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Bone Broth Nutrition Facts – What it is and why it’s good for you

Bone Broth Nutrition Facts – What it is + Why it’s Good for you

Bone broth nutrition facts are as varied as the recipes and brands you find online; it’s all about ingredients, cook time and temperature (or ‘processing’, for short).

Of course, there are many brands of bone broth with nutrition facts on the packaging that you can reference to give you some idea. Let’s start by comparing the two flavors of Au Bon Broth Premium fresh frozen bone broth as an example:


You can see the main difference that including vegetables in a recipe like Au Bon Broth Premium Bone Broth (right) makes on the bone broth nutrition facts compared to Au Bon Broth Pure Bone Broth (below); the cook time will draw out some of the carbohydrates and sugars in the vegetables (tomatoes and carrots, for example, will add a bit of carbs to your broth), as well as some trace vitamins and minerals.

Protein is the main source of nutrients and where the magic of bone broth comes from. You need all of those amino acids to feed the body and soul! The more protein, the more collagen and amino acids to help rebuild your body.


We of course recommend consuming bone broth hot, but this would be a way for you to actually test out and see the protein in the bone broth in action. The gelling property of the bone broth is important; that’s direct evidence that the protein in the bone broth is still active and able to bind in some way.

Many store bought bone broths will not gel up like this if you heat it and refrigerate it. This could mean that the amino acids have been compromised from harsh processing or that it is otherwise a watered down bone broth that might not supply the nutrition that you’re seeking if you want to experience a change in your health.

You don’t want to be too hard on them though. The difference in collagen and gelatin powders, for example, is just a slight difference in processing and the health benefits are similar. Yet, gelatin will congeal if mixed with water, heated and cooled, but collagen will not do this. Collagen still has strong evidence showing it supports your bones, joints and connective tissue, despite this. But for liquid bone broth, the protein should be in a more gelatin like state and should congeal and gel up when heated and cooled.

Let’s see how Au Bon Broth compares to a couple other bone broths on the market. Let's start with Kettle and Fire:
You can see that the type of processing to get bone broth into tetra packs like Kettle and Fire (left) usually results in a lower amount of proteins, and likely less trace minerals as well. You can definitely taste the difference too; this is a much lighter flavor than Au Bon Broth.

Though it will do in a pinch for a recipe that calls for broth, it’s likely not what you are after if you’re trying to get dense bone broth nutrition into your diet. For the bone broth nutrition facts you need to get the real health benefits, you need to get a higher quality bone broth like Au Bon Broth or take the time to gather the highest quality ingredients and slow cook it at home for a day or more.

 

For reference, here is also a bone broth nutrition facts panel for Pacific Foods bone broth, also packaged in tetra packs. You can see the protein content is somewhere between Kettle and Fire and Au Bon Broth, but then you must also wonder, what is the sourcing of the ingredients? This is just as important as the quantity of protein is the quality.

So, you have seen a few examples of bone broth nutrition facts, but how do those nutrients affect your body? What makes the nutrition from bone broth so beneficial? You will find answers to those questions and then some, below.


Bone Broth Nutrition Facts:


1: Isn’t Bone Broth Just a Fancy Word for Soup?


• Yes and No. They are very similar, and confusion is increased as the implied meaning of each word has changed over the years.


• The fundamental difference is in the thickness of the final product which comes from the length of time ingredients are left to seep in the broth.


• Stock makes use of more actual meat whereas bone broth uses meat-stripped bones left to slow roast for an extended period of time.


• Both broth and stock are made in part by letting joints, bones and tendons roast in the broth, but where stock is left to stew for a few hours, bone broth is often slow simmered for 18-24 hours or even longer. Bone broth nutrition facts will be a little different than your average stock due to this (bone broth has more of the right kind of amino acids due to a longer cook time extracting them from the bones)


• The result is that over the extended simmer time more collagen seeps out of the bones and into the broth creating a thicker and more gelatinous final product.


2. What does bone broth actually do for your health? What do bone broth nutrition facts mean for you?


• Promote Healthy Hair, Skin, and Nails – Collagen is abundant in the knuckles, joints and ligaments used to make bone broth. Collagen is an amino acid that is found naturally in our bodies and is one of the fundamental building blocks for connective tissue. While most skin creams used for anti-aging promote rubbing collagen based products on your face, it is in fact an amino acid/protein that is most effectively created in the body through the use of absorbed nutrition.


