Dr. Kiltz’s Grass-fed Organ Supplement Review

Dr Kiltz Grass-fed organ supplement range - a review

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If you eat fresh good quality animal-based food and eat nose-to-tail, you really don’t need any supplement on the carnivore diet. Nothing beats fresh real food.

However, if you are unable to eat nose-to-tail for whatever reason and are trying to heal from some chronic health conditions, it is a good idea to take good-quality organ supplements to help accelerate the healing process.

Organ supplement is just dried organ meat which is the most nutrient-dense food that you can eat. It is truly nature’s superfood and the best source of highly bioavailable vitamins and minerals.

The ICMNI, a center in Hungary that has been using a high-fat animal-based diet to treat many chronic health conditions successfully, recommends their patients incorporate organ meat (offal) into their diet on a regular basis.

If you can’t eat organ meat, organ supplements which are also real food are the best alternatives.

They are also convenient to take along when you are traveling and don’t have access to fresh organ meat.

They can also be used as a nutrition boost when you feel a little sluggish too.

At All Things Carnivore, we only promote a few products that we believe are of high quality and provide value to our readers and Dr. Kiltz’s grass-fed beef organ supplement range is one of those.

Dr. Kiltz’s organ supplement range is made from 100% grass-fed beef organs sourced from cattle that spent their entire lives in the open pristine New Zealand pastures.

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Dr Kiltz Grass-fed Organ Supplements

Dr. Kiltz’s Grass-fed Organ Supplements

While these organ supplements are called “supplements” because of the way they are made, Dr. Kiltz’s organ supplements are actually real food and totally different from the synthetic multivitamin and mineral supplements that you normally find on the market.

All of Dr. Kiltz’s beef organ supplements originate from New Zealand cattle that are raised in the most friendly cattle culture in the world.

They are born and raised on open pastures for their entire lives.

They breathe the purest air in the world.

With plenty of rainfall and a favorable climate, they can graze on lush and nutritious grass and are free to roam happily all year round.

No doubt, the meat from these cattle is amongst the best quality beef you can ever get.

Grass-fed beef has been found to have a more favorable fatty acid profile and antioxidant content than grain-fed beef.

In particular, compared to grain-fed beef, grass-fed beef has more vitamins A, C, and E, is generally lower in monounsaturated fats, has more omega-3 fatty acids, has a more favorable omega-3 to omega-6 ratio, and has more conjugated linoleic acid. [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]

In addition to being grass-fed and pasture-raised, organs used in Dr. Kiltz’s products are also free from growth hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, and GMO-free.

Dr. Kiltz’s 100% grass-fed pasture-raised organ supplements are made from freeze-dried organs to ensure all of the bio-active, heat-sensitive vitamins, minerals, co-factors, and other nutrients remain intact and ready for absorption.

There are absolutely nothing artificial or additives in Dr. Kiltz’s product range. No preservatives, fillers, or flow agents, just freeze-dried organ meat and bovine gelatin.

At the time of writing, there are two organ supplements available for purchase:

  • Grass-fed beef liver, and
  • Grass-fed organ meat.

We will look at their nutritional contents below.

Dr Kiltz Grass-fed Organ Supplements

Grass-Fed Beef Liver

Dr. Kiltz’s grass-fed beef liver is made from grass-fed freeze-dried beef liver and bovine gelatin. Each capsule contains 3,000 mg of freeze-dried beef liver which equals approximately 9,000 mg of fresh liver.

If you want the most nutrient-dense organ supplement, this is what you should get.

Liver is the superhero of the carnivore diet and a genuine superfood.

Liver is loaded with so many essential nutrients. It is especially rich in vitamins A and B12 and high in riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), B6, and folate. Liver is also a good source of copper, selenium, phosphorous, zinc, and iron. [11]

In a very old but interesting study, Ershoff (1951) found that rats whose food was supplemented with 10% whole liver powder were able to swim in 20°C water for a significantly longer period of time than rats fed a basic diet or a basic diet with supplements. [12]

The rats which were given a basic diet swam for 13.3 minutes before giving up.

The rats which were given a basic diet fortified with 11 vitamins managed to swim for 13.4 minutes.

However, incredibly, 9 out of 12 rats that received liver powder swam for over 120 minutes and the other 3 rats swam for 63 to 87 minutes.

There is clearly something magical and super powerful about liver and natural whole food that is impossible for synthetic vitamin supplements to emulate.

Dr Kiltz Grass-fed Organ Supplements

While the suggested use is 6 capsules per day, if you take these supplements regularly, I personally think you don’t need to consume them as much unless you want a nutrition boost at the initial stage of your carnivore diet to accelerate healing.

As mentioned above, one capsule equals about 9,000 mg of fresh liver and six capsules would equal 36,000 mg of fresh liver which is quite a lot.

Grass-fed Organ Meat

Dr. Kiltz’s grass-fed organ meat is made from grass-fed freeze-dried beef liver, kidney, brain, heart, spleen, and pancreas in equal proportion.

Liver is super nutrient-dense, as mentioned above.

Other organs are also great sources of nutrients. For example, beef heart is a great source of CoQ10, a powerful antioxidant. Kidneys are a great source of thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, B12, iron, phosphorus, copper, and selenium. Brains are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin C. [13, 14]

If you want a variety of organ meat that you normally don’t have access to, this product is for you.

As mentioned above, at All Things Carnivore, we strongly believe that the best and also cheapest way to reach optimal health is to eat fresh high-quality animal-based food and eat nose-to-tail.

However, if you are unable to eat nose-to-tail for whatever reason, taking good-quality organ supplements which are real food can help.

If you think you need good-quality organ supplements, please consider trying out Dr. Kiltz’s products.

If you make purchases using the links on our website, you will get 10% OFF using the discount code “SOPHIALE“ at check out and we will earn a small commission which will help us maintain the site and continue producing free and high-quality content for our readers, thank you!

Dr Kiltz Grass-fed Organ Supplements

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Sophia Le, PhD

I'm Sophia Le. A few years ago, I came across the carnivore diet by accident. I was intrigued and tried to find out as much as I can about this way of eating. On this site, I write about what I know so people who are interested can learn about it and make decisions that are best for their health.

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