Bone Broth...Your road map to better health!
Bone broth that you make from home sounds difficult but it is drop dead simple. Homemade broth will be far more nutrient-dense and healthier than what you can get in the store. The way to make your own is really simple. First, you will start with the best bones you can find. Meaning, grass-fed pastured animals raised without antibiotics and growth hormones. The same places that I find my grass-fed beef is where I get my grass-fed bones. For example, I order from US Wellness Meats, Polyface Farms and Grass Roots Farmers Cooperative. These are the three big sources for my grass-fed protein and all three of these also carry bones. I can get beef bones, pork bones, and chicken and if available seafood bones. Any bones will work and any bones are good. I prefer a combination of bones because each animal has a different nutritional profile. Beef might be high in some nutrients, pork in another area, and chicken may add more.
We see you peeking... Oh, that's right you're not peeking, KEVIN let the cat out of the bag (that's nothing new) on the radio and shared that we have been working on a secret squirrel project. Here is a sneak peek at something new and very exciting to look forward to..!!
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I started following KR long before he was on the radio. My health journey began on August 1, 2018. At 56 years old and just topping 400 pounds, I was on nine prescriptions and OTC meds including statin, BP(3), diuretic,
anti-inflammatory, daily Tylenol, ibuprofen, and naproxen.

Fast forward to June 2019 I weighed in at 280 pounds. In August 2019 (one year later) I no longer take any meds. 

Thank you KR, Tribe, and the great people at Let’s Truck. You gave me the hope and courage to change my life.

John Thibeault
Our tribe of professional drivers and owner-operators have a unique advantage when it comes to educating themselves while they are working. How many hours do you drive a week? Imagine using that time to learn about business, finance, health and nutrition, or leadership. Whatever you are interested in learning, you can find audiobooks on the topic and continue your education. 

Not a driver? Not a problem! Try scheduling one hour a week to listen to an audiobook or read a book. Pick something you're interested in learning and make it a priority. Many people who are now working from home can take the time they spent commuting to and from work and replace it with going through a book. 

Take control over how you are spending your time and seize the opportunity to learn about subjects that fascinate you. You will be amazed about how much you will learn in just one week!

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