Cod Liver Oil

This is how we should all have our babies...

This is how we should all have our babies...

Reversing the Trend: A Mother-Daughter Comparison Posted on August 16, 2016 by Judith Mudrak - shares the joy of a healthy grandchild           My upbringing in Switzerland came during the transition from traditional to modern foods. We lived about fifteen minutes outside the city of Bern. Mom gave us one tablespoon of yellow-colored cod liver oil from a quart-sized brown bottle every morning during the cold months. Until I was about thirteen years old, the milk man delivered raw milk daily, but everyone was told to boil their milk. Unfortunately, my mother used margarine for spread on...

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Everything About Cod Liver Oil that Weston A Price said

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The Unfair Stigmatization of Vitamin A

The Unfair Stigmatization of Vitamin A

The Unfair Stigmatization of Vitamin A by Pam Schoenfield 8/11/2016 The Unfair Stigma If you take a prenatal vitamin, look on the label to see whether it contains vitamin A (some brands actually don’t contain any vitamin A), it will probably indicate “from beta-carotene or mixed carotenoids.” When you see this, think carrots, sweet potatoes or papaya, all excellent sources of the pro-vitamin A precursor beta-carotene. You may recall hearing “eat your carrots—they are good for your eyes.” Indeed, for many people, eating orange fruits and vegetables supplies beta-carotene, which can be converted to retinal for the light-absorbing pigments in the...

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The Synthesis of Vitamin D in the Skin and the Vitamin D Winter

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  Written by Chris Masterjohn    Updated 15 December 2011 When sunlight of the ultraviolet-B (UVB) wavelength strikes the skin, it is absorbed by 7-dehydrocholesterol, a steroid and precursor to cholesterol, splitting open one of its carbon rings and thus converting it into the secosteroid previtamin D3. While 7-dehydrocholesterol is tucked tightly within the lipids of skin cell membranes, previtamin D3 is an unstable compound that over a brief period of time converts into vitamin D3, causing it to be released from the cell membrane.12 Vitamin D3 then travels into the blood where it binds to vitamin D-binding protein (DBP).16 Eventually, it is delivered...

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Cod Liver Oil - What is Cod Liver Oil? - The #1 Superfood

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Cod Liver Oil: The Number One Superfood Health Topics - Cod Liver Oil by Krispin Sullivan Cod liver oil is very good for you, more than you ever knew. Doctor Price was right, as usual. Research studies ranging from 1918-2001 give cod liver oil an A+ rating. This marvelous golden oil contains large amounts of elongated omega-3 fatty acids, preformed vitamin A and the sunlight vitamin D, essential nutrients that are hard to obtain in sufficient amounts in the modern diet. Samples may also naturally contain small amounts of the important bone- and blood-maintainer vitamin K. There is hardly a disease in the...

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