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Grass-Fed Beef Liver Pate

Grass-Fed Beef Liver Pate recipe candida leaky gut food prebiotic gut health diet|

One thing I’m doing as a part of healing decades of being malnourished is incorporating more organ meat in my diet. Liver is one of the most nutritionally dense foods out there. This beef liver pate recipe provides a hefty dose of folate, iron, Vitamins A, D and copper. Just one serving of this beef liver pate will help you meet your daily quota of these important vitamins and nutrients. While eating liver regularly is particularly beneficial for those with iron deficiency or anemia, we can all benefit from this nutrient rich dish.

While some people think they don’t like the taste of liver, this beef liver pate recipe has lots of garlic, rosemary, and bacon fat, so it doesn’t even taste like liver! One of my secret tricks of this beef liver pate recipe is to sprinkle some Superfood Turmeric into this dish to amp up the taste and the anti-inflammatory benefits of this delicious dish.

Further Food Commentary:

The first thing that jumps out as super healthy, is the fact that the liver is from a grass-fed cow. That means the liver will have less bad stuff and more healthful fats. Another wonderful thing about this beef liver pate recipe is the onion and garlic. Beside flavor, these foods provide wonderful prebiotics-food for the healthy bacteria inhabiting your gut. However, if you are sensitive to fodmaps, or have SIBO (small intestinal bacteria overgrowth) those prebiotics will cause more harm than good. Both coconut oil and olive oil are extremely good for you, in different ways. Coconut oil is made up of medium chain triglycerides so they are easy to digest and absorb and are used for energy not for storage (weight gain). Olive oil is a good source of oleic acid, a healthful fat that most of us don't get enough of.

By Dianne Rishikof, MS, RDN, LDN


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