anaemia

Anaemia

The World Health Organization states that a staggering 2 billion people, over 30% of the world’s population are anaemic.

Despite the great advances in food and hygiene this huge percentage of the world’s population still suffers. You may or may not be one of these.

Symptoms of anaemia vary but they can include:

  • Loss of energy / fatigue.
  • Unusually rapid heartbeat, (particularly with exercise).
  • Shortness of breath and headache, (particularly with exercise).
  • Dizziness and difficulty in concentrating.
  • Leg cramps.
  • Insomnia
  • Pale skin.

One of the best natural sources of iron, liver, happens to also be one of the most abundant sources of vitamin B-12. This is especially important to those suffering from pernicious anaemia (This is essentially a vitamin B-12 deficiency).

These two vital nutrients are vitally important in keeping your iron levels in balance. This makes liver such a power packed food.

It’s hard to think of a food that would do the job better. Unfortunately, today the practice of eating liver on a regular basis has fallen out of fashion. One thing that puts so many people off eating liver is the taste. An ideal way around this is to take desiccated liver.

Click here to see our article on Liver – The original Superfood.

This naturally detoxifying Desiccated Liver is of very high quality. It is available in a capsule which contains 667mg per capsule and also available in a fine powder.A popular choice for men and women who need to look and feel their best.


Pure Desiccated Liver is recommended is particular for male athletes wishing to take advantage of the benefits of a high liver intake. As well as a rich source of protein, Iron, and B vitamins, Desiccated Liver is also one of the most potent sources of nucleic acids (RNA & DNA), the real agents of cell regeneration and energy transmission.