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Bone marrow is known to contain vitamin A, needed for healthy vision, a strong immune system and cell health, and because vitamin A is not present in the meat itself, cooking meat with the bone-in helps to release these nutrients into the meat during the cooking process, amplifying its nutrient density. In addition to trace minerals, one of the biggest benefits of bones is their high concentration of collagen, gelatin and glycine. These nutrients are important for gut health, as collagen can help to maintain the integrity of the gut lining, and gelatin helps to maintain the layer of mucus that keeps gut microbes away from the intestinal barrier. While helping to support our gut health, these nutrients play a role in the health of our immune system, as well as help to reduce overall inflammation in the body. Slow