Beef Liver

Beef Liver

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Grass-fed and finished liver from pasture-raised cows is the most nutritionally dense food in the world. It is loaded with vitamins, minerals, proteins, healthy fats, and other important bioactive nutrients like co-factors, enzymes, and more.

As a nutrient powerhouse, it's no surprise that beef liver has impressive benefits for nearly all areas of human health.* Liver supports skin, heart, cognitive, connective tissue, methylation, immune function and simultaneously bolsters energy.*

Because of this, liver has been prized by humans since the dawn of time and frequently showered with accolades like nature's multivitamin and the king of superfoods.*

Doctor Kiltz's Grass-Fed Beef Liver Supplements are always sourced from 100% Grass-Fed and Pasture-Raised Cattle born and raised in New Zealand. The liver is freeze-dried in its freshest state to preserve the heat-sensitive vitamins, minerals, co-factors, and other nutrients as found in nature.  This, is your nutritional solution.*

Product Specs:

  • 180 bovine gelatin capsules (6 capsules per serving)
  • 30 day supply
  • 3000 mg of Freeze Dried Grass Fed Liver (equivalent to 1 oz or 28g of fresh liver) per serving

Product Highlights:

  • Freeze Dried to Preserve Nutrients
  • From Grass-Fed and Pasture-Raised New Zealand Cattle
  • Antibiotic Free
  • Allergen-Free
  • Hormone, Pesticide, and GMO-Free
  • No Additives, Fillers, or Flow Agents
  • Whole Food Nutrition
  • Keto, Carnivore, Paleo Friendly

    Happy New Zealand Cattle

    Pasture Raised. Grass Fed.

    All of our beef organ supplements come from cattle raised in the most friendly cattle culture in the world. New Zealand cattle are born and raised on open pastures and prized for their superior quality because of this.

    Improved Nutrient Retention

    Freeze Dried Perfection

    only The Good stuff

    No Additives, Period.

    Our Beef Liver Supplements Are Loaded With 100% Natural And Bioavailable

    Vitamin A

    In its preformed active and super bioavailable form, retinol. Supports  immune function, vision, reproduction, and cellular communication. Also supports cellular growth and differentiation and plays a vital role in normal function of heart, lungs, kidney, and other organs.*

    Riboflavin

    Also known as Vitamin B2, plays a major role in converting food into energy. Also supports cellular function, growth, and development and assists in the metabolism of fats, drugs, and more.*

    Niacin & NAD

    Also known as Vitamin B3, Niacin is critical for converting food into ATP, which your body uses for energy. Niacin is primarily active as the coenzyme NAD, which is required by more than 400 enzymes to perform their various life-giving functions.*

    Folate

    Sometimes known as vitamin B9, folate is famous for its importance in fetal neural development and importance in DNA replication. Low levels have been associated with Autism, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Dementia, Reduced Cognitive Function, Alzheimer's, Depression, NTDs, preterm birth, and birth defects.*

    Vitamin B12

    Required for the development, myelination, and function of the central nervous system along with healthy red blood cell formation and DNA synthesis. So yeah, it's pretty important. Low levels have been linked to cardiovascular disease, dementia and reduced cognitive function, and low energy levels.*

    Choline

    Critical for the creation of cell membranes. Also plays a vital role in neurotransmission, memory, mood, muscle control, and infant/early brain development. Functions in the modulation of gene expression and cell membrane signaling. Also supports cardiovascular and liver health*

    Iron

    Iron is essential for oxygen transportation and, thus, the proper function of virtually all biological processes. Iron supports muscle metabolism, connective tissue, physical growth, neurological development, cellular functioning, the synthesis of hormones, and much more.*

    Copper

    Highly involved in energy production, neuropeptide activation, connective tissue synthesis, and neurotransmitter synthesis. Also plays a significant role in the regulation of gene expression, brain development, immune function, and defense against oxidation.*

    Zinc

    Highly involved in cellular metabolism and functions as a required catalyst in over 100 critical enzymatic reactions. Also plays a critical role in protein synthesis, wound healing, DNA synthesis, cellular devision, fertility, pregnancy, and the function of taste and smell.*

    Protein

    Beef liver is a complete protein containing all 9 essential amino acids. Protein intake is a requirement for human life and involved in virtually all aspects of human health. High protein consumption has been shown to boost metabolic rate, reduce hunger, aid in weight loss, increase muscle mass, increase bone strength, aids in repair and so much more.*

    Healthy Fats

    Liver contains many healthy fats, including omega-3 fatty acids, EPA & DHA. Wrongly demonized, fats (even including non-omega-3s) play a critical role in cellular growth, proper endocrine function, muscle recovery, immune function, and brain and cardiovascular health.*

    Unique Bioactives

    Besides all these wonderful vitamins, minerals and macronutrients, the liver is one of the most important organs and home to unique tissue specific bioactive molecules that serve a number of unique and important biological functions.*

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