Chicken soup is sometimes referred to as “Jewish penicillin” and in Asian cuisines broth is seen as a food to promote health and longevity. Sally Fallon Morell, author of the book Nourishing Broth, explains in a NY Times piece, “it’s been known through history and across cultures that broth settles your stomach and also your nerves.” So what are you waiting for? Hundreds of years of tradition and a community of healthy experts and chefs can’t all be wrong. Bone broth is still seen as one of the latest food trends, but if it’s as magical as they claim, we’re guessing it’s here to stay.