Shedding some light on bone broth

Shedding some light on bone broth

I'll be the first to admit that I'm a little out-of-touch when it comes to popular trends, particularly in the field of natural health and wellness. Partly this is because I'm too busy, but it's also because my inattention is quite deliberate. I have never found much solace in the crush of the crowd, preferring wide open spaces - both physically and conceptually - and the opportunity to connect with others in a thoughtful fashion. In contrast, most popular trends are planted and watered by marketers, who use advertising and social media as fertilizer to pray upon the public's hopeful naiveté, spinning the mystery and exoticism of products and practices far removed from their original context. A good example of this are many of the superfoods that I recently reviewed on my blog. But some popular trends arise from grassroots practices, like the goji (gouqi) berry (Lycium barbarum), long used in Chinese medicine to nourish yin, to benefit the eyes, liver, blood, and fertility. What the mar … [Read more...]