There's something to be said for old-world home remedies. A simple cup of tea, a spoonful of lemon juice and honey, or a nice warm cup of broth. Something Grandmas the world over have been serving up for centuries, if not many-a-millennia. The sudden change of seasons, up-and-down temperatures bringing along the sniffles, or maybe your gut is feeling a bit unlike itself, it may be time to get back to basics. For a lot of people, popping a pill or downing a syrupy, all together nasty, bottle of cough syrup is no longer the desired remedy. Don't get me wrong, modern medicine does work wonders, but many of us are focused on the effects of chemicals in our systems and are looking for a more natural approach to health and healing.
Enter John Hopkins of Fiveway Foods. I met John on an assignment for Edible Boston (Story written by Steve Holt) last Spring, for a story that's out now in their Fall Issue. His bottles of homemade broths - Beef, Chicken, Fish, and Vegetable - are the fix many paleo folks are already into. And, for those running home from work not feeling great as the weather gets colder and the winter winds begin to break you down, stop on into a farm stand or health food store near you (a complete list is on his website), as I hear his broths are hitting the shelves, just waiting to give you the boost you need!
For more info, please visit Fiveway Food's website to find a bottle near you!