Pork Liver
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This liver comes from healthy humanely treated pigs fed 100% organic food all of their lives. Animals at Miller's Organic Farm are never treated with hormones or antibiotics.

Liver is a very concentrated source of vitamins and minerals: Rich in vitamin A, B2, B6, niacin, folate, B12, iron, zinc, phosphorus, manganese and selenium.  

The 10 years of research by Dr. Weston A. Price resulted in his book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration where he identified liver to be one of the most important "sacred foods", especially important during pre-conception, pregnancy, lactation and young children. 

Summarized From NourishedKitchen.com
Why You Should Eat Liver (and, no, its not a storehouse for toxins) 

FICTION: But the liver is the bodys filter!  I would never eat liver!  Its a storehouse for toxins!  I love liver, but its too high in cholesterol to eat.   

FACT: Liver neutralizes, but does not store toxins. Liver is one of the most concentrated sources of vitamins and minerals. Liver is extraordinarily nutrient dense and offers more folate and more minerals than does kale. Always source your liver from healthy, pasture-raised animals for optimal nutrient content.

The liver functions to neutralize environmental toxins as well as toxins we (or other animals) consume like antibiotics, pharmaceutical drugs and other potential toxins.  While the liver functions to neutralize these toxins, they are not stored in the liver; rather, if they cannot be eliminated through the bodys waste functions, theyre likely to be stored in visceral fat. 

Video: Making Beef and Liver Burgers (for kids) by NourishingHope.com

Liver Recipes and safety information from Weston A. Price Foundation's "The Liver Files"

Roasted Potatoes with Bacon and Liver from NourishedKitchen.com

Benefits of Eating Liver: 10 Questions Answered from Radiant Life Catalog

Liver Pate: Dairy-free from Monica Corado at SimplyBeingWell.com

Video: Making Liver Pate from The Healthy Home Economist


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