I'm considering switching from a morning cup of coffee with cream to a cup of chicken bone broth early instead and then have breakfast. Would anyone have a rough idea of the calorie and carb value of the broth? The broth is made from chicken skin, and bones along with a carrot, celery and onion plus water. We all make it differently but that's all that's in the broth. I recently returned from the hospital (knee replacement) with about 5 extra lbs. I'm still battling to get rid of them and don't want to add to my problems. I did my best to keep the carbs low while I was there and that was a real struggle. Over several months I had both knees replaced and a procedure to insert a pacemaker. I want to blame the artifical knees and the pacemaker for the added weight. But even I don't believe that.
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Bone broth carbs and calories