It's hard to think of anyone who couldn't benefit from consuming more bone broth, in general. Consumption of homemade bone broth dates back thousands of years, to a time period when just about all parts of an animal were used in some way—including the bones and marrow, skin and feet, tendons and ligaments, which hold many valuable nutrients.
Unlike most packaged broths or stocks, bone broth's amino acids, minerals, collagen, and electrolytes are completely natural—and therefore easy to absorb.
That being said, for reasons you'll learn about below, certain people can especially benefit from a bone broth fast. These include anyone with leaky gut syndrome symptoms, along with people living with IBS, irritable bowel diseases (IBD) like Crohn's or ulcerative colitis, or those with food allergies, aching joints, low energy, and sluggish digestion.