I have found that there are two main areas of focus in human health. The first is to avoid harm in both food and practices, and the second is to be disciplined and make informed choices in both food choices and practices.
the consequences of your food choices
What’s important to understand is that your food choices have a big impact. Farmers only have two types of her: regenerative and destructive. Regenerative farms draw carbon into the soil, starting an upward spiral in which the soil retains more water and nutrients.
It also attracts more rain, paramagnetic (humus in the soil), and diamagnetic (rain clouds), which in turn healthier cropsThis means healthier animals, healthier humans, and ultimately healthier societies.
Let’s get rid of the negatives first. Avoid inflammatory foods and practices: vegan foods (these highly processed foods are not only inflammatory but a disaster for the environment), foods containing oils such as palm oil, soybeans, and canola. , try not to read the corporate propaganda known as the mainstream media.
Now for the good stuff we can all enjoy.
Most of your immune system resides in your gut, which is under constant attack, so first and foremost, be kind to your gut. I have been making bone broth and drinking it for 7 years. The soup contains plenty of collagen, which is essential for toning the skin.
The power of bone broth
Bone broth is believed to help:
- Alleviate joint pain and osteoarthritis
- liver detoxification
- wound healing
- anti aging skin
- Supports Digestive Health
- hormone balance
- increased energy
- bone strengthening
- improve sleep quality
- Relief of symptoms due to certain autoimmune diseases
- boost immune function
best bone broth
The best bone broth is made from finished beef bones that have been grass-fed and ate only grass their entire lives. It was fed and kept in its own manure for the four months it took to fatten for slaughter.
Bone itself is rich in vitamins and nutrients, including iron, vitamins A and K, fatty acids, selenium, zinc and manganese, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus.
What’s the best way to enjoy it?
Start by soaking the bones in water and vinegar. Then add various vegetables, herbs and spices and set it on fire. Cook the broth at 85°C. Cooking above this temperature can break down long-chain proteins, but above 76°C kills dangerous bacteria. After 25 hours, hot fill the soup. This means that the container he fills above 75°C and freezes immediately. Once the broth is thawed, you’ll know it’s good if it has a jelly-like consistency.
Your creativity is the only limit to your enjoyment of Bone Broth. At one end of the spectrum, it can be eaten like jelly straight from the refrigerator. Use it as a base for soups, risottos, chicken gravy or your favorite stew. A more creative friend even made bone broth and kombucha lollipops.
Other habits that I find helpful in improving my health are going barefoot as much as possible, soaking in cold water (ideally the ocean) and hot saunas. We also encourage them to learn to play musical instruments, spend time with farm animals, and learn to sleep well.
Who is Farmer Angus?
Farmer Angus is one of two grass-fed, pasture-raised beef producers in the Western Cape. Biomechanical and regenerative farming principles and practices are applied to the raising of farm animals, including cattle, pigs, laying hens, vegetables and wine. Located on 126 hectares of irrigated meadows Spire Wine Estate Near Stellenbosch. Charcuterie made by Gastro Foods is the only charcuterie in South Africa cured without the addition of nitrates or nitrites.
All Farmer Angus products are 100% free of growth hormones and common antibiotics, and our pig and chicken feeds are glyphosate-free. The farm’s vineyards have been certified organic for eight years.
Farmer Angus was the first in the world to sell carbon credits in 2013 to increase the carbon content of pastures where cattle graze.