Paleo Turmeric Bone Broth
Turmeric has been the golden child of health-conscious individuals for some time. So has bone broth. I put them together in this Paleo turmeric bone broth to enjoy the benefits of both.
The Benefits of Turmeric
In case you’ve missed it, turmeric is kind of a big deal right now. This bright spice is getting rave reviews for its antioxidant power.
Turmeric packs an anti-inflammatory punch because of curcumin, a powerful antioxidant that defeats free radicals in the body.
More specifically, studies have shown promising results of using turmeric to help with Alzheimer’s and osteoarthritis. It may also lower the risk of heart disease and have anti-cancer properties.
The Benefits of Bone Broth
Although bone broth sounds like something you’d only make on Halloween, there are many benefits to this spooky sounding soup.
To make bone broth, you cook down bones and connective tissue in water. As you might imagine, that will take you awhile.
This article includes 15 different Paleo versions of bone broth so you can choose your favorite to use as the base of this recipe.
Even though it’s a labor of love (well, really just time), bone broth offers a lot of nutrients. The gelatinous final product provides nourishment to your own bones and joints and may aid in your digestion.
Specifically, you’re looking at
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin K2
- And more!
So eating this filling, satisfying bone broth boosts your body with critical vitamins, amino acids, and essential fatty acids. Score!
Putting it All Together
As you can see, just about everyone could benefit from turmeric and/or bone broth.
Combining the mega-nutrients in bone broth with the anti-inflammatory powers of turmeric makes this recipe a one-two punch of feel goods for your body.
I took it one step further by adding ginger, which also has anti-inflammatory benefits and has been said to soothe upset stomachs.
More Paleo Turmeric Recipes
If you’re sold on the power of turmeric to help and heal you, there are some additional recipes you should know about.
Check out these 18 recipes to increase your turmeric consumption. You’ll add some color, flavor, and healing into your diet and get some tasty Paleo dishes to boot.
From tonics to tea and from soup to sweet potatoes, there are so many delicious dishes just waiting to be tried!
A powerful health broth
- Heat up the bone broth, add in the rest of the ingredients, and whisk well.
All nutritional data are estimated and based on per serving amounts.
- Calories: 20
- Sugar: 0 g
- Fat: 1 g
- Carbohydrates: 0 g
- Fiber: 0 g
- Protein: 0 g