Wondering when to drink bone broth? Bone broth is beneficial at any time of day, but if you have specific health goals, we recommend strategizing your timing to maximize results. Take bone broth in the morning to support gut health and boost your mood. For detoxification and a stronger immune system, try bone broth in the evening. And for more restful sleep, enjoy a mug of bone broth right before bed.
In this article you will learn:
- Why drinking bone broth in the morning supports gut health and improves mood
- Why drinking bone broth in the evening supports detoxification and strengthens the immune system
- Why drinking bone broth before bed promotes more restful sleep
1. Drink Bone Broth in the Morning to Support Gut Health and Improve Mood
Taking bone broth protein in the morning can help kick-start your day. The gelatin and amino acids work together to combat inflammation of the gut, which can help relieve symptoms of leaky gut and IBS, while soothing and protecting the stomach lining for the day.
Bone broth protein is also easily digestible, which can be a great way to get a protein boost at the start of your day, which can help curb cravings and beat hunger.
What’s even better? Studies have shown a direct link between a healthy gut and improved mood, so drinking bone broth protein can quite literally make your day!
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2. Drink Bone Broth In the Evening to Support Detoxification and Strengthen the Immune System
The modern age can take a toll on our health. Whether it’s a stressful day at the office or daily exposure to toxins and germs, our immune system can become weak and worn out. This is where bone broth can step in to work its magic. We like to think of it as a warm and detoxifying hug at the end of a long day!
Not only is it nutrient dense, but it also contains cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine -which work together to make glutathione, your body’s master antioxidant. Consuming glutathione has shown impressive detoxification benefits, providing the rejuvenation you need.
Drinking bone broth at the end of the day can also strengthen your immune system, which usually takes a toll. The abundance of amino acids and essential minerals provide healing and recovery.
With our Keto Hot Chocolate or Easy Dairy Free Cake Batter Nice Cream, you can enjoy a dose of bone broth protein for dessert! That's right, these recipes feature our chocolate or vanilla flavored bone broth protein which means you can reap all the benefits of bone broth without even tasting it.
3. Drink Bone Broth Before Bed for More Restful Sleep
Unfortunately, 78% of adults struggle with getting a good night's rest. If you fall under that percentage, or just want more restful sleep, bone broth protein can certainly help. It contains the amino acid glycine, which promotes healthy sleep patterns, helping you feel refreshed the next day.
Unwind with a warm and comforting mug of bone broth before bed. With our Fast Bone Broth Recipe, you can make a delicious, nurturing cup of bone broth (just like your grandma used to make) in 30 minutes or less to lay the foundation for a good night's sleep.
Bone broth is a powerful supplement that can be used in a variety of ways. The great news is, you don’t have to spend hours simmering bones in water to get the benefits!
We recommend our Organic Bone Broth Protein Powder. That’s right, it’s dehydrated bone broth, just like the one you make at home, but in powdered form – it’s that simple. We start with the highest quality grass-fed beef bones, slow simmer them for hours to extract vital nutrients and then dry the broth into a convenient powder so you can benefit from real bone broth each and every day. And it comes in four delicious flavors (vanilla, chocolate, turmeric, and unflavored) so you can enjoy bone broth in a delicious shake, a buttery broth shot, or even nice cream!
When do you take bone broth? We’d love to know in the comments below!
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