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Text: 'Gelatinous Jiggly Bone Broth'
From Bone Broth—A Most Nourishing Food for Virtually Any Ailment Kaayla Daniel: "Yes. Sally Fallon Morell and I get a lot of questions about how to make the most nourishing broth. One of the ways to make sure that it’s gelatinous, that it gets really jiggly that’s a sign of a well made broth it gets jiggly after you refrigerate it. To make sure it’s jiggly, we’re going to throw in some chicken feet and possibly a pig’s foot. But we can also use a lot of the joint bones."

Text: 'Gelatin = Collagen The most abundant protein in the body'
From 911: Dr. Kaayla Daniel Shares The Healing Goodness Of Nourishing Bone Broth at 10:27 Kaayla Daniel: "Collagen is rich in homemade bone broth and collagen is the biggest proteins in our body more collagen than any other protein. And there is many many forms of collagen including cartilage. And we need collagen for beautiful skin, nails, healthy joints, healthy bones."
And at 11:07 Kaayla Daniel: "So collagen when it's processed it becomes something called gelatin."

Text: 'Skin, tendons, ligaments, internal organs, bones and vascular system' 'Cornea and the vitreous humour of the eye' 'Collagen keeps the walls of our arteries and other hollow organs strong'
From Nourishing Broth to Nourish your Body & Soul Here are the 5 types of collagen in the body found in the book “Nutritious Broth”.
Type 1 is found abundantly in the skin, tendons, ligaments, internal organs, bones and vascular system. It constitutes 90 percent of the body’s collagen and is found just about everywhere except in cartilage.
Type 2 is the cartilage builder, and occurs in the cornea and vitreous humour of the eye.
Type 3 collagen teams up with type 1 to keep the walls of our arteries and other hollow organ strong and supple.
Type 4 ensures the health of cell basement membranes and the filtration system of capillaries.
Type 5 is needed for the surfaces of cells, healthy hair, and the placenta during pregnancy.

Text: 'Over 27 types of collagen needed'
From Collagen So far, 28 types of collagen have been identified and described.

Text: 'Collagen fibers are the rebars in our bodies providing structure'
From BD Now! Podcast Episode 023 Kaayla Daniel, Co-Author with Sally Fallon Morell of Nourishing Broth at 32:10 Kaayla Daniel: "People keep thinking it's calcium but it's like concrete. That if your going to use concrete for construction you need it to have rebars in there to give some strength and structure and that is what the collagen does. So we get plenty of collagen in bone broth."
And Bone Broth and Health: A Look at the Science — Kaayla Daniel, Ph.D., CCN (AHS14) at 22.49 Kaayla Daniel: "The key is the collagen in the broth, cause the building blocks of bone are collagen fibers. They form the scaffolding, you have to have the structure in place because without that structure you can place all the calcium and other minerals you want and all your going to build is chalk that can start to fall apart."

Text: 'The protein sugars in broth help grow collagen strengthening bone, joints'
From Episode #38: Ask the Primal Doctor – Q&A with Dr. Cate Shanahan Dr. Cate Shanahan: "...In that joint material is some magic stuff, are families of molecules called glycosaminoglycan, proteoglycans, and glycoproteins. These all have benefits in our body that were not really appreciated until fairly recently. Particularly a family of molecules called glycosaminoglycan that are encapsulated into a related form called glucosamine and chondroitin. These are joint supplements that have some benefits on connective tissue health but nowhere near the benefit that you get from boiling bones and having bone stock in your life. ...The glycosaminoglycan act as growth factors for the cells in your connective tissues called fibroblasts. Fibroblasts produce collagen..."

Text: 'Basic Bone Broth recipe: Bone joints, filtered water, veggies, vinegar, non-reactive cookware'
From Soup-stenance In a big pot, cover your choice of bones, either chicken, duck, turkey, beef, buffalo, lamb, or fish, in cold filtered water with one to two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar per quart...
Leave your stock simple or add your choice of vegetables...
On the subject of cooking, let’s talk equipment. You will need a large soup pot, preferably one made from a non-reactive material...

Text: 'Bone Broth's proline, glycine, glutamine: So theoretically our bodies can produce them from what are called the essential amino acids.' 'But in practice most are not healthy enough to do so and we benefit greatly getting these from food. Kaayla Daniel, Ph.D in Nutrition'
From What Women Must Know - Nourishing Broth: An Old Fashioned Remedy for the Modern World with Kaayla Daniel, PhD. at 22:29 Kaayla Daniel: "The 3 big ones are proline, glycine and glutamine and textbooks that nutritionist study talk about those amino acids as being non-essential. So theoretically our bodies can produce them from what are called the essential amino acids. But in practice most are not healthy enough to do so and we benefit greatly from getting these from food. And the food we can get them from is guess what, it's our good bone broth. And it's a very easy way to get a whole lot of proline, glycine and glutamine and those are perfect for gut healing, joint health, bone health. Just about everything that our body can do is thanks to proline, glycine and glutamine we really need them and many researchers consider them to be conditionally essential amino acids."

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7th image: Rebar
8th image: Steel workers forming a rebar cage
9th image: Oxtail Soup
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