Bone Broth

Free from added salt, sugar, gluten, additives and preservatives. Environmentally conscientious, zero-waste, closed-loop production.

Ontario Free-Range
Chicken Bone Broth

Organically and humanely raised Ontario free-range chicken, filtered water, organic lemons, organic and seasonally harvested ‘farmer’s seconds’ of Ontario onions, carrots, celery, organic turmeric, thyme, bay leaves, black peppercorns. No added salt. 10 grams of protein in each cup

Ontario Grass-fed
Beef Bone Broth

Bones from organically and humanely raised Ontario grass-fed beef, filtered water, organic apple cider vinegar, organic and seasonally harvested ‘farmer’s seconds’ of Ontario onions, carrots, celery, organic turmeric, rosemary, thyme, bay leaves, black peppercorns. No added salt.
14 grams of protein in each cup

Founders Story

Jill Weaver was raised on a farm and worked in food services while she went to school for business accounting. Jill worked in business as the director of operations for two different organizations.

And then she had a baby. As happens to many people, the birth of her first child turned her life around—in wonderful and challenging ways. After he was born by Caesarian section, Jill experienced mild postpartum depression while her son had a wide variety of food intolerances, regular ear infections and respiratory issues.

As she tried to figure out how to help her son, she started learning how food can have healing effects. Jill started to make food from scratch, to source “cleaner” foods and to read books and blogs by people like Michael Pollan and Nina Planck.

“For is there any practice less selfish, any labor less alienated, any time less wasted, than preparing something delicious and nourishing for people you love?” 
“You are what what you eat eats.” 

“So, why are we sick? Not because we eat real food but because we don’t. The main nutritional cause of obesity, diabetes and heart disease is industrial food.”
― 
Nina Planck, Real Food for Mom and Baby

Founders Story

Jill Weaver was raised on a farm and worked in food services while she went to school for business accounting. Jill worked in business as the director of operations for two different organizations.

And then she had a baby. As happens to many people, the birth of her first child turned her life around—in wonderful and challenging ways. After he was born by Caesarian section, Jill experienced mild postpartum depression while her son had a wide variety of food intolerances, regular ear infections and respiratory issues.

As she tried to figure out how to help her son, she started learning how food can have healing effects. Jill started to make food from scratch, to source “cleaner” foods and to read books and blogs by people like Michael Pollan and Nina Planck.

“For is there any practice less selfish, any labor less alienated, any time less wasted, than preparing something delicious and nourishing for people you love?” 
“You are what what you eat eats.” 

“So, why are we sick? Not because we eat real food but because we don’t. The main nutritional cause of obesity, diabetes and heart disease is industrial food.”
― 
Nina Planck, Real Food for Mom and Baby

“Eating a diet of traditional foods helps us to develop a positive relationship with our food, not one born out of guilt and denial; rather, the traditional foods movement teaches us to purchase, prepare, and enjoy our food with intention.”
― Jennifer McGruther,
The Nourished Kitchen: Farm-to-Table Recipes for the Traditional Foods Lifestyle Featuring Bone Broths, Fermented Vegetables, Grass-Fed Meats, Wholesome Fats, Raw Dairy, and Kombuchas

“What America needs is healthy fast food and the only way to provide this is to put brothals in every town, independently owned brothals that provide the basic ingredient for soups and sauces and stews. And brothals will come when Americans recognize that the food industry has prostituted itself to short cuts and huge profits, shortcuts that cheat consumers of the nutrients they should get in their food and profits that skew the economy towards industrialization in farming and food processing.”
― Sally Fallon,
President Weston A. Price Foundation
http://www.westonaprice.org/health-topics/broth-is-beautiful/

By the time Jill was pregnant with their second child, she become very interested in creating nourishing home-cooked meals and sourcing fresh ingredients from local farmers. As she did so, their kitchen began to generate an abundance of food scraps, waste they would typically toss in the compost bin. But as she researched further, she realized that she could stretch her family’s food dollar, reduce waste and honour the connection with their food source, and began turning this “waste” into delicious broth.

Bone broth became an everyday staple in supporting their family’s healthy lifestyle, offering everything from optimized digestion, immune support, and postnatal replenishment to baby’s first food. Their second son was born VBAC, and both mom and baby were both extremely happy and healthy!

Not only has a bone broth lifestyle supported her family’s health, it has made Jill a better cook, “our meals at home have been elevated to a new level of satisfaction, thanks to the umami of bone broth!”

She became passionate about spreading the word—and sharing the broth. After participating in local food swaps, ‘dealing’ broth on the school yard and sharing with her family and friends, Jill took this passion to a new level (and out of her home kitchen) and in 2015 officially started a company: STOCK EXCHANGE Mindful Nourishment Inc.

Jill works with health care practitioners who support the ‘food is medicine’ philosophy. She continues to learn about our microbiome, and the important impact that bone broth plays in healing and sealing the gut lining, and providing easily absorbed nourishment to our bodies—knowledge she would have really appreciated as a new mom.

I feel so blessed and grateful to be able to share this convenient, delicious, healthy product with you. I hope you will enjoy using it to nourish yourself and your family.

Disclaimer: In no way is the information shared, suggested and promoted by Stock Exchange Mindful Nourishment Inc. or the products created, a replacement for individual nourishment; we all require our own unique blend of life. We encourage you to discover yours by reaching out to a recommended and trusted professional.

Bone Broth Lifestyle: We don’t make claims that we’re some kind of experts. We don’t want to preach at people or make anyone feel guilty. We know we’re all just trying to do the best for our families in the middle of our busy lives. We’re just passionate about helping people find good nourishment through bone broth.

In Jill’s family, they try to practice the 80-20 rule – where 80 percent of the time, they eat healthy foods, but at other times, like everyone, they cheat a little. It’s not about perfection. It’s about doing your best and living a full life.