FAQS



Where to buy the Essential Broth

Click here to find out where to buy the Essential Broth.

Look for us in the FREEZERS!

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How much is the Essential Broth?

It is important to us that our broth is as affordable as possible! Prices may vary between stockists, so contact your local stockist to find out their price.

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How to use the Essential Broth

Keep the broth frozen until you are ready to use it. Then defrost it, refrigerate, and consume it within three days.

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What is the nutritional info?

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What are the ingredients?

All our ingredients are NZ-grown.

Our chicken is free-range, certified organic (Bostock's, and Kipdale Farms).

Our duck is open-side barn-raised locally.

Our beef is from Neatmeat / Harmony Organic.

The apple cider vinegar is organic, and locally sourced (Coral Tree Organic Apple Cider Vinegar.).

The water is filtered.

Nothing else added!

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What nutrients are in Bone Broth?

 

COLLAGEN holds the body together, plumps skin, lubricates joints, and builds mucosal barriers to protect the body from pathogens. Broths contain gelatine – a protein-rich, bioavailable form of collagen.

PROLINE is an anti-inflammatory amino acid which builds healthy cartilage.

GLYCINE is an anti-inflammatory amino acid, vital for wound healing. The liver requires it to produce the antioxidant glutathione.

GLUTAMINE & ARGININE keep the gut lining healthy and well equipped to heal in the face of constant challenge. They are known to relieve colitis. They also benefit brain health.

THREONINE is a biogenic amine vital for keeping the gut lining in good health.

BONE MARROW is the nutrient dense component of bone that generates stem and blood cells.

MINERALS: calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulphur, sodium and potassium.

GLYCOSAMINOGLYCANS (GAGs: including hyaluronic acid, chondroitin, glucosamine, chondroitin and keratan sulphate) are hydrophilic (water-attracting) proteins. They lubricate, cushion and protect cartilage and joints; support collagen and elastin production; benefit skin, hair, nails and the intestinal lining; and make up joint fluid – the body’s shock absorber.

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