Our Fermented Cod Liver Oil is a pure food. It contains naturally occurring vitamins A & D. It is also a natural source of omega 3, 6, 7, and 9 fatty acids, along with other fat-soluble nutrients. Because this is all natural, it is more bio-actively available for absorption in the human body, and easier for our bodies to assimilate.
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This entire product line is certified by the Marine Stewardship Council, which ensures that the cod livers we source have been sustainably wild-caught. (MSC-C-55178)
Recommended Serving Size: 1/2 tsp (2 ml)
Available in Unflavoured
Shipping Weight: 1.10 lbs.
We ferment livers from fish that have been exclusively wild-caught in the Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands region of Alaska. View Our Partners page to learn more about the specific company we partner for our fish liver sourcing.
We strive to provide high quality nutrient dense oils for you to enjoy. Check out our Quality and Sustainability page and learn more about our oils.
People have been consuming fermented fish products for thousands of years. Learn more about these traditional foods, the different fermented foods people have eaten over the centuries, and what people have thought about it.
Nutrition is an integral part of oral health. Want to find out how you might be able to boost your oral health? Read our blog post The Fat-Soluble Vitamins Beat Cavities.
Fermentation is a very gentle extraction method that allows us to avoid using heat. For more interesting details visit our Fermentation page.
The fermentation process used to extract the oil is such a gentle method that it shields the natural antioxidants. View the scientific discussion about the natural antioxidants Polyphenols.
Vitamin E in Cod Liver Oil
Learn exactly how natural vitamin E ends up in our Fermented Cod Liver Oil by reading our blog post Did You Know That There is Naturally Occurring Vitamin E in Cod Liver Oil?
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