Bone broth has been made for hundreds of years by our grandparents and their grandparents due to its traditional gut loving properties. The amino acids present in Beef Bone Broth are in a specific ratio that is unique, and otherwise not available in the lean cuts of meat commonly consumed, but which are beneficial. Beef Bone Broth also contains the added benefit of Vitamin B12 that as part of a healthful and varied diet will support immunity. Leading busy lives can make it hard to find time to make bone broth from scratch. Our Beef Bone Broth powder is ready in seconds, as tasty and nutritious as homemade and easy to take on the go!
How is Bone Broth made?
Roasted beef bones are added to filtered water and apple cider vinegar (to maximise mineral extraction) then slow cooked for 48 hours. The broth is then strained for impurities and the fat is skimmed off of the top. It is gently refractance dried into a powder, taking care to preserve the nutritional profile.
WAYS TO USE IT
Simply add 1 tablespoon (8g) to 200ml of boiling water.
Use a base for soups, stews, sauces and gravies for nutrition and taste.
All beef bones utilised for our beef bone broths are derived solely from Australian grass-fed cattle. Our broth also contains a small amount of beef broth concentrate that is made from New Zealand grass-fed cattle and Australian grass-fed cattle.
If there’s one thing we are passionate about here at Nutra Organics, aside from food of course, it’s animals and their welfare. Although our cattle are grass-fed, in the interest of full disclosure there are times when environmental factors, such as severe drought here in Australia that our cattle’s diets are supplemented with wholesome non-gmo grain fodder (hay or straw) to ensure their survival. However, please be assured that if grass is available to be eaten, they are exclusively eating it.
Apple Cider Vinegar is acidic, which makes it great for naturally enhancing the extraction of collagen and other nutritious elements from the bone to ensure that our bone broth contains all the possible benefits.
The Collagen peptides in our Beef Bone Broth are derived from Types I and III collagen.
They are made from a single-celled organism called Saccharomyces cerevisiae grown on molasses. They are harvested, washed and dried with heat to ‘deactivate’ them and then rolled to form flakes.
Nutritional Yeast Flakes are fortified with vitamins in the initial stages of growth. As the yeast grows they organically bind to these vitamins and proliferate them. The yeast itself also digests these vitamins to a degree and proliferates its own nutrient content creating a naturally vitamin rich food that can easily be incorporated into all savoury meals.
Deactivated is a term used to describe the quick heating process that stops nutritional yeast from being able to proliferate any further. Just like good and bad bacteria, there are good and bad yeasts that exist within our digestive tract. Unlike unhealthy yeasts such as Candida spp., nutritional yeast is made from a healthful yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae which helps to stop unhealthy yeasts from colonising in the digestive tract by a process of displacement. Therefore even though nutritional yeast is deactivated and unable to proliferate in the body, it is still having the favourable effects of a beneficial yeast in the digestive tract.
Yes! The recipes do not contain any gluten containing ingredients and further we make sure that they are manufactured and packed free from gluten contamination. Lastly we validify this with product testing.
Yes! In saying this, we do advise to seek the advice of your primary health care professional if taking any of our products for the first time if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. We only say so as we believe that every pregnancy is different, taking a toll differently on each individual body in vitamin, mineral and energy levels. We invite you to research the product to ensure that you are not sensitive to any particular ingredients.
Our broths are so special that they even sparkle! This is because we have used a gentle refractance drying technique to preserve the nutrients and colour. No, we have not added any glitter. Due to the gentle evaporation process that occurs as part of the refractance drying method, the raw material starts to change shape to form small crystalline structures that naturally reflect light making it sparkle.
Bone is known to act as a reservoir for essential metals and other minerals in the body, which is one of the reasons that bone broth is so nutritious. Having said that, because of this, there is also sometimes the concern that undesirable substances like heavy metals may be present too. Rest assured, that all of our raw ingredients are tested and must comply with strict food standards pertaining to heavy metal detection prior to being used in our products.