RESTORE - Concentrated Beef Bone Broth.
Australian Grass-Fed Beef Bone Broth Concentrate
Did you know that "Brix" is the unit of measurement used to indicate the amount of nutrients from the bone that are dissolved in liquid. Your average home-made bone broth has about 5-6 Brix. Our Gutsy bone broth has around 60 Brix. That means it's 10x more nutrient dense than your average bone broth, better for your gut.
Why is Broth Essential for a Resilient Gut?
Broth is important to maintain the integrity of your gut. Our guts are lined with a thin mucosal lining. This lining has the important job of allowing substances we such as water and nutrients to pass through into our bloodstream, while keeping large, undigested or dangerous particles inside our gut. Problems occur when our gut lining starts to fail. Ever heard of leaky gut syndrome? The collagen and amino acids in broth help to boost the integrity of our gut lining.
Another common gut problem is inflammation. Whether it's an inflammatory disease or low level inflammation, this wreaks havoc on our digestive tract. Did you know that broth is easily digested and anti-inflammatory?
What are the Nutrients in Gutsy Concentrated Broth?
The nutrients dissolved from our Australian grass-fed beef leg bones include:
- Multi-collagen proteins
- Amino Acids
- Essential minerals
- Omega 3 fatty acids
Essentially you’re drinking liquid bones, so you know it’s:
- Keto friendly
- FODMAPs friendly
- Paleo friendly
How is Gutsy Concentrated Bone Broth Made?
- Source Australian grass-fed beef leg bones (the leg bones are the most nutrient dense)
- Crush the bones to extract the goodness more completely
- Boil for up to 6 days
- Season with Australian evaporated sea salt for flavour & storing it long term.
Voila! You're left with a highly concentrated, nutritious and delicious bone broth.
Grass-fed Australian beef leg bone, and Australian evaporated sea salt. Made in Australia with Australian ingredients.
320g Jar (32 serves per jar)
This bone broth is an all-rounder. Add it to your rice cooker while rice is cooking. Stir it into soups, stews or stir-frys. Drizzle over your casserole or use it to season your salad. Use it as an addition to soups, sauces or gravy.
How to store
This bone broth concentrate has been boiled until there’s no water left. Lack of water, along with the use of salt as a natural preserver means that this broth can be stored at room temperature. Once opened it’s best to keep your bone broth in a cool place.
Ever tried rice cooked with Bone Broth concentrate and eaten topped with Gutsy oak barrel Kimchi? It’s a winner!