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Science Backed Health Benefits of Cod Liver Oil

Cod liver oil contains essential nutrients. It has been used for generations to treat chronic inflammation, prevent rickets, boost bone health, aid in digestion, and feed the brain. Our Fermented Cod Liver Oil contains a natural balance of omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins A & D. These nutrients are readily absorbed and assimilated by your body. When taken regularly, users have reported a variety of oral and overall health benefits.

Good Nutrition Leads to Oral Health

Weston A. Price was a pioneer in researching the link between oral health and nutrition. Frequently referred to as “The Isaac Newtown of Nutrition”, he argued that “fat-soluble vitamins have been deficient in practically every case of active tooth decay” and believed that “the combination of cod liver oil and butter oil works synergistically and is more potent when taken together than either one on its own.” Our products were inspired by Dr. Weston A. Price’s discoveries. We are honored to be able to share this whole food combination with the modern world.

What makes our Fermented Cod Liver Oil different?

Our Fermented Cod Liver Oil is a natural pure food. The gentle extraction of the oil through fermentation makes it truly unique. How? Using fermentation as the extraction method shields the fragile nutrients, and retains these nutrients in an all-natural form that your body recognizes as food.

Natural Omegas, Vitamins, and Antioxidants Video

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“Do you ever wonder what’s in our fermented cod liver oil that makes it so nutritious? Well, it’s a whole food product, which means that all of the benefits provided by nature are left intact, without synthetic processing or additives. Our cod liver oil is packed with vitamins and natural nutrients, preserved by our gentle fermentation extraction method. Because of this, the body can use all of those positive bioactive components. From our cod liver oil straight to a healthy you! Because oral to overall health starts with good nutrition.”

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