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Standard Process Cod Liver Oil These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases. Statements made are independent of Standard Process, Inc.
A-F Betafood – 1950’s
Agenda History of Cod Liver Oil Detail of new Standard Process Cod Liver Oil Vitamins A, D, F & Cod Liver Oil Studies supporting the use of Cod Liver Oil Review of supportive protocols
The Daily Gleaner - London England Monday November 4 th 1901 “ Two Hundred years of experience has proven that there is no substitute for Cod Liver Oil. The greatest scientists in the world have never been able to produce a substitute for it. The most eminent physicians in Europe and America have spent years in a vain attempt to produce artificially a preparation that would take the place of Cod Liver Oil.” SCOTT & BOWNE, Mfg chemist New York
Dr. Royal Lee on Cod Liver Oil “All natural vitamins are complexes. Natural vitamin A contains a special fat soluble synergist that physiologically lowers high blood pressure just as natural cod liver oil contains a synergist of vitamin D that promotes the assimilation of calcium by the body cells, whereas the pure vitamin D will rob the cells of calcium.” Address to the American Academy of Applied Nutrition Huntington Hotel, Pasadena, California. May 24, 1953
Vitamin News “It would seem that we are not justified in considering rat units of Vitamin D in irradiated ergosterol as being equivalent to the same number of rat units of Vitamin D in cod liver oil as a curative or prophylactic remedy for rickets.” Barnes, D. J., (Brady, M. J. and James, E. W., Comparative Value of Irradiated Ergosterol and Cod Liver Oil as a Prophylactic Antirachitic Agent When Given in Equivalent Dosage According to the Rat Unit of Vitamin D, American Journal of Diseases of Children, 39:45, 1930 Vitamin D factor in viosterol and cod liver oil are not identical. Ten times as many Vitamin D units in viosterol do not give as much protection as plain cod liver oil. (Abstract of DeSanctic, Rudolph and Craig, J. D., A Five-Year Clinical Study of the Prophylactic Value of Antirachitic Agents, New York State Journal of Medicine 34:16, , 1934).
Vitamin News (continued) Researchers have shown that the natural sources of Vitamin D such as cod-liver oil, butter and yeast also contain potent forms of Vitamin F. It is this Vitamin F of cod liver oil that, no doubt, is responsible for the vast difference between the clinical performance of the cod liver oil and purified or synthetic Vitamin D (such as Viosterol), that is so well known today.
Dr. Royal Lee – Vitamin D Conversations in Nutrition April 1955 What do you think of vitamin D preparations such as cod liver oil? Cod liver oil is the best form of all for vitamin D. If you get natural cod liver oil that has not been meddled with or altered or concentrated or enriched. It has been proven very emphatically because in treating surgical wounds they use cod liver oil to speed up healing and it won’t work if you don’t use the natural oil without any changes.
Dr. Royal Lee – Vitamin F Conversations in Nutrition April 1955 What can you tell us about vitamin F? If you use natural cod liver oil, you get the two vitamins together ( D & F) and you never know they existed. But when you take them apart and take the synthetic D alone, then you are in trouble. Synthetic vitamin D has killed thousands of youngsters because it caused calcification of the kidneys and created a vitamin F deficiency.
Are Your Patients Getting Enough Vitamin A & D? National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) data, at least 50 percent of people in the United States could be consuming less than the recommended daily allowance of vitamin A. NHANES data also suggests that almost all of us (90 percent) are deficient in vitamin D. Products like Cod Liver Oil, with or without additional supplementation, could help meet each patient’s individual need.
Dr. Royal Lee – Vitamin News Vitamin F, the fat-soluble growth principle found associated with E, and acting to oppose the action of Vitamin D in maintaining calcium balance in the blood, appears to be the specific antidote for D poisoning. It is apparently present in cod liver oil and this would account for the great difference in toxicity of cod-liver oil D as compared to irradiated ergosterol.
