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  • Bone broth diet??

    So I keep seeing info about the potato hack diet. Is the a benefit to approaching bone broth that way? Like only eating bone broth for several days?


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    Personally I use bone broth as a base for soup or as a beverage - I wouldn't think it has enough nutrients to live on for several days.

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    • #3
      I wouldn't. I prefer to eat real food.

      That said, bone broth is a big part of my diet. I actually enjoy drinking it and usually have 1 mug per day. It's also great to have on hand for scratch made soups, sauces, etc.
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      • #4
        As a hack for a few days or even a couple of weeks, it might prevent you from going stir crazy in comparison to a straight up water fast. It's also easier to drink salted broth than salted water.

        But a hack is a hack is a hack, so almost anything from mono-food to water will blast off a few pounds in a few days because you eat so few calories. Some people have good results keeping those few pounds off, and some regain them almost immediately.
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        • #5
          agree a hack is a hack and i see no harm in this. might try on/off days with just bone broth one day and "normal" eating the next day, or some version of 5/2, etc.
          As I ate the oysters with their strong taste of the sea and their faint metallic taste that the cold white wine washed away, leaving only the sea taste and the succulent texture, and as I drank their cold liquid from each shell and washed it down with the crisp taste of the wine, I lost the empty feeling and began to be happy and to make plans.

          Ernest Hemingway

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          • #6
            Additionally...I have LC, and whenever I have a bad day or two (every couple weeks or so) if I have a couple serving of BB it always helps and settles things down. My thought process was that maybe a few days of eating this would heal my gut more permanently? And am I right that resistant starch is also good for the gut because it "feeds" the good gut flora??


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            • #7
              Originally posted by breadsauce View Post
              Personally I use bone broth as a base for soup or as a beverage - I wouldn't think it has enough nutrients to live on for several days.
              Yeah, but that’s probably the point anyway; you are supposed to live of your body stores ...
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Tonya Richelle View Post
                Additionally...I have LC, and whenever I have a bad day or two (every couple weeks or so) if I have a couple serving of BB it always helps and settles things down. My thought process was that maybe a few days of eating this would heal my gut more permanently? And am I right that resistant starch is also good for the gut because it "feeds" the good gut flora??


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                There is a huge thread on Resistant Starch about RS and gut flora - well worth reading. Parts, or all of the thread - very informative. Also see this blog

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                for gut flora info (masses of it in present and older posts) and also here

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Tonya Richelle View Post
                  Additionally...I have LC, and whenever I have a bad day or two (every couple weeks or so) if I have a couple serving of BB it always helps and settles things down. My thought process was that maybe a few days of eating this would heal my gut more permanently? And am I right that resistant starch is also good for the gut because it "feeds" the good gut flora??


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                  There is a huge thread on Resistant Starch about RS and gut flora - well worth reading. Parts, or all of the thread - very informative. Also see this blog

                  Cooling Inflammation

                  for gut flora info (masses of it in present and older posts) and also here

                  VEGETABLE PHARM

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                  • #10
                    Same difference really.

                    I did a 3 day water fast. Its absolutely great IMO.

                    Far as resistant starch...just get it from primal foods. I'm not a fan of the raw potato starch hack. Jerusalem artichoke and jicama would make fine additions to help with this. Home ferments such as kraut are also a great idea.

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                    • #11
                      i thought my gut was fine and dandy but it's tip-top since having gelatin regularly. collagen heals collagen. great stuff.

                      i have gelatin in my teadaily and frequently add it to bone broth.
                      As I ate the oysters with their strong taste of the sea and their faint metallic taste that the cold white wine washed away, leaving only the sea taste and the succulent texture, and as I drank their cold liquid from each shell and washed it down with the crisp taste of the wine, I lost the empty feeling and began to be happy and to make plans.

                      Ernest Hemingway

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JoanieL View Post
                        As a hack for a few days or even a couple of weeks, it might prevent you from going stir crazy in comparison to a straight up water fast. It's also easier to drink salted broth than salted water.

