Why Grass-Fed Beef Liver?
Beef Organs You Can Trust

Have you thought about how you might be missing key nutrients by neglecting to eat grass-fed beef liver?

Over the past few years people have been favoring muscle meats (such as steaks and roasts) over nutrient dense organ meats. This means fewer and fewer know the health benefits of grass-fed beef liver, which is a shame. Apprehension to adding organ meat to your diet results in your family missing out on true superfoods with key vitamins and minerals.

Beef Liver truly nature’s “multivitamin”, packed with A and B12 vitamins, Copper, Folate, Riboflavin, Niacin, and Iron, amongst other hearty nutrients.

A Great Protein Source

We don't need to waste time telling you the importance of protein. It has major benefits for everything from blood pressure to metabolism to muscle mass. While traditional protein sources like fish and meats can be expensive, beef liver provides an affordable and protein-rich alternative.

While traditional protein sources like fish and meats can be expensive, beef liver provides an affordable and protein-rich alternative. A mere 3-ounce serving of beef liver delivers an average of 17 grams of protein. [1]

Rich In Nutrients And Vitamins

Beyond protein, grass-fed beef liver is a powerhouse of nutrients and vitamins. Notably, it is an excellent source of Vitamins A and B12. [2]

  • Vitamin A: Essential for immune system and reproductive health, Vitamin A also contributes to vision, skin, and the proper functioning of vital organs like the heart and kidneys.
  • Vitamin B12: Facilitates the formation of red blood cells and is believed to support brain function, skin health, and bone maintenance.

Additionally, beef liver provides an array of other essential nutrients, including Vitamin B9 for cell growth, iron for oxygen circulation, and copper for energy production and optimal brain function. [3]

The nutritional value of liver raised right is simply unparalleled.

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Sources

[1] Cleveland Clinic. Is Beef Liver Good for You? 2023 July.

[2] Sheikh Z, MD. Is Eating Liver Good for You? Benefits and Risks. WebMD. 2023 September.

[3] Hodgson L, RDN, CDN, CDCES, FADCES. What to know about beef liver. Medical News Today. 2021 May.