Bone Broth (UK Farm)

Double Concentrate UK Farm Produced (HIGH STRENGTH FRESH & LIVE)
265g (9.32 fl. oz.)

Highest Quality Bone Broth, sourced from pasture raised cattle, free to roam (grass, air, land and water). This Double Concentrate Bone Broth is Ketogenic supportive, rich in Proteins and Essential Amino Acids, absolutely Free From... hormones, antibiotics, steroids, sugar, gluten, dairy, chemicals and preservatives, so it's super clean and trusted. After refrigeration smooth to blend‚ convenient to use and easy to digest. You must select 1st Class in Shipping when you order.

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SO FRESH IT'S ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE UK DUE TO SHELF LIFE. Double Concentrated Bone Broth is made from the highest quality cow or chicken bones, grass fed to organic standards and is twice slow cooked for up to 48 hours to help facilitate the release of glycine, proline, calcium, gelatine, magnesium, phosphorous and potassium. The incredible nutritional profile and impressive health benefits remain intact, with the additional ingredients you get a boosted natural flavour. It’s a revival in food based nutritional supplementation that delivers the homemade bone broth in a convenient, easy-to-use jar to go in your fridge. Both the Bone Broths (Chicken/Beef) are mild-tasting and versatile enough to mix it with any hot beverage you choose. Bone Broth is also a great addition to soups, stews and casseroles.

For as long as humans have been cooking food over fire, they have been simmering the stock of bones from fish, cows, chicken, turkey and other animals that are typically discarded in the modern day. Bone Broth is a staple food of the ancient world and is still celebrated by many indigenous cultures. In fact, just about every peoples throughout history have used a form of Bone Broth. Historically, people used all parts of the animals they consumed; both out of reverence for the animals’ lives and to get the most nutrition for themselves. Over time humans discovered the best method was to simmer leftover bones, cartilage, and ligaments for many hours over low heat. This process breaks down the bones and tissues to extract the nutrients found in these parts vitamins and minerals you can’t find in muscle meat alone. Look into traditional cookbooks and you’ll discover Bone Broth is used in many soup and sauce recipes for added protein, flavour, and thickness.

Bone Broth Double Concentrate

  • Organic Protein & Collagen.
  • Essential Amino Acids.
  • Glucosamine, Chondroitin Sulfate, Hyaluronic Acid.
  • Supports a Gut.
  • Skin Elasticity, Hydration. Age Prevention.
  • Supports weight-loss and figure. 
  • Detoxifys the Liver.
  • Power Joint comfort, flexibility, mobility. fucntion.
  • Supports a healthy immune system.
  • Perfect Power for the Carnivore, Keto, Paleo Lifestyles.
  • Gluten and Dairy FREE.
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Bone Broth an Ancient Superfood

A South American proverb says, “Good broth will resurrect the dead.” Ancient Purity will never say never, but we haven't seen this yet, but it's more about the international knowledge and respect for how powerful Bone Broth really is and chicken broth, in particular to treat the common ailments and strengthen the body. Bone Broth use is found in nearly all ancient folk wisdom. Evidence of the existence of soup dates back 20,000 years. It’s well-accepted that broth of some sort was, and remains, a staple in many traditional cultures. In Danish and German culture, large hens were specifically reserved for making soup, and the cooked meat was retained for other dishes or added back to the soup. In East Asian diets, dishes like miso sometimes contain meat stock. In Greece, beaten eggs mixed with lemon are commonly added to chicken broth as a traditional remedy for colds and digestive upset. Chicken soup in Hungary usually included organ meats, like chicken liver and heart, while in Vietnam and the Philippines, bone marrow was used as the base for making Bone Broth. In India, chicken soup is popularly sold by roadside vendors in the winter and takes on many different forms.

Chicken soup was a traditional dish of Jewish kitchens. It has even been called “Jewish penicillin” and is used to treat and prevent illness. In American tradition, chicken soup was prepared using old hens that were too tough to be roasted or cooked but still made excellent soup. Unfortunately, the only soup that most people eat today is canned, highly processed, and devoid of nutrients. Many traditional cultures believe that to truly nourish the body and get the nutrients you need to stay healthy, all animal foods should be consumed, meaning all parts, such as, Skin, Cartilage, tendons and ther gelatin-rich cuts of meat. This provided a balanced intake of all the amino acids necessary to build and maintain essential structures in the human body. Some anthropologists have even suggested that in some regions of the world, early humans were scavengers rather than hunters, using tools to crack open the bones of carcasses left by lions and other large predators to expose the rich bone marrow. Unfortunately, many modern cultures have lost the practice of whole-animal eating. The age-old tradition of having a hot pot of bone broth constantly cooking on the hearth has been lost in favor of modern convenience, microwaves, and highly processed canned soups. Bringing bone broth back into the modern diet offers an easy and delicious means of obtaining the nutrition from parts of the animal that traditional cultures prized.

