Table of Contents
- Product Information
- Nutritional Information
- Shipping Details
- Returns/Changes and Cancellations
- Additional Information About Fermented Cod Liver Oil
- Frequently Asked Questions
Our Fermented Cod Liver Oil is an excellent source of natural vitamins A & D, and omega fatty acids (including EPA and DHA), along with other fat-soluble nutrients. Because our Fermented Cod Liver Oil is all natural, and extracted using fermentation, it is readily absorbed in our bodies. This means these wonderful nutrients are easier for our bodies to use, leading to a boost in your oral and overall health.
This liquid version is more budget friendly than the capsules. You get more servings for your money.
Need help getting your kids to take cod liver oil? Click here for some ideas.
All of our Fermented Cod Liver Oil is certified by the Marine Stewardship Council, which ensures that the cod livers we source have been sustainably wild-caught. (MSC-C-55178)
Recommended Serving Size:1/2 tsp (2 mL)
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
|Nutrition Info||Amount Per Serving|
|Calories from Fat||20|
|Total Fat||2 g (3%*)|
|Saturated Fat||0.5 g (3%*)|
|Cholesterol||5 mg (2%*)|
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Shipping Weight: 1 lb.
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Returns/Changes and Cancellations
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Additional Information About Fermented Cod Liver Oil
Where We Source Our Cod Livers
We get all our cod livers from Alaska Cod that have been exclusively wild-caught in the Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands region of Alaska. View Our Partners page to learn more about the specific company we partner for our fish liver sourcing.
How We Keep Our Fermented Cod Liver Oil Safe, Pure, and Sustainable
We strive to provide high quality nutrient dense oils for you to enjoy. Check out our Quality and Sustainability page and learn more about our oils.
Why We Use Fermentation to Extract Cod Liver Oil
Fermentation is a very gentle extraction method that allows us to avoid using heat. For more interesting details visit our Fermentation page.
The fermentation process used to extract the oil is such a gentle method that it shields the natural antioxidants. View the scientific discussion about the natural antioxidants Polyphenols.
Learn How Nutrition Factors Into Oral Health
Nutrition is an integral part of oral health. Want to find out how you might be able to boost your oral health? Read our blog post The Fat-Soluble Vitamins Beat Cavities.
Learn About Vitamin E in Cod Liver Oil
Learn exactly how natural vitamin E ends up in our Fermented Cod Liver Oil by reading our blog post Did You Know That There is Naturally Occurring Vitamin E in Cod Liver Oil?.
History of Cod Liver Oil
People have been consuming fermented fish products for thousands of years. Learn more about these traditional foods, the different fermented foods people have eaten over the centuries, and what people have thought about it.
Short videos about Fermented Cod Liver Oil.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How is Fermented Cod Liver Oil made?
- You can’t ferment cod liver oil, can you?
- Is it safe to take Fermented Cod Liver Oil?
- Are there health benefits related to color intensity of the cod liver oil?
- Why do some people experience digestive discomfort when they first start taking Fermented Cod Liver Oil?
- Does cod liver oil contain trans fats?
- Is there a natural source of vitamin D in the sea?
- What is the content of Essential Fatty Acids in Fermented Cod Liver Oil?
- Why do some children have red lip/spots after taking the Fermented Cod Liver Oil – Cinnamon Tingle?
How is Fermented Cod Liver Oil made?
Fermented cod liver oil is made by extracting the oil from cod livers using fermentation. It is a gentle extraction method that leaves the oil nutrient-rich. Read more: Fermented Cod Liver Oil: A Traditional Food.
You can’t ferment cod liver oil, can you?
No, you can’t ferment cod liver oil, but you can ferment cod livers, and that is exactly what we do. In naming the product Fermented Cod Liver Oil we are simply paying homage to the extraction method.
Is it safe to take Fermented Cod Liver Oil?
Our products are extensively tested by 3rd parties to ensure safety and quality. We guarantee the integrity of our products until the expiration date. Please visit Quality and Sustainability for more information.
Are there health benefits related to color intensity of the cod liver oil?
We have not found any research yet that can answer this question. Considering the fact that most antioxidants have color, it would suggest that there at least is a correlation between color and health benefits.
Why do some people experience digestive discomfort when they first start taking Fermented Cod Liver Oil?
Some people are more sensitive to new things and react with adverse effects. If you are experiencing digestive issues we suggest that you stop taking Fermented Cod Liver Oil and check with your health practitioner.
Does cod liver oil contain trans fats?
Yes, there are low levels of natural trans fats in cod liver oil. They are an important part of the cod’s natural composition. You can read more about this in Fermented Cod Liver Oil: What Do The Scientists Say?
Is there a natural source of vitamin D in the sea?
Different types of planktons are the source of most vitamin D in the sea. Read this article, Fat-Soluble Vitamins, Especially Vitamin D Variation in Marine Fish to find out how this important vitamin ends up in bigger fish.
What is the content of Essential Fatty Acids in Fermented Cod Liver Oil?
The exact amount of fatty acids will vary from batch to batch. Below you will find a conversion to calculate an estimated amount.
5ml = 5g = 5,000mg = 1 tsp.
X = the amount of Fermented Cod Liver Oil product you take
Y = The approximate % of the fatty acid found within the product, which is 10%.
X mg x 10% [Y] = mg of intake
So , how many mg of DHA am I getting if I take 1 tsp of Fermented Cod Liver Oil each day?
5,000mg x 10% = 500mg of DHA per tsp.