Do I Really Need to Make Bone Broth?

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So you’re pretty sure you have leaky gut, and you’re looking up how to heal it. All you’re finding is a leaky gut diet containing something called bone broth. What the heck is that? Basically, it is the slow-cooked/boiled bones of an animal carcass. People will most likely use the bones of cows, but sometimes people will use chickens’ bones. Pretty disgusting, and it smells awful, too.

So, you know you want to heal, but you know you definitely don’t want to make this stuff, and you want to stay vegan. Seems difficult, right? Wrong. You don’t need animal products to heal leaky gut. In fact, animal products can make it harder to heal because they are inflammatory themselves! My suggestion: stay away from any animal products, and eat plenty of fruit, vegetables, and leafy greens. You’re better off using the leafy greens in smoothies because it helps you digest the nutrients better. I also suggest going through a few colon cleanses. Watch my experience with that below!

Another option is to help me reach my goal to create a supplement to replace bone broth! You can learn more here: Kickstarter!

I hope this was informative for you, and you now feel better about not making bone broth.

If you need help Healing Your Leaky Gut, please contact me!


The Colon Cleanse Kit from Global Healing Center includes leading colon cleanser, Oxy-Powder®, as well as Latero-Flora™ probiotics to support gut health.

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