The results of a new study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry revealed that eating bone broth significantly helps improve bone health.

Bone broth is a soup in which bones have been boiled, to contain connective tissue.

Cooking the bones slowly in vinegar helps release some of the nutrients in them, which are needed by the human body.

It is believed that bone broth has many health benefits such as helping to reduce the risk of infections, improving sleep, especially in the event of a fracture.

The researchers behind the study confirmed that bone broth contains amino acids, various minerals and proteins, and the researchers wanted to know how the protein is converted during cooking of the bones into short chain amino acids.

The researchers focused on a number of specific enzymes, including one called (ACE-1), all of which are enzymes that regulate different aspects of the functioning of the circulatory system.

Enzyme (ACE-1) is used to treat high blood pressure and infections that may affect the heart.

According to the researchers, these findings may mean that bone broth is beneficial in promoting heart health by:

  • Reduce high blood pressure
  • Protection from type 2 diabetes
  • Reducing the risk of obesity
  • Protection from injury.