We all know (I hope) that our bodies absorb Vitamin D from the suns rays. But, what if the clouds obscured the sun for long periods and what about shift workers who rarely see the light of day? What then?
Is it crucial that we need to obtain Vitamin D from another source; a natural substitute at that?
To answer my questions I went fishing, online that is, and outsourced the best cod liver oil (to the best of my knowledge) which can easily be absorbed in the intestinal tract and then conveyed through the blood with carrier proteins.
Fermented Blue Ice Cod Liver Oil in its entirety is ‘green’ (raw) and abundant with enzymes and nutrients. The cod liver oil is stored in dark glass bottles to prevent it from being exposed to light.
Unlike any other cod liver oil or fish oils on the market, it is full of naturally occurring fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamins A and D.
“Green Pastures” Fermented Blue Ice Cod Liver Oil has been made via lacto-fermentation; this means it has not been heat-treated in the process. It is often tested for heavy metals and mercury to make certain it is pure and free of these contaminants.
Being an Aussie, I needed to find a supplier ‘down under’ who stocks Fermented Blue Ice Cod Liver Oil by “Green Pastures”. I stumbled upon codliveroil.net.au and David Liow who is the innovator of this site.
I wanted to try first hand this exceptional cod liver oil of “Green Pastures”, so I contacted Dave and he was only too happy to accommodate my request.
I’d found the pricing of the Fermented Blue Ice Cod Liver Oil quite reasonable and so I ordered a bottle of the unflavoured.
I know everybody’s taste buds differ, but I found it had a mild fish taste and didn’t repeat on me as other fish oils have.
Where to Purchase
Dave Liow, of codliveroil.net.au, is offering Erin’s Eco List Australian readers a 10% discount when they place an order at his store (minus shipping fees). Use ERINECO at his checkout to receive the 10% discount off any order.
Amazon (U.S): Green Pastures Fermented Cod Liver Oil sold as unflavored or in natural flavor from the oils of orange, lemon and clove.
Amazon (U.K.): Advertise Blue Ice Royal Fermented Cod Liver Oil made by Green Pastures.
Where Do “Green Pastures” Source Their Fish?
Cod and Skate, used in their Fermented Blue Ice Cod Liver Oil and Skate Liver Oil, are caught wild in and around the Arctic region.
Based on the Sunshine Coast with his wife and two young daughters, Dave Liow is an exercise physiologist and a member of The Western A. Price Foundation. He has been helping people to get back on track for the past 20 years.
Should you have any questions about “Green Pastures” Fermented Blue Ice Cod Liver Oil, you are welcome to read the FAQ’s section on Dave Liow’s site.
Any further questions not answered, then Dave will be more than happy to answer them for you.
Wikipedia: “Blue Ice” (Glacial)