Bone Broth Subscription (monthly)BrothMasters
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For $10 off your first order use code BROTH4LIFE at checkout
Ingredients: Filtered water, grass fed beef bones, free range chicken bones, organic onions, organic carrots, organic celery, garlic, lemon juice, organic parsley and bay leaves.
The 20-pack subscription is for those who want to add broth into their daily life for improved overall health or weight-loss. The broth can also be used as a meal replacement with add-ins (like quinoa, veggies, chicken, etc...). The 20-pack is great if you want to incorporate broth into your monthly diet on a regular basis.
The 30-pack subscription is for those who are looking for frequent use, whether you're dealing with a health issue, a gut issue, arthritis, gout, joint pain, or any kind of inflammation. We recommend 2 cups a day, every day; one cup in the morning and one in the evening.
BrothMasters bone broth is slow simmered for 48 hours, using the best ingredients to bring you a delicious broth. Our broth is packed with calcium at 30% of your daily intake per 8oz serving and loaded with other powerful healing nutrients.
Our subscriptions ship out once a month, with a 30-day supply based on your individual needs. You'll receive a notification 3 days before each monthly shipment, in case you want to make any changes, skip your next delivery, or cancel your subscription.
1 cup (8 oz., half a pouch)
- 14 grams of protein
- 30% of your daily calcium
- 290 mg of potassium
- 80 calories
- 150 mg of sodium
Our bone broth ships frozen in insulated boxes.
Midwest and east coast: ships Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and usually takes 2 days
West coast: ships Mondays, and usually takes up to 4 days
Once we ship, we provide you with the tracking number encourage our customers to please check the delivery date. Once we ship we cannot offer refunds should you not be home for delivery of your broth.
Up to 6 months in the freezer
Up to 6 days in the refrigerator (once defrosted)
Do not cook or microwave in the pouch. Defrost first, heat to a boil and enjoy!