100% Grass-fed Beef Bone Broth

9.95 incl.btw

100 percent beef bones from Aberdeen, Angus, Scottish Highlander, Limousin, and Galloway cows. We simmer the beef bones in filtered water with organic vegetables and herbs. The resulting broth has a smooth flavor with a comforting rosemary scent. It’s a wonderful broth to use as the base for soups, stews, sauces, and warm beverages. You can sip it on its own for a nourishing drink or add it to your cooking to improve the nutrition and digestibility of your meals.

  • 10.4 gr. protein per 100 ml
  • 440 ml glass jar
  • Shelf life of 3 months
  • Store in the refrigerator (1-3 C)
  • Consume within five days after opening


What are the best ways to consume bone broth?

You can sip warmed bone broth as it is adding a little bit of sea salt. To add flavor, simmer ginger, fresh garlic, scallions, rosemary, cayenne, or any other herbs and spices you want in the broth. Season with sea salt and pepper and fresh lemon and enjoy.

How often should I drink bone broth for the health benefits?

You can drink it every day if you want. Here are some suggestions based on your health goals:

  • For overall wellness – Drink about four cups a week.
  • To give your hair, skin, and nails a boost of collagen that you can see – Drink one cup a day.
  • For joint pain relief – Try two to three cups a day.
  • To support a healthy gut – Two cups a day will promote healthy digestion and reduced inflammation.
  • For weight loss and muscle-building – Drink four cups a day.
Should I dilute the bone broth?

For soups and stews, you can dilute the broth up to three times with 440 mL of water, which is the size of the jar. If you’re drinking it for the health benefits, or if you’re making sauces, we don’t recommend diluting it at all.

Where is the gelatin, I don't see any jiggle?

It’s in there! If you don’t see the jiggly gelatin goodness in your jar of bone broth when it arrives, don’t worry. This is normal — because of the temperature changes during transit, the gelatin may have liquefied. Once it cools down, the gelatin will congeal and you’ll be able to see the collagen protein.

Once your bone broth arrives, you can place the jars in the fridge. The ideal temperature for storing our bone broth is 1 to 3 °C.

When is a good time to drink bone broth?

Whenever you like to have a satisfying snack or meal, you can have bone broth. Some people drink a cup between meals for a nutritious snack. Consider making it a part of your healthy morning ritual — a tablespoon or two in your coffee will help to keep you energized and focused.

You can also consume bone broth in a smoothie or drink a cup of warm bone broth after working out. This is a great way to provide your body with protein and other nutrients to support muscle recovery.

What are the white pieces in my bone broth?

The small white bits are the natural fat from the bones. We do remove most of the fat so you likely will only see a small amount, which will dissolve when heated. This fat does enhance the richness of the broth and it’s 100 percent safe for you to drink.



Grass-fed cattle: beef bones (shafts, marrow bones, knuckles, pipes, shoulder blade, neck bones), Vegetables: carrots, celery, onions, garlic, parsley, bay leaves, peppercorns, rosemary, thyme, Allspices, apple cider vinegar, Celtic sea salt, Filtered water

100% grass-fed beef

All ingredients are certified and traceable

Nutrition facts

Nutrition per 100 mL

Energie/Engergy | kj/kcal – 192/46

Eiwitten/ Protein – 10,2 g

Koolhydraten/ Carbohydrates – 0,8 g

Suikers/ Sugars – 0,4 g

Vetten/ Fats – 0,0 g

Waarvan verzadigde vetten/

of which saturated – 1,1 g

Voedingsvezel/ Fibre – 0,4 g

Zout/ Salt – 0,2 g

Shipping & Storage

Standard shipping costs and delivery time

– Countries: NL / DE/ BE

– Shipping days: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday

– Countries: UK, FR, DK, LU, PT

– Shipping days: Monday

– Products are cooled during shipment with sustainable eco-freezing bags

– When the temparute goes up we use extra hemp mats to keep the broths cool

– Our broths have a high quality gelatin of all collagen, which is semi-solid when it is cold
– Store the bone broths in the refrigerator (1-3 C)
– The products have a longer shelf life if you freeze them
– Pasteurized: shelf life up to 3 months
– Opened: shelf life up to 5 days

Bone Broth and Health: A Look at the Science — Kaayla Daniel, Ph.D., CCN

In this presentation, Dr. Daniel will review the science that supports consuming bone broth for healthy bones, joints, skin, digestion, immunity and emotional stability. She will discuss 19th and early 20th century studies on gelatin, as well as recent investigations into the “conditionally essential” amino acids proline, glycine and glutamine and “the essential sugars” N-Acetylglucosamine and N-Acetylgalactosamine.


DrJosh Axe, DNM, DC, CNS, is a doctor of natural medicine, clinical nutritionist and author with a passion to help people get well using food as medicine.