Iâ€™m Sarah, a Naturopathic Doctor, wellness enthusiast and health-foodie. Iâ€™m a well-being advocate and green kitchen guru who is living my true purpose while guiding patients through their personal health journeys. Iâ€™m also a complete and utter health food fanatic who wants to see everyone benefit from eating healing foods!
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Cold winds and dry indoor heating wreak havoc on the skin, causing it to become lack lustre and dry. While an excellent natural moisturizer most definitely helps, it can only take your skin so far.Â When it comes to achieving clear and beautiful skin, the real work begins on the inside. Lucky for me, my weekly bone broth habit supports my skin just as much as it benefits my digestive and immune system. Bone broth is one of my favourite winter go-to’s because it’s an excellent source of collagen, which helps to maintain skin elasticity and prevent wrinkles. Studies show that our bodies begin to produce less collagen after age 25, which is why it’s so important to get more collagen in your diet in order to fight the signs of premature aging. This bone broth recipe is also full of amino acids and nutrients which speed the turnover and healing of skin cells to prevent skin damage. It’s especially high in the nutrient zinc, which has been shown to prevent acne by inhibiting the p. acnes bacteria that causes breakouts. It’s also wonderfully hydrating and nourishes the skin on a deeper level to help skin retain moisture all winter long, so get sipping.
This bone broth contains tons of beautifying amino acids & nutrients to prevent skin damage and keep you looking lovely.Â
Book a consultation with Dr. White if youâ€™d like to start implementing your own personalized anti-aging protocol. Patients see the best results when they are following customized lifestyle, supplement and dietary prescriptions to optimize physical health and achieve younger looking skin. Book your appointment here:Â https://brontewellness.janeapp.com/#/staff_member/2