Tuesday, 4 June 2013

The Ultimate Guide to Cod Liver Oil

By Richard Wheeler

Green Pasture provides the finest traditionally processed healthy oils on the planet. Their most popular products include fermented cod liver oil, high vitamin butter oil, and the combination of the two. All of Green Pasture's products are packed with naturally occurring nutrients that are absolutely essential for overall human health and wellness. Continue reading to learn all about Green Pasture's products.

Skate is winged cartilage fish in the ray family. Green Pasture's Blue Ice Skate Liver Oil is an excellent choice for cartilage fish oil because it is high in vitamins A, D, E, and K, as well as all of the omega fatty acids. Though very similar to cod liver oil, Blue Ice Fermented Skate Liver Oil is 4 times richer in Vitamin E and has 3 times the important brain-boosting nutrient DHA.

Another popular product is X Factor High Vitamin Butter Oil. This healthy oil is extracted from the butter of healthy grass fed cows. High vitamin butter oil is packed with the nutrient called Activator X. This nutrient was discovered by Dr. Weston A. Price.

To get the best of both worlds, try Green Pasture's Blue Ice Royal Blends. This ideal blend off fermented cod liver oil and high vitamin butter oil comes in a variety of liquid flavors and capsules. Dr. Weston A. Price found that the health benefits provided by this combination were nearly magical!

Some people find that fermented cod liver oil causes a tingling feeling in the back of the throat. To solve this issue, Green Pasture has developed a line of kid approved emulsified cod liver oil flavors. The emulsification process prevents tingling/burning in the back of the throat.

If you're still not convinced, do a little research on Weston A. Price. Read about the importance of omega fatty acids, vitamin A, vitamin D, and Activator X. Green Pasture has truly aimed to create the finest products inspired by Weston A. Price' incredible research.

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