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Double the Benefits: Exploring the Synergy of Beef Liver & Spleen

Double the Benefits: Exploring the Synergy of Beef Liver & Spleen


We've been championing the virtues of beef liver for its remarkable benefits for a while now, and rightly so.

Renowned as 'nature's multivitamin', beef liver stands out as one of the most nutrient-dense foods globally. Packed with vital nutrients like B vitamins, vitamin B12, vitamin A, biotin, and copper, it offers a comprehensive blend of essentials, serving as an all-in-one solution.

Providing the necessary vitamins and minerals for maintaining optimal health, beef liver supports energy levels, enhancing skin, hair, and nails, and fortifying bone, hormonal, and immune health.

Traditional Nutrition

Early ancestors believed that eating the organs from a healthy animal would strengthen and support the health of the corresponding organ of the individual. For instance, the traditional way of treating a person with a weak heart was to feed the person the heart of a healthy animal. Similarly, eating the kidneys of a healthy animal was believed to support urinary ailments and overall kidney health... and the spleen was fed to people with immune and blood deficiencies.

Organ meats were a staple of our early ancestors' diets as the ultimate superfood.

Why Pair Beef Liver With Beef Spleen?

A match made in nutritional heaven, providing a completely 100% natural solution to boosting and maintaining healthy iron levels, vital for blood building and energising the brain and body.

Beef Spleen is rich in bioavailable heme iron, whilst beef liver contains all the nutrient ‘co-factors’ that assist absorption of that iron. It’s that simple.

What Is Heme Iron?

Iron from food comes in two forms: heme and non-heme. Heme iron is a type of iron found in animal-based foods, particularly in red meat, poultry, and seafood. It is distinguished from non-heme iron, which is found in plant-based foods like beans, lentils, and leafy greens.

Unlike plant-based alternatives, beef spleen's heme iron ensures maximum absorption and efficiency. As a bonus, it’s packed with bioavailable and dense nutrition like vitamin B12, folate, and zinc, providing a holistic boost to your well-being. 

The Big 'I' Word

Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies in the world, affecting around 1.2 billion (yes, billion) people, primarily affecting women of menstruating or child-bearing age.

Studies indicate that 1 in 14 women suffer from iron deficiency, with teenagers aged 12-15 being particularly vulnerable. Nearly one-third of teenage girls fail to meet their iron requirements (1).

Iron deficiency is a big problem because its symptoms can appear as other conditions like fatigue, brain fog, light-headedness or headaches, compromised immunity, and much more.

In Summary...

Restoring and maintaining healthy iron levels is not just as simple as ingesting a high dosage of iron, as many know that such an approach can lead to stomach discomfort. That's why we've developed a functional formula with iron levels that the body can manage effectively, promoting sustainable support for healthy iron levels.

With a large number of women experiencing the benefits of our Bone Broth Protein Powders and becoming loyal long-standing customers, our new organ supplement range is yet another way we can bring traditional nutrition to modern life and support individuals in doing what they love for as long as possible.

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(1) University of Otago and Ministry of Health. (2011). A Focus on Nutrition: Key findings of the 2008/09 New Zealand Adult Nutrition Survey. Wellington: Ministry of Health.


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