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Blue Ice Fermented Cod Liver Oil - 8 oz. Liquid (Cinnamon Tingle)


Also available in NaturalOrange and Mint flavors!

Ingredients: Fermented cod liver oil, natural cinnamon flavor, organic stevia leaf.

Suggested Serving Size: 2 ml.

Servings Per Container: 118

Green Pasture uses a proprietary cold process extraction and cleaning method to produce this pristine and naturally fresh cod liver oil. You will taste the difference, and you will feel the energy!

Blue Ice Fermented Cod Liver Oil is batch processed and independently tested to international purity standards. You will find Blue Ice Fermented Cod Liver Oil is thick, rich, and full of pigment and naturally occurring nutrients, just as historically treasured. Best of all, fermented cod liver oil is 2 1/2 times more nutrient dense in vitamins A and D.

Why take fermented fish oil?

Fermentation improves absorption. The definition of fermentation is "breaking down into simpler components". Fermentation makes the foods easier to digest and the nutrients easier to assimilate. In effect, much of the work of digestion is done for you. Since it doesn't use heat, fermentation also retains enzymes, vitamins, and other nutrients that are usually destroyed by food processing.


Vendor: Green Pasture


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