Consumed since the Dawn of Fire

Paleo / Carnivore / Keto

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Another audience that is “fueling the fire” of the bone broth movement is the rapidly-growing group of people following a Paleolithic-inspired eating and lifestyle program. And it’s not just weekend warriors and hardcore fitness advocates that are contributing to the growth.

Bone Broth Protein is low in calories and high in protein, which may boost your metabolism, reduce your appetite and help you burn more calories. It can aid in appetite suppression, simply because the high protein content of Bone Broth Protein may reduce your appetite. Eating more protein may reduce hunger hormones like ghrelin and increase fullness hormones like PYY and GLP. On the joint front it is rich in chondroitin and glucosamine, which may help reduce joint pain for people with osteoarthritis. The anti-inflammation effects come from the glycine and glutamine in Bone Broth Protein supporting effects like suppressing the inflammatory hormones IL-6 and TNF-α, and suppressing free radicals, which damage cells.

The world of health and fitness is often dominated by fads and trends; however, we believe that bone broth is not going away any time soon. For most people, there are two major obstacles to experiencing the benefits of bone broth... the time to make it at home compounds with the expense to buy it pre-packaged, but Ancient Purity recommend if you consuming animal foods Bone Broth should be in your diet. As for research well scientists at the University of Nebraska sought to put some of the ancient folklore benefits to the test in 2000... They found that in vitro (in a Petri dish), some components of chicken soup were able to inhibit the migration of innate immune cells called neutrophils, effectively acting as an anti-inflammatory that could, in theory, reduce symptoms of illness. Whether this effect occurs in vivo (in a living organism) is still unclear, but this preliminary data suggests that our ancestors may have been onto something. We’ll explore how bone broth benefits the immune system more in a later section.

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The Beauty of Bone Broth

The beauty nourishing properties of Bone Broth have been used in traditional cultures for hundreds of years. Creating a Bone Broth releases essential minerals, amino acids and other compounds that support our beauty and healthy glowing skin.

Of course we have to first again repeat Collagen, the protein that forms the foundation of connective tissue, ensuring the cohesion, elasticity and regeneration of skin. Magnesium (known as the beauty mineral) see more on our Magnesium page HERE. Phosphorus, this creates healthy bone formation, improved digestion, hormone balance, cell repair.

Silicon, improves bone health and works to strengthen collagen, for improved hair, nails and skin. Sulphur (if you're on and don't know about Sulphur yet, then you're in for a treat) but Sulphur in short makes you beautiful. The great bonus of reduced skin ageing is attributed to Bone Broths proline and hyaluronic acid content, both have been shown to reduce the effects of skin ageing.

Proline, this is an amino acid (which mentioned above) that helps regenerate cartilage, and increases skin suppleness, does this sound good yet?. Glycine another amino acid that helps prevent breakdown of muscle and assists with detoxification, Glutamine (amino acid) also supports muscles and improves gut health. So it keeps you looking good skin deep, and your body toned.

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Gut / Digestive Health

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The Amino Acids found within Bone Broth support digestion. The Amino Ccid Glutamine being the powerhouse... A 2017 study in the journal Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care notes, Glutamine supplementation helps heal the intestinal barrier in human and animal models.

This may help with conditions such as leaky gut, which irritates the mucosal lining in the intestines and interferes with the body's ability to digest food.

A study in the journal Nutrients says, people with inflammatory bowel disease tend to have lower levels of some amino acids in their bodies. For these people, getting additional amino acids into their diets may help with some symptoms of the condition.

Consuming Bone Broth regularly may be a simple way to get anti-inflammatory amino acids into the body. This Bone Broth is a dense and nutritious gelatinous broth that can be enjoyed by the spoon and added to your favourite home kitchen recipes.

Bone Broth… Closing Thoughts

Bone Broth is a liquid containing brewed bones and connective tissues. To prepare Bone Broth, people use cow, chicken and even fish bones. Consuming Bone Broth might be beneficial for the joints and digestive system, among other health benefits. The tissues and bones of cows and chicken probably make the best Bone Broth. Bone broth contains important nutrients, especially minerals, derived from these tissues. This might make Bone Broth a beneficial dietary supplement for many people. Simmering the bones in water with some Apple Cider vinegar helps release nutrients from the marrow within the bones, as well as breaking down other tissues into the water. High quality Bone Broth, such as the one offered by Ancient Purity, contains readily available nutrients and minerals that might help keep the body working at its best. There could be additional benefits to Bone Broth that research and study is still to uncover. For now, Chicken or Cow Bone Broth is a highly nutritious liquid that may support the body and numerous of its functions.

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  • Beef Bones Grass Fed to Organic standards* 31%.
  • Onions*.
  • Carrots*.
  • Apple Cider Vinegar*.
  • Himalayan Pink Salt
  • Filtered Water.

