Fermented Cod Liver Oil Australia 120 capsules unflavoured
Green Pasture Blue Ice Fermented Cod Liver oil Australia Capsules made by Green Pasture available with Australia Express Post same day dispatch from Nourishing Ecology Australia. Traditionally prepared and collected sacred food! Ingredients: Fermented cod liver oil, cranberry seed oil and unbleached beeswax.
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- Suggested Serving Size: 2ml Servings Per Container: 60
Amount Per Serving: 2ml
- Calories 16
- Calories from Fat 16
- Total Fat 2g (4% DV)
- Saturated Fat 1g (6% DV)
- Trans Fat 0g (0% DV)
- Cholesterol 3mg (1% DV)
- Sodium 0g (0%Dv)
- Total Carbohydrate 0 (0% DV)
- Protein 0g (0% DV)
- Vitamin A (75% DV)
- Vitamin D (190% DV)
% Daily Value (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
The Cod fish is also known as (Gadus macrocephalus) and Pacific Cod. and is used in this product and caught in the Bering Sea and also around the Aleutian Islands near Alaska in Northern America. They are wild caught by Alaskan Leader Seafoods and are processed on board in a HAACP facility by trained Quality Control staff. This company based out of Seattle, Washington USA and operate a sustainable business and comply with standards set by msc.org or the Marine Stewardship Council who exist to ensure seafood is caught in a sustainable way. They also comply with standards set by Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program that helps consumers and businesses make choices for a healthy ocean.
The business is a family run business by Dave and Barbara Wetzel who have prepared the extracted the Cod Liver Oil with great care and concern and with no additives. The fermentation process of this raw and unadulterated food, is a natural enzymatic and microbial action that releases the oil from the livers.
The produced fermented cod liver oil comes from the prolonged soaking of wild cod livers in brine, which allows cod livers to naturally ferment; the oil accumulates on top and is carefully collected. Most commercial cod liver oil manufacturing is highly industrialised and Green Pasture chooses traditional methods of production.
Fermentation is an ancient practice still used worldwide to safely preserve a variety of foods, including meat and fish. Producing cod liver oil through fermentation and gentle extraction may go as far back as biblical times and has been used to prepare and preserve food and medicine since the first written word. Using fish livers for medicine has deep historical significance in human medicinal history
The product is tested by third parties for purity and refer to their web site for more information.
The inspiration for making this product was acquired from listening to Sally Fallon Morell talk at a lecture in about 2002 about a dentist named Dr Weston A Price who published his discoveries in his book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration after travelling the world to visit uncivilised cultures in the 1920 and 30s.
This Blue Ice Product contains Fermented Cod Liver Oil that has been fermented and is supplied in a cellulose capsule that only contains unbleached beeswax used as a thickener.
The advantage of this product is that the Green Pasture Blue Ice Cod Liver Oil is encapsulated and helps you to avoid the taste.
Some customers prefer to have the product in Capsules rather than the Gel product or the oil product.
Long term customers advise that they take varying amounts and you should consult your health professional for advice on this matter.
Some customers who we have spoken to advise from consultation with their health care professional and from personal experience to decrease intake of Vitamin D during peak summer times if they are spending a lot of time in the sun. They also advise in the peak of the sick season they may increase servings of this product to assist them at times they are sick or are near sickness.
We will arrange postage according to your choice. We prefer Australia Post Express Post overnight shipping as it seems to arrive next day to all major cities like Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Darwin and Perth. The parcels are also less damaged.