FOOD: Whole Food Supplement
FOOD: Whole Food Supplement
FOOD: Whole Food Supplement
FOOD: Whole Food Supplement
FOOD: Whole Food Supplement
FOOD: Whole Food Supplement

FOOD: Whole Food Supplement

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PASTURED BEEF LIVER: Sourced exclusively from grass-fed, pasture-raised, New Zealand bovine, the Pastured Beef Liver is an abundant source of nutrients, including protein, vitamin B6 and B12, folate, choline, copper, hyaluronic acid, and a concentrated source of preformed vitamin A (retinol). 

Often called the superfood of the animal kingdom; excellent source of protein; great source of preformed vitamin A; abundant with bioavailable B12 and B-complex vitamins, choline, biotin, iron, copper, zinc, and folate; contains fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, K.

Ingredients: New Zealand Bovine Liver (Grass-fed, pasture-raised, freeze-dried) 3,000 mg per serving

Other Ingredients: Gelatin (capsule)

Contains NO dairy, wheat, yeast, gluten, corn, sugar, soy, shellfish, tree nuts, or preservatives. Made without stearates, fillers, binders, flow agents, or additives of any kind.

Serving Size: 6 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30

Suggested Use: Take 6 capsules per day with or without food, or as recommended by your healthcare professional.

If you are pregnant, nursing, or have a medical condition, consult your healthcare practitioner before use.

KEY BENEFITS

WHOLE FOOD NUTRITION

Beef liver is a nutrient dense source of the vitamins and minerals humans are most likely to be deficient in. It’s as if beef liver was designed by nature for our benefit. The nutrients that comprise beef liver are the synergistic building blocks to support metabolic, immune, liver, skin, eye, reproductive, and mental health.

ENERGY

An excellent source of protein and a great source of preformed vitamin A, liver provides bioavailable B12 and B-complex vitamins, choline, biotin, iron, copper, zinc, folate, and all fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K) The synergistic combination of these vitamins and minerals naturally boosts energy levels.

BRAIN HEALTH

The abundant B vitamins provided in beef liver help to fight fatigue and brain fog, and help to support neurological function, metabolism and brain health.

PREFORMED VITAMIN A

  • Fat-soluble dietary vitamin A is derived from both preformed vitamin A and provitamin A. Preformed vitamin A, known as retinol, is sourced from animals. Provitamin A is derived from plant pigments collectively known as carotenoids such as beta-carotene.
  • Provitamin A is a precursor to vitamin A, it requires conversion to retinol in the body in order to be utilized, making it difficult to absorb. Preformed vitamin A, provided in beef liver, is both ready for your body to use and easy to assimilate.

NEW ZEALAND - THE PREMIERE SOURCE

  • Pastured Beef Liver is sourced exclusively from grass-fed livestock raised on the rich pastures of New Zealand
  • New Zealand has strict animal husbandry practices and agricultural biosecurity to protect both animals and food production
  • Fresh beef liver is gently freeze-dried to preserve biological activity and nutrient content

DESICCATED OYSTER: 100% pure, nutrient dense oyster extract powder from the pristine Atlantic coastal waters of Ireland. Excellent source of naturally occurring Zinc from oysters and also a source of Copper, Selenium and Iodine from oyster.

OysterMax

About Our Company

Marine Health Foods is a specialized producer of marine extracts, carefully selected for purity and strength from the pure Atlantic Ocean waters. Based at a facility in the picturesque countryside of Aughrim, Co. Wicklow

Our flag ship product, OysterMax®, is a nutrient dense oyster extract powder made exclusively from Irish oysters.

Approved under:

  • ➢  SFPA (Sea Food Protection Authority),

  • ➢  HSE (Health Service Executive)

  • ➢  FSAI registered

  • ➢  Compliant with CFR for export to the US under FDA (Food and Drug Administration).

About Our product

OysterMax® is derived from Irish Oysters of the Species Crassostrea gigas.

OysterMax® is used as a dietary supplement by health practitioners in the EU and USA for various aspects of human health, although it has many other applications.

OysterMax® is a single ingredient product comprised solely of Oyster Extract Powder. Each batch is tested for heavy metals, microbiological profile & analytical constituents so you know what the label says is accurate 100% of the time.

COA’s available on request.

