Does Eating Bone Broth Make your Cartilage Ligament Better?

Anna Smith
1 min readNov 21, 2019


To use every part of an animal, our ancestors used to make stock or bone broth. There are some parts of the animal that you can’t eat directly such as tendons and ligaments, skin and feet and bones and ligaments. These parts can be simmered over a period of days after boiling.

Bones and ligaments release healing compounds due to simmering. These compounds include proline, glutamine, collagen, and glycine. These compounds are really powerful and can transform your health.

Does Bone Broth make your cartilage and ligaments better?

The simple answer is Yes! because it contains the nutrients that are beneficial for cartilage and ligaments.

Here are some benefits:

  • Protect Joints
  • Healthy Gut Growth
  • Maintain healthy Skins
  • Supports Immune System
  • Boosts Detoxifying
  • Promotes Anabolism
  • Boost Anabolism



Anna Smith

My name is Anna. Friends call me Annie. I’m a writer by profession and foodie for love. I will share my thoughts on foods their benefits and side effects.