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Product Nutritional Info

Bison Liver

*Estimated nutritional info based on 1 oz of bison liver*


  • Calories: 12
  • Protien: 2.5g
  • Total Fat: 0.8g
  • Carbs: 0g


  • Vitamin A: 5,150 IU
  • Vitamin C: 0.5 mg
  • Vitamin D: 5.0 IU
  • Vitamin E: 0.4 mg
  • Vitamin K2: 1.3 mg
  • Vitamin B6: 0.8 mg
  • Vitamin B12: 16mcg
  • Retinol: 1,683 mcg
  • Folate: 88.1 mcg
  • Choline: 146 mg
  • Alpha Carotene: 3.5 mcg
  • Beta Carotene: 72 mcg
  • Beta Crytoxanthin: 3.8 mcg
  • Riboflavin: 1.0 mg
  • Niacin: 4.1mg
  • Pantothenic Acid: 2.4 mg


  • Phosphorus: 110 mg
  • Potasium: 99 mg
  • Sodium: 18.8 mg
  • Selenium: 14 mcg
  • Magnesium: 5.6 mg
  • Copper: 3.0 mg
  • Iron: 2.6 mg
  • Calcium: 1.9 mg
  • Manganese: 0.2 mg

Bison Heart

*Estimated nutritional info based on 1 oz of bison heart*


  • Calories: 30
  • Protien: 6.0g
  • Total Fat: 1.0g
  • Carbs: 0g


  • Vitamin A: 0.1 mg
  • Vitamin C: 0.8 mg
  • Vitamin D: 0 mcg
  • Vitamin E: 0.4 mg
  • Vitamin K: --
  • Vitamin B6: 0.3 mg
  • Vitamin B12: 2.8 mcg
  • Retinol: --
  • Folate: 1.0 mcg
  • Choline: --
  • Alpha Carotene: --
  • Beta Carotene: --
  • Beta Crytoxanthin: --
  • Riboflavin: 0.5 mg
  • Niacin: 2.4 mg
  • Pantothenic Acid: 0.7 mg


  • Phosphorus: 59.5 mg
  • Potasium: 83.7 mg
  • Sodium: 24.4 mg
  • Selenium: 6.9 mcg
  • Magnesium: --
  • Copper: 0.1 mg
  • Iron: 1.9 mg
  • Calcium: 2.4 mg
  • Manganese: --

Bison Kidney

*Estimated nutritional info based on 1 oz of bison kidney*


  • Calories: 25
  • Protien: 5.8g
  • Total Fat: 0.7g
  • Carbs: 0g


  • Vitamin A: 405 IU
  • Vitamin C: 2.9 mg
  • Vitamin D: 9.5 IU
  • Vitamin E: 0.2 mg
  • Vitamin K2: 1.8 mg
  • Vitamin B6: 0.3 mg
  • Vitamin B12: 8.2 mcg
  • Retinol: 118 mcg
  • Folate: 29 mcg
  • Choline: --
  • Alpha Carotene: --
  • Beta Carotene: --
  • Beta Crytoxanthin: --
  • Riboflavin: 1.1mg
  • Niacin: 2.7 mg
  • Pantothenic Acid: 1.4 mg


  • Phosphorus: 77 .0 mg
  • Potasium: 78.4 mg
  • Sodium: 41.0 mg
  • Selenium: 47.0 mcg
  • Magnesium: 5.1 mg
  • Copper: 0.1 mg
  • Iron: 1.5 mg
  • Calcium: 3.8 mg
  • Manganese: --

Nutritional Info

Nutritional info is estimated based on 1 ounce of raw bison organs. A suggested daily serving of 6 capsules (500mg per capsule) is equivalent to approximately 1 ounce of organs.

*Our products are 100% organic and animal based including bovine gelatin capsules*


Heart: Bison heart is an ancestral multivitamin. Nutrient stacked with B- vitamins, selenium, zinc, heme iron, and some beneficial electrolytes. It also contains minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, and sodium. The heart is one of the richest natural sources of Coenzyme Q10, this coenzyme and antioxidant is produced naturally by the body but decreases as we age. Conditions such as cancer, diabetes, and neurodegenerative disorders have all been associate with low CoQ10. The heart is stated by some as boosting cognitive function because both B vitamins and CoQ10 support brain health, boost immunity, and improve energy due to the CoQ10’s ability to generate energy in the cells. Heart is consumed to improve and support circulatory and/or cardiovascular problems due to the B vitamins cardioprotective effects. Eating heart improves one’s own heart due to the nutrient stack inside of it.

