If you are having digestive issues such as bloating, slow digestion, intestinal dysbiosis, constipation, leaky gut etc., bone broth is an excellent food to try because is loaded with vitamins and minerals such as iodine, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, collagen; it helps to heal and seal the gut, thereby improving digestion, preventing undigested food particles from entering the blood stream and eventually fighting inflammation and digestive problems. It is especially good for people with thyroid issues.
For people who are staying away from meat or chicken for various health or personal reasons, fish bone broth is a great alternative.
Fish Bone Broth
Wash the fish and rub salt on it to add some flavor in, then pour in the ACV.
Cut the vegetables into tiny pieces.
Put a pan on fire, add the olive oil and pour in the vegetables.
Stir and allow to cook for about 5 minutes.
Add water into the pan and add the fish, and make sure the heat is on medium.
Allow the water to come to a boil, then add the spices.
Cover the pan partially and cook for 50 minutes. If the water begins to dry, add some more to get enough broth.
Skim off any fat or oily film off the surface.
Take the pan off the fire, then pour into containers. Let cool and then refrigerate and eat in 3 days or freeze for up to 3 months.
Some people strain the broth to take out all solids including bones, but I like to eat it all as it is now very soft and delicious.
Wild Cod is a good fish to use because it isn’t fatty, as fatty fish can become rancid and develop an off-taste after cooking for quite a while. Also, try to go for wild options rather than farms. Rockfish, Halibut, Tilapia are also good alternatives to use.