Dr. Royal Lee – Vitamin News (continued) Thus, if the diet is deficient in both fat-soluble vitamins A and D, as for instance when olive oil replaces cod liver oil, the following abnormalities develop… 1.Thickening of the gingival region 2.Hypertrophy of the sub-gingival epithelium, with the development of finger-like processes. 3.Irregular alignment of some of the teeth and tilting of the teeth in relation to the jaw 4.Irregular thickness of the periodontal membrane
The Process Short path distillation is a method which removes metals, PCBs and other toxins to below detectable levels for human consumption. There are different levels of Molecular distillation. Standard Process Cod Liver Oil is not bleached with clays and does not go through a deodorization or an esterification process which will denature and refine oil as well as break down triglycerides and separate the fatty acids from glycerine
Commercial Cod Liver Oil
Natural Unrefined Cod Liver Oil Has More Than Just Retinyl Palmitate
Contains Naturally Occurring Coenzyme Q 10 (CoQ 10 ) CoQ 10 is a fat-soluble substance used in the body’s energy-generating processes. The minimal processing selected for Standard Process Cod Liver Oil has the beneficial effect of retaining CoQ 10 from cod livers.
Ålesund Norway – Cod liver oil capital 3 Cod species No added vitamin A or D Every batch tested for contaminants Each serving is an excellent source of naturally occurring vitamins A and vitamin D complexes
Standard Process Cod Liver Oil
General Recommendations for Vitamin D Minimum blood levels of vitamin D should be above 29 ng/mL and optimal between ng/mL Supplementing with IU’s of vitamin D daily for two months should increase to within normal levels (this is not including all the other sources of D in the diet or sunshine) Consider three Cataplex D and three CLO daily for two months A maintenance dose of 1000 IU’s daily of vitamin D from all sources
The Different Levels of Vitamins A & D and EPA & DHA Product: Cod Liver Oil Calamari Omega-3 Liquid Tuna Omega-3 Oil Tuna Omega-3 Chewable Linum B 6 (630 mg of flaxseed oil per serving) Formperle (3/day) liquid (1 tsp./day) perle (4/day) perle (3/day) Vitamin A1,140 IUNA Vitamin D120 IUNA 200 IUNA EPA/serving210 mg400 mg120 mg100 mgNA DHA/serving300 mg800 mg600 mg500 mgNA Alpha- linolenic acid/serving NA ~346 mg
Research on Cod Liver Oil
CLO during pregnancy Use of cod liver oil during pregnancy is associated with lower risk of Type I diabetes in the offspring. This effect was found only in mothers taking cod liver oil, not in mothers taking multivitamin supplements. Cod liver oil taken by nursing mothers improves the breast milk by increasing the amount of fatty acids, which promotes brain development, and the amount of vitamin A, which helps prevent infections, but the level of vitamin D is unchanged. Stene, L. C., et al. Use of cod liver oil during pregnancy associated with lower risk of Type I diabetes in the offspring. Diabetologia. 43(9): , 2000
Use of cod liver oil during the first year of life is associated with lower risk of childhood-onset type 1 diabetes: a large, population-based, case-control study Use of cod liver oil in the first year of life was associated with a significantly lower risk of type 1 diabetes (adjusted odds ratio: 0.74; 95% CI: 0.56, 0.99). Cod liver oil may reduce the risk of type 1 diabetes, perhaps through the anti-inflammatory effects of long-chain n-3 fatty acids. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 78(6): , 2003
Pre-Natal Protocol Cod Liver Oil 3 per day – Vitamins A & D complexes for bone building and bone development Catalyn 3 per day – A whole food multi-vitamin and mineral concentrate with 14 different whole foods Folic Acid B 12 2 per day – For prevention of neural tube defects Calcifood Wafers or Powder 6 per day (1 tbls powder = 9 wafers) – Source of bone building protein and minerals from bone meal and veal bone, especially methionine, lysine and tryptophan first amino acids lost in cooking. Consider Calcium lactate if need for ionizable calcium SP Green Food 6 per day – Excellent source of cruciferous vegetables, kale and Brussels sprouts, which provide both Lutein and Zeaxanthin; Provides overall cellular health Immuplex 2 per day – Fortifies immune system with support from spleen, thymus, and liver; also excellent source of zinc and folate This program should be continued through out pregnancy
