Kettle and Fire Chicken Broth

By March 9, 2017 May 18th, 2017 Uncategorized

Kettle and Fire Chicken Broth

Are you trying to kick the coffee addiction? I write about how caffeine stimulates the adrenals and increase blood sugar (which is why it often helps lower hunger when you drink coffee) and why you should cut it out in my latest book The 30 Day Ketogenic Cleanse. Sometimes we want a warm drink in the morning, not necessarily coffee and this is where a tasty cup of broth can help you transition from a coffee fanatic to a broth fanatic! Kettle and Fire Chicken Broth not only tastes amazing, it has all of the healing properties you are looking for!

Whether it is for you or your toddler (see Kai begging for it in his bottle in the video below) Kettle and Fire Chicken Broth has all the medicinal benefits of bone broth as compared to most store-bought broths and has an exceptionally high level of minerals and amino acids. In fact Kettle and Fire chicken broth can be considered both a high quality multi-mineral and protein supplement.

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Kettle and Fire Chicken Broth

Recipes where I use Kettle and Fire Chicken Broth:

1. “Healthified” Ranch Dressing

2. “Healthified” Clam Chowder

3. “Healthified” Chicken Dumpling Soup

4. “Healthified” Sweet and Sour Chicken

5. “Healthified” Chicken Wild “Rice”

6. Slow Cooker Beef and Broccoli

7. “Healthified” Cream of Mushroom Soup

As well as many, many others!


Bone broths are one of the most nourishing foods. It is so medicinal that if I could bottle up into a pill, the pharmaceutical companies would be broke.  Kettle and Fire understands the amazing properties of bone broth and have created an amazing product!

1. HYDROPHILIC COLLOIDS: Stock is also awesome because it has hydrophilic colloids. Raw foods are colloidal and are hydrophilic, meaning that they attract liquids. This is important because when we eat a salad or other raw food, the hydrophilic colloids attract digestive juices for rapid and effective digestion. Colloids that have been heated are usually hydrophobic (meaning they repel liquids, making cooked foods harder to digest). However, the gelatin in meat broths has the special property of attracting liquids even after it has been heated. A good visual is Jell-O, the gelatin attracts water to form desserts, which allows it to attract digestive juices to the surface of cooked food particles.

2. CROHN’S and COLITIS: Broth contains gelatin, which aids in digestion and works amazing as a treatment of intestinal disorders, including hyperacidity, colitis and Crohn’s disease because it heals the intestinal wall. Many clients of mine have Colitis, leaky gut, diverticulitis, Crohn’s or other intestinal problems. By supplementing with broth and other key supplements (such as l-glutamine) we can strengthen the intestinal walls, which also supports our immune system. Babies had fewer digestive problems when gelatin was added to their milk. It enhances digestion by attracting digestive juices to food in the gut. It also calms and soothes the gut lining. Gelatin should be the first therapeutic food for anyone suffering from digestive conditions affecting the intestines.

3. Collagen is a protein extracted in broth through the breakdown of bone and cartilage during the cooking process and is referred to as gelatin. The quality of broth is usually determined by the amount of gelatin it contains. The gelatin in broth is also useful for the treatment of anemia and other blood disorders, like diabetes, muscular dystrophy and even cancer.

4. AMINO ACIDS: Although gelatin isn’t a complete protein, (it only has the amino acids arginine and glycine in large amounts) it acts as a protein sparer, allowing the body to more fully utilize the complete proteins that are taken in. So if you are someone who can’t afford large amounts of meat in your diet, gelatin-rich broths are great to help boost protein absorption.

5. MINERAL ABSORPTION: Healthy bone tissue is naturally high in minerals (calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium) which provide a healthy bone structure, nervous system as well as hormone balance. Fish stock will also provide iodine which is essential for a healthy thyroid. Broths made from fish bones will also provide iodine. The gelatin in broth strengthens digestion which helps you absorb more nutrients. Gelatin helps people digest milk and dairy products.

“Stock contains minerals in a form the body can absorb easily—not just calcium but also magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, sulphur and trace minerals. It contains the broken down material from cartilage and tendons–stuff like chondroitin sulphates and glucosamine, now sold as expensive supplements for arthritis and joint pain.” Sally Fallon Morell

6. JOINT HEALTH: Gelatin is derived from cartilage from the bone and has a huge benefit for regaining joint health.

Here is Kai signing “Please” (he would flick hi ear for “Please” or “More”) for more of his bone broth!

