Last year, @Lara Moss was telling us about making bone broth to drink for extra vitamins and minerals, plus collagen and gelatin to help joints. I had never even heard of it when Lara mentioned it, but now I am trying some. Bone broth has a lot of glucosamine and chrondoitin , which are the main things that we buy as joint supplements. But it also helps stop things like leaky gut, which would seem to be totally unrelated to joint pain. I have been listening to the fat summit speakers, and one of them was Dr. Kellyann Petrucci, who has written a book about the benefits of bone broth. I am including one of her talks, which looks like it is similar to the one I listened to yesterday. It is a long one, but very informative. After listening to the lecture, I decided to make bone broth last night, so we got some chicken, and I cooked it in the Ninja, had most of the chicken meat for dinner, and then left the bones and veggies to simmer all night long. This morning, I added some pumpkin to give it extra body and vitamins, and I didn't strain mine because I like the thick richness of all of the veggies in the broth. Since I am on the low-carb diet, and it is very cold here now, I needed something HOT that I can eat that is still low-carb, and this looks like it will fill the ticket, plus all of the other benefits.