Low vitamin D status linked to higher risk of diabetes Deficiency in vitamin D may be associated with an increased risk of developing type 1 diabetes, according to new research. The study published in Diabetologia finds a correlation between serum levels of vitamin D3 and subsequent incidence of Type 1 diabetes. Led by Dr. Cedric Garland and colleagues from the University of California, San Diego, USA, the team performed a six year analysis of nearly 2,000 people — finding higher levels of serum vitamin D3, known as 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D], are associated with a lower incidence of the disease. Therefore a preventive roll of vitamin D is suggested Diabetologia volume 55, issue 12, pags , November 2012
Diabetes Support Protocol Cod Liver Oil 3-6 per day – Natural D source and A as well as EFA’s Diaplex 6-9 per day – Pancreas pmg & cytosol extract, pea vine for E complex buckwheat juice for capillary support Gymnema 2-4 per day – Improve the ability of insulin to lower blood sugar, and repair beta cells in the pancreas generally improving blood sugar control Zinc Liver Chelate TM 3-6 per day – Zinc increases cellular glucose assimilation and glucose effectiveness Cataplex GTF 3-6 per day – Chromium supports blood sugar regulation and aides the interaction of glucose, insulin, and glucagon. It improves the uptake of glucose to cells where it can be used to produce energy
Effect of CLO on Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients with rheumatoid arthritis ingested 1 g of cod liver oil (one capsule) daily for 3 months. Decreases occurred in morning stiffness (52.4%), painful (42.7%) and swollen (40%) and pain intensity (67.5%). Ratings of "good" or "very good" were awarded by 68% of the patients for efficacy and by 95% for tolerabilityCod liver oil can be recommended for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. National Library of Medicine Adv Ther 2002 Mar-Apr; 19 (2): 101-7
Rheumatoid Arthritis Support Protocol Maintenance: Cod Liver Oil 3-6 per day – Source of vitamin F factors and DHA & EPA vitamin A & D complex all shown effective with these patients Rumaplex 6-9 per day – Multiple Rheumatoid support product also providing bone PMG for autoimmune factors involved Organically Bound Minerals3-6 per day – Supplies potassium and other alkaline ash minerals for bone development Boswellia complex 3-6 per day – Boswellia and Turmeric in the complex inhibit leukotrienes which help to reduce cellular inflammation Acute add: Thymex 6-12 per day – Support phagocytic and lymphatic factors and inflammation Rehmannia complex 3-9 per day – Rehmannia and hemidesmus help control autoimmune activity and anti-inflammatory factors
New trial shows Cod Liver Oil can reduce the need for anti-inflammatory drugs without loss of pain-relief The results of a five-year study show that Cod Liver Oil can reduce the amount of anti-inflammatory drugs taken by Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) patients by over 30%. Results showed that by taking Cod Liver Oil daily nearly 40% of patients were able to reduce their anti-inflammatory intake by over 30%. Most importantly this study showed that the reduction in intake of anti- inflammatory drugs in those taking the Cod Liver Oil supplements was not associated with any worsening of pain or disease activity. This study offers hope to many Rheumatoid Arthritis patients for whom Cod Liver Oil supplements can offer a natural pain management treatment without the harmful side effects associated with the use of anti-inflammatory drugs. 1 Belch JJF, Nuki G, Galarraga B. et al. (2008) 'Cod Liver Oil (N-3 Fatty Acids) As a Non-Steroidal Anti- Inflammatory Drug Sparing Agent in Rheumatoid Arthritis' P.13: Discussion 2 Arthritis Care, The Impact of Arthritis Fact Sheet (July 2007) To download a copy of the full paper click here:
Patients on cod liver oil showed less pain and slightly less interference with their normal activities than patients on placebo This study involved 26 osteoarthritis patients. Patients received 10 ml per day of either cod liver oil or an olive oil placebo plus their usual NSAID's daily for 6 months. At the end of the 6 month period, the patients on cod liver oil showed less pain and less interference with their normal activities than patients on placebo, though the difference was not statistically significant. Stammers, T., et al. Fish oil in osteoarthritis [letter]. Lancet. 2:503, 1989.
Omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA) from cod liver oil reduced aggrecan- degrading enzymes and collagen-degrading enzymes in 86% of patients Authors conclude that cod liver oil retards cartilage degeneration in osteoarthritis and reduces the factors that cause pain and inflammation in osteoarthritis patients. Omega-3 fatty acids in the oil appear to switch off the aggrecan- and collagen-degrading enzymes that break down joint cartilage, slowing cartilage destruction and reducing inflammation, which lessens arthritic pain. Caterson, B., et al. Arthritis and Rheumatism. Cardiff University, UK.
