Bone broth is one of the most healing foods on the planet. If you do one thing to improve your diet, I would say it should be to add one cup of bone broth every day, either through cooking with it or just straight up drinking it out of a cup. Not only is it packed with nutrients and bioavailable calcium from the bones, but it’s also got gelatin, a very healing substance.
Making beef stock has one more step in it (roasting the bones and marrow for a bit), but it is still a very easy process. You literally just dump things (carrots, onions, celery are the basics!) into a huge stock pot, bring it to a boil, then let it simmer for 24 hours. Then ladle out the bones and veggies and put the liquid in containers (I usually do 2-cup portions) and freeze until you need to use it.
Here are some other great links and resources for tips and info about making beef stock:
You will want to compost the veggies and then chuck the bones. Once you have taken out all the nutrients there is not much left for them to do other than be thrown out.