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What is bone broth?

Bone broth is made by simmering the bones and connective tissue of any animal – pork, beef, veal, chicken or fish etc. Chefs use bone broth as a base for soups, sauces, and gravies. Some people drink it on its own.

Bone broth is not something new. It dates back to prehistoric times when hunter-gatherers turned otherwise inedible animal parts like bones, hooves, and knuckles into a broth they could drink.

At YU, we started our bone broth with pork, commonly used and accepted by the Asian community. It contains small amounts of the amino acid glycine, which may promote relaxation and deeper, more restorative sleep

What are the other types of bone broth you want us to explore for your babies? Comment and give us your feedback?

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