Great to eat when you have a cold or the flu…
1.000 to taste beef bone/s or chicken bones as needed
1.000 enough water to cover bones
3.000 Tbsp, tablespoon/s vinegar, apple cider (make sure to add vinegar to leach the minerals out of the bones)
2.000 ea, each bay leaf/leaves
1.000 to taste Salt and pepper to taste
3.000 each carrot/s (optional, can use carrot peels)
2.000 each onion (can be onion skins and cutoffs)
1.000 each celery stalk/s (can use leaves and cutoffs)
1.000 head/s or to taste garlic, fresh (optional, can use garlic powder to taste)
Dr. Christine Sauer, MD,ND(Ger), INHC, CBHC is a German-trained conventional as well as naturopathic physician, a Certified Brain and Mental Health Expert and Coach and a Certified Integrative Nutrition Holistic Health Coach. Through her own journey from successful owner of a large practice in Germany through the abyss of mental and physical health to complete recovery she discovered her unique process to help her clients achieve lasting health and wellness. Her mission is to change the world for the better, one life at a time. Her hobbies are science, learning new things, cooking, gardening and her backyard chickens and dogs.
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