Cod liver oil intake during the previous week was associated with a 25% reduction in patients reporting intense pain and a 19% reduction in the number of patients reporting considerable/intense pain The object of this study was to investigate the relationship between dietary supplementation of cod liver oil and the intensity of pain in people with musculoskeletal pain in a cross-sectional study. The study suggests that people with musculoskeletal pain experience less pain if they take cod liver oil. Eriksen, W., et al. Does dietary supplementation of cod liver oil mitigate musculoskeletal pain? Eur J Clin Nutr. 50(10):689-93, 1996.
Inflammation/Pain Support Protocol Cod Liver Oil 3-6 per day – Chronic pain patients often have low Vitamin D levels and it is also a great source of Omega-3s for inflammation Tuna Omega-3 Oil 4 per day – Excellent source of Omega-3 for anti-inflammatory effects Boswellia Complex 3 per day – Inhibits inflammatory leukotrienes to reduce inflammation Chlorophyll Complex TM (chew perles) 3-6 per day – Has a neutralizing effect on the inflammatory aspects of gaunidine Saligesic 4-6 per day – High potency willow bark extract; very effective as an analgesic and anti-inflammatory If nerve pain add Inositol Powder - Inositol is known as a mild support for pain management
Cod liver oil reduced the number of new cavities by ½ compared with children who did not receive cod liver oil. In this clinical study, children who received one tablespoon of cod liver oil per day for one year reduced the number of new cavities by ½ compared with children who did not receive cod liver oil. McBeath, E. C., et al. The role of vitamin D in the control of dental caries in children. Journal of Nutrition. 15:547–564, 1938.
Children’s Support Protocol Cod Liver Oil 1-3 per day – For young children puncture perle – Vitamins A & D for bone building and bone development, Omega-3’s for brain and eye development Catalyn or Cyrofood 2-6 per day – Also consider Chewable Catalyn or Cyrofood Powder 1-2 tsp per day mix in blender with juice or smoothie if more fiber is desired – Catalyn for complete multivitamin and mineral supplement with enzyme source from 14 different whole foods for long term whole body support Consider Calcifood wafers or powder which will further support bone, teeth, and related tissues; excellent sources of calcium, phosphorus, and protein (3-6 wafers per day, or 1-2 tsp of powder)
Cod Liver Oil may help to prevent (upper) Respiratory Tract Infections The authors studied the effect of daily supplementation with lemon- flavored cod liver oil and a children's multivitamin-mineral supplement containing selenium on the number of pediatric visits by young, inner- city, Latino children from late autumn of 2002 through early spring of The supplementation group had a statistically significant decrease in the mean number of upper respiratory tract visits over time; the medical records control group had no change in this parameter. The supplements were well tolerated; per parental report, 70% of children completed the 5- to 6-month course of cod liver oil. Linday, L. A., et al. Effect of daily cod liver oil and a multivitamin-mineral supplement with selenium on upper respiratory tract pediatric visits by young, inner-city, Latino children: randomized pediatric sites. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol. 113(11): , 2004.
Upper Respiratory Support Protocol Propholactic: Cod Liver Oil 3 per day – Vitamin A for the epithelial tissue support; Vitamin D for immune support and inflammation Cataplex E 3-6 per day – Vitamin E Complex with a naturally occurring source of selenium for tissue and connective tissue repair Acute (add): Congaplex 3-6 per day – Source of alfalfa, mushrooms, carrots, Echinacea, and Calcium Lactate, which are nutrients specific to inflammatory states Pneumotrophin PMG 3-6 per day – A protomorphogen extract to support cellular DNA and RNA blueprint for repair of tissue Euphrasia Complex 2-3 per day – Contains Eyebright and Goldenseal for mucous membrane support and a natural trophorestorative Cataplex ACP 6 per day – Specific for immune and epithelial tissue support
Lemon-flavored cod liver oil and a multivitamin-mineral supplement for the secondary prevention of otitis media in young children Giving a child a daily teaspoon of cod liver oil, which contains vitamins A and D and omega-3 fatty acids, together with a multivitamin tablet containing selenium, can help prevent otitis media, or reduce the amount of antibiotics needed to cure the condition. This study provides preliminary evidence that some episodes of otitis media may be prevented and that the reliance on antibiotics may be reduced among young children by using nutritional supplements. Linday, L. A., et al. Lemon-flavored cod liver oil and a multivitamin-mineral supplement for the secondary prevention of otitis media in young children: pilot research. Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology. 111(7 Part 1): , 2002.
