Broth and immunity

Chicken broth is one of the most nourishing foods you could include in your diet. Easily digestible and packed with nutrients that dissolve from the bones, such as valuable amino acids which act as building blocks in the body and have their own unique and important roles in supporting your inner workings.

The gelatine within broth also enables us to digest more effectively, adding to the highly bioavailable benefits of bone broth.

In our mfm broths we include mineral rich vegetables and unique botanicals like sea vegetable arame, turmeric, garlic, ginger, nettle, astragalus, gotu kola and many more making our broth an incredibly rich and diverse source of nutrients.

For good reason bone broths have been used by almost all traditional cultures for nourishment and healing. Known as 'jewish penicillin' in New York, the chicken fat in broth contains a powerful immune boosting monounsaturated fat called palmitoleic acid. 

A well-made chicken bone broth contains cysteine, an amino acid that has been shown to thin the mucus in your lungs and make it less sticky, so you can remove it more easily. A good broth also contains other immunity boosting compounds like glutamine and carnosine.

So if you are feeling under the weather, reach for a well made, warm cup of bone broth. Our mfm Immune Chicken Broth is the perfect drop, for all the above reasons and because its delicious, moorish flavour tastes and feels like a 'big warm hug'. 



Blureau, J., (2018). Wholefood For Children (1st ed.). NSW, Australia: Murdoch Books.