In the past few months, I’ve been testing my theory that homemade beef broth is an effective treatment for cellulite. I also believe it contains important nutrients that help detoxify fluoride from the body. I’ve been drinking beef or lamb stock every day for breakfast.
For the first few weeks, I experienced pronounced detox symptoms such as headaches, aching bones/joints, and fatigue. I haven’t consumed the stock on a daily basis in the last three weeks and these symptoms have subsided.
My local Whole Foods hasn’t had the organic grass-fed soup bones in stock for several weeks and I ran out of the packages I was storing in my freezer. They also aren’t selling the locally-raised lamb neck bones, either.
For the last batch of stock, I used “mostly” grass-fed bones from a high-end butcher shop in my neighborhood. They assured me the animals were raised without hormones or antibiotics. They lived on pasture until being grain-finished to improve the taste.
Surprisingly, this was the the first batch of stock I made that actually gelled. I wonder what that says about the bones I used for previous batches. The stock looked amazing and tasted incredible, but my skin broke out after the first two days. This is an indication that the bones contained fluoride. It wasn’t the small detox breakouts I noticed from previous batches, but the deep cystic acne I used to get after ingesting fluoride (i.e. fluoroderma).
Perhaps it’s a good thing my previous source of soup bones is no longer available because it provided the motivation I needed to submit my first order to U.S. Wellness Meats.
U.S. Wellness is a family-owned business based in Missouri. They sell grass-fed meats and other quality products sourced from family farms around the world. I’ve known about this company for awhile but I put off ordering from them because I assumed it wouldn’t be cost effective to order meat products in the mail. But shipping is free and they only charge $7.50 for handling per order.
Here are the products I chose for my first delivery:
1. Lamb and beef marrow bones. These bones aren’t certified organic, but they explain in their FAQ section that this is because there is no longer a state-run organic certification program. I am curious to see if these bones contain fluoride or not. They were all out of knuckle bones or I would have ordered them, too.
2. Liverwurst. I’ve been looking for an easy way to get more organ meats into my diet. This liverwurst contains beef, beef liver, beef heart, and beef kidneys.
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