• Relieve Chronic Digestion Issues – Bone broth is a leading prescription for illnesses that arise from Leaky Gut Syndrome such as diarrhea, IBS, or chronic nausea. Bone broth’s gelatinous form serves as the perfect sealant for tiny tears in your GI tract that are often the root problem of your chronic digestive issues.

• Protect Your Joints – Glucosamine and Chondroitin, both well documented medicinal aids for joint health are both present in bone broth. Chondroitin sulfate has been shown to reduce pain and inflammation as effectively as prescription medications meant to treat osteoarthritis and also has preventative properties. Bone broth is also rich in hyaluronic acid, also known to reduce swelling and improve function and range of movement in joints. Bone broth is not only one of the most effective forms of delivery for beneficial compounds like these (as opposed to nutritional supplements), but it comes with all the additional nutritional benefits of consuming homemade organic soup.


• Sleep Better, Be Sharper – Another amino acid prevalent in bone broth is known as Glycine. Glycine has been shown in studies to improve sleep and ward off fatigue, as well as improve focus and mental stamina.


• Lose Weight – Not only is bone broth nutrient dense, but it is also remarkably low calorie. Used as a nutritional supplement, bone broth can be a great addition to any health and fitness routine. It is dense in protein and depending on the recipe, may also carry nutrition value from vegetable content. Bone broth is also a staple in many GAPS and Paleo friendly diets

All this talk about bone broth and why it’s good for you, but what is it?
“Broth” is one of those terms whose meaning has undergone something of a metamorphosis over the past decade. Like “organic” or “Paleolithic,” the literal meaning hasn’t changed so much as the contextual inference that it now carries. Ask your average person 10 years ago what they thought of when they heard the word “broth,” you’d probably hear about some iteration of mom’s chicken soup or the stock used to make it.


Today the term comes with a range of questions. Is it broth or is it stock? Is it from chicken, beef, or fish? Is it organic? Does it have preservatives? Is it canned? Where were the bones sourced from? How were the animals cared for? What does that mean for me and my family’s health and nutritional needs? These are important details that a bone broth nutrition facts label likely won’t be able to answer for you.

It’s enough to make you think you need a degree in nutrition before your next visit to the grocery store. Don’t stress, we’ve got you covered. What follows is the quick and dirty guide to everything you probably never knew you wanted to know about bone broth.


3. Can I make it at Home?


Preparation Process:


Of course! Depending on how you make it, you’ll need about 30 minutes to two hours of prep time, and then you just set it on low roast in your crockpot or stock pot and let it sit for anywhere from 12-48 hours depending on how much time you have vs. how gelatinous you want the broth to be. Generally speaking, the longer you let things marinate, the thicker it is likely to be. If you do cook it for a very long time, you may want to keep an eye on it and add water as the day continues. A significant amount of liquid will steam off, and if left too long, some of the bones may not be submerged and you’re not getting all of the goodness extracted from those bones if they are sticking out of the water.

In order to make it at home you’ll need the following -


• 4 lbs. of bones (beef, chicken, turkey, fish, or lamb) preferably bones with a bit of meat and cartilage still on them (knuckles, joints, short-ribs, or ox-tail bones as an example). Despite what you will hear from many sources, it is also wise to avoid too many marrow bones in one batch as this will create a soup that is overly fatty with a less than optimal taste.
• 1 whole leek, cut into 2-inch pieces,
• 2 unpeeled carrots, cut into 2-inch pieces,
• 1 garlic head, cut crosswise in half,
• 1 medium onion, quartered
• 2 celery talks, cut into 2 inch pieces,
• 2 bay leaves,
• 2 tablespoons of black peppercorns, and
• 1 tablespoon of cider vinegar
• Half a teaspoon of sea salt
• Handful of parsley
• 6 quart (or larger) crockpot/stockpot/slow cooker

i. *Optional – roast your bones on a cookie sheet in the oven at 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes (until browned).

ii. Place bones roasted or not in your crockpot and fill with (preferably filtered) water

iii. Add apple cider vinegar (1/2 a cup for beef stock, 2 tablespoons for chicken stock) wait 30 minutes. This will begin to leech minerals and nutrients out of the bones and ligaments and into the water. You might also break bones in half in certain places to allow cartilage to seep more easily.

iv. While this brew is a’mixin, cut up your veggies and toss them in. Doesn’t need to be too fine a cut, just a good ‘once over’ should do the trick.

v. Add rosemary, thyme, sea salt, or any other combination of flavorings as you see fit.

vi. Put the pot on high heat and bring to a boil. Skim any white froth that comes to the top during the initial boil. These are by-products that have been boiled out of the bones.

vii. Once brought to a boil, turn down to a low simmer (or until there’s just a little movement in the liquid). Cook covered for 18-48 hours.

