Expert nutritionist Dominique Ludwig features in this Sheer Luxe article discussing the benefits of consuming bone broth.
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“Bone broth contains around 4g of protein per 100g, meaning a serving can contain 10g of protein or more. As we’re learning, we need more protein in our diet than we thought for better blood sugar balance, stronger muscles, better mood and healthier skin.” – Dominique Ludwig
“Nutrient-dense bone broth takes time, so don’t rush it. Chicken bones need at least six hours, preferably 12, while all other bones need at least 12 hours, ideally 24. The longer you let it simmer, the more chance you give the nutrients to soak into the liquid. The bones should be soft and crumbly at the end.” – Dominique