100% Grass Fed + Pasture Raised, Freeze-Dried Bison Liver Capsules
LIVER is the most nutritionally dense food in the world…
But the liver of the Bison? Has the added power of the megafauna infused within!
- pasture raised
- absolutely ZERO fillers or flow agents
- hormone and pesticide Free
- GMO Free
If you have wanted to start having liver, our freeze-dried bison liver capsules are an easy and TOTALLY pure way to get a dose of the most bioavailable food on the planet wherever you are - without the hassle.
One serving of our freeze-dried liver is equivalent to 1oz of fresh liver.
Ingredients: Bison Liver Powder
Other Ingredients: Gelatin (capsule)
Serving Size: 6 capsules - 500mg a capsule and 3000mg per serving
Servings per Container: 30 (180 Capsules)
What Are the Benefits of Bison Liver?
- Bison are more nutrient dense than beef (more dense in protein, with higher levels of iron, B vitamins, and key metabolic supporters such as copper, selenium, zinc, and fat soluble vitamins such as A and K).
- Humans have been interacting with and eating Bison longer than they have cattle. Humans have been hunting and using every part of the bison for thousands of years, whereas cattle domestication and breeding (from the Auroch) has only been around a short time comparatively.
- Bison are happier and raised in better conditions. They have to be free range and grassfed, and cannot be confined to small feedlots and inhumane conditions like cattle can. This means you get a more pure end product than you would with beef liver.
- Our Bison Liver is Freeze Dried to preserve nutrient integrity. By avoiding heat in our processes we avoid any problems with oxidation or nutrient breakdown.
- It is one of, if not THE, greatest superfoods on the planet. Native Americans treasured the liver of Bison over all else; the concentration of vitamins, minerals, and protein is so dense that just one bite was said to be able to sustain warriors on extended hunts.
Why Should We Eat Bison Liver?
Bison Liver contains some of most highly prized nutrients in concentrations hard to find ANYWHERE else in the body. This is why animals eat it first after a hunt, instinctively knowing that organ meats are the most valuable source of nutrition.
Vitamins in liver: A, B-complex (B-1, B-2, B-6, B-12, choline, inositol, biotine, niacin, pantothenic acid, folic acid, PABA), C, D, E, K, lipotropics choline & inositol.
Minerals: calcium, chromium, copper, heme iron, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, sodium, & zinc.
Amino acids: alanine, arginine, aspartic acid, cysteine, cystine, glutamic acid, glycine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, proline, serine, threonine, tyrosine, tryptophan, valine
- An excellent source of high-quality protein
- Nature’s most concentrated source of vitamin A
- All the B vitamins in abundance, particularly vitamin B12
- One of our best sources of folic acid
- A highly usable form of iron
- Trace elements such as copper, zinc and chromium
- CoQ10, a nutrient that is especially important for cardio-vascular function
- A good source of purines, nitrogen-containing compounds that serve as precursors for DNA and RNA
- It also contains a mysterious “anti-fatigue factor,” making it a favorite among bodybuilders and athletes*
* For further reading see here