 

 

 

4. Does it Matter Which Bones are Used?

• Yes. Different parts of different animals carry different nutritional benefits for the broth and will also add to the taste – for better or worse – based on what’s being dissolved into the broth. It might be joints chalk full of collagen and high in protein, or it might be a marrow bone which is nothing but animal fat.

• The best parts to use of an animal are the parts with just enough meat and cartilage to dissolve into the broth during the slow roasting period. Knuckles, chicken neck joints, shoulder joints, chicken feet, and ox tail are some common examples of the most desirable parts to use in bone broth.

• Marrow bones can be used as filler but won’t taste as good and marrow is mostly fat.

• As with any animal product, the best quality bones come from animals that are properly and humanely cared for, allowed to graze on a free range or in an open pasture, bred without the use of artificial hormones, and fed non-gmo grain.

5. I’m too lazy for all that nonsense – where can I buy it pre-made that tastes like homemade?

Bonus Round - 5 Amazing Recipes that Use Bone Broth to create some of the most delicious and healthy dishes you’ve ever tried. Please note that if you use Au Bon Broth for the bone broth in any of these recipes, stick to Pure Bone Broth. It’s more flavor neutral and will go with these recipes better.
Bon Appetit!

 

Recipe 1 – Pho Broth:
Pho is a personal favorite of ours.
For those who are unfamiliar with Pho, it is a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, rice noodles, herbs and meat (traditionally beef or chicken).
It is an extremely popular street food in Vietnam and in recent years has become a staple here in the states.
Currently there are a multitude of chain and independent restaurants that serve some kind of Pho.

Prep Time: 5-10 Minutes
Cook Time: 50 Minutes
Serving Produced: 2 Cups

Ingredient List:
• 1 cinnamon stick
• 1 teaspoon Fennel Seeds
• 1/8 teaspoon cardamom seeds
• ½ onion - peeled and sliced thin
• 1 ½ tablespoons black peppercorns
• 2 star anise pods
• 2 slices fresh ginger, each about the size of a quarter
• 3 cups bone broth

Preparation Instructions:
1. Toast all the spices in a pan over medium heat for 3-4 minutes. Stir constantly. When done transfer to a saucepan.
2. Add the onion and ginger to the hot pan and toast, stirring for 5 minutes.
3. Add the heated onion and ginger to the saucepan and sweat for 5 minutes. Stir occasionally.
4. Add bone broth then simmer on low heat for 30 minutes.
5. Strain and sip, or serve with leftover meats (pork, brisket etc.) and any other Pho favorites.
6. Use broth immediately, or cover and refrigerate for up to a week, or freeze for up to a year.

Recipe 2 – Glazed Veggie Frittata:
A frittata is essentially a quiche without a crust.
What our favorite thing about frittatas is that you can make them so many ways.
Essentially, if you have some leftover ingredients in your fridge you're looking to put to use, just throw em on in there!
The fritatta we chose is a glazed veggie frittata with bone broth that we find to be savory and amazing, but feel free to try it our way, or mix it up!
Throw in your favorite meats, veggies, and cheeses and go to town!

Prep Time: 20 Minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Serves: 6-8

Ingredient List:
• 2 tablespoons sea salt
• 2 parsnips - peeled and diced
• 2 ½ tablespoons ghee or olive oil
• 1 leek, white part only - chopped
• 1 portobello mushroom - stem removed, sliced
• 1 bunch kale - tough ribs removed, leaves chopped
• 1/2 cup bone broth
• 10 large eggs - beaten
• 1 scallion - thinly sliced

Preparation Instructions:
1. Preheat oven 350 degrees Fahrenheit
2. Bring a pot of water to a boil with 2 tablespoons sea salt. Meanwhile, prepare a bowl of ice water.
3. Blanch the parsnips in the boiling water and cook until knife-tender.
4. Remove immediately and transfer to the ice bath to stop the cooking process.
5. When cool, strain and set aside.
6. In a cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat, add 1 tablespoon of the remaining ghee or oil and heat until smoking.
7. Add the mushroom slices to the skillet in an even layer and cook until browned. Turn as needed to brown each side.
8. Stir in pinch of sea salt, transfer the mushrooms to a plate.
9. In the same skillet over medium-high heat add remaining 1 tablespoon ghee or oil.
10. Add kale and sauté until softened (approximately 2 minutes).
11. Return parsnips and leek to the skillet and combine with kale.
12. Add bone broth and cook, stirring occasionally until the broth and ghee emulsify coating the vegetables.
13. Add the beaten eggs and gently stir to evenly distribute veggies.
14. Cook over medium heat until eggs begin to bubble, then transfer skillet to the preheated oven and bake the frittata for 5 minutes.
15. Remove skillet from the oven and evenly scatter the reserved mushrooms on top.
16. Return skillet to oven and bake frittata until eggs begin to brown (approximately 10 minutes).
17. Remove skillet, cut the frittata evenly into slices, garnish with scallion slices.

