Rosita Real Foods Extra-Virgin Cod Liver Oil or New! Capsules
Serving size is 1 teaspoon (5 ml); 30 servings per 150 ml bottle or 3 Softgels; 30 servings per 90 count bottle
Recommended by the Weston A Price Foundation, Rosita Real Foods Extra-Virgin Cod Liver Oil is a high-quality raw cod liver oil supplement derived from fresh, sustainable, wild-caught Norwegian cod. An ancient Norse extraction method is utilized to gently, naturally extract the oils from clean, healthy cod livers, without the use of heat or chemical solvents. Extensive laboratory tests verify the purity, nutritional composition, freshness, and a range of other factors that make Rosita Cod Liver Oil one of the very best cod liver oil supplements available. No artificial additives are used; Rosita Real Foods Cod Liver Oil contains only pure, unrefined cod liver oil and trace amounts of rosemary and natural, plant-based vitamin E to preserve freshness.
Nutritional Benefits of Rosita Extra-Virgin Cod Liver Oil:
- EPA and DHA
- Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
Rosita Extra-Virgin Cod Liver Oil:
- Raw artisan cod liver oil
- Sustainably caught wild cod from Norway
- Extracted via an ancient method without heat, freezing, or solvents
- Tested for purity, heavy metals, contamination, rancidity, and nutrient content
- No GMOs
- No artificial ingredients or fillers
- Allergy friendly: no peanuts, tree nuts, gluten, or soy
Rosita Real Foods Extra-Virgin Cod Liver Oil Recommended Use:
Dose: Take 1 teaspoon per day, alone or mixed into foods. Do not mix into foods at temperatures above 98.6ºF.
External Use: Rub into skin to improve skin health. May also be applied directly to wounds to speed healing.
Storage: Store in the refrigerator. Oil may thicken or become cloudy; simply shake before use. Opened bottle should be used within 3 months. Freeze unopened bottles for longer shelf life.
Rosita Real Foods Extra-Virgin Cod Liver Oil Ingredients:
100% Wild & Raw Extra-Virgin Cod (Gadus Morhua) Liver Oil, Rosemary, Natural Vitamin E