Is this a question you have been asked by a well-meaning loved one? Let’s just say, you need to handle this question with the proverbial “pinch of salt.” There are only 200 milligrams of sodium in a serving of our bone broth. If you had to consume three servings per day, you would still be well under the 2300 milligrams recommended by government guidelines.
Chris Kresser, a leader in functional medicine and a lover of Kettle & Fire Bone Broth, has written a wonderful article that “shakes up” (apologies for all the salt puns), the general viewpoint on sodium. His article Shaking-Up the Salt Myth (aptly named) provides some insight into new measures for salt intake and a consideration on what healthy sodium intake is.
On a side note, did you know that the majority of the sodium in our bone broth comes from the bones themselves? Only 10% of the sodium comes from sea salt in our Beef Bone Broth.