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    Strange physical reaction after eating bone broth..

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    The two times I ate a bowl of bone broth, shortly after I felt almost anxious, and "weird". Anyone ever experience anything like this? I slow cooked 4 bones for 24 hours in the slow cooker., FYI.

    I'm wondering if it is the sodium??

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    getting something you need bad, perhaps free calcium
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    Happened to me also.
    I have to eat it in soup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HealthyGirl View Post
    The two times I ate a bowl of bone broth, shortly after I felt almost anxious, and "weird". Anyone ever experience anything like this? I slow cooked 4 bones for 24 hours in the slow cooker., FYI.

    I'm wondering if it is the sodium??

    You might be interested in reading up on the GAPS Diet by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. I believe it mentioned properly prepared bone broth can kill off bad microbes, causing a "die-off" effect. This could possibly explain the weird, anxious feeling you had. You can also find a GAPS Yahoo Group to ask questions to, if you do not feel like digging for this info.

    I was on the GAPS Diet for about a year. I had similar symptoms as you (plus others) when first consuming bone broth. It went away as my gut healed.

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    Oh WOW! Thanks everyone! I think I will conitinue to eat it....a few more times..

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    Bone broth doesnt agree with me also if I drink it 'neat'. I kinda feel sick or nausea. Ive often wondered why.

    Its fine if I use it in soups or stews...

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    I never just drink it, I use it for stock, soups, poach eggs in it, etc.

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    I found this link on another blog about this same issue
    and found it noteworthy. Sometimes bone broth is just
    too intense to start with if one is sensitive.

    Stock vs Broth – Are You Confused?

    Another idea is to simply start your bone broth regimen with
    much less. I'm personally going to start off with meat stock, as
    suggested in this article, and then move to bone broth, when my
    gut has healed a bit.

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    me too,I never just drink it, I use it for stock, soups, poach eggs in it.thanks

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