Foods to Naturally Repair Torn Tennis Elbow Tendons
I routinely receive emails asking about specific foods or supplements that could naturally repair and help accelerate the recovery time of your torn elbow tendons.
If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know by now, I am totally against taking anything in pill form to treat an injury or pain when there is an all natural alternative available. This is no different when it comes to searching for a food that can help regenerate and repair your torn tennis elbow tendons and muscles.
Instead of going through an exhaustive list of foods, I am simply going to come out and give you my top recommendation.
Meat Bone Broth is by far the best torn tennis elbow tendon repair super food.
You’re probably wondering to yourself, where would I get bone broth?
Here’s what you do, head down to your local butcher or grocery store. Ask for organic beef bone thighs with the marrow in them. Ask the butcher to cut the bone thighs into 3-4 inch long cuts.
It’s not uncommon for some local grocery stores or butchers to pre-package, with or without meat on them. You may just need to ask someone working there.
When purchased, head home – you’ve got work to do. Simply find a 5 liter or larger pot and add water. Bring the water to a boil and add the bone marrow. You must let them simmer for 12-24 hours, so it’s best to get this started in the morning.
The reason you want the bones to simmer for such a long time is that it sucks all the nutritional and healing properties out of the bones and marrow and releases it into the broth.
Yes, it takes a small time commitment, but very little effort on your part but in the end you want to repair your elbow muscles and tendons as quickly as possible.
Now you have a wonderful broth where you can add all kinds of yummy vegetables such as carrots, potatoes, celery, tomatoes, rice or any other of your personal favorites.
What you have just cooked up is basically a super-charged collagen soup or stew which will help repair any damaged tendons and ensure they remain strong.
Throw any collagen or glucosamine pills away and choose the soup.
Alternatively, if you can’t commit to the time of 12-24 hours for the soup to simmer, simply put it in a crock pot and let it do it’s thing.
It’s important to take as many proactive measures and steps that will help you fully recover from tennis elbow. Eating this healthy all natural, bone broth soup combined with a proven, step-by-step tennis elbow treatment system will help repair your torn tennis elbow tendons and muscles.
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