Muscle Recovery Bone Broth

By May 31, 2019June 9th, 2021No Comments
Muscle Recovery Bone Broth

You might be wondering how bone broth relates to medicinal mushrooms? We all know how profound and therapeutic a good old fashion bone broth can be for digestion, skin, joints, and brain function. Allison of Flabs to Fitness brings you this awesome creation that enhances the effectiveness of bone broth by adding Real Mushrooms Cordyceps militaris mushroom extract. If you are new to this fascinating mushroom, Cordyceps militaris is well-known for supporting immunity, adrenal, kidney, and lung function.

Cordyceps-M showcases promising results to help athletes or anyone looking to get the most out of everyday performance. Some studies suggest it can boost exercise performance and by increasing ATP production and enhance antioxidant enzyme levels in the body as well as decreasing lactic acid build-up. Cordyceps-M displays many anti-fatigue properties! Now that you have some background on Cordyceps Militaris. Let’s carry on now to the recipe portion!


  • 1 batch of pasture-raised chicken bones/carcass
  • 3 organic stalks of celery
  • 1/2 organic onion, sliced
  • 1 Tbsp Real Mushrooms Cordyceps mushroom powder
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 1 tsp black pepper
  • 1 tsp organic turmeric
  • 1 tsp organic garlic powder
  • 2 Tbsp organic apple cider vinegar
  • Enough water to cover the bones / fill your slow cooker


  1. Add all ingredients to your slow cooker and place the top on.
  2. Leave on low heat for at LEAST 24 hours, up to a week (the longer you leave it, the stronger the flavor will be. Keep in mind you might need to add more water to the pot once you hit about day 3)
  3. Remove from the slow cooker and store in a large glass container, or simply spoon out of the slow cooker to sip on throughout the week.
  4. For a complete guide to rendering bone broth click here.


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Allison Wojtowecz

Allison Wojtowecz

Hey there!  My name is Allison Wojtowecz, and I'm so happy you're here.  This started out with my measly little Instagram account under the same name (@FlabsToFitness) during the summer of 2013.  Flabs to Fitness has become a corporation as of April 2017.  I have now graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with two degrees: a B.S. in Kinesiology and a B.A. in Theatre & Dance.  I think I'm funny and/or deserve to be on stage, so am regularly trying to grab attention at auditions & comedy shows around Austin.  I am a nationally certified ACE personal trainer, Precision Nutrition Level 1 graduate and Level 2 student, and an avid workout junkie/kitchen-dweller.  Some hobbies of mine (besides the obvious) include hunting and fishing, crafting, writing, making music, reading, and spending time with those I love.  I'm a strong Christian involved in a small group run by two of my kinesiology professors and love serving on mission trips - be they to the local food bank or across the world. Please feel free to ask me about that part of my life, too!  I am a wellness coach, not just a trainer or nutritionist.  I am constantly immersing myself in the study of nutrition and how Paleo living is the basis of optimal eating.  I also believe that each person should test different food groups and macronutrient variations to see what works best for them and what allergens don't necessarily bother them and can be consumed moderately.   If you're looking for a nutrition coach, meal planner, personal trainer, or wellness coach to help you find your groove, I'm your gal!  Let's chat.  Shoot me an email at [email protected] :)