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The aim of organic food and farming is to provide products that are as natural as possible. The use of synthetic fertilisers and pesticides is greatly restricted; the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is prohibited...

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Organic. We see the word everywhere in the food and farming world, but what exactly does it mean? Few are entirely sure, and without a full understanding of the word and the agricultural practices involved, it is impossible to truly ponder the many ideas casually thrown around...

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The gut-brain axis: the two-way communication system between our mind and our digestive system. Poor gut health is associated with mental issues such as depression and anxiety, and poor mental health is associated with gut issues such as constipation and IBS

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Seaweed, like bone broth, has been used all over the world for centuries, both as a food and a beauty treatment.  It claims the ability to energise and detox the human body. 

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Earlier this month on April 4th, we celebrated National Carrot Day. We’re not sure who makes these days up, but it was a great excuse for us to celebrate our delicious broths - all of which contain carrots - and some of our recipes which contain added carrot.

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Today, John, my husband is going into hospital to have a much over due knee replacement. This is the consequence of years of sport, mainly football and skiing plus a little bit of general ‘wear and tear’ due to nothing but age!

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14th February - the official celebratory day of romance and love. In many countries across the world, loved ones are exchanging gifts of chocolate, flowers, or something a little more personal. Loving, and feeling loved is an essential part of our social make up, but what about loving ourselves?

There are a number of ways we can take care of ourselves, a good nights sleep, regular exercise, time for ourselves to take a walk, read a book, have a long bath, meditate, or practise some yoga etc. However, a good diet is absolutely crucial for our health and well being, but in order to benefit from good food you need a healthy gut, a gut that is able to absorb good food and that is where we at Osius Bone Broth can help you. Look after your gut and it will look after you!

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It’s the end of January. Festive lights and decorations have come down, and the scales have, no doubt, gone up a little bit. After the indulgence of the festive period, over a third of us make it our New Year’s Resolution to ‘eat healthily’. So what better month is there for Veganuary to fall? Whilst veganism isn’t necessarily synonymous with healthy eating, the diet and lifestyle is made up of a colourful range of fruit, vegetables, beans, pulses, and other plant-based foods, making it easy to enjoy nutritious meals.

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Did you know that monkeys are sometimes exploited to harvest coconuts?  Well, we didn’t  until we applied to the Vegan Society for the Vegan Trademark for our Vegan Vegetable Broth.  Our delicious broth, which is also gluten free, contains coconut oil.   You’ll be glad to hear that the coconuts used in our coconut oil are not harvested by monkeys.   But we wanted to find out more. Just how and why are monkeys being exploited for the harvest of coconuts? 

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Turmeric is a spice that has grown in popularity and interest over the last few years, though it has been revered as a therapeutic spice for over 4000 years, namely in India and the Asian subcontinental culture. Its name means “blessing of the earth” and it has many remarkable therapeutic qualities.

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