Ear Infections (Acute) Protocol Cod Liver Oil 3 per day – Source of Omega 3 fatty acids to support immune function Congaplex per day – Support during acute infections – Carrots, alfalfa, mushrooms, Echinacea and CALCIUM LACTATE provide the nutrients and minerals needed during inflammatory states Thymex per day – Help support healthy immune function and lymphatic drainage ( use 1-2 per hour during first 12 hours) Cyruta 6 per day – Supports epithelial as well as supports drainage in the body Chewable Congaplex 9 per day – May be used with children one year or older, 9 tablets/day as the suggested starting dose for children under ten
Ear Infections (Chronic) Protocol Cod Liver Oil 3 per day – Source of Omega 3 fatty acids to support immune function Thymex 4 per day – Help support healthy immune function; Help support lymphatic drainage Zymex Wafers 6 wafers per day – Support for healthy intestinal function – Supports normal pH in intestinal tract thus favoring the production of probiotics like acidophilus and bifido bacteria. Immuplex Capsules 3 per day – Combines A, B 12, C for immune support. – Contains bovine thymus, liver, and spleen tissue extracts to support healthy immune function
The author reports that cod liver oil provides substantial relief for autism patients I am using natural lipid soluble concentrated cis form of vitamin A in cod liver oil to bypass blocked G protein pathways and turn on these central retinoid receptors. In a few days, most of these children regain eye contact and some say their “box” of clear vision grows. After two months on vitamin-A treatment some of these children, when given a single dose of bethanechol [a drug related to acetlycholine, a substance that transmits nerve impulses] to stimulate pathways in the parasympathetic system in the gut, focus, laugh, concentrate, show a sense of humor and talk after 30 minutes, as if reconnected. This improves cognition, but they are still physically ill. When these children get the MMR vaccine, their vitamin A stores are depleted and they cannot compensate for blocked pathways. Lack of vitamin A, which has been called “the anti- infective agent,” leaves them immuno-suppressed. They lack cell-mediated immunity. T cell activation, important for long term immune memory, requires 14-hydroxy retro- retinol. On cod liver oil, the only natural source of this natural substance, the children get well. One week ago my oldest son, who is gifted but dyslexic, had twelve neighborhood friends over for dinner. As I looked around the table, all of these children but one had dilated pupils. After two-and-one-half months of taking vitamin A and D in cod liver oil, my son announced, “I can read now! The letters don’t jump around on the page anymore!” He is able to focus and his handwriting has improved dramatically. Megson, Mary, MD. Autism and Vaccinations. Weston A. Price Foundation.
Cod Liver Oil and Breast Cancer In an on-going case-control study, researchers found that increased vitamin D, either through sun exposure or dietary intake, reduced a woman's risk of breast cancer. Thus far, the team has reviewed data from 576 breast cancer cases identified through the Ontario Cancer Registry and 813 controls identified through randomly selected residential telephone calls. The cases were diagnosed between July 1, 2003 and June 30, 2004 and were aged 20 to 58 years. Women who worked an outdoor job, which would increase sun exposure, had a 40% reduction in the risk of breast cancer relative to those who had not (95% CI, ). Women who participated in outdoor activities had a reduced risk of breast cancer. Women who participated in more than 6 outdoor activities per week between the ages of 10 and 19 had a 45% risk reduction, relative to those who had fewer than four activities. Women who participated in more than 5 activities between the ages of 20 and 29 had a 28% reduced risk relative to those with fewer than 3 outdoor activities. Outdoor activities included both physically active and inactive ones, suggesting that it was a link to sun exposure rather than exercise. In terms of dietary intake, the researchers asked participants about cod liver oil. Women who took cod liver oil for 10 years or more had a 34% reduced risk, relative to those who did not (95% CI, ). Potential reduction in breast cancer risk associated with vitamin D. 97th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research. Washington, D.C., USA. April 10, 2006.
