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Blue Ice Royal Fermented Cod Liver Oil / Butter Oil Blend Cinnamon Tingle Gel 6.4 oz

Blue Ice Royal Fermented Cod Liver Oil / Butter Oil Blend Cinnamon Tingle Gel 6.4 oz

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I recommend Cod Liver Oil (CLO) to most of my patients. Omega 3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA) are incredibly beneficial and necessary for healing all cells and, thus, all processes in the body. CLO heals the cells that excess stress hormones have damaged over time.

We are all deficient in Omega 3s. Research on Omega 3s shows benefits in treating fatigue, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, immune weakness, and more.

Fish oils like CLO have far more omega-3s than flaxseed oil. CLO also contains Vitamins A and D, which fish oils lack. Interestingly, ours is also combined with Butter Oil, which supplies the Vitamin K. These fat-soluble vitamins are crucial to your healing process. Green Pasture Royal Cod Liver Oil is the only brand of CLO that I recommend based on quality and natural processing.

The history of cod liver oil efficacy

Dr. Weston Price discovered High-Vitamin Butter Oil in the 1930s, but the pinnacle of his discovery was when he combined Cod Liver Oil with High-Vitamin Butter Oil. Today, Green Pasture Products produces High-Vitamin Butter Oil, and they ferment the historically sacred cod and skate liver oils.

Fermenting the livers of fish to extract the oil is an old-world practice. The 1850s began the industrial food revolution and the first time cod-liver-oil-manufacturing changed from its sacred historical roots to an industrialized food. Green Pasture has turned back the clock and restored these sacred foods to their roots, offering these historical foods prepared with the same great care.

Dr. Price traveled the world, studying the traditional diets of many cultures. Within every culture, he discovered sacred foods that were carefully collected and prepared to ensure its people's strong minds, bodies, and spirits. Cod Liver Oil is one of those foods.

Why each bottle may taste, smell, or look different than the next

Any particular jar of Royal CLO might have one flavor and consistency, and another jar will have another flavor or consistency. Sometimes, you may not like the odor of a particular jar, and you think, "Oh, this must be bad." That is not the case.

Varying odors: We have investigated many of the variances and concluded that most differences are strictly related to the diet of the fish. The different odors are predominantly variances in tyramine. This amine is associated with the diet of the fish and is the same amine that gives stinky cheese its unique qualities!

Crystals: Some lots of Royal CLO develop fat crystals. These have been identified as phytosterols resulting from phytoplankton in the fish diet. The crystal formations can be controlled through the product's cooling rate. If you have a bottle with the crystals, you may warm the jar in a bowl of warm water, and after the product clears of crystals, quickly cool the jar in the fridge or freezer (the rapid cooling prevents the crystals from having time to form). Note, however, that the crystals are fat/sterols and are healthful rather than harmful; if you don't mind the crystals, there is no reason to perform the warming and rapid cooling steps.

Consistency: The same fish diet differences hold true when some lots are more saturated or solid than others. There exist some industrial processes to remove these variances, but these processes are the very ones that will denature the natural product and nutrients. Please consider the capsules if you struggle with textures, flavors, or odors. Consider using one of the tips to take CLO: mixing the Royal CLO with yogurt, pomegranate juice, tomato juice, maple syrup, or honey.


* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.

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