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Fermented cod liver oil from Green Pasture is without a doubt the best, most special and unique cod liver oil product that is available. Ice Blue cod liver oil is produced because the ancient traditional method in which cod livers up to 6 months are fermented by an unheated lacto-fermentation process.
This process is crucial for maintaining and creating unique nutrients. Blue Ice Fermented cod liver oil than the entire natural spectrum and cofactors of the fat soluble vitamins A, D, E and K. Blue Ice liver because a raw product contains the above vitamins in the correct proportions, creating a synergistic effect occurs. Blue Ice does not contain synthetic insulated which is normally found in other products, cod liver oil and vitamin supplements. cofactors in Blue Ice support the body in the absorption of the vitamins which have improved absorption and action takes place.
Besides the aforementioned fermented cod liver oil contains vitamin a wide range of enzymes, quinones (CoQ10), essential and non-essential fatty acids, and vitamin PQQ B17/Laetrile. Fermented cod liver oil versus regular Regular cod liver products are widely industrially produced with all natural vitamins, cofactors, and many of the nutrients are removed from the oil. After the refinement process, where the liver is exposed to various chemical processes and heat treatments, there remains a liver refined final product. In the final step of producing synthetic vitamins are added to replace the removed natural vitamins. Almost every regular cod liver oil available consists of a fully cleaned and deodorized cod liver oil with added synthetic vitamins.
The liver of Green Pasture and are independently tested for contaminants such as PCBs, mercury and heavy metals and meets the medical standard in Norway.
- Full spectrum of vitamins A, D, E and K
- Various quinones, such as CoQ10
- PQQ - Vitamin B17/Laetrile
IMPORTANT: Fermented Cod Liver Oil and Skate Liver Oil products are processed in a facility that also processes or stores shell fish, other families of fish, tree nuts, milk products and soy products.