The sodium that is in our bone broth comes from two sources — the bones themselves and a small proportion of added sea salt. During the long simmer times, the minerals found in the bones leach into the water. The majority of our sodium comes from this source and only a small percentage is credited to the added sea salt. Naturally occurring sodium has many health benefits, you can read more about it here.
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