Green juice may soon lose its status as the "It" accessory of the wellness elite as bone broth creeps onto the scene. As the name suggests, bone broth is made by boiling animal bones and vegetables for several hours, then straining the liquid. The idea is that the bones and their marrow release nutrients over time -- the longer they're boiled, the more nutrients are released.
Depending on the type of bones and vegetables cooked, this trendy broth can contain skin-saving ingredients like calcium, magnesium, sulfur, phosphorus and glucosamine, which, research suggests, can soothe inflammation, translating to less-blotchy skin. And, according to Pasquale, because it's a good source of collagen, bone broth may help with cellulite and promoting toned, youthful-looking skin.