Eating LIVER (7 Myths BUSTED) 2020

Liver in the diet has received more bad press than just about any other food. Are all the things you’ve heard about eating liver true? Is it full of toxins? Too much Vitamin A? Will cause a heart attack or gout? The Myths about eating liver are everywhere and repeated by everyone.

This video will help you understand the truth about eating Liver and all of the myths around it. Eating the most ancestral appropriate, nutrient-dense foods you can is the way to optimal human health. If you don’t like liver yet, take the supplement linked below until you learn to like liver.

Liver Supplement:
Liver Mousse Video:

Salt for your Liver:
Cod Liver:

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Liver in Pregnancy:
Superfood Liver:
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