Low t injections

Matthew John Dalby provides an excellent and responsible examination on this topic at his site
“A brief search online will uncover claims that bone broth is a rich source of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium. However, when attempting to find the evidence for the basis of these recommendations it soon becomes apparent that very little actual scientific measurement of the mineral content of bone broths has taken place, the recommendations apparently being based on the fact that bone contains minerals and so by the process of cooking that broth should too.” ,,,, and ,,,,,
“As you can see from this table the levels of minerals in a 240 ml cup of this broth was very low and as the authors point out would contribute little minerals to the overall diet.”

Low t injections

low t injections


low t injectionslow t injectionslow t injectionslow t injectionslow t injections