Intro to Bone Broth

November 29, 2017

Are you ready to join The Paul Project team in drinking between 8 and 32 ounces of bone broth a day for one month? In our introduction episode for December we discuss what bone broth is, the ingredients that go into making it, why it’s believed to be a health superfood, and we even provide a full bone broth recipe to help you make it at home. You’ll get all the info you need to take part, drink your 8 ounces a day for the month of December, and reap the benefits bone broth has to offer!

Some of the topics discussed:


  • What’s the difference between broth and stock?
  • Has broth’s role in fighting the cold and flu actually been proven?
  • What role might bone broth play in fighting the symptoms of fibromyalgia?
  • Bone broth’s role in healthy bone formation and healthy hair and skin
  • Does bone broth need to be made with pastured animals and organic vegetables?
  • Rick’s two optional steps that create a tastier, more robust bone broth recipe
  • A friendly customer interrupts the broadcast for the first time to discuss the brewery’s food, and recommending we come back when they’re serving it!


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Looking for some specific highlights? Fast-forward to the following timestamps:

  • What’s the difference between bone broth and stock? (4:30)
  • Fighting IBS & Fibromyalgia with bone broth (8:12)
  • A friendly customer interrupts the discussion (9:30)
  • Bone broth for fighting inflammation (15:00)
  • Can broth alleviate cold & flu related suffering? (17:10)
  • A discussion on glycine and fibromyalgia (19:00)
  • Bone broth for weight control and healthy hair & skin (21:15)
  • A primer on what to expect before your first taste (23:30)
  • Why the ingredients need to be as pure and organic as possible (24:00)
  • Rick’s bone broth recipe (32:50)
  • Consumption guidelines to participate in the study (41:10)


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