Free-Range Pasture-Fed Bone Marrow and Cartilage, 3.5oz
$68.00

Free-Range Pasture-Fed Bone Marrow and Cartilage, 3.5oz

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Overview

Traditional Foods Market Bone, Marrow, and Cartilage is an entire food, totally natural, full spectrum bone supplement. It delivers all of the elements that comprise healthy bone tissue in their correct physiological ratios. It contains naturally occurring collagen, growth factors, and a broad range of trace minerals found in bone. It also contains bone cell factors, amino acids, bone proteins, stem cells, bone building cells, and connective tissue. Bone, Marrow, and Cartilage is low temperature processed and derived exclusively from free range, pasture-fed New Zealand veal.

Traditional cultures have long valued bone marrow as it is important for nutrition for both growing children and adults. There is evidence that pre-modern humans crushed bones and ate the nutrient-dense bone marrow. Bone meal with cartilage and marrow is a historically used dietary supplement, which is certain to provide nourishment for you. It contains fat-soluble vitamins, cartilage, hydroxyapatite, and a generous amount of naturally occurring calcium.

"I would like to offer thanks and gratitude to the souls of the animals that gave their lives so that we could be nourished."- Ramiel Nagel, Owner, Traditional Foods Market

Bone Marrow Is a Historically Used Traditional Food

Weston Price DDS, Author of Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, studied the dietary habits of societies across the globe. He found that the natives of Canada “obtain their fat-soluble vitamins and also most of their minerals from the organs of the animals. An important part of the nutrition of the children consisted in various preparations of bone marrow, both as a substitute for milk and as a special dietary ration” (Nutrition and Physical Degeneration).

Animals in the wild, such as wolves, instinctively gravitate toward the bones with high marrow yields. Cleary bone marrow is nutritionally exceptional.

What Is in Bone Marrow?

The average adult has approximately six pounds of bone marrow. Bone marrow is where new blood cells are produced. Bone marrow contains two types of stem cells: hemopoietic, which produces blood cells; and stromal, which can produce fat, cartilage, and new bone. Stem cells are capable of dividing and renewing themselves and they can give rise to specialized cells. Bone marrow contains the base cells that create osteoblasts, chondrocytes (cartilage cells), myocytes (muscle cells), and adipocytes (fat cells). In short, bone marrow is the place of deep reserves and storage in our body from which our body fluids, cells, and bones are created from. Bone marrow also produces many types of white blood cells, or leukocytes.

The Historical Use of Marrow and Bone Cartilage

Veal bone was considered the optimal source of bone meal because of the softness of the bones. Historically, there were several types of bone meal available, not just the commonly found ground up adult bone available as bone meal today. Processed at low temperatures to preserve enzymes, the entire veal bone is used, which includes the marrow, the bone, and the cartilage. This was considered the superior form of bone meal. It contains both the stem cells and growth factors to grow new bone. Veal bone is the superior source material for bone meal and marrow. Veal bone marrow and cartilage is the missing link to support bone health. Bone meal contains amino acids and other vital factors that can help rebuild bones in the body, including teeth and the alveolar bone.

New Zealand Cattle Quality

NZ Cattle

Since we are based in the U.S., we thought it would be ideal to provide U.S. sourced organs and glands. Unfortunately the current legal and physical infrastructure makes it difficult to impossible to obtain 100 percent grass-fed organs and glands for use in dietary supplements. Unlike here, New Zealand has infrastructure and regulations to promote the use of 100 percent grass-based animal products and some suppliers both save and utilize all the organs and glands for use as food or dietary supplements. With both reasonable prices, and very healthy animals, New Zealand is the best source of freeze-dried animal organs.

Directions: Because this is a completely natural product, there are small crunchy particles of cartilage and bone in each serving. Chew it gently, or alternatively mix one serving with water, yogurt, or your favorite smoothie.

Maintence Dose: ½ - 1 teaspoon per day

For Deficiency Conditions: at least 1 teaspoon per day

Estimated Child Dose: ½ teaspoon once per day - please consult with your health care provider

For Pregnancy: 1 teaspoon per day - please consult with your health care provider

*Product Disclaimer

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. These products are intended to provide whole food nutrition to the body which may result in the benifit of tissue building, repair and enhancement of the normal structure and function of the body.

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Traditional Foods Market Bone, Marrow and Cartilage is an entire food, totally natural, full spectrum bone supplement. It delivers all of the elements that comprise healthy bone tissue in their correct physiological ratios. It contains naturally occurring collagen, growth factors, and a broad range of trace minerals found in bone. It also contains bone cell factors, amino acids, bone proteins, and connective tissue. Bone, Marrow and Cartilage is low temperature processed and derived exclusively from free range, pasture-fed New Zealand veal.
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