Yes, the nutrients found in bone broth are bioavailable. Bioavailability refers to the degree to which nutrients are absorbed and utilized by the body.
Because Kettle & Fire Bone Broth is in a liquid state and the nutrients are natural and unprocessed, the body can absorb it and use it easily. Our bone broth also contains gelatin which acts as a protein sparer. A protein sparer prevents the body from using protein as an energy source and therefore, your body can easily use the protein for the task of building and repairing cells.
Chris Kresser, a leader in integrated and functional medicine has written a wonderful article on The Bountiful Benefits of Bone Broth: a Comprehensive Guide.