Paleovalley Grass-Fed Organ Complex

Paleovalley Grass-Fed Organ Complex



Organ meat is a nutritional superfood, but it can be hard to stomach. Paleovalley’s Grass-Fed Organ Complex makes it easy to load up on rich nutrients like B-complex vitamins, including B12, thiamin, and B6.


We love organ meat, but not everyone loves the taste. Fortunately, Paleovalley has made it easy and palatable to fill up on some of the most nutrient-dense meat in the world.

Paleovalley gently freeze-dries grass-fed beef liver, heart, and kidneys, while many competing products process the organ meat at high temperatures, destroying the nutrients. The result is a daily influx of energy-boosting nutrients like vitamin B12, selenium, vitamin A, and more.

Worried about the taste? These capsules are virtually flavorless, which makes them way more appealing than cooking up beef liver, heart, and kidneys on the daily.

These capsules are densely nutritious for us, but we also love that they come from happy, healthy cows who have grazed on their natural diet of greenery all their lives.


100% Grass-Fed Beef Liver
100% Grass-Fed Beef Heart
100% Grass-Fed Beef Kidneys


Take four capsules in the morning with water, daily. The morning is ideal, because the influx of nutrients (especially the wide spectrum of B vitamins) boosts your energy throughout the day.


There aren’t many drawbacks to consuming organ meat, though people with certain health conditions should moderate their intake to avoid excessive levels of certain vitamins. This includes people with gout and pregnant women.


When it comes to essential nutrients like B-complex vitamins, selenium, vitamin A, and collagen, grass-fed beef organs are the richest source in the world. They even beat out widely touted superfoods like turmeric and spirulina.

Grass-fed beef liver is the richest source of vitamin B12 on the planet. This vitamin is essential for red blood cell formation, neurological function, and DNA synthesis, but it can only be found in animal products. Grass-fed liver is also rich in vitamin A, or beta-carotene, a potent antioxidant.

There’s more to organ meat than these two vitamins, though. Grass-fed kidney meat provides selenium, which is essential for healthy reproduction, thyroid hormone production, DNA synthesis, and protection from oxidative damage. Meanwhile, grass-fed heart provides a healthy dose of collagen, perfect for maintaining healthy skin, nails, and bones.

With Paleovalley, you know your organ meat comes from the happiest, healthiest cows out there. These cows are grass-fed and grass-finished, meaning the cow only consumed its natural diet of greenery for all of its life. They’re also treated humanely, with animal handling processes developed by animal welfare expert Dr. Temple Grandin.

By consuming organ meat, you’re also taking a big step toward sustainability and honoring the animal’s sacrifice by consuming as much of the cow as possible.


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