Bone broth is known to help fight inflammation and aid in digestion. It can be sipped in a cup or used as a base for a more complex soup. Bone broth is excellent in the “liquid diet” phase of diverticulitis.
In a large soup pot, place all ingredients and cover with just enough water to cover bones. Bring to a boil, cover and allow to simmer on low for 12 hours. Skim off the foam to remove impurities. Allow to cool and strain through a very fine strainer to collect only liquid. Can be saved for 5 days in the refrigerator or can be frozen.