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Organic Beef Liver Capsules 500MG 180 Capsules

$44.50

Organic Beef Liver Capsules 500MG

Size: 180 Capsules

Beef liver capsules are the organic supplements full of protein, vitamins, and minerals. This beef liver supplement is a 100% Australian Grown, Organic, Raw that provides maximum benefit to the body. NXGEN Beef Liver Capsules sources its beef from Lake Eyre Beef in Central Australia that graze only on native grasses unique to Australia and rich in minerals and vitamins.

 

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Organic Beef Liver Capsules 500MG

Size: 180 Capsules

Beef liver capsules are the organic supplements full of protein, vitamins, and minerals. This beef liver supplement is a 100% Australian Grown, Organic, Raw that provides maximum benefit to the body. NXGEN Beef Liver Capsules sources its beef from Lake Eyre Beef in Central Australia that graze only on native grasses unique to Australia and rich in minerals and vitamins.

The soil in Central Australia is untouched by chemicals and rich in nutrients and minerals.  Humanely raised and grown, sustainable sourced beef.  Cattle are free to roam for thousands of miles in Australia’s outback.

Eighty percent or more of preformed vitamin A from animal sources (i.e. liver) is absorbed. If you’re not eating liver once or twice a week, you might be missing out on adequate vitamin A. If you’re not getting sufficient vitamin A, you’re likely to be affecting your skin, hair and nail health possibly limiting collagen production necessary for other key connective tissue systems (e.g. cartilage, ligaments, tendons, gums). The simple solution is to eat more liver.

Provided in easy to take 500mg capsules. 180 capsules per bottle.  Best taken 2 capsules before food of a morning and lunch or dinner and prior to exercise.

Beef liver supplement benefits:

1) High in Nutrients: Beef liver is one of the most nutrient-dense foods available. It’s an excellent source of vitamins, including vitamin A, B vitamins (particularly B12, B6, riboflavin, and niacin), and vitamin D. It’s also rich in minerals like iron, zinc, selenium, and copper.

2) Excellent Source of Iron: Iron is essential for the formation of red blood cells and the transportation of oxygen throughout the body. Beef liver is particularly high in heme iron, which is the most easily absorbed form of iron by the human body.

iron chart

3) Rich in Vitamin A: Beef liver is a potent source of vitamin A, which is crucial for maintaining healthy vision, skin, and the immune system. Vitamin A is also important for reproductive health.

vitamin a chart

4) High in B Vitamins: B vitamins are vital for energy metabolism, nerve function, and the production of red blood cells. Beef liver is especially rich in vitamin B12, which is important for neurological health and preventing anemia.

vitamin b12

5) Boosts Brain Health: The high content of choline in beef liver supports brain function and memory. Choline is also important for the development of cell membranes and plays a role in liver health.

6) Supports Immune Function: The combination of vitamins and minerals in beef liver can help boost the immune system’s function, making it more effective in defending against illnesses and infections.

7) Supports Healthy Skin: The vitamin A content in beef liver contributes to healthy skin by promoting cell turnover and preventing skin disorders.

8) Aids in Energy Production: B vitamins, such as riboflavin and niacin, are essential for the conversion of food into energy, helping you feel more alert and energetic.

10) May assist in restoring or improving vitality.

11) May assist in mood balance and cognitive function.

12) The proteins, vitamins and minerals have been reported to have a positive effect on health and wellbeing, especially the immune system, skin health and energy levels.

13) May assist in abetting infertility, erectile dysfunction and endorcrine problems such as fibroid tumours and endometriosis.

Promotes Healthy Pregnancy: The rich nutrient profile of beef liver, particularly its high content of folate and vitamin B12, makes it a great food choice for pregnant women to support fetal development and reduce the risk of birth defects.

Supports Muscle Growth and Repair: Beef liver is a source of high-quality protein, which is essential for muscle growth and tissue repair.

It’s important to note that while beef liver offers numerous health benefits, it should be consumed in moderation, as it is also high in cholesterol. Additionally, it’s essential to ensure the quality of the beef liver you consume, choosing organic, grass-fed, or pasture-raised sources when possible, to avoid potential exposure to hormones and pesticides.

 

Additional information:

1) Made from grass-fed and finished, Australian cattle
2) Freeze dried raw
3) GMO free
4) Dairy and gluten free
5)No Glyphosate
6) Third party tested for purity
7) Convenient and easy to disguise in food
8) 100% Natural and Organic
9) Guaranteed to provide you with the maximum amount of nutrients
10) The most concentrated and usable source of vitamin A
11) Abundant B-group vitamins, particularly vitamin B12 and folic acid
12) A highly useable form of iron
13) Rich amounts of trace-minerals, including copper, zinc and chromium
14) CoQ10, a nutrient of particular importance to the cardiovascular system, and a renowned energy booster.

Ingredients

Australian Freeze Dried Organic Grass Fed & Finished Beef Liver, Gelatin Capsule.

Other similar options:

Chicken Liver: Chicken liver is a good source of protein, iron, B vitamins (particularly B12 and niacin), and vitamin A. It’s often considered a milder-tasting alternative to beef liver.

Pork Liver: Pork liver is rich in iron, vitamin B12, vitamin A, and other nutrients. It can be used in various dishes, such as pâtés and stews.

Kidneys: Beef or lamb kidneys are excellent sources of B vitamins, particularly riboflavin and vitamin B12, as well as iron and selenium.

