VEGETABLE BROTH MUSHROOM VEGGIE
Vegetable Broth is chock full of goodness, no bones about it! This delicious elixir is your whole veggie garden in a cup. Plus with ingredients like traditional Chinese mushrooms with a natural source of Vitamin D, Vegetable Broth not only tastes delicious but also supports your immune system. With nourishing red miso and Tasmanian kelp, veggie broth is also a wholesome vegan stock alternative. One serve of our Vegetable Broth is equal to one serve of veggies, making it even easier to get in your daily serves. Vegetable Broth provides all around goodness to nourish your body and warm your soul!
Our Veggie Broth is naturally loaded Traditional Chinese mushrooms and essential vitamins & minerals that as part of a balanced diet will support health. Vitamin D supports immunity along with whole food sources of Zinc and Vitamin B12 which can be difficult to obtain in a vegan diet. Zinc is an essential mineral for assisting immune system function and also contributes to cell protection from free radicals. Vitamin B12 helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue whilst supporting immunity.
How is our Vegetable Broth made?
Combining the best dehydrated ingredients for both nutrition and flavour, our Vegetable Broth is carefully crafted together to make a wholesome, well balanced vegan broth when added to boiling water.
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Is it pregnancy & breastfeeding friendly?
In saying this, we do advise on all our products to seek advice from your health care professional on taking our products 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.
What are the benefits of Chinese mushrooms and botanicals?
Chinese mushrooms have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries. Unlike western cultures where lemon, honey and garlic are brewed for the treatment of the common cold, the equivalent in eastern culture is broths filled to the brink with a variety of immune boosting mushrooms, or in the case of He Shou Wu, a black bean based soup to help alleviate symptoms, promote the rebalance of ‘Yin’ energy and strengthen “Qi” or life force to assist in recovery. These mushrooms have such strong empirical evidence of use throughout history that the western world is slowly catching up on as we begin to include these medicinal mushrooms in foods more widely so that everyone can reap the benefits of these traditional elixirs.
What do Chinese mushrooms taste like?
Majority of mushrooms available today are of traditional asian origin and all have a particular smokiness about them with shiitake having the most distinct and popular flavour. The roundness of the smokey flavour delicately compliments the robustness of Beef Bone Broth and Vegetable Broth and adds to the soft aroma of Chicken Bone Broth.
Will mushroom broth cure my illness?
Nutra Organics is currently a food company that creates products solely for the purpose of nourishing our bodies with organic, high quality health foods. Therefore, we do not promote any of our products to have a specific therapeutic effect, including Mushroom Broths. Mushroom Broths are not intended for any therapeutic purpose. For further information regarding this or any concerns you may have regarding Mushroom Broths and a specific health condition, we recommend consulting your primary physician.
Are there any allergy or dietary concerns with consumption of mushroom broths?
If you suffer an allergy to mushrooms or other fungi, we recommend steering clear of our mushroom broths. Otherwise they are all FODMAP friendly, gluten-free and dairy free. They are manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing fish, shellfish, eggs, soy, tree nuts, lupin and sesame.
WAYS TO USE IT
Simply add 2 teaspoons (6 g) to 250 ml of boiling water for a hearty cup of goodness. Use as a base for soups, stews, and sauces for nutrition and taste. Make a broth bowl by adding a selection of veggies and noodles. Serve hot.