Recently, supplementing with vitamin A has come under debate, since high levels are thought to actually be harmful and potentially toxic. However, it’s important to note that many primitive populations that ate whole-food–based diets consumed . For example, according to the Weston A. Price Foundation, the traditional Scottish diet was high in foods like fish liver oils, organ meats, shellfish and animal fats — all natural sources of vitamins A and D, and these people had very low rates of chronic diseases.
Fish liver oils are considered the richest source of vitamin D. Halibut, cod and shark liver oil are some fish oils which contain good amounts of vitamin D. Recent studies show that along with calcium, human milk also contains considerable amount of water soluble vitamin D sulphate. Other sources of vitamin D are foods artificially fortified with vitamin D such as milk, margarine, and infant food.
Rosita wild handcrafted Ratfish Liver Oil is an ancient whole food derived from the liver of Chimaera monstrosa, also known as the Ratfish. The Norwegian Vikings and Scandinavian fishermen regarded Ratfish Liver Oil as a precious gift from the sea, ranking it above all other fish liver oils. Its rarity and exceptional properties were a major reason why the Norwegian Vikings named this oil “Gold of the Ocean.”
What Makes ROSITA Ratfish Liver Oil So Special?
ROSITA Ratfish Liver Oil is handmade in small batches from the finest-quality wild liver, exclusively harvested from the unpolluted waters of the Norwegian Helgeland Fjords. The process of extraction is UNIQUE and based on AGE-OLD principles. No other company on this PLANET is aware of our remarkably natural and ancient extraction technique. No chemicals, heat, steam, or mechanical pressure are ever used in production.