We are pleased to announce that Green Pasture Products have released their new range of Emulsified Fermented Cod Liver Oil!
Kid friendly and much easier to stomach, these are a real taste breakthrough for those of you who cringe at the daily dose of your liquid gold supplement!
The ingredients used are healthful such as real soluble fiber to assist the bulking of the product. The bulking/emulsified condition allows for the flavors to have a better impact on your tongue and coats the oil. This means a better taste experience for you!
Serving size: 3/4 tsp (3.5g)
Servings per bottle: 64
Ingredients: Fermented Cod Liver Oil, vegetable glycerin, non-GMO sunflower lecithin, purified water, cellulose, trehalose, organic apple pectin, organic whole leaf stevia, natural peppermint essential oil.
The Emulsified FCLO products are different from other emulsified products in the market today. The high level of nutrient dense FCLO included in each serving allows for small amounts to be taken with great effect.
We have three flavours available: Peppermint, Licorice and Ginger. As with our other FCLO products the flavors are real essential oils and not ‘flavors’. The Ginger is Stevia free.
A real food - not a drug
You will also notice the label makes no reference to levels of EPA/DHA or Vitamins A and D, which are commonly found on commercial fish oil labels.
This is because Fermented Cod Liver Oil really is a traditional food that should not be labelled as a supplement or a drug. Fermented Cod Liver Oil is a completely different product to the other fish oils on the market today.
To be able to give a measurement that doesn’t change from batch to batch requires highly processed manufacturing. These processes not only compromise the nutritional value and stability of the oil, but also involves using synthetic vitamins to achieve the desired amounts per serve.
There are also many flaws in our methods of measurement - take Vitamin D for example. There are 100’s of different isomers of Vitamin D, but only a few are measured in the testing process. So, although there may be 400IU of Vitamin D per serve listed on the bottle, there may in fact be much more than that - they just haven’t been counted in the measuring process.
Even different measuring methods and different labs will come up with different results from the same oil - so listing a measurement on the bottle really isn’t an accurate picture of nutrient density.
Lastly, the ability to listen to what your body needs and decide on how much FCLO to take is a far better method than basing that decision on numbers.
Enjoy our current promotion of free shipping for anyone who adds one of thes new emulsified products to their order! Just type in the code EMUL_april2011 in the checkout.