Bison Liver: Nature's Nutrient Powerhouse for Intermittent Fasting

Bison Liver: Nature's Nutrient Powerhouse for Intermittent Fasting

Elevate your intermittent fasting journey by adding liver to your diet. Your body will thank you for the extra nutrients, and you’ll notice the difference in your energy levels, metabolism, and overall health.

As an excellent source of protein, rich in B vitamins, and other nutrients, holds the key to your well-being and health when embarking on an intermittent fasting (IF) diet. Start reaping the benefits of this superfood today!

Intermittent fasting has gained popularity and with good reason. Eating your meals in a specific window of time can help your body heal, detoxify, and help balance hormones.

From achieving weight loss goals to improved insulin sensitivity, brain health, cellular repair and more, IF continues to attract those who are looking for a simple and effective way to improve their health.

Your diet may lack some vital nutrients when embarking on a time-restricted eating plan.

Due to its high nutrient content, the liver is often called a "superfood.”

Supplementing with the highest quality superfood, our Bison liver, can help offset nutritional deficiencies. One of the most nutritious superfoods on the planet is liver.

Native Americans have enjoyed the benefits of this superfood for thousands of years. Our Origin Series of Bison organs, including liver, are grass-fed and finished, free of hormones and GMOs, are naturally gluten-free, and are never vaccinated. Improve your vitality, beauty, and mental well-being with this potent superfood.

Bison liver provides a natural source of collagen peptides and can help promote joint health and hormonal balance. These freeze-dried, power-packed capsules give your body what it needs when following an intermittent fasting routine.

What makes our Bison Liver so special is the way our Bison are raised and fed. They can enjoy the pure, unpolluted air and fields where they graze in Canada. This ancestral superfood has long been prized for the abundant energy and overall health it provides.

Experience the difference!

Some of the benefits of Bison Series liver are:

  • High iron content which assists red blood cells in carrying oxygen to cells throughout the body.
  • Supports collagen production. Emerging research suggests that collagen may also have potential benefits for mental health.
  • Supports cognitive function and overall brain health.
  • Red blood cell formation and maintenance
  • Rich in vitamins and minerals that work together to enhance immune function, balance hormones, and contribute to quality sleep.
  • One of the most bioavailable forms of B vitamins is found in liver. B vitamins play a crucial role in energy metabolism and neurological development.
  • Active form of vitamin A for immune function, skin and reproductive health, and collagen production.
  • Vitamin D: important for bone health, immune function, and overall health.
  • Vitamin K: is essential for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Iron: crucial for oxygen transport in the blood. Efficient oxygen transport is essential for the function of almost all cells in the body.
  • Zinc: supports immune function and wound healing,
  • Phosphorus: necessary for bone health
  • Selenium: acts as an antioxidant and helps with the conversion of inactive thyroid hormone to the active hormone. Optimum thyroid levels are necessary to maintain overall health, from immune system function to metabolism regulation and mental health benefits.
  • Copper: plays a role in the formation of red blood cells and collagen synthesis.
  • Choline: an excellent source of choline, a nutrient important for brain health, liver function, and metabolism. (1,2)

However, along with the abundance of benefits, there can be some dangers and unwanted side effects related to IF.

Some of these include:

  • Nutrient deficiency. If not done correctly, IF can lead to nutritional deficiencies over the long haul. ( Check out our Origin Series of nutrient-packed supplements, from broccoli sprouts to Bison Trifecta organ meats to help offset any deficiencies)
  • Fatigue and hunger. This usually happens at the start of IF as your body adapts to shorter eating windows. Fatigue can also be due to a diet lacking essential nutrients.
  • Loss of electrolytes, especially if on diuretic pills.
  • Diabetics, especially type 1 may need insulin adjusted.
  • Pregnant or nursing women require additional calories and nutrients to feed their infants.
  • Eating disorders-IF can exacerbate existing eating disorders.
  • Children are growing and should only practice IF or any diet under medical supervision.
  • Underweight (can lead to further weight loss)
  • If you take medication outside your eating window, consult with your pharmacist or primary care professional before starting IF.

Always consult your primary care practitioner before embarking on this or any other diet or supplement regimen.


  1. (The Potential Nutritional Support of Organ Meats for Mood, n.d.)
  2. Ucar B, Humpel C. Collagen for brain repair: therapeutic perspectives. Neural Regen Res. 2018 Apr;13(4):595-598. doi: 10.4103/1673-5374.230273. PMID: 29722301; PMCID: PMC5950659.


Written by Brooke Lounsbury

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