Heart: Heart meat from various animals, such as beef, chicken, or lamb, is a rich source of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), which is essential for energy production. It’s also high in B vitamins, zinc, and iron.

Tongue: Beef tongue is a good source of zinc, iron, and vitamin B12. It’s often used in traditional dishes in many cultures.

Spleen: Spleen meat is rich in iron, vitamin B12, and vitamin C. It’s less commonly consumed than other organ meats but can be used in certain culinary traditions.

Bone Marrow: While not technically an organ, bone marrow is highly nutritious and contains healthy fats, such as monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, as well as vitamins and minerals. It’s often used in soups or as a spread.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. Is it safe to consume raw freeze-dried organ meat?

Are raw freeze-dried organ meats from Australian Lake Eyre Beef safe for consumption? These organ meats are free from parasites, harmful substances, and undergo no drenching due to the dry and pristine ecosystem of Lake Eyre. They are also free from GMOs, heavy metals, antibiotics, hormones, glyphosate, and other chemicals. Australian abattoirs meticulously inspect the offal for parasites, cysts, or lesions, with government veterinary officers overseeing the inspection process. The Australian beef industry is renowned for its safety, thanks to stringent biosecurity measures and the clean and environmentally friendly conditions of air, soil, and water. To further ensure safety, NXGEN beef organs are freeze-dried in their raw state, milled into a powder, and rigorously tested by third parties to comply with food safety standards.

2. Why choose organ meat?

The resurgence of interest in consuming organ meats can be attributed to the research of Weston A. Price, who studied various traditional cultures to uncover the secrets behind their healthy offspring, perfect teeth, strong jawlines, and freedom from allergies. These cultures, disconnected from the Western diet, such as those in South Africa, the USA, New Zealand, Australia, and Antarctica, had one common dietary factor: they consumed organ meats rich in vitamins, minerals, and saturated fats from wild animals, reserving muscle meats for their animals. In contrast, modern Western societies primarily consume muscle meats, neglecting organ meats. This shift has led to health issues such as mental health problems, allergies, obesity, and heart disease. To learn more, refer to Weston A. Price’s book “Nutrition and Physical Degeneration.”

3. What is the significance of bioavailability in vitamins and minerals?

Many people believe that the vitamin or mineral content alone makes a supplement the best choice. However, it’s essential to consider the bioavailability of these nutrients, which determines their accessibility as they travel through the digestive tract and into the bloodstream to reach the areas of the body where they are needed. Dr. Royal Lee argued that natural vitamins are more than isolated elements; they are cellular structures that are bioidentical and therefore more usable by the body. Natural nutrients are easier to digest than synthetic versions created in a laboratory.

4. When and how many Beef Liver Capsules should I take?

Beef liver is a whole food, and six capsules are equivalent to one ounce (approximately 29 grams) of raw, fresh beef liver. It is recommended to take these capsules on an empty stomach before a meal for better absorption, preventing them from binding to other food particles. If someone has low digestive acid, there is a higher chance of the powder being absorbed through the intestinal wall into the bloodstream. For adults, it is suggested to consume one ounce of raw liver per day, while children can have half an ounce.

5. How can I encourage my toddler or children, who dislike capsules, to consume organ meat?

If your toddler or children are averse to capsules, you can open them and sprinkle the powder into various foods, such as a cheese omelette, spaghetti bolognese, gravy, or mince. Avoid heating the powder, as it may destroy heat-sensitive nutrients. For toddlers, you can add the powder to pureed fruit or baby food. It’s advisable to introduce organ meats when children begin to eat solids to instill in them the importance of a nose-to-tail diet for their well-being.

6. Do you conduct testing for BSE (Mad Cow Disease)?

Australia is free from BSE, and the Australian Government has established a monitoring program to ensure its absence. Each abattoir in Australia has trained independent meat inspectors and government veterinary officers who inspect livestock before and after slaughter. These inspectors, along with the Department of Primary Inspection Services, monitor farms and abattoirs to maintain Australia’s BSE-free status.

7. How do you check for heavy metals?

Contamination by heavy metals in Australian beef is a genuine concern if not adequately tested. The primary safeguard against such contamination is AQIS certification. Without this certification, there is no traceability to the raw materials’ source (animal stock) used in processing beef organs. AQIS procedures ensure that each animal is certified and traceable, with continual and random testing to guarantee the safety of the meat for human consumption. We take pride in being a leading brand that sources ethical and safe food, complying with all AQIS standards.

8. Why haven’t I heard about the benefits of organ meats from my doctor?

Most doctors are not well-versed in the benefits of ancestral diets, tenets, and organ meats. Their education is often influenced by information sponsored by large multinational pharmaceutical companies and complementary medicine firms promoting synthetic supplements. Some doctors are now exploring holistic, functional, and integrative health benefits, but they may be cautious about deviating from mainstream medicine due to potential backlash from the medical establishment. Doctors are typically bound by the regulations and preferences of the medical association of Australia and tend to prescribe medications approved by the TGA for safety. It’s crucial to consult your health practitioner before taking whole food supplements, vitamins, and minerals, as whole foods and a balanced diet provide concentrated vitamins, minerals, cofactors, and peptides that are equally safe and effective.

Recommended dose:

Take 2 capsules before meals.

FDA Statement: The claims and information provided on this website have not undergone evaluation by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The details and declarations presented here are not meant for the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, or cure of any medical condition.

Storage: At room temperature.

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