WipGirl Bone Broth: Part 1
For those who live with gastroparesis, we all have our little survival tricks. This particular broth bailed me out big time. In Part 1, I show you how to make the broth. In Part 2 – I show you how to make it into soup that tastes amazing and also how to cook with it in rice. The possibilities are limitless!
Gastroparesis Bone Broth Benefits:
- Improves nausea.
- Helps with spasms.
- Sleep comes easier and last longer.
- Helps replace lost enamel on your teeth (true story!).
- Eases constipation.
- Improves your mood (sounds crazy, but it’s true).
- Eases joint pain.
If you’re suffering with GP, it’s worth a try. I started slowly with about 1/4 cup for each serving as I eased into liquids. Shooting for 2-3 servings a day (or more). I was able to significantly increase my consumption by the start of the second day… and after 2 full days I really started noticing a difference.
My nausea turned to hunger instead of sick spasms. By the start of day 3, I was drinking 2-3 cups of broth a day, and my belly was handling it well. I also slept for 7 hours in a row without benedryl or a sleep aid. I woke up shocked…and a converted bone broth believer.
By this time, I felt like I had won the lottery. Yes! There was going to be life on the other side of this GP diagnosis!
Within 2 weeks I was on solid food along with different variations of this broth (chicken with rice, etc.) and starting to begin a modified, yet somewhat normal, life.
This recipe is the basis for all the soups I make. In part 2, I will show you all the tips for making this taste awesome.
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Here’s to really chewing our food!
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