Production & High Quality

Product Benefits

High in Zinc

  • Oysters used are naturally sourced in a sustainable manner

  • Oysters are delivered and processed on the same day

  • All processing takes place in a food grade environment.

  • We use a careful drying process to maintain the integrity of the vitamins and minerals found within

  • No Vitamins or Minerals are added artificially making them Highly Bioavailable

  • Due to the low aW & moisture content OysterMax® is stable throughout shelf life and can be stored up to 3 years from production.

  • Quality checks are carried out both in house and by external accredited labs during production.

  • Full traceability maintained.

High in Vitamin B12

High in Copper

Source of Iodine

Naturally occurring Selenium

No GMOs

No irradiation

No fillers

No colours

No additives

100% oyster extract powder

Health Benefits The Science

OysterMax® is high in Zinc, Vitamin B12 & Copper a source of Iodine and naturally occurring Selenium which support normal:

  • Immune system

  • Hair

  • Skin

  • Nails

  • Vision

  • Bones

  • Energy yielding metabolism for increased energy

  • Cognitive health

  • Nervous system

  • Testosterone levels in the blood

  • Fertility and reproduction

  • Thyroid function

  • Reduction of tiredness and fatigue

    A serving of only 1.2g can provide the following of the Recommend Daily Intake:

    45% of B12
    40% of zinc
    32% of copper 16% iodine
    8- 10% Selenium

    These vitamins and minerals are highly bioavailable for best efficiency as they are naturally occurring within our product.

Product Uses

Suitable for use as a Dietary Supplement

Suitable for use in Food

Suitable for use in Pet Feed
 

 

 

from Sally Fallon:

We need to remember that vitamin supplements and related products are new to the scene and for thousands of years, mankind got the vitamins and minerals we needed from food. For example:

  • Calcium and phosphorus: raw dairy foods or the crushed bones of small animals, added to food.
  • Zinc: red meat and shellfish, like oysters.
  • Iodine: seafood (especially fish eggs), sea weed and butter
  • Iron: liver, red meat and shellfish
  • Magnesium: present in virtually all whole foods, unrefined salt
  • Vitamins A and D: liver, fish livers and fish liver oils, fish eggs, fish heads, egg yolks and animal fats
  • Vitamin K: aged cheese, butter, cream, poultry fat including emu oil, poultry livers, egg yolks
  • Vitamin C: fermented foods like sauerkraut, fresh and dried fruit, fresh vegetables, organ meats
  • B Vitamins: organ meats, pork, fruit and vegetables, raw meat and raw dairy (B6), fermented grains
  • B12: liver, organ meats, shell fish (clams are a very good source), raw dairy

As much as possible, we should be getting the nutrients we need from the foods listed above.  If you are elderly and slim, you may need more calcium than others, so should emphasize raw dairy.  Some people have a high requirement for zinc and would benefit from including a lot of red meat in their diet. Those with adrenal fatigue require more vitamins A and C, which they can get from concentrated foods like cod liver oil and sauerkraut.

A growing trend is the use of concentrated dried foods to bolster the diet—this practice accords with the habits of traditional peoples who preserved a number of foods for later use by pounding them and allowing them to dry in the sun.  We have descriptions of traditional peoples preparing powdered and dried liver and other organ meats, muscle meats, shellfish, fish eggs, fruit and tubers. Modern powdered versions of these foods allow us to consume, for example, organ meats that are impossible to obtain or difficult to eat.

Desiccated liver, heart, kidney, pancreas and spleen, plus many dried organs separately.  The only one I would urge caution on is desiccated thyroid, which should probably be taken under the care of a holistic practitioner.

For those like myself, who just can’t bring themselves to consume bivalves like oysters and mussels, desiccated versions are available including mussels and oysters.

For those who don’t like vegetables much, check out nutrient-dense vegetable powders. Your best bet for vitamin C is a dried fruit rich in C, such as amla tablets or acerola powder. 

What supplements do I take? My morning regimen includes one teaspoon fermented cod liver oil taken with one-half teaspoon high-vitamin butter oil and one-half teaspoon emu oil (all mixed with a little hot water and swallowed quickly); a few tablets of amla (more during allergy season); two capsules of desiccated heart (heart disease runs in my family) and two capsules of desiccated oyster (since I can’t stand the thought of eating raw oysters). These plus a nutrient-dense diet, including lots of raw dairy products, help support a busy life, a focused mind and good sleep.