Show Notes – The Benefits of Bone Broth with Chef Lance Roll

In this weeks episode we had a great conversation with Chef Lance Roll about the many health benefits of bone broth.

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In this episode we covered:

4:40 – About Lance Roll.
10:00 – The History of Bone Broth.
22:54 – How long to cook bone broth.
24:00 – What bones are best for chicken broth?
26:15 – What is meant by the concept “like attracts like”?
28:24  – Caller Question – What is the difference between bone broth and the stock that is on the grocery store shelf? Do different types of bones have different health benefits?
40:00 – What is GAPS?
44:00 – How does bone broth help to improve conditions such as adrenal dysfunction and leaky gut?

Links We Discussed

APA Clinician’s Corner: The Food Pollution/Addiction Model for Treating Eating Disorders and Obesity: A Systems Approach

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Download the newly updated ‘Lifestyle’ eBook

Order The Flavor Chef’s Bone Broth online at www.thebrothery.com

Read more about the benefits of bone broth at www.bonebroth.com

Read more about Chef Lance at www.theflavorchef.com

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