Last time I wrote about dinosaurs. Today I’ll talk about bone broth.
I’m currently doing a modified bone broth cleanse, where you just drink bone broth all day instead of eating food. I’m also drinking raw whole milk, which is incredibly tasty and beneficial for your health, unlike pasteurized milk, even organic pasteurized milk. And, of course, good ol’ water. And some occasional komboucha tea. And some probiotics. My gut must be in heaven.
At first I didn’t think I could survive on bone broth, so I was adding in some powdered veggies, as well as some protein powder. But my body was not happy with any sort of powdered food; it demanded only liquids, especially the liquid gold that is bone broth.
After taking out the excess foods, my body was very happy with the broth and milk the most. I got hungry but if I was hungry I just drank more gold. Then, I slept like a baby and I found myself looking younger in the mirror. This was way better and easier than makeup or using a myriad of skin care products. My neck looked good, which is a concern after a certain age.
I have reached the stage where you say “a certain age.” This was never supposed to happen, but then it did when my doctor used that phrase. I am still in denial.
So my skin looks so clear, my neck looks good, and I’ve lost some weight. In the past, I’ve done fancy juice cleanses that were organic, specially formulated for nutritional optimization, and were not cheap. They were beneficial, but they don’t come close to beating the effectiveness of a bone broth cleanse. It’s tons cheaper and easier to do. The only expensive parts are the raw milk and the probiotics, but it’s a small price for the benefits I’ve experienced. (Tip: don’t buy broth, make it at home with grass-fed or other quality bones for the purest golden benefits.)
The purpose of the cleanse is not for making my neck look better, but for other reasons that will stay a mystery for now.
And I’m still not finished with the cleanse. So I’ll have to see what happens when I start eating solid food again. I do miss my burgers and fries.