The Resource Guide

Super-Foods & Nutrients

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Super-foods

Cod Liver Oil

At this time, we recommend the NEW Rosita “Extra Virgin” Cod Liver Oil product  – similar to the fermented cod liver oil we discussed in previous versions of the Guide, it’s got vitamins A and D and is minimally processed; however, Rosita is less pungent and easier to take! Win-win. We recommend Butter Oil or Walkabout Emu Oil (new!) for vitamin K2.

We can only recommend Walkabout as a dietary Emu oil supplement, as it is the only oil that has been screened for K2 content.

Research is ongoing, and new recommendations will be added as other brands are approved.

Pre-made Broth & Broth Bones, shipped

Note: it is most cost-effective to home-make broth at home.

Fermented Foods

Note: you can make fermented foods at home.

Lewis Labs Brewer’s Yeast

Note: this Brewer’s Yeast has been discontinued. We are evaluating possible substitute recommendations and will update as information is available.

Organic Skin Care Tea Blends

Note: add a spoonful of Great Lakes Gelatin (first dissolve in a bit of cool water) to your tea for a nourishing boost.

Organ Meats & Desiccated Organs from pasture-raised animals

Nutrients

Note: Do not supplement until you have consulted a qualified practitioner and verified against any herb or ingredient interactions.

These aren’t required – but I’m often asked, so here are my recommendations for supplemental nutrients. They can serve as adjuncts to super-foods, but cannot take their place. 

 

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