Liver: Another powerhouse of nutrition is the liver. Especially coming from the strength of a grass-fed bison. All the blood leaving the stomach and intestines passes through the liver. The liver filters (cleans) the blood, removing toxins and waste that eventually leaves the body through urine and feces. A high functioning liver is key to overall health of the body.

The liver is stated as being the highest form of nutrient dense food there is. Heme Iron is found in liver. Non-heme iron, which accounts for the majority of the iron in plants, is less well absorbed. More than 95% of functional iron in the human body is in the form of heme. Heme should be considered an essential nutrient for humans. Vitamin D is essential to the absorption of Iron in the body. Iron deficiency can indicate low Vitamin D. Liver is rich in Vitamin D. High in rare forms of vitamin K2, people who have liver disease, cirrhosis and small intestine malabsorption (Crohn’s disease, IBS, colitis) may develop vitamin K deficiency because the body stores very little. Vitamin B12, copper, riboflavin and tremendous amounts of Vitamin A which is important for vision, immune system, reproduction, and growth and development.
With all these nutrient properties, ingesting liver will help with energy levels, hair/nail/skin growth, joints/tendons/ligaments/ connective tissue, faster collagen production with wound healing, endocrine function and immune regulation.
For women, it can help with their menstrual cycles. Less cramping, better mood regulation and emotional states, as well as faster recovery after period due to deficiencies presented from loss during menstrual cycle, the beneficial Heme Iron and nutrient profile.

Kidney: The kidneys’ main job is to remove waste and extra fluid from your body. Your kidneys will also remove acid that is produced by the cells of your body. Important in today’s world, our kidneys keep a balance of water, salts, and minerals (electrolytes) in your blood. Ingesting kidney is said to help our kidneys, which means it will improve of lymphatic system, detoxification, and stimulation of our immune system.

Oxidative stress is an imbalance between the generation of free radicals and the antioxidant system, which causes damage to biomolecules. This, in turn, may lead the body to the occurrence of many chronic degenerative diseases. Therefore, it is very important to know the functioning of those endogenous (and exogenous) antioxidants systems to prevent such diseases. Ingesting kidney and the nutrient profile produces the endogenous antioxidants to help this system.
Kidney contains vitamins such as zinc, folate, iron, copper, phosphorus, selenium, manganese and B vitamins, similar to heart. Kidney contains Vitamin K2, which helps to distribute calcium throughout the body. A lot of people are low in electrolytes due to the use of low nutrient water (RO or distilled) and mineral-depleted growing soil. Kidney is rich in minerals and electrolytes: potassium (regulation of blood pressure), magnesium (relaxation, muscle health), calcium (bone health) and sodium (nerve impulses and contraction and relaxation of muscles).
Diamine oxidase (DAO) is an important digestive enzyme in your body. DAO is used as a supplement to help with histamine intolerance, which can cause migraines and headaches, gut issues, and skin conditions. Kidney is full of DAO and has cofactors such as copper, magnesium and Vitamin B6 that are also provided and needed in order for DAO to do its job in the body. Magnesium deficiency may result in decreased DAO activity and excess histamine levels.
As part of the lower urinary tract, prostate problems are common in men. The prostate is a small gland found only in men. It surrounds the tube that carries urine out of the body (urethra). About 50% of men between the ages of 51 and 60 have Benign Prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate), and that number jumps to 70% among men aged 60 to 69 and around 80% of men over 70 years of age. Healthy kidneys filter about a half cup of blood every minute, removing waste and extra water to make urine. With the benefits of ingesting kidney this has the possibility of helping kidney function along with lifestyle changes in men.

Anti-inflammatory and histamine properties, contains rare peptides, the most B12 in the animal kingdom, critical for cellular energy production & supports kidney health.

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