Pure Natura - Nutrition
Pure Nutrition is made from Icelandic Wild Roaming Grass fed lamb liver. It contains large amount of B vitamins, which are essential for normal metabolism and energy production and contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. Pure Nutrition is rich of vitamin A, that promotes normal iron metabolism, healthy skin and normal vision. It also contains high level of copper, which gives normal color to your hair and skin and protects your cells against oxidative stress. Pure Nutrition is a superb addition to a normal modern diet, especially for those who might lack nutrients in their diet and for people under physical stress. This product is good for those who are looking for a whole food source of vitamin B complex.
Lambs in Iceland are 100% grass fed, they are never fed any grain or hay. The only feed they get is their mothers milk, grass and herbs, which they choose and pick themselves in the highlands. They have endless space to move around, rest and enjoy the sun, the clear water and the clean air and choose from various sorts of grasses grown in the mineral rich volcanic soil. This results in very robust and healthy individuals. It can undoubtedly be said that there are not many places in the world where it is possible to get livestock products, from animals which are brought up under such good conditions. They can literally be classified as wild game.
To ensure the health of the animals and the purity of the raw material used for our products, there is an active veterinarian control, before, during and after slaughter.
The raw materials are desiccated without excessive heat, powdered, blended and capsuled. That makes it easy to use as a nutritional supplement with normal diet or as an addition to special diets such as raw foods.
According to the website of The George Mateljan Foundation, grass fed lamb contains Omega 3 in high dosages. George Mateljahe the author of the book “The world´s Healthiest Foods” states that lamb meat contains approximately 50% the amount of omega 3 acid found in cod and tuna. Meat from grass-fed lambs also include the healthy fatty acid CLA (conjugated linoleic acid). “Ever-increasing number of studies show increased intake of CLA to be associated with improved immune and inflammatory function, improved bone mass, improved blood sugar regulation, reduced body fat, and better maintenance of lean body mass. Recent studies show that grass-fed lamb contains nearly twice as much CLA as conventionally fed lamb. Interestingly, lambs grazing during the spring and summer months store more CLA than lambs grazing during the fall and winter; higher CLA storage is also found for lambs grazing on highland and mountain pastures.” See: Grass-fed lamb, world healthiest food.
Grass fed icelandic lamb is also an excellent source of vitamin B12, niacin and other B vitamins such as B1, B2, B6, folic acid, biotin, pantothenic acid og choline. It is also a good source for zinc and phosphor.