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The chilly winter months are the perfect time for thinking about giving your immune system a little boost.  My favorite way to do this is with nourishing foods that not only taste wonderful but also give my body the building blocks it needs for better health.  Today's recipe for Golden Broth contains some of my favorite immune system assistants: homemade broth, turmeric, ginger, and garlic.

A few months ago, I shared my recipe for Golden Milk.  I enjoy this drink so much, but sometimes I prefer a savory cup over something sweet.  Enter Golden Broth.

Turmeric is the star of today's recipe and it is one special little root.  It gets its lovely golden color from curcumin, which not only boosts the immune system but also strengthens the digestive system and supports joint health.

It's important to include black pepper in preparations involving turmeric as the piperine (what makes pepper peppery!) increases the bio-availability of the curcumin, making it easier for the body to absorb this beneficial nutrient.  Adding some coconut milk provides some healthy fats which also assist in the absorption of all this immune boosting goodness!

Ginger and garlic are also well-known for their anti-inflammatory properties and are the perfect flavor compliments to turmeric. These three powerful flavors make for one delicious cup of broth!

Learn how to make Golden Broth - a delicious and nourishing drink with the warm flavors of turmeric and ginger // deliciousobsessions.com

I highly recommend making your own broth for this recipe.  It's simple, economical, and the taste is like nothing you will ever find in the store.  Broth freezes well and is wonderful to have on hand for soups, stews, sauces, or recipes like this one!

Homemade broths contain the components of both collagen and cartilage (glucosamine and chondroitin), which have been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of arthritis and joint injuries.  Homemade Broths are also a healthy source of gelatin.  Gelatin is made up of the amino acids arginine and glycine, which are helpful in aiding digestion and encouraging the body to utilize complete proteins more efficiently.  Gelatin is sometimes referred to as “Nature’s Botox” as it is known to promote hair, skin, and nail growth!

Important Note On Gelatin Types

When it comes to gelatin, you don’t want any old gelatin off the supermarket shelves. You want to look for 100% grass-fed gelatin from healthy animals. Just like other animal products, quality is important. I discuss this in detail in this post, The Scoop on Gelatin Brands.

That is why I recommend Vital Proteins Grass-Fed Gelatin products and Perfect Supplements products exclusively. I have compared these brand with other brands on the market and the quality far surpasses anything else I’ve tried. I am thrilled to be one of their affiliate partners and support such great products and companies.

Perfect Supplements offers a grass-fed hydrolyzed collagen (cold-soluble) and a gelatin (hot-soluble). Read my review of their product here or watch the video below. You can order their own products via their own site here or on Amazon here.

Vital Proteins offers two types of gelatin. The green top (Collagen Protein) is what you need for this recipe and for recipes where you are making gummies, “jello”, etc. The blue top (Collagen Peptides) is cold water soluble and does not thicken or gel-like gelatin does. Both are very nutritious, but can't be used interchangeably. You can order their own products via their own site here or on Amazon here.


Learn how to make Golden Broth - a delicious and nourishing drink with the warm flavors of turmeric and ginger // deliciousobsessions.com

So have I convinced you of the power of Golden Broth yet? Let's give it a try!

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I am always asked about my favorite ingredients and what I use in my own kitchen. I have linked to the products from my affiliate partners that I personally use and recommend. All funds earned go to help support the maintenance of this site and free content. You can view it like leaving a tip. Thank you! 🙂 And now, here are the special coupon offers that select affiliate partners are currently offering:

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Amazon, of course, has everything you need for this recipe. Their prices are often very good, though I love to shop around and sometimes find that Vitacost and Thrive Market have better deals. If you like saving money, it's good to shop around! 🙂

I get all of my herbs and spices from Mountain Rose Herbs. I have tried so many other brands and have never found the quality, flavor, and aroma to be as good as the herbs I get from Mountain Rose.

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About Marjorie Saveski

Marjorie is a blogger and a home cook with a passion for real food, health, and fitness. She is a graduate of Wayne State University and works as an Orthopedic Physical Therapist. Marjorie currently resides in Southeast Michigan with her husband, Alex. Her hobbies include skiing, crafting, and playing around in the kitchen and she hopes to share what she has learned through her real life experience and research with her readers.

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