Last Modified on Jul 09, 2013
The liver is one of the most vitamin and nutrient-rich organs that we ever find on our plates. It is full of amino acids and B vitamins especially, though iron, phosphorus, and vitamins A, C, & D are also well-represented.
Desiccated liver supplements are a convenient way to get all of that nutrition without the calories, fats, and potential toxins that can be found in liver itself as part of a meal. This is simply slow-dried beef liver in tablet form.
Home Remedies: Some fans of natural remedies use desiccated liver supplements to support their own liver functions, to fill in nutritional deficiencies, and to increase energy. Liver supplements can also help to build lean body mass.
[YEA] At 52, I have lost 30 lbs 3 years ago. Threw away the prescriptions , changed my diet. Recently, I've been getting in real good shape. I remember taking dessicated liver while younger and lifting very hard. Since I now know what to eat and drink and what not to, I react much better to nutrition changes now. With the addition of the dried liver pill with two of my meals a day, I already see gains. Wearing my tank shirt in the grocery store, lots of ladies suddenly looking or staring. Nice!
Ted, Bill, Oscar, anyone who knows please,
The late Doctor Gerson's Therapy seems like a wonderful protocol to follow, not just for cancer but a light version for general health. The doctor's daughter Charlotte follows it and doing good at 89. The only thing I wonder is why did she lose her hair color? Is that generally a copper and B vitamins deficiency? Gerson diet is primarily fruits and vegetables which are high in vitamin C so I don't think it is a vitamin C deficiency. I know the protocol also recommended crude live oil injections but I don't think people can find that today. I remember Charlotte saying she is a vegan so I don't know if she does the liver. Liver is high in copper and B vitamins but the other high foods are foods not on the protocol. Would blackstrap molasses be enough to get the copper and B vitamins?
Is there a threat of mad cow disease in dessicated liver tablets? Liver just seems like a super health food. I don't think I can do the raw liver shakes though.
Lastly, I am amazed at how rampant acid reflux (as well as fungal problems) are these days, including in myself. Do most people here benefit from digestive and pancreatic enzymes? I find them expensive and heard some get stomach irritation so not sure if I should take the plunge and buy them yet. When I eat healthy I don't have a problem so I'm not sure if I should buy them? Maybe apple cider vinegar is enough? Any feedback on any of these questions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Hello, I love Earthclinic, thanks to all who contribute. I am looking for a good information and a source for dried liver extract. I did some reading on the subject but unfortunately, there seems to be very little information available, as far as where to get it, it seems that the products originating from Argentina are good, but I'd love to hear from people actually taking it. I am a vegetarian (~8years) and I have been diagnosed with iron-deficient anemia. I have been taking iron supplements with vitamin C and vit. B for about 6 months. I am unsure of how effective this is since my symptoms are still there and judging from the deep yellow color of my urine (my apologies for "sharing" so much) I suspect that my body is not properly absorbing what is needs. Thanks in advance.
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