So I have read of a study which tested the water after 18 hours or more or something of a bone broth that was acidic to leach calcium from the bones and the water contained less than 50 mg of calcium per serving, so I am considering eating the bones. Does anyone have any information for how long to cook the bones (beef, turkey or chicken) until they are able to be eaten? Is eating a bone too much calcium because all we need a day is 1 gram and it isn't good to surpass levels too high with calcium. How much calcium is absorbed from eating bones?
Also, does anyone have any information about the nutrition content of bone broths? That could be very helpful as well. Thank you for anyone who has any advice or who has tried to help.