4 Reasons To Eat Your Heart Out! The Benefits of Consuming Organ Meats

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Hey gang,

We’ve finally made it through January. What a month! Say hello to February which is all about the heart. Not in the sappy, Hallmark way. More so about heart health as it relates to optimal function!

This means we’ll be discussing the importance of incorporating organ meats, like heart, into your diet!

Our ancestors have been incorporating organ meats into their diet for thousands of years. They didn’t merely consume muscle meat. Instead, they ate animals nose-to-tail and it is no coincidence that the most prized parts of the animal, the organs, are also the most nutritionally dense.

If you’re not quite ready to eat organs, you can always supplement them! Below are our favorite brands of organ supplements:

Ancestral Supplements were one of the first products on the market.
They sell direct on Amazon and offer a quality, pasture raised, grass-fed and finished product.
Dr. B has been taking their liver and kidney supplement for years!
Heart & Soil supplements is a rather new company started by Dr. Paul Saladino MD, better known as Carnivore MD.
This company also offers a quality, pasture raised, grass-fed and finished product with no flow agents or fillers. Heart & Soil offers several unique organ supplement combinations targeting gut health, immune health, weight loss, and bone health.
If you’d like to learn more, Dr. Saladino has a phenomenal podcast about eating an ancestral diet to regain health!

Happy Valentine’s Day (and Galentine’s Day)! This year, instead of buying chocolates for the one you love, help them nourish their body with organ supplements!

*This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, and does not constitute medical or other professional advice.

Dr. Stephanie Barbakoff DC, DACNB

Dr. Stephanie Barbakoff DC, DACNB

Originally from New York, specializes in women’s health as it relates to post-concussion syndrome, hormones, fatigue, dizziness, and chronic migraines.

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