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Why You Should Eat Liver: Unveiling the Superfood of the Ages

Updated: Apr 16


cooked liver with rosemary and sauce on the side
Liver, the superfood of the ages

Today we're diving deep into a topic that might make some of you squirm, but stick with me because it's worth it. We're talking about liver—yes, that organ meat that has been a staple in traditional diets but often gets a bad rap in modern cuisine. Before you click away, let me share with you why liver is not just food but a superfood that has stood the test of time. The liver, from beef to chicken and beyond, is packed with nutrients that are hard to find in such density elsewhere. It's a powerhouse of vitamins like A, D, E, and K, and rich in minerals such as selenium, iron, and zinc. This isn't just another health fad; it's a historical superfood that our ancestors thrived on. And while the taste might be an acquired one, the health benefits are undeniable. At Ferguson Farms, we understand the importance of quality. That's why we recommend sourcing liver from animals that are grass-fed, grass-finished, and raised regeneratively. This ensures you're getting the best quality without worrying about how the animal was processed. Stay tuned as we explore the myths, the facts, and the delicious ways to incorporate liver into your diet. Whether you're a liver lover or a skeptic, we've got something for you. And remember, if you're not ready to dive into eating liver directly, high-quality supplements are a great start. So, let's embark on this journey together and rediscover the incredible benefits of liver—the superfood of the ages. 

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