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Nutrient Content in Our Encapsulated Organ MeatsUpdated 2 months ago

Our encapsulated organ meats are whole food supplements, meaning the precise nutrient contents will slightly vary from batch to batch. This is due to factors such as the individual cow from which it was sourced and the season in which it was harvested. 

This is similar to the slight variations you might find in the grass-fed beef you purchase from a butcher. Factors like the specific cow, where it grazed, and the season in which it was processed will cause minor differences in nutrient content. 

Nevertheless, we understand the importance of knowing what you're putting into your body. So, let's take a look at the typical values per serving you can expect from our encapsulated organ meats:

Vitamin Profile

Vitamin A: 4600 IU

Retinol: 1385 mcg

Retinol Activity Equivalent: 1391 mcg

Alpha Carotene: 3.1 mcg

Beta Carotene: 65.0 mcg

Beta Cryptoxanthin: 3.6 mcg

Vitamin C: 0.4 mg

Vitamin D: 4.5 IU

Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol): 0.1 mg

Vitamin K: 0.9 mcg

Thiamin: 0.1 mg

Riboflavin: 0.8 mg

Niacin: 3.7 mg

Vitamin B6: 0.3 mg

Folate: 81.2 mcg

Vitamin B12: 13.6 mcg

Pantothenic Acid: 2.0 mg

Choline: 120 mg

Mineral Profile

Calcium: 1.4 mg

Heme Iron: 2.2 mg

Magnesium: 5.0 mg

Phosphorus: 108 mg

Potassium: 87.6 mg

Sodium: 19.3 mg

Zinc: 1.1 mg

Copper: 2.7 mg

Manganese: 0.1 mg

Selenium: 11.1 mcg

It's important to note that the nutrient content in our products is derived naturally from the organ meats themselves and not added artificially. This provides you with the benefits that come from consuming a balanced diet rich in organ meats, but in a convenient, easy-to-take capsule.

Please remember that individual needs may vary and it's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare provider if you have specific dietary requirements or concerns. As always, if you have any further questions about our products, feel free to get in touch!

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