I know the whole idea of eating healthy is to eat real whole foods and not supplements for maximum health benefits, but I know there are many of us that don't like the taste of liver.
Most of the supplements I see of this type come from cows raised in Argentina. Does anyone think this type of supplement is worth taking?
Or am I better off eating braunschweiger/liverwurst with nitrates instead of the liver capsules?
I asked the provider I am currently working with about taking the powdered beef liver instead of fresh and he said "Powdered liver lacks vitamin K and other unstable oily vitamins".
Sorry that I can't back that up. I can't stand the taste of liver, no matter the cooking method.
Considering how much liver you'd need to get much nutritional value, how many pills per day would you really need to take to get equivalent quantities? (Thinking of my own experiences with fish oil caps vs bottled fish oil, in particular)