Grass-Fed Bovine Trachea with liver

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  • Organ extracts
  • New Zealand pasture cattle
  • Compatible with the body
  • Freeze-dried raw
  • Rich in type II collagen
  • Cartilage building blocks
  • No hormones or pesticides
  • 180 capsules
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AH-05
EUR 57.95
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Grass-Fed Bovine Trachea with Liver by Ancestral Supplements

An essential component of the diets of Native Americans and other traditional peoples was animal organs. The organs of healthy animals were consumed because of the high concentration of nutrients they contain. Many native peoples believed it would support the vitality of their own organs if they eat organ meats. The cartilage of bovine trachea is rich in connective tissue, collagen type II and specific proteins, among other compounds. A capsule contains 250 mg of beef trachea cartilage which is fortified by 250 mg of beef liver for extra nutritional support.

Natural ingredients of bovine trachea:

  • Proteins exclusive to cartilage of bovine trachea
  • Molecular bio-regulators including immune regulators, connective tissue and collagen type II
  • Specific cartilage building blocks: glycosaminoglycans, chondroitin sulfate and proteoglycans
  • Vitamin A and B12, folate and choline from beef liver

Benefits:

  • Contains exclusively New Zealand pasture cattle
  • With proteins, molecular bio-regulators, immunoregulators, connective tissue and collagen type II
  • Contains cartilage-specific building blocks including glycosaminoglycans, chondroitin sulfate and proteoglycans
  • Rich in vitamins A, B vitamins, iron, choline and beef liver folate
  • Vitamin A, B12 and folate support the immune system
  • Choline supports the cleansing functions of the liver
  • Lyophilized (freeze-dried) raw to preserve vitamins, minerals and cofactors
  • Contains no pesticides, hormones or fillers; GMO-free

The power of bovine trachea with liver

Grass-fed Trachea with liver by Ancestral Supplements is a natural dietary supplement consisting of bovine trachea cartilage supplemented with bovine liver. The cartilage of various animals is an integral part of the diet of traditional peoples. It provides concentrated amounts of connective tissue, type II collagen, immunoregulators, molecular bio-directors and organ-specific proteins. In addition, it is rich in specific building materials, including glycosaminoglycans, proteoglycans and chondroitin sulfate. Beef liver is a nice addition in this supplement, as it, too, is extremely rich in nutrients. Vitamin B12, vitamin A, iron, choline and folate are present in large concentrations in bovine liver and these nutrients, together with the connective tissue and collagen from bovine trachea, form a powerful combination. For example, vitamins A, B12 and folate (B11) are known to support the immune system while choline supports the liver’s cleansing functions.

How do organ supplements work?

Organ meats are an important source of specific proteins, micronutrients such as vitamins and minerals and essential fatty acids. When your body takes in these specific proteins, not all of them are broken down into amino acids: the building blocks that your body needs for different types of tissues in your body. A significant percentage of these proteins from organs and glands reach the bloodstream intact. The nutrients from animal organs not only support general health. Specific nutritional components in the organ meat also fit exactly with the cells in the same organ in our body that is susceptible to it, like puzzle pieces in a puzzle. It appears that organ meat nutrients are recognized by the body as organ-specific nutrients and that they are transported through the body to the corresponding organ in our body.

Eating head to tail

Animal organs have been eaten in all traditional civilizations, from Native Americans to ancient Chinese, for millennia. In fact, traditional peoples had the knowledge that eating healthy animal organs has a nurturing effect on the same organs in the human body. Today, we have largely forgotten the head-to-tail principle of eating, and some even shy away from consuming animal organs. Fortunately, there has recently been a revival of this ancestral way of life and of evolutionary diets: organ therapy is back. After all, it is part of an ethical, sustainable and healthy lifestyle to use animals in their entirety for consumption. Organ meats contain high concentrations of nutrients, including vitamins A, B12, D, E, K and folate, and are an excellent source of iron and protein. In addition, organs also contain nutrients that our corresponding human organs have a need for. Organ meat is therefore the ideal food for all who want to live healthily, sustainably and with due respect for animals and the environment.

According to the principles of Weston Price

Canadian dentist Weston Price (1870-1948) studied the dietary habits in traditional cultures around the world. He discovered that the original inhabitants of Canada attached great importance to consuming meat from animal organs; especially bone marrow was loved. Organs were a staple in the daily diet of our early ancestors, and for good reason: intake of fat-soluble vitamins and many of the essential minerals was accomplished through eating animal organs.

Organ meat of the highest quality

Ancestral Supplements’ carefully formulated products are made from grass-fed New Zealand cattle and sheep. We work with great attention to the welfare of people, animals and environment alike and the quality of life of all animals is constantly monitored. The ingredients are freeze-dried in raw state to preserve as many vitamins, minerals and cofactors as possible. This way the quality of the meat can be guaranteed. With Ancestral Supplements’ products, consuming animal organs and taking advantage of the health benefits they offer become accessible to everyone!

About Ancestral Supplements

Ancestral Supplements is a young and dynamic company operating out of Texas. The company offers a wide range of organ supplements, such as beef liver capsules, beef brain supplements and a mix of assorted bovine organs. Ancestral Supplements' mission is to "bring back what the modern world has deleted into our lives," or in their own words, "Putting back in, what the modern world has left out." Ancestral Supplements' philosophy is rooted in the lifestyle of our ancestors: the company aims to redeploy ancient (dietary) customs in our modern world. Eating animal organs – indeed, eating animals from head to tail – is an important pillar. The core idea is that eating healthy animal organs has unique benefits for our body, particularly for the corresponding organs in the human body.

More Information
Product Name
Grass-Fed Bovine Trachea with liver
Brand
Ancestral Supplements
Content
180 capsules
User Instructions

Six capsules daily or as directed by a healthcare professional.

Ingredients per Serving
  Amount per capsule % DV
Freeze-Dried New Zealand Grass-fed Tracheal (bovine) 250 mg **
Glycosaminoglycans    
Proteoglycans    
Chondroitin Sulfates    
Type II Collagen     
Freeze-Dried New Zealand Grass-fed Liver (bovine) 250 mg **

** % Recommended Daily Allowance not established.

EU Norm
*RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance
Other Ingredients

Bovine gelatin (capsule).

Allergens
None
Instructions
Storage: see label. Keep out of the reach of children. Consult an expert before use in case of pregnancy, breastfeeding, illness or medication.
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