Breast Cancer Prevention Cod Liver Oil 3 per day – Vitamins D and A with good source of EPA & DHA Cruciferous Complete TM 3-6 per day – Kale and Brussels sprouts provide balance between 2/16 hydroxyestrogen ratio Vitanox (tumeric, catechins) 1-2 per day – Supports Phase II methylation Protefood (methionine for methylation) 1-2 per day – Provides essential amino acids and added methylation Spanish Black Radish (especially with breast tenderness) 2 per day – Excellent source of sulfur up regulate phase II enzymes Cataplex D ( consider if not exposed to sun) 2-4 per day
Building Bones / Osteoporosis Protocol Cod Liver Oil 3-6 per day – Vitamins A & D for bone building and EFA’s for inflammation and bone growth Calcifood ® Wafers (or powder) 6-9 wafers (1 Tbls) – Source of bone building protein and minerals from bone meal and veal bone, especially methionine, lysine and tryptophan first amino acids lost in cooking Cruciferous Complete3-6 daily – Great source of vitamin K important to activate inactive Calcitonin, enabling Calcitonin to transfer Calcium into the Bones Cataplex ® C 6-9 daily – C complex is an essential cofactor of collagen formation in the bones Ostrophin PMG 3-6 daily – A good source of bone protomorphogen; also a foundational component of cartilage
ARMD (Age-Related Macular Degeneration) Protocol Bilberry 6000mg 3 per day – May help to prevent Age-Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD) (due to the Anthocyanosides content of Bilberry) Cod Liver Oil 3 per day – Vitamin A for support for adaptation and aging in early stages of ARMD Cruciferous Complete TM 4-6 per day – Excellent source of both Luten and Zeaxanthin from kale and Brussels sprouts; vitamin factors are found in these cruciferous vegetables, especially A, C, and E Iplex ® 3 per day – Oculotrophin, A complexes from both kidney and liver, c complex from mushroom and buckwheat
General Immune Support Protocol Cod Liver Oil 3-6 per day – Kids 1-3 perles puncture perles if cannot swallow – Vitamin A & D are specific for immune support Immuplex ® 3 per day – Fortifies immune system with support from spleen, thymus, and liver; also excellent source of zinc and folate Congaplex ® 3 daily – At first sign of cold or flu, take 2 Congaplex ® every hour for the first 48 hours – A source of ionizable calcium; Thymex for up-regulating T-cell activity, as well as A and C complex for added immune support Thymex ® (for flu and acute cases consider adding 1-2 per hour) Up-regulates T-cell activity for immune response
Cardiovascular Support Protocol Cod Liver Oil 3 per day – Vitamin A to support healthy blood pressure levels; Omega-3s for anti-inflammatory factors Cardio-Plus 3-6 per day – Supplies heart protomorphogens, Vitamin C complex, and B-complex, as well as E2 Cataplex B 3-6 per day – Supplies the Vitamin B-4 factors which are critical for motor-nerve conductivity Cataplex G 3-6 per day – Only add G if high blood pressure Cataplex E 2 (if they already had angina) 6-9 per day – Increases the oxygen-conserving factors Calcium Lactate (if they already had angina) 6-9 per day – Source of ionizable calcium for normal heart function
Dear Standard Process, As a mother of two children and a personal trainer, I knew the importance of a quality omega 3 oil supplement, but your new Cod Liver Oil far surpassed my wildest expectations. My eighteen year old son has dealt with cystic acne for the last four years. Dealing with the discomfort and self-image issues have been a struggle for him. After speaking with a dermatologist, and against my better judgment, we had considered prescription medication for this condition. Although less than two weeks have passed since he first started taking 6 Cod Liver Oil perles per day, we noticed significant improvement within a few days. The inflammation and redness have since disappeared and his skin is well into the healing process. No other changes were made to my son’s daily routine which tells me the results we have seen in such a short time have come from Standard Process Cod Liver Oil. Thank you again for your commitment to providing another exceptional supplement…Cod Liver Oil! Lisa Bennett, BS, CPT
Dr. Stuart White on Cod Liver Oil “This product rewrites the rumors about Cod Liver Oil - it tastes terrific and it feels even better! No burning in the throat from rancidity - I don’t know how SP does it but the product renews the choice to utilize this remarkable food and give clinicians new horsepower in modulating DHA dependent mental performance.”
Recap Cod Liver Oil should be considered as a foundational support for many different nutritional programs There is no other natural source that combines such wonderful blends of vitamins A, D & F as well as the Omega 3s as in Standard Process Cod Liver Oil