I am more like you than you realize… you can find me opening a Kettle and Fire organic beef broth instead of making my own broth quite often.

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Kettle and Fire Chicken Broth



If you would like to win Kettle and Fire Bone Broth it is easy to enter!

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3. Comment below on what recipes of mine you would like to use Kettle and Fire bone broth with!

Winner will be chosen April 1st! Good Luck!

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AND THE WINNER IS… Teresa Willey!! Congrats!

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I love it when I get testimonies on healing the thyroid!!!

“My husband and I are now on Day 17 of the 30 Day Cleanse. I have hypothyroidism and have been taking 112mcg of Levothyroxine, for years. On January 20, 2017 I had blood work done and had the following levels TSH – 3.72, Free T4 – 1.40. Then yesterday (March 7, 2017) I had repeat labs and these are my new levels TSH – 0.47, Free T4 – 1.90. Not sure what the increasing Free T4 means. Have you ever seen TSH levels correct this quickly? I’m kind of amazed! Guess I need to decrease my Levothyroxine? Also, I have lost 13 pounds and my husband has lost 22 pounds!”

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Maria Emmerich

About Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • Chasity Moore says:

    Def the sweet and sour chicken!

  • April Beck says:

    Healthy Chicken and “wild rice” recipe!!

  • Emily says:

    Would love to try this broth! I enjoy using bone broth in lots of recipes especially the beef and broccoli! Yum!!! 😋

  • Healthified Cream of Mushroom soup definitely

  • Tracy says:

    Your recipies look delicious, definitely want to make the chicken and dumplings.

  • Rayelle says:

    I would love to try this in the Breakfast Ramen from the Cleanse book, which is one of my favorite meals!

  • Hoping to win! I’d like to try fire and kettle bone Broth with your healthified ranch dressing recipe!

  • Michele says:

    I can’t imagine your Bacon and Eggs Ramen or Slow Cooker Ropa Vieja tasting any better, but Fire and Kettle Bone Broth would make these fabulous recipes even easier to make! Thank you!

  • Kathryn says:

    I would definitely love to try this broth!! I love a warm drink in the morning and cannot tolerate coffee. I would love to try it in the Chicken & Dumplings recipe as well as all your recipes that use bone broth! : )

  • Jean Frederickson says:

    Slow cooker chicken thighs.

  • Hannah Mayer says:

    I primarily would use it to get rid of my coffee addiction!

  • Chris says:

    Chicken and Dumplings for sure!

  • sue in CA says:

    I’ve been making your bone broth recipe for a couple of years now, looking forward to trying Kettle & Fire in Slow Cooker Beef and Broccoli!

  • Terri says:

    I would love to see a chicken and dumplings recipe made with bone broth. Chicken and dumplings make me think of my grandmother 🙂

  • Ilana says:

    I’d like to make the Beef and Broccoli.

  • Miranda says:

    Gah! So many recipes. I’ve been craving chicken and dumplings and recently came across your recipe, so I would definitely use it for that!

  • Miranda says:

    Definitely meant chicken and “wild rice”, not dumplings lol

  • Genevieve Adams says:

    I’d love to try the broth and all the recipes they sound great

  • Becky says:

    The bone broth sounds so good. I really want to try it !!

  • Lenka says:

    This would be for my baby to drink.

  • Becky says:

    Would love to make the beef Pho recipe on the kettle fire facebook page !!

  • dawn says:

    Are you ok with eating this if it isn’t organic or nongmo verified? OR ir is it? If not…reconsider its safety.

  • Melissa Irvin says:

    Cream of Mushroom Soup and Clam Chowder to start!!

  • Pam says:

    Such a good product!

  • Natasha Rucker says:

    I really want to try making some soups (like the dumpling soup!), they are my comfort food and I miss them. Thanks for an awesome giveaway!

  • Allison says:

    Slow cooker beef and broccoli!

  • Deb says:

    Love making the ranch dressing!!

  • Kathy Jones says:

    I would love to try the one broth to make sweet and sour chicken!

  • Amy says:

    Your Cream of Mushroom soup. 🙂

  • Desiree Crisp says:

    Getting ready to do the cleanse! Would love to use this broth!

  • Joy Goddard says:

    I tried the beef bone broth today! I had some leftovers to eat and wasn’t quite sue what to do with them. Then I remembered the cheese sauce (which I made with the bone broth) that is served with the Swedish meatballs (Ketogenic Cookbook). I warmed up the left over cabbage and meatloaf and drizzled the cheese sauce on top. Yum!

