occurring minerals like potassium, magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus to help restore electrolytes, plus the addition of sodium, bone broth is a killer post-start recreational drink.

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Here are six ways bone broth-based soups can help you nourish your body, recover from exercise, and burn fat at the same time.

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Learn how bone broth-based soups can help you nourish your body and burn fat.

  1. Slower: Compared to many other foods, warm soups recommend eating more slowly due to their texture and temperature. Remember, it takes almost 30 minutes for your brain to register that your stomach is full. Slowly sipping a delicious soup can help keep your pace at bay.
  2. Feel full. “The retention of water in food will keep your stomach full longer,” says Barbara Rolls, Ph.D., professor of nutritional science at Penn State. And when you feel full, you are less likely to overeat. A study published in Obesity tracked weight loss in a group of people who ate soup for a snack compared to another who ate chips and pretzels. The snack calories and total daily calories were the same, but the soup group lost 50 percent more weight.
  3. Eat mindfully. Bone broth-based soups require an appropriate setting, so to speak. You need a bowl or mug, maybe a spoon, and a general awareness of where and how the soup goes into your mouth so you don’t spill it all on yourself. When it comes to many other foods – sandwiches, for example – you eat fast much more often, chew less, breathe less between bites, and may overeat.
  4. Get a calorie bang for your buck. Bone broth soups are rich in nutrients while being low in fat and calories. A 16-ounce bottle of BRU broth contains 120 calories or less, which makes it a perfect option for those who want high quality nutrition without consuming a ton of calories. Depending on your preferences and dietary needs, you can make super-easy preps or fill them up for more energy.
  5. Warm up from the inside out. Bone broth soups are nourishing in colder times of the year. Does your body crave a cold, raw green juice or warm, nutritious soup in late fall, winter, and early spring? Research shows a direct link between drinking hot beverages and mental and physical wellbeing. In the colder months, replace salads and smoothies with broth soups and see how much more comfortable and content you feel during and between meals.
  6. Improve your diet, release fat. Bone broth soups can serve as an ideal stepping stone to a healthier diet. This goes hand in hand with a more mindful eater. Broth-based soups are easy to digest and can also help detoxify the intestines and liver and even free up fat stores in the body.

    Collagen is important for artery wall maintenance and fat loss. Proline (an amino acid) helps dissolve plaque buildup when repairs are made to the walls. Magnesium promotes a healthy heart rhythm, which is essential for free blood flow. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that contributes to the formation of collagen fibers. All of these nutrients are found in bone broth. Think about it: the less fat you have in your body, especially in the arteries that are vital to your health and life, the better you can not only look and feel better, but also fight off heart disease.

Would you like to switch from juice to broth? Soo-Ah Landa, founder of BRU Broth, has combined the best of bone broth and freshly squeezed juice to create six flavors of the world’s first biologically pressed bone broth drink with heat and sip. Combine the protein from the bone broth with the vitamins from freshly squeezed vegetable and root juices for a complete nutritional boost.

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