Recipe 3 – Green Bone Broth Smoothie
If you’re like us, you love a good smoothie.
Whether it’s your breakfast to-go that you rely on to power you through a long day, a meal replacement, or just a yummy alternative to over sweetened sodas and juices, you’ll love this bone broth smoothie that both hydrates and sustains you.
The best part of all – it’s delicious! Try it and see for yourself.

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: N/A
Serves: 2

Ingredient List:
• 1 large apple, cored
• 1 cup cucumber - peeled, seeded, chopped
• 1 cup stemmed kale
• ¼ cup mango chunks
• ½ banana
• 1 tablespoon coconut butter
• 2 tablespoons almond butter
• Leaves from 2 mint sprigs
• ½ cup spinach
• ½ cup coconut water
• ½ cup chilled bone broth
• ½ cup apple cider vinegar

Preparation Instructions:
1. Combine spinach, kale, apple, mango, cucumber, banana, apple cider vinegar, and mint in a blender.
2. Blend on high setting.
3. Add coconut butter and blend until combined.
4. Add almond butter and blend until combined.
5. Add Coconut water and blend until a creamy texture is achieved.
6. Add the bone broth and blend until combined.
7. Add almond butter or coconut butter for a chunkier texture, or add additional bone broth or coconut water if the smoothie is too thick.
8. Enjoy!

Recipe 4 – Peanut Butter + Banana Bone Broth Pancakes
You may have noticed we have a propensity to use bone broth in our breakfast dishes.
Often called the most important meal of the day, we think having a nutrient dense, healthy and delicious breakfast is a great way to ensure you’re getting the most out of each day, as well as looking and feeling your best!

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Serves: 3 (6 pancakes)
Ingredient List:
• 1 cup peanut butter
• 1 banana - sliced
• 1 cup roughly chopped raw walnuts
• ¼ cup coconut milk
• 1 egg
• ¼ teaspoon sea salt
• 2 tablespoons melted pastured butter, ghee, or coconut oil
• 2 teaspoons cane sugar
• 1/8 teaspoon ground turmeric
• 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg
• ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
• ½ teaspoon baking powder
• ¼ teaspoon baking soda
• 1 ½ cups whole wheat flour or gluten-free flour

Preparation Instructions:
1. Heat a small skillet over medium- high heat and toast walnuts for 3-5 minutes.
2. Immediately transfer to cool plate and set aside.
3. In a large mixing bowl, mix bone broth, coconut milk, egg, butter, cane sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and turmeric.
4. Add baking powder, baking soda, flour, and ¼ teaspoon of sea salt - mix well.
5. Mix walnuts into the batter.
6. Lightly grease a large frying pan with small amount of butter, ghee, or coconut oil and heat over medium-high heat.
7. Add ¼ cup of the batter to the pan for each pancake.
8. Cook cakes until they become crispy around edges.
9. Flip cakes and allow them to cook through until crisp and firm - approximately 5-7 minutes.
10. Serve immediately or keep at 200 °F in oven until ready to serve.

Recipe 5 – Beef Bolognese

This dish is one of our personal favorites.
The rich and creamy sauce is something you’ll keep coming back for.
Once you get the hang of it, feel free to mix up the recipe a bit, and throw in your own mix of veggies and even try with different meats.

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hr
Serves: 4-6
Ingredient List:
• 2 celery stalks - chopped into 1 inch pieces
• ½ yellow onion - chopped
• 2 garlic cloves
• 2 large carrots - chopped into 1 inch pieces
• 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
• ½ lb. grass-fed ground beef
• ½ cup tomato paste
• 1 lb. mild Italian sausage
• 2 bay leaves
• 2 cups red wine - divided
• 3 cups bone broth
• ¼ cup cream or half and half
• Pasta of your choice
• Parmesan cheese or basil garnish

