Sweet, Creamy, and nutty tasting Bone Marrow is a Superfood beyond compare and is the perfect food for children who are failing to thrive. Bone marrow can be eaten on its own, spread on a cracker or piece of toast or it can be blended into sauces like spaghetti bolognaise, soups, muffins, meatballs and anything else that your child will find appealing. Bone marrow is cheap to buy and it is essential to get the highest quality from grass fed animals. I buy mine from either Eversfield Organics or Green Pasture Farms or Primal Meats.
You can place them in the oven with a simple sprinkle of salt and bake for 20 minutes or follow the recipe below for something a little more special.
BONE MARROW is loaded with fat soluble vitamins, and an array of minerals essential for immune and gut health and brain function. A single tablespoon contains nearly 500 calories, 50 grams of fat and 7 grams of protein – if your child is struggling to put on weight, lacks concentration, and has a compromised immune system, this is a Wonder Food to consider. BONE MARROW contains alkylglycerols which protect the body against infections. This was discovered by DR Astrid Brohult, an oncologist, who reported that some children with leukaemia experienced a return to normal white blood cell count when consuming bone marrow.