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Learn how to make chicken bone broth.Chicken Bones

To be clear, we're not suggesting you eat chicken bones, but rather cook up nourishing broth using the leftover chicken carcass and bones. This traditional food is packed full of minerals that will improve digestion, nourish your joints, tendons, skin, and ligaments, and bolster your immune system (they don’t say eat chicken soup when you're sick for nothing!).

Prep tip: Be sure to boil your broth from a grass-fed chicken. Most store-bought chickens are raised on a steady diet of drugs, harmful additives, and low-quality feed, something you don’t want to cook down into a broth.

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