Fasting offers a wealth of benefits. It’s one of the most powerful tools we have for restoring the body and achieving a state of optimal health.
While you may have tried juice fasting before – or maybe you’re a regular practitioner! – bone broth fasting is a relatively new wellness trend. Because bone broth is such a rich source of essential amino acids and protein, including gut-healing glutamine and age-defying collagen, a bone broth fast offers unique health benefits that you won’t get from juice cleansing alone.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF BONE BROTH FASTING?
Bone broth is one of the most dynamic foods you can consume. It’s an excellent source of micronutrients, amino acids, vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, electrolytes, and collagen.It’s also free from ingredients that aren’t good for you. There are no preservatives, sugars, or artificial flavors. As long as you’re sipping a cup of homemade broth or an artisan bone broth like BABS, you know you’re gifting your body with nothing but pure goodness.Fasting with this nourishing ‘liquid gold’ offers remarkable health benefits. It gives your body a chance to reset, relax, and restore, resulting in deep healing and a difference you can see and feel.
Who Can Benefit from a Bone Broth Fast
Bone broth fasting is particularly beneficial for anyone who:
- Is feeling tired and fatigued, despite getting enough sleep
- Can’t fall asleep easily at night
- Has digestive issues such as stomach aches, nausea, or bloating
- Is sensitive to common food allergens or who has food allergies
- Wants to improve the appearance of their skin and hair
- Feels mentally groggy and lacks clarity and focus
- Suffers from joint pain or arthritisNeeds to boost their health after recovering from an illness
- Wants to live a healthier lifestyle
FAQ – How to Fast with Bone Broth
How long should I fast for?
How much bone broth should I drink each day?
During the fast, drink between three and four quarts (about three to four liters) every day – this is the equivalent of five to six jars of BABS Bone Broth. One serving should be about 12 to 14 ounces (350 to 400 mL).
You can simmer and sip your broth throughout the day. For example, you can drink your first cup in the morning, and then consume more when you’d normally have a snack or a meal. As an example, you could have a serving at 7 a.m., 10 a.m., 1 p.m., 4 p.m., and 7 p.m.
What is the best bone broth for fasting?
All of BABS Bone Broths are high in collagen, gelatin, and glutamine, and they are excellent sources of a range of micronutrients and amino acids. If you have a preference, you can drink your favorite type of bone broth throughout your fast. It’s also a great idea to use different a combination of different broths – which also means a variety of flavors.
BABS Bone Broth includes North Sea Fish Broth, Chicken Bone Broth, Grass-Fed Beef Bone Broth, Bone Broth Pure, and Pork Bone Broth. Each one is high in protein, made from natural, organic ingredients, and delicious!
What can I use to flavor the broth during the fast?
You can drink the broth as it is – simply warm and serve. If you want to, add salt and pepper, lemon juice, vinegar, or other seasonings.
You can also use it to make a collagen-smoothie with fresh fruits or vegetables. Bone Broth Pure is excellent for smoothies as it isn’t prepared with herbs and vegetables so it has an incredibly mild flavor.
What else can I consume during a bone broth fast?
During a fast, don’t consume any inflammatory foods including grains, any processed foods, added sugar, dairy, refined oils, or sweetened drinks. Herbal teas such as peppermint, chamomile, and dandelion root tea are great choices during a fast.
You can include a small amount of healthy fats, clean proteins, and fruits and veggies if you want to. For example, you can add fresh greens or organic raw coconut oil to a smoothie or consume some fermented veggies for extra probiotics.
It’s also important to drink plenty of water. Drink water throughout the day.
What should I eat before fasting?
Is there anyone who shouldn’t fast?
The following people shouldn’t fast:
- Pregnant or nursing moms
- Anyone who is underweight
- Anyone who has hypoglycemia
- Diabetics may want to avoid fasting and should definitely talk to their doctor first
- Anyone who is taking medication should check with their doctor before fasting
What if I feel dizzy or weak during the fast?
Use common sense while fasting – if you feel weak or very hungry, eat something healthy. You also want to give yourself the time to get plenty of rest and to take it easy. Your bone broth fast isn’t a time for hard workouts or a busy work schedule.
Also, don’t worry if you can’t fast for a full three to four days for your first time. There’s no one way to fast and everyone is different. Listen to your body and take care of any needs you have.
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