Grass-Fed Beef Organs
Considered the most nutrient rich organ, liver is an amazing source of vitamins A, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9 and B12. It’s also rich in the minerals iron, phosphorous, zinc, copper and selenium.
An excellent source of CoQ10, which is important for cardiovascular health. Abundant in vitamins A, B12, folate, iron, selenium, phosphorus and zinc. The #1 food source of copper. Rich in the amino acids glycine and proline which are essential for connective tissue, joint and digestive health.
One of the best known food sources of selenium which helps support immunity, blood flow, thyroid function, fertility and has powerful antioxidant properties. An excellent source of vitamins A, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12 and minerals such as phosphorous, zinc, iron and copper.
ORGANIC & GRASS-FED
All our organs come from an organic farm where the cattle roam freely on pasture consuming a natural diet of grass. This means our cattle graze outside for as much of the year as weather conditions allow. Also, they are completely antibiotic/hormone free and their diet contains no foods contaminated fertilisers, pesticides or other artificial chemicals.
Grass-Fed Beef Organs
Our ancestors understood the importance of eating the whole animal, nose to tail. They appreciated that animals gave their lives to ensure us as humans could survive and thrive so they left nothing go to waste. Also, because of their deep connection with the earth and their own bodies they intuitively knew just how nutrient dense organ meat is. Finally they believed that eating the organ of a healthy animal, would strengthen their own corresponding organ, thus enhancing their health and vitality.
Fast forward to today and the immense powers of organ meat have somewhat been forgotten. What was once highly sought after is now rarely consumed and generally people no longer enjoy the taste. We created our grass-fed beef organ complex to help people reintroduce these ancestral superfoods, loaded with nutrients in an easy to consume and flavourless way.
Nutritional Information: One Serving (7 capsules / 2450mg) - Kcal: 2.8 - Fat: 0.09 - of which Saturates: 0 - Carbohydrates: 0 - of which Sugars: 0 - Fibre: 0 - Protein: 0.4 - Salt: 0
Ingredients: Grass-Fed Beef Liver (50%), Grass-Fed Beef Heart (25%), Grass-Fed Beef Kidney (25%), Gelatin (Capsule).
*All our organs come from an organic certified farm where the cattle are grass-fed and roam on pastures.
How to use
Consume 7 capsules per day, which equals to 2450mg of organ meat (1,225mg of liver, 612.5mg of heart and 612.5mg of kidney).
When to use
Take 7 capsules per day, ideally in the morning to flood your body with micronutrients for the day ahead. Each jar contains 210 capsules and each capsule is 350mg.
Do the capsules taste of anything?
No. One of the reasons we created this product is because we understand that a lot of people struggle with the flavour of these nutrient dense super foods. Therefore we made sure that you get absolutely no taste when swallowing the capsules.
What’s the difference between your beef organs and other organ meat products on the market?
Our organs come from a grass-fed and organic certified farm where the cattle are free to roam on pasture. We use heart (25%), liver (50%) and kidney (25%) to ensure a wide variety of bioavailable micronutrients.
What are the main nutrients in organ meat?
Key nutrients include fat soluble vitamins A, D, E and K2. Organs are also a great source B12, folate, riboflavin, and choline which are essential for red blood cell formation, as well immune health.
How do you ensure all the beneficial nutrients are maintained through processing?
We gently freeze dry raw organs sourced from a grass-fed and organic certified farm to maintain as many of the fragile nutrients and enzymes found within them.
How much raw organs does it take to make one serving size of six capsules?
It takes roughly 9.8g of raw beef liver to create 7 capsules. Weston A Price and other leading nutritions in this field like Chris Masterjohn recommend consuming around 170-225g of beef liver per week. Our capsules will cover just under 70g of this split out on a daily basis to ensure the key micronutrients they provide are continuously circulating in your system. We recommend consuming one portion of organ meat (around 100-125g) on top of this per week.
Will taking this alongside my multi-vitamin result in me over consuming micronutrients?
It’s difficult to answer this without knowing specifically what multi-vitamin you are taking. However, often multi-vitamins, like plant foods contain pre-cursor versions of vitamins and minerals. For example, beta-carotene instead of Vitamin A. If you have the BCM01 gene, which one study estimated that between 32-69% of women in the UK have, you will struggle to convert beta-carotene into the active form of Vitamin A called Retinol. Our organ meat capsules contain Vitamin A in this active form. The same can be said for for minerals like Iron. Most plant foods and supplements contain non-heme iron, which is much less bioavailable (able to have an active effect) when compared to heme-iron, which is abundant in animal foods especially organ meats. Generally speaking, we recommend to get as much of your micro-nutrients as possible from whole foods and if you’re not keen on how organ meats taste or you want to have the nutrients they provide constantly circulating in your system to perform optimally, our capsules are a great way to achieve this.
Why isn’t this product certified organic like all of your other products?
Unfortunately when it comes to animal foods, the organic logo can be a bit of a smokescreen. Technically an animal can be classed as organic if they’re fed on unnatural but organic feed such as cereals or soy. We believe it’s best that animals, like humans, should be eating the foods they have throughout the majority of human history before the food industry started introducing unnatural foods that are causing disease in modern society. To this effect, we believe cattle should be eating grass and in addition to this should be living outdoors for as much of the year as weather conditions allow. For this reason, we only use the organs from cattle that free to roam on pastures. This means that our cattle eat a natural diet of grass, wildflowers and herbs and are kept outdoors for as long as possible. If they do have to be brought inside due to poor weather, they are fed preserved pasture.
How large are the capsules / can they be broken and sprinkled into food?
The capsules are a medium size and we haven’t come across anyone so far that’s said they’re too big to swallow. However, if you would prefer to open them and add them to bone broth or other dishes this is absolutely fine.
Do these taste like organ meat?
Our capsules have no taste or aftertaste… don’t worry you won’t be doing any liver burps!