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Bone Broth Controversies

Five years ago, I reviewed probably 20+ different bone broths on the market (the good and the bad).

 

You can watch that video here.

 

The thing is, I really held back some of my initial thoughts about one of the biggest influences in the bone broth industry, Kettle & Fire.

 

You can watch that video here.

 

We're using this blog piece to highlight our favorites (to this day), and give you links to try them yourself.

 

Let's get started.

 

Herbal Doctors Best of the Bone bone broth concentrate is one of the most nourishing broths. It makes my body feel really good from the salt and electrolytes.

 

This is one of my favorite broths I like to always have on hand and use for almost everything, but you have to order it online, and it's so worth it.

 

The Herbal Doctors "Best of the Bone" original or turmeric, —both great, but if I had to pick one, get the original.

 

This is the Bonafide Provisions bone broth store locator, a broth I buy if I am at the grocery like Whole Foods, Earth Fare or Sprouts.

 

My favorite is their keto butter broth or the MCT one. My daughter loved the butter one and added a bit more pastured, organic butter to it to heal her leaky gut.

 

The best price is Whole Foods w/a Prime Membership.

 

Honorable mentions? Good to have on hand?

 

Birthright Nutrition (order online)

 

Bare Bones (health food store)

 

Broth Master's Bone Broth (also online, made by a mother / daughter duo),

 

—note this broth is a beef and chicken base and the best of the best.

 

However if you are sensitive to onion or garlic you will want to avoid this incredibly flavorful, rich, decadent bone broth.

 

Ketologie powdered beef and chicken bone broths.

 

I love to have all of these bone broths on hand for different reasons.

 

You'll get to see these broths up close and personal in our bone broth review on YouTube here.

 

Worst Broths?

 

Cauldron Broths, Osso Good, Epic, Kettle & Fire are all BIRDY and smell vile (just being honest).

 

Pretty sure these are all distributors, except Cauldron which does a lot of private label broths in the industry.

 

Pretty sure Osso is a Cauldron broth, which explains the same, familiar terrible smell.

 

Not sure how people get these broths down. These broths all make me gag. I literally can smell it in the glass and can't even take one sip.

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