What is the difference between Kettle & Fire Bone Broth and collagen powders?
I’ve never tried Bone Broth before. What should I expect?
What is the Ketogenic Diet?
How is Kettle & Fire Bone Broth different from regular broth and stock?
Where can I find more information about Bone Broth?
Which one should I choose, Chicken or Beef Bone Broth?
How do I open the carton?
What are the health benefits of bone broth?
What is the Bone Broth Diet?
All About Bone Broth
What is guar gum & why do you use it in your Soups?
Where does the sodium in your products come from?
How much collagen is in your products?
How much potassium is in your products and what is it good for?
Where can I find nutritional labels & full ingredient lists?
Why do you use apple cider vinegar in your Bone Broth?
How much sodium is in your products?
Why is having collagen in your products good for me?
Does Bone Broth need to gel for there to be collagen?
Why is your fat content so low in your Bone Broth?
How does Kettle & Fire achieve a long shelf life?
What is Tetra Pak and why do you use it to package your Bone Broth?
Where are your products made?
How do you maintain your high quality standards?
Special Dietary Requirements
Do you offer a vegetarian substitute for bone broth?
Is your Beef Chili paleo- or keto-friendly?
Are your products kosher or halal certified?
Is Kettle & Fire autoimmune protocol (AIP) friendly?
Do you add MSG to your products?
Can I use bone broth while cooking?
Do I have to skip solid meals and drink bone broth instead to get the full benefits?
When is the best time to drink bone broth?
When first starting out, how much should I drink?
Where is the best place to store your products?
If I drink bone broth unheated, are the benefits the same?
Can your Bone Broth help improve my skin?
How much bone broth should I drink per day to see the benefits?
Can your Bone Broth help improve my sleep?
If I only drink your Bone Broth for 2-3 days, is this a good means of detoxing?
How does bone broth specifically support gut health?
Beef Bone Broth
Lemongrass Ginger Beef Bone Broth
Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth
Chipotle Beef Bone Broth
Mushroom Chicken Bone Broth
Coconut Curry Bone Broth
Chicken Bone Broth
Keto Bone Broths
Spicy Cauliflower Keto Bone Broth Soup
Broccoli Cheddar Keto Bone Broth Soup
Mushroom Bisque Keto Bone Broth Soup
Butter Curry Keto Bone Broth Soup
Thai Chicken Curry Bone Broth Soup
Butternut Squash Bone Broth Soup
Creamy Tomato Bone Broth Soup
Chicken Noodle Bone Broth Soup
Beef Chili with Beans Bone Broth Soup
Miso Bone Broth Soup
Subscription & Loyalty Program
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How do I cancel my subscription?
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How do I change my delivery frequency?
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Subscription Terms & Conditions
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Order & Shipping
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Do you ship internationally?
Do you offer free shipping?
How do I track my order?
I live in Canada. How can I order Kettle & Fire products?
Do you ship to APO/DPO/FPO addresses?
My order arrived frozen. Is it safe to use?
My order arrived damaged. What do I do?
I think my order may be missing. What do I do?
My order arrived really hot. Is it safe to use?
Order Changes or Edits
You may have seen guar gum listed as an ingredient in some of our Soups. Guar gum is derived from the guar bean, also known as the Indian cluster bean. Guar beans look similar to green beans and are a common vegetable in India.
The gum made out of these beans is used as a thickening agent in packaged foods instead of wheat or dairy. Guar gum can be commonly found in canned coconut milk.
We use guar gum in our Soups to give them a thick creamy texture while keeping them gluten-free and dairy-free.
The amount of guar gum in our Soups is very low and most people will be able to consume it without any issues.
However, if you have been diagnosed with digestive issues like SIBO or IBS, you may want to try removing guar gum from your diet completely to see if your symptoms improve. Check labels for guar gum (sometimes called gellan gum) and try switching to our Miso Soup or any of our Bone Broths, which are free of guar gum.
Other important considerations are that some people with soy allergies are also allergic to guar gum. Also, consuming guar gum in extremely large doses (over 21 grams per day) may cause side-effects including abdominal discomfort, gas and bloating; gastrointestinal obstruction, a narrowing of the intestine or esophagus; low blood pressure; low blood sugar; and pulmonary embolism. So avoid foods and supplements that have high levels of guar gum.
About the Author: Carrie Bonfitto is a board-certified holistic nutritionist, wellness educator and culinary instructor in the Los Angeles area. Through her private practice, Two Hearts Nutrition, she turns up the heat on healthy eating, transforming it into delicious and practical food therapy. Having spent years getting bounced from doctor to doctor before taking her health into her own hands, Carrie is dedicated to helping those who suffer from chronic conditions regain their vitality.