Bone broth is a liquid containing brewed bones and connective tissues. To make bone broth, people use beef, chicken, and even fish bones. Drinking bone broth is beneficial for the joints and digestive system, among other things. The bones and tissues of many types of animal may make good bone broth. Bone broth also contains other important nutrients, especially minerals, derived from these tissues. This may make bone broth a beneficial dietary supplement for many people. Simmering the bones in water with some vinegar helps release nutrients from the marrow within the bones, as well as break down other tissues into the water. The result is a flavorful, nutritious broth. Check out nutritionist Mary Beauchamp showing us how to make the best bone broth.