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    I've always had bone broth in my diet, so I can't exactly say that this is something I'd thought about much. Recently, though, I've been talking to my mother and grandmother a lot about food (and they listen, cuz all of us are into health from the nerd's standpoint), and they pointed out something interesting: every woman in my family maintains their bone health post-menopause (grandma has the bone density of a 35-year-old), and none of us has any cellulite, even those of us who are overweight. I was 140lbs overweight a few years ago, and even then I had no cellulite. My mother, in her forties, still has clear, smooth skin and is regularly mistaken for my sister. My grandmother is in her sixties and looks like she's 45.

    When asked, my grandmother says about laboratory-tinkered foods like margarine and fat-free cheese: "I trust cows more than scientists."

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    I had (professionally diagnosed) osteopenia as an after effect of chemotherapy which is now gone (professionally scanned and back to healthy density). You could say that it was the bone broth but I would say that is was the bone broth as a part of the whole PB eating/fitness/sleep/play/sunshine plan.

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    I've had plantar fasciitis for almost two years with no relief. I went on the Paleo diet two months ago mainly because of the reported anti-inflammatory effects and to loose weight. I've been drinking 1 to 2 cups of homemade chicken/beef bone broth for the past two weeks and have noticed considerably less heel pain. I've also been drinking a daily smoothy made with almond milk, hemp seeds, hemp oil and coconut oil for about two weeks. Maybe the positive effects of the Paleo diet are finally kicking in after two months? Or maybe the addition of EFAs? I don't know, but I didn't start to get relief until I started the bone broth/smoothy routine. It feels wonderful to be able to walk again.

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    My hair and eyelashes are growing faster too - especially my armpit hair! My knees click less (a lifelong problem) and it makes all my soups and stews taste lovely.

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