The cows who help make Perfect Desiccated Liver graze exclusively on rapidly growing grass that sprouts from rich Argentinean soil. Perfect cows are untouched by hormones and antibiotics, and they never come into contact with chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or any other chemical contaminants. Perfect Desiccated Liver is the healthiest liver supplement for you and your family.
Perfect Desiccated Liver is grass-fed beef liver in its purest form; non-defatted and as close to nature as possible. Some people believe that liver stores toxins, when in fact, the liver filters toxins and stores vitamins and minerals. Because of its function, liver is one of the most nutrient dense superfoods in existence.
Formulated Supplementary Sports food to be consumed as part of a nutritious diet and in conjunction with a program of physical activity.
- Nutrient Dense Source of High Quality Protein
- Boost Energy
- Boost the Immune System
- Boost Metabolism
- Improve Digestion
- Improve Respiratory Strength
- Maintain Healthy Cholesterol
- Maintain Healthy Blood Sugar
- Maintain Cardiovascular Health
Suggested Use:Take 4 capsules (3g) per day with water
Break open capsules and add to food while being cooked to enhance vitamin and nutrient content
- 100% Non-Defatted Grass-Fed Beef Liver Key Nutritional Info:
- 70% Protein by Weight
- 2.8mg of Naturally Occurring Iron per 3g Serving (For adults, the RDI is 8mg for men and 18mg for women who are pre-menopause)
- 969 IU of Naturally Occurring Vitamin A per 3g Serving
- 5.5mcg of Vitamin B12 per 3g Serving
Let's face it: While eating raw liver can be extremely beneficial, it doesn't taste great. That's why some people have started making frozen raw liver pills to make it more palatable. There's no substitute for fresh food (from a source you can trace) but if you want to enjoy many of the benefits without dealing with the taste or if you don't have access, then these desiccated liver capsules are a great option.
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Suggested Use:Take 4 capsules (3g) per day.
You might be surprised to learn that in some traditional cultures, only the organ meats were consumed. The lean muscle meats, which are what we mostly eat in Australia today, were discarded or perhaps given to the dogs - Chris Kresser