*Organic ingredient

Paleo-Friendly / 100% Natural / Dairy-Free / Soy-Free / Grain-Free / Nut-Free / Gluten-Free.

  • Non GMO.
  • Hormone free.
  • Cage free.
  • Allergy free (gluten, dairy, tree nut, egg, soy, peanuts, crustaceans, etc.)


  • Use in cooking, as an ingredient or put in a hot drink.
  • After opening store in refrigerator.
  • At its best 7-10 days, ideally use within 14 days.
  • Brand: Ossa Organic.
  • Size: 265g.
  • Container: Glass Jar (No plastic Seal).
  • Estimated shelf life from purchase: 9 Days (Can be frozen and again used within 9 Days).
  • Storage: Refridgerate upon receiving. 

Q - What other type of foods could I add to bone broth to help with flavour?
A – Spring onions, garlic, parsley, celery, pepper and thyme.

Q - Why is bone broth good for gut health?
A – Ancient Purity’s Bone Broth contains loads of glycine and glutamine, 2 key amino acids that assist remedy "leaky gut" and other digestive issues. The amino acids (Particularly glycine) keep the lining of the intestinal wall strong and intact. This might lead to improved digestion and no particles leaking into your bloodstream.

Q - How should I eat/drink your bone broth?
A – We at Ancient Purity prefer drinking a mug of it, just like you would drink tea or coffee. In fact, warming up a cup of broth and adding a pinch of salt to taste is a great way to start your morning! Of course, you can use the broth it in recipes wherever it calls for broth or stock, or turn it into a base for your favourite soup. Once you’ve opened your bone broth, just store it in the fridge. After being opened, your UK farm produced bone broth will stay edible for 7-14 days.

Q - What does the bone broth taste like?
A – It tastes like a combination of beef noodle and chicken noodle soup without the noodles.

Q - Can my children drink bone broth?
A - Yes! Bone Broth is rich in minerals and typically used as the base for stews and soups which can be a healthy addition to any lifestyle.

Q – Can my pregnant wife use Bone Broth?
A - Yes! I can give the same answer as on the question above. Bone broth is rich in minerals and typically used as the base for soups and stews that can be a healthy addition to your meals during pregnancy and nursing.

Q – Can bone broth help me to lose some weight?
A - Bone Broth is very filling, loaded with proteins and nutrients, and very low in calories and when taken instead of sweet drinks and snacks you lower your calorie and sugar intake. Bone Broth is also perfect for curbing sugar cravings and thanks to the proteins it helps you to stay full longer. It can fill you up, without adding weight!

Scientific Articles

FoodandHealth.Com - Does Bone Broth Live Up to the Hype?

BBC good food - Top 7 health benefits of bone broth

Supporting Scientific Research

1. Clark KL, Sebastianelli W, Flechsenhar KR, Aukermann DF, Meza F, Millard RL, Deitch JR, Sherbondy PS, Albert A. 24-Week study on the use of collagen hydrolysate as a dietary supplement in athletes with activity-related joint pain. Curr Med Res Opin. 2008 May;24(5):1485-96. PMID: 18416885.

2. Deal CL, Moskowitz RW. Nutraceuticals as therapeutic agents in osteoarthritis. The role of glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate, and collagen hydrolysate. Rheum Dis Clin North Am. 1999 May;25(2):379-95. PMID: 10356424.

3. Choi SY, Kim WG, Ko EJ, Lee YH, Kim BG, Shin HJ, Choi YS, Ahn JY, Kim BJ, Lee HJ. Effect of high advanced-collagen tripeptide on wound healing and skin recovery after fractional photothermolysis treatment. Clin Exp Dermatol. 2014 Dec;39(8):874-80. PMID: 25283252. 

4. Choi SY, Ko EJ, Lee YH, Kim BG, Shin HJ, Seo DB, Lee SJ, Kim BJ, Kim MN. Effects of collagen tripeptide supplement on skin properties: a prospective, randomized, controlled study. J Cosmet Laser Ther. 2014 Jun;16(3):132-7. PMID: 24131075. 

5. Barbul A. Proline precursors to sustain Mammalian collagen synthesis. J Nutr. 2008 Oct;138(10):2021S-2024S. PMID: 18806118. 

6. Ma Y, Kleinbeck K, Kao WJ. Extracellular matrix-derived tripeptide proline-glycine-proline inhibits keratinocyte proliferation and migration. Wound Repair Regen. 2011 Nov;19(6):718-26. PMID: 22092842. 

7. Stsiapanava A, Olsson U, Wan M, Kleinschmidt T, Rutishauser D, Zubarev RA, Samuelsson B, Rinaldo-Matthis A, Haeggström JZ. Binding of Pro-Gly-Pro at the active site of leukotriene A4 hydrolase/aminopeptidase and development of an epoxide hydrolase selective inhibitor. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 PMID: 24591641.


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