Preparation Instructions:
1. Put the carrots, garlic, celery, and onion in a blender and blend until thick paste.
2. In large saucepan, heat the olive oil over medium heat.
3. Add pureed vegetables with pinch of salt and pepper.
4. Sauté until cooked and light brown - approximately 10 minutes.
5. Add ground beef and Italian Sausage - break apart with a spoon, cook until browned.
6. Add tomato paste - stir until mixed then cook for 2 minutes.
7. Add ½ cup of red wine to de-glaze the pan and break up any clumps of meat.
8. Add bay leaves and remaining wine - bring to a simmer.
9. Cook until wine is reduced by half - approximately 15 -18 minutes.
10. Add 1 cup bone broth - bring back to simmer and cook until reduced by 2/3 - approximately 30 minutes.
11. Repeat - adding 1 cup of broth at a time - stirring well and simmering 30 minutes each time.
12. Add the cream - simmer on low while you cook pasta.
13. Cook the pasta and drain - reserving ½ cup of pasta water.
14. Add the water to the sauce.
15. Mix into pasta until completely coated.
16. Garnish with Parmesan or basil.
Does all of that look like a bit too much work? Thankfully you can get the highest quality and best tasting bone broth here. *****add link to shop***** If you don’t have a big kitchen, or don’t want to run the errands of sourcing all of the best ingredients, or don’t want to prep and watch water boil for hours and hours, this is a great solution. Many people say it’s better tasting than what they can make at home, too! You can be the judge of that.

Whether you purchase high quality bone broth or make it yourself, you want to make sure the bone broth nutrition facts are very high in protein, and no cheap or highly processed ingredients are used (especially not preservatives!). If your bone broth doesn’t have much protein, it doesn’t have much nutritional benefit for you. Hopefully this article will help you in your upcoming brothing adventures!


Do you have an experience with bone broth helping to heal you? A favorite recipe to share, or anything else you would like to see in this article? Please comment and let us know!


 

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How is your bone broth delivered?

We offer nationwide delivery via UPS/Fed-Ex and other carriers. Bone broth is shipped out only on Mondays. Orders placed after Monday will ship out the following Monday. The broth is shipped frozen inside an insulated liner with dry ice and gel packs and needs to be refrigerated or frozen as soon as it's delivered. Unfortunately, we cannot be responsible for products that spoil after delivery. Since our broth is shipped frozen solid with dry ice, it should remain in the temperature safe zone (Under 35°F) until it is delivered. Your broth may arrive partially thawed and slushy- but this is okay- just be sure to refrigerate/freeze it immediately to prevent further thawing.

How is your bone broth prepared?

Our bone broth is slowly simmered in stainless steel stockpots to extract as many nutrients and gelatin as possible. It is then strained to remove excess fat and then rapid-cooled prior to being packaged and frozen for shipment.

How do I track my order?

Once your order is processed, you will receive a confirmation email and carrier tracking number once the carrier picks up the shipment from our kitchen.

How do you package your bone broth?

We rapid cool the bone broth then cold-fill BPA-Free 32oz standup plastic pouches for maximum freshness and to eliminate spills, leaks, or cracks possible in other, more brittle plastic containers or glass.

How do I thaw my bone broth?

You can place the pouch under some warm running water before reheating in a pot on your stove or you can let it thaw out in the refrigerator overnight. We highly advise against using microwave, as this method can potentially alter and/or ruin the nutrients you spent good money on.

How do I use my bone broth?

It tastes so good most people drink it straight up but you can add your own ingredients to it, make a delicious soup with it, make risottos and rice dishes with or even make pancakes with it!

How long will my bone broth last?

Your broth will last 7 days in the refrigerator after opening or you can freeze for up to 1 year and un-thaw as needed.

What is the 30-day bone broth challenge?

We challenge you to consume at least 8 ounces of bone broth a day for 30 days and see how you feel after!

Why?

Bone broth is considered to be both a food and a medicine! It's known to heal the skin, gut, GI tract, aid in digestion or help you beat that cold/flu you've been suffering from. Because broth is an extract of connective tissue, it is great for ailments joints, bones, lungs, muscle and blood. Incorporating bone broth into your established eating patterns can yield tremendous medicinal effects. Always ask your doctor before making any changes to your diet.

How?

You can make your own bone broth with our recipes or if you don't have the time to make your own we can make it and deliver it to you.

Does Au Bon Broth Bone Broth send out samples for reviews?

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Can I make money recommending/selling your bone broth?

Absolutely! We will pay you 10% immediately for any sales you refer to us. That's $23 - $89 per sale! Mention it on facebook or anywhere you like. To get started making money, please visit our affiliate page here

Any other questions/concerns/comments/inquiries can be directed to:

Copy and paste the following email address and send an email to:support@aubonbroth.com