The meat suppliers and bone broth powder below are derived from grass-fed grass-finished cattle and thus have a more favourable ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fats.
Bone Broth Power
Honest + Good Beef Bone Broth Powder is a product I use myself, and I’m convinced it helps my joint health and is an important part of my diet to help manage my knee arthritis.
- Beef broth is made in small batches with the finest grass-fed British cattle, which provides premium nutritional value.
- This promotes gut health, brain health, hair, skin & nails with Type I & III Collagen and is rich in protein.
- It does not contain any hormones or any other nasties! No preservatives or additives.
- Beef bone broth is powdered with a neutral flavour, making it perfect for sweet & savoury recipes.
- Add to soups, stocks, sauces, stew, baking recipes & hot drinks.
You can purchase Honest + Good Beef Bone Broth from Amazon via my affiliate programme if you click here, meaning I receive a small percentage of the sale.
Alternatively, you can visit Amazon via another method or order direct from Honest and Good.
Grass-Fed Grass-Finished Beef Suppliers
These are my preferred suppliers based on price and quality.
Athleat – click here
Old Hall Farm – click here
Below is an order I received recently that contained; Raw A2 Milk, Pasture Raised (GMO & Soya Free) Eggs, Rump Steaks, Liver and Bacon. All of which taste delicious, particularly the A2 milk!
Many other suppliers are available online. However, prices vary considerably.
When comparing prices, compare the cost of a particular cut of meat to the price per 100g, plus also consider any shipping costs when ordering online.
It’s also worth visiting your local butcher to see if they supply grass-fed / grass-finished beef.
Although grass-fed grass-finished beef is the preferred option due to a more favourable ratio of omega 6 vs omega 3 fats, even meats purchased from your local supermarket are more desirable than plant proteins due to their bioavailability and superior nutritional profile.
Personally, I buy in bulk to reduce the impact of delivery costs on my shopping bill and then repack the meat into portions that I can remove from the freezer as needed. I do this with all but the eggs.