Bone Broth Subscriptions

Ongoing Nourishment Conveniently Delivered to You

Bring warmth and comfort to your home or to a friend in need

If you are looking for ways to nourish and heal either yourself or people in your life that are recovering from an illness, freshly home with a newborn baby, or breastfeeding -- I have something for you:

Sign-up for an ongoing bone broth delivery here:

La Happy Belly makes super delicious and nourishing bone broths that are made from all pastured animals and organic ingredients. Our broths are crafted with love and integrity and meant to bring warmth, comfort, and old-school healing.

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How it Works

The two subscription tiers:

1) The works: you get 12 jars of broth (24oz each) per month, a mix of chicken and beef broths (vegetarian broth available upon request) that will be delivered at once or can be picked up bi-weekly in SF. That will provide you with a 8oz cup of bone broth per day, which can be enjoyed on its own or in a myriad ways that we can help you figure out (I mean, we have recipes and ideas for you, yeah!).

2) The bare bones: you get 6 jars of broth (24oz each) per month, a mix of chicken and beef broths (vegetarian broth available upon request) that will be delivered once a month.


Broths are delivered anywhere in the Bay Area (for free in SF, small fee added to other locations) or can be picked up at convenient locations in SF or Oakland. We will include a few recipes if you need ideas.

First delivery can happen anytime 5-7 days after order is completed, that will depend on location and individual arrangements. recurring orders and deliveries will happen on a monthly basis. Subscription can be cancelled anytime up to 7 days of upcoming delivery.


1) The works: $159 (plus delivery fee, if applicable)

2) The bare bones: $79 (plus delivery fee, if applicable)

3) Individual jars: $14 for 24oz/beef broth, $12 for 24oz/chicken broth, $16/lamb broth

Sign-up for an ongoing bone broth delivery here:

Corporate Accounts:

We can setup corporate accounts for groups of 5 or more subscriptions and delivery to company office will be free of charge.

Please email with your questions.

About La Happy Belly

I work with food and nutrition as an integrated part of my life's purpose and an expression of creativity and love. I believe in food as medicine and as a tool of self empowerment -- I certainly hope that you get to taste that in my broths!

Bone Broth FAQs

What kind of nutritional benefits does bone broth offer?

Bone broth is a source of minerals, like calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and potassium, in forms that your body can easily absorb. It’s also rich in glycine and proline, amino acids not found in significant amounts in muscle meat (the vast majority of the meat we consume). It also contains chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine, the compounds sold as supplements to reduce inflammation, arthritis, and joint pain. Finally, “soup bones” include collagen, a protein found in connective tissue of vertebrate animals, which is abundant in bone, marrow, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. (The breakdown of collagen in bone broths is what produces gelatin.)

What are the benefits of consuming a properly prepared bone broth?

Proline and glycine are important for a healthy gut and digestion, muscle repair and growth, a balanced nervous system, and strong immune system. In fact, a study of chicken broth conducted by the University of Nebraska Medical Center found that the amino acids that were produced when making chicken stock reduced inflammation in the respiratory system and improved digestion. (There’s a reason your mom always made you chicken soup when you were sick.)

The gelatin in bone broth can help to heal a leaky gut, which may be of specific benefit those with inflammatory or autoimmune disorders. These compounds also reduce joint pain, reduce inflammation, prevent bone loss, and build healthy skin, hair, and nails.

Can I just buy broth from the grocery store?

Nope. Broth (often labeled “stock”) from the grocery store relies on high temperature, fast-cooking techniques, which result in a watered down, non-gelling liquid, so you’re missing out on some of the benefits of a gelatin-rich broth. In addition, unnatural additives (like MSG) and flavors are often added. If you just need a small amount for a recipe, store-bought stuff will do, but if you’re interested in the healing properties of bone broth, you have to make it yourself.

What do I do with my broth?

We like to drink a mug of it, just like you would coffee or tea. In fact, a warm cup of broth is a great way to start your morning—try drinking 8 ounces a day, every day. Of course, you can use it in recipes wherever it calls for broth or stock, or turn it into a base for your favourite soup.

Do I have to get grass-fed or pastured bones, or organic bones?

You should. The animals have to be healthy to impart the maximum health benefit to you, and factory-farmed animals are the furthest thing from healthy. (And we don’t want to encourage more purchasing of factory-farmed animals.) Do your best to seek out pastured chicken or 100% grass-fed beef bones from a local source.

Do I have to skim the fat?

Only if you want to. Feel free to drink your broth as-is, but if you prefer a broth with less fat (as we do), then follow these instructions: After you’re done cooking, remove your broth from the heat, and run it through a strainer as usual. Then let your broth sit in the fridge for several hours, until the fat rises to the top and hardens. Scrape off the fat with a spoon, and your broth is ready to go. We think skimming off most of the fat is more important if you’re using bones from animals that are conventionally raised.

Where do I get bones?

Your local butcher, a local farm (ask around at the farmers market), a friendly hunter, your local health food store (if they have a meat department), or order bones online from U.S. Wellness Meats. You can also save the bones if you roast a whole chicken, turkey, duck, or goose.

What kind of bones should I use?

You can use bones from just about any animal—beef, veal, lamb, bison or buffalo, venison, chicken, duck, goose, turkey, or pork. Get a variety of bones—ask for marrow bones, oxtail, and “soup bones.” Make sure you include some larger bones like knuckles, or feet (like chicken feet), which will contain more cartilage, and therefore more collagen. You can even mix and match bones in the same batch of broth—some beef, some lamb, some chicken—but know that will change the flavor. (Most folks prefer to stick to one animal source at once.)


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