OUR AMBASSIDORS

Bones & Marrow Broth Company is a proud family run Manitoba company. We looked to partner with a handful of exceptional people who could benefit from bone broth who share the same value and love of Winnipeg.

A local superhero disguised a regular working man! Terry works as  general contractor by day, trains like a beast in the gym in the evening and competes in  amateur Spartan Races across North America on the weekends.

On top of that he is one of the nicest guys and a huge proponent and supporter of local business. Bones & Marrow is thrilled to be partnered with him.

High Performance Fitness/Athletics

Terry Dorge

OUR AMBASSIDORS

Bones & Marrow Broth Company is a proud family run Manitoba company. We looked to partner with a handful of exceptional people who could benefit from bone broth who share the same value and love of Winnipeg.

Joanne, or as we refer to her as Patient Zero, was Bones & Marrow’s first customer…even before the formal business ever existed.

Joanne was prescribed an anti-inflammatory diet protocol which included bone broth to deal with a GI issue. Along with an improvement in that issue her colleagues in the beauty and wellness world kept commenting on how good her skin and hair was looking. After putting two and two together she deduced it was the daily consumption of bone broth that was doing the trick. As an owner of Colours Beauty & Wellness she began an avid supporter of our product for her client base.

Health, Beauty & Wellness

Joanne Rempel


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Dr. Melanie Leppelmann (ND)
Dr. Melanie Leppelmann (ND) graduated from University of Manitoba with a degree in Environmental Science in 2002. She then attended the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto and completed a four year Naturopathic medical degree which included studies in physiology, anatomy, pharmacology, pathology, histology, microbiology, biochemistry, nutrition, lab diagnostics, physical medicine, herbal and botanical medicine, acupuncture, homeopathy, and hydrotherapy, as well as an extensive clinical practicum.

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