                        But a hack is a hack is a hack, so almost anything from mono-food to water will blast off a few pounds in a few days because you eat so few calories. Some people have good results keeping those few pounds off, and some regain them almost immediately.
                        Agreed. People have all sorts of reasons to try these temporary 'fixes', but that's just what they are.
                        Originally posted by Tonya Richelle View Post
                        Additionally...I have LC, and whenever I have a bad day or two (every couple weeks or so) if I have a couple serving of BB it always helps and settles things down. My thought process was that maybe a few days of eating this would heal my gut more permanently? And am I right that resistant starch is also good for the gut because it "feeds" the good gut flora??


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                        I eat for gut health. Since reading everything tatertot & Richard Nikoley have to say on the subject, not to mention countless articles that grace my FB feed on a daily basis, I'm convinced that your gut flora is the way to good health and a good state of mind, so I treat them with the respect they deserve. Personally, I've been using ps for about a year now and aren't about to quit anytime soon. I did have some issues with combining it with sauerkraut (in that I could clear the room), but thanks to some great advice on here, that's been solved. My gut is healthy and I've never felt better. And like noodletoy, I also take gelatin on a daily basis. This actually has more to do with my arthritic toes and my increasing age, but the benefits are bountiful, so it's become another staple in my pantry.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Pamela M View Post
                          .... I eat for gut health. Since reading everything tatertot & Richard Nikoley have to say on the subject, not to mention countless articles that grace my FB feed on a daily basis, I'm convinced that your gut flora is the way to good health and a good state of mind, so I treat them with the respect they deserve. Personally, I've been using ps for about a year now and aren't about to quit anytime soon. I did have some issues with combining it with sauerkraut (in that I could clear the room), but thanks to some great advice on here, that's been solved. My gut is healthy and I've never felt better. And like noodletoy, I also take gelatin on a daily basis. This actually has more to do with my arthritic toes and my increasing age, but the benefits are bountiful, so it's become another staple in my pantry.
                          Pamela, how do you take your gelatin? I've been having a "collagen shooter" every morning with about 2 TBS of Great Lakes Collegan mixed with OJ and water. I've tried sprinkling it in cooked food and can't stand the taste. I'm going to try the idea of sprinkling it into an egg drop soup and see if that is more palatable.

                          Any tips to share?

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                          • #14
                            most often i use the hydrolyzed and have it in tea or bone broth that i make like egg drop soup, like you. that soup also has seaweed and hot sauce, so the other stuff masks the flavor of the gelatin. i can still taste it in my tea but am used to it now.
                            As I ate the oysters with their strong taste of the sea and their faint metallic taste that the cold white wine washed away, leaving only the sea taste and the succulent texture, and as I drank their cold liquid from each shell and washed it down with the crisp taste of the wine, I lost the empty feeling and began to be happy and to make plans.

                            Ernest Hemingway

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by JoanieL View Post
                              As a hack for a few days or even a couple of weeks, it might prevent you from going stir crazy in comparison to a straight up water fast. It's also easier to drink salted broth than salted water.

                              But a hack is a hack is a hack, so almost anything from mono-food to water will blast off a few pounds in a few days because you eat so few calories. Some people have good results keeping those few pounds off, and some regain them almost immediately.
                              Originally posted by Tonya Richelle View Post
                              Additionally...I have LC, and whenever I have a bad day or two (every couple weeks or so) if I have a couple serving of BB it always helps and settles things down. My thought process was that maybe a few days of eating this would heal my gut more permanently? And am I right that resistant starch is also good for the gut because it "feeds" the good gut flora??


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                              Originally posted by Green~Tara View Post
                              Pamela, how do you take your gelatin? I've been having a "collagen shooter" every morning with about 2 TBS of Great Lakes Collegan mixed with OJ and water. I've tried sprinkling it in cooked food and can't stand the taste. I'm going to try the idea of sprinkling it into an egg drop soup and see if that is more palatable.

                              Any tips to share?
                              Just what noodletoy said. I use Great lakes Hydrolyzed and put it in my soup. Btw, I have soup everyday, but not bone broth.

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