Contact Us  |  Site Map  |  Log In
Home FAQ Products Order About Blog Allergies Contact Non-Retail Buyers My Account
Archives
 
   
 
Categories
Butter Oil 16
By-Products 4
Cod Liver Oil 102
Dave's Posts 38
General Health Topics 77
Giveaway 3
Office and service updates 13
Promotions 9
Skate Liver Oil 10
Skin Care 6
The Wetzel Family 1
Vitamin A 19
Vitamin D 36
 
Recent Posts
Cure Tooth Decay Book Giveaway Closed...
The fermenting of fish and fish by-products: fish sauces in ancient medicine and cuisine....
The Adventures of Andrew Price: Children's Book Giveaway Closed...
Historical Perspectives of Cod Liver Oil...
Scientific Analysis. Small amounts of trans fatty acids are naturally occurring in fish, i...
 
<< back

Archive for 'production methods'

Fermented Cod Liver Oil Label Clarification

Opinions of Craig Elding/ The Health Cloud. Report Analysis

My Thoughts In Looking Back Over Last Week’s Controversy

What Do the Scientists Say?

cGMP and Quality Statement from Final Product Manufacturing

REVISED - Response to Questions on Fermented Cod Liver Oil

Discussion:roles of Vitamin A, Hormone D, other hormones, steroids, sterols etc

The question about the roles of Vitamin A, Hormone D, other hormones and quinones comes up from time to time.

FCLO's role is high levels of fat-soluble nutrients including vitamins A, D, E, and K; quinones; enzymes; hormones; and fatty acids. The complex of these nutrients will be totally different in the butter oil versus the FCLO.

The Fatty Acid Complex is completely different as are the species collecting these nutrients. The hormone/steroid structure is directly related to the species and the fatty acid structure of the species’ diet.

Part 2, Deeper discussion; Why FCLO and High Vitamin Butter Oil

The question about The Roles of Vitamin A, Hormone D, other hormones and quinones comes up from time to time.

FCLO's Role is high Levels of Fat soluble nutrients including A,D,E,K quinones, enzymes ,hormones and fatty acids. The Complex of these Nutrients will be totally different in the butter oil vs the fclo.

The Fatty Acid Complex is completely different as is the species collecting these nutrients. The Hormone/steroid/enzyme structure is directly related to the species and the fatty acid structure (diet).

Part 1: Two most asked questions: Why Fermented Cod Liver oil, Why High Vitamin Butter Oil

Two most asked questions: Why Fermented Cod Liver oil, Why High Vitamin Butter Oil

Fermenting fish/fish livers to make oils is an ancient practice, and the resulting oils were considered a sacred food. Fermented cod liver oil (FCLO) has been an important part of a typical family’s home for several hundred years.

Artisan FCLO process .. ramble

I had a discussion with a customer on this topic and i thought i would share a conclusion.

Waxes, saturated fat in real Cod Liver Oil

All industrialized cod liver oils are processed to remove saturated fats and waxes. The FCLO we make is artisan processed and we leave the product in its whole form.

Update on Cod Liver Oil Manufacturing, Returning to Traditional Production Techniques for the Quintessential Sacred Food

SPRING 2009 Wise Traditions 26 When I began to import cod liver oil, in order to sell it along with the high-vitamin butter oil I was manufacturing, I felt it imperative to go to Iceland and Norway to visit the various cod liver oil factories there. At that time, most cod liver oil in America was imported from Scandinavia, with a small amount coming from China. What I learned is described in an article published in the Fall, 2005 issue of Wise Traditions and posted at westonaprice.org: "Update on Cod Liver Oil Manufacture Returning to Traditional Production Techniques for the Quintessential Sacred Food By David Wetzel"

Home | FAQ | Products | Order | About | Blog | Allergies | Contact | Non-Retail Buyers | My Account

Copyright © 2002-2015, Green Pasture Products, Inc. All rights reserved.  |  Product Photographs courtesy of Sandrine Hahn 
X-Factor Gold, Blue Ice, and Blue Breeze are trademarks of Green Pasture Products, Inc.
| FAQ
Terms of UseReturns/Changes & Cancellations Privacy Policy 

Powered by FullPartner