Which bone broth is better if you are watching your salt intake?

If you are monitoring your sodium intake because of high blood pressure, our chicken bone broth is a good option because of the ratio of sodium to potassium. Studies have shown that aiming to eat twice as much potassium as sodium may be more effective in managing blood pressure than just reducing sodium alone. (1) The World Health Organization also recommends keeping a sodium to potassium ratio of 1:2 to help manage blood pressure and the natural increase that comes with age. (2) Kettle & Fire Chicken Bone Broth has twice the amount of potassium as sodium — making it a great option if you are concerned about your blood pressure levels.

If you need help on your bone broth journey or have questions relating to health, come join our Bone Broth Sippers group on Facebook. Our resident nutritionist, Carrie Bonfitto, will be happy to answer any health and nutritional questions.

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