  • Pam Harrell says:

    I make your ranch dressing alot. Plus other recipes. I would love to try this bone broth. 🙂

  • Edye says:

    I’d make the chicken and dumplings!

  • JE says:

    I like their product and the ease of buying broth already made

  • Jen W. says:

    I’d love to use the broth in Slow Cooker Beef and Broccoli.

  • Chasta says:

    Cream of mushroom soup

  • Theresa Cole says:

    Slow cooker beef and broccoli sounds fantastic!

  • Angela Knott says:

    Learning more everyday. It’s hard to keep up. Feeling great and will keto on. Would love to try this.

  • Tammy Turner says:

    Would love to make your clam chowder.

  • Tina Moran says:

    Omg so many to choose from…. The sweet and sour chicken is my favorite one to use it in

  • Rachel says:

    I would use this in the chicken dumpling soup. Yum!

  • Tammy Holmes says:

    We use broth every day in my house. If we aren’t just sipping on a warm cup, we are making a soup or sauce. And while I am Keto cleansing, my husband cooks his rice, potatoes, and pasta in broth. We would LOVE to try it!

  • Gloria L. says:

    Mushroom soup. My husband won’t eat mushrooms, so they’re a treat I have when he’s off racing for the weekend. Made with bone broth, soup keeps me satisfied for hours. Who knew.

  • Tana says:

    Sweet and Sour Chicken

  • Teresa says:

    I love making your ranch dressing!

  • Shawna says:

    I would love to try this bone broth! It looks so yummy!

  • Laura says:

    I would love to try any of your recipes. They all look so yummy 😋

  • Katrina says:

    I would try it in the Healthified Cream of Mushroom soup!

  • Amy Bray says:

    Sausage gravy & biscuits!

  • Looks like something I definitely need to try. Just purchased Keto Cleanse and Quick and Easy Ketogenic Cooking. Looking forward to trying all of the recipes!

  • Hope says:

    I would love to make your Healthified Sweet and Sour Chicken with this broth!

  • Sandi Kirnbauer says:

    I would love to make your healthified Cream of Mushroom soup! Sounds delish

  • Shianne Hayden says:

    I would love to make Chicken and Wild Rice soup…but the ranch dressing with bone broth intrigues me!

  • LJ says:

    I honestly never knew you could do so much with this stuff! Amazing!!! I have made your Butterfinger and Almond Joy but time to branch out to something savory!

  • Heidi says:

    Easy Egg foo young! Just made this but would love to try it with this.

  • Alice Johnson says:

    I am new to this but look forward to trying it

  • Leslie Shirkey says:

    I would LOVE to try your chicken and dumplings. I introduced my oldest to some bone broth, not this brand, the other day when she was fighting a cold, next am, she was healed! She said she felt so much better! I have never seen this brand, but I want to try it. I am becoming a bone lover! Thank you for the opportunity!

  • Amanda says:

    I love using bone broth in keto ramen as well as drinking it with some hemilayn salt added! It’s great stuff!

  • Karron Joy says:

    Ethiopian Spicy Chicken Stew!!! I don’t think it will ever stop raining in Oregon. So I am still wanting stews and soups to warm me up at night. I cant always find grass fed animal bones and feet to make bone broth from, so it would be nice to have Kettle and Fire Bone Broth in the cupboards to use in a recipe or to make a mug of warm broth to drink.

  • Norma loredo says:

    I would ❤ to try it with the slow cooker beef and broccoli!

  • Brianne says:

    Healthified Ranch is my favorite I’m sure I would use it for that a ton.

  • Jenny R says:

    I just started the detox and am looking forwarded to recipes like healthified ranch!

  • Siobhan Elledge says:

    Does in a cup count?! Your chili is what I would use it for.

  • Amy says:

    I absolutely adore the healthified ranch dressing! I am looking forward to trying some of the other recipes too!!

  • Kathleen says:

    Spicy chicken stew.

  • Michele Roberts says:

    Cream of mushroom

  • Teresa willey says:

    Chicken and dumplings for sure

  • Lynette Miller says:

    I would love the opportunity to try Kettle and Fire bone broth in the Breakfast Ramen, Chicken and Dumplings (one of my comfort foods), many slow cooker dishes, and my own “healthified” Shepherds Pie.

  • Suzanne says:

    Chicken and dumplings …YUM!

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