Why bone broth should be part of your prenatal diet

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Why bone broth should be part of your prenatal diet

Why you should include bone broth in your prenatal diet 🦴🥣

Bone broth is typically made from animal bones and connective tissue, like the back, neck, feet, knuckles, tails, shanks, etc., which are especially high in Collagen. And when simmered down, it breaks down into Gelatin. Both of these contain anti-inflammatory amino acids like Glycine and Proline.

The need for amino acids like Glycine increases exponentially in pregnancy. Making a new human, creating a new organ, and providing your skin the flexibility to hold them both require lots of Collagen!

And they can also help balance out the amino acids in muscle meats, like Methionine, which can become inflammatory in overabundance and can lead to things like elevated homocysteine. Elevated homocysteine can create complications with getting pregnant and staying pregnant.

Plus, bone broth contains tons of minerals like Copper, Iron, Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Sulfur, Zinc, and Manganese, which are also supportive to your fertility and the healthy growth and development of your baby.

Will you be drinking bone broth tonight?

And if you can get my recipe for jiggly, collagen-rich bone broth in my educational guide, Innate Nourishment, get it here!

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