I follow a paleo lifestyle and eat a large amount of organic butter. Recently I made a 3 day bone broth. I had 3 big bowls for dinner and woke up that night, after 3 hours, with a rapid heart beat, acidic taste repeating on me as well as an urgent need to empty my bowels. Can you eat too much bone broth and overload on thd minerals it contains, especially when eating a large amount of fats? Or, are there something wrong with the bones and therefore the broth itself?
Not trying to be negative in any way, shape or form but longer-term some people might not necessarily benefit from such practices (full-text):
"Hypercalcaemia is most commonly caused by primary hyperparathyroidism or malignancy. Vitamin D intoxication, also a cause of hypercalcaemia, is mostly caused by excessive administration of vitamin D-containing medications and excessive intake of foods fortified with vitamin D. We present a young cricketer, with recurrent vomiting due to hypercalcaemia and hypervitaminosis D, who used to drink large volumes of soup prepared by boiling long beef bones, for many months. This case presentation highlights the importance of in-depth dietary history for arriving at proper diagnosis".
what do you mean by a 3 day bone broth? did you cook it for 3 days or did you make a 3 day supply? I'm just wondering if it might have gone bad if cooked for 3 days????
I have, however left bones in the crock pot for 6 days and just keep topping off with water, to keep in constant supply, but I've never had it gone bad as its always very very hot.....
did you use the bones from one chicken, or one animal? fresh, frozen? a bit more details about the broth and bones and hopefully we can figure it out.
Yeah, that would basically happen to me if I ate three bowls of the stuff at once. I've never been particularly successful in incorporating it in my life, though I can handle a cup or so, especially if I have it with other food. So, I don't think your broth is bad, but that there is some reason some of us can't digest it properly.
I also get it, according to this article it's from free glutamates.
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