1. Where’s the Beef?
Containing 10 grams of protein per serving with a light, clean taste, 100% Grass-fed Beef Bone Broth from Bare Bones is slowly simmered (never boiled) for 24 hours to retain the most nutritional value.
2. Turn the Beet Around
Cold-pressed beets, fennel and spicy ginger enliven the base of this chicken bone broth from BRU Broth with a vibrant hue and earthy taste. Packed with potassium and folate from the bright beet, this broth touts an extra nutritional punch. $6, brubroth.com
3. Organic Outback
Four types of animal bones, including pastured bison and lamb, are slow simmered to create Bonafide Provisions’ Frontier Blend Bone Broth. The key to this one is the organic parsley, added an hour before the broth is finished cooking, which unlocks any remaining minerals from the bones. $10, bonafideprovisions.com
4. Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
By choosing to slow cook both the feet and bones for 10 hours, Kettle and Fire unlocks the beneficial collagen and allows it to become easily absorbable. This hearty Chicken Bone Broth has 6 gram of collagen per serving. $7, kettleandfire.com
5. Wonderfully Wild
A blend of cinnamon, orange peel, allspice, cloves and lemon peel imbue EPIC Bison Apple Cider Bone Broth with a warming flavor. Apple cider is added during the simmer and acts as a magnet, pulling the essential vitamins and minerals out of the bones and into a nutritionally dense broth. $9, epicbar.com