Could these Be Reasons Not to Take Fermented Cod Liver Oil?

Green Pasture Blue Ice Fermented Cod Liver Oil 8-oz in Premium Packaging, Cinnamon Tingle Flavor (1-pack)

I just ordered some fermented cod liver oil on amazon this morning. It’s expensive stuff and looks and tastes disgusting to most people. The different flavors of cinnamon, mint, and chocolate make it taste good to me, so I’ve taken it and promoted it. Many real foodies claim it is a miracle superfood that cures tooth decay and makes smarter and healthier babies, children and people. So after months of being without it, I decided that I needed to get my husband to take it faithfully to help with various symptoms he has. I also want to start taking it faithfully and eventually get my kids to take it every day. In short, having my whole family on FCLO has been on my bucket list!

After lunch, I turned to one of my favorite real food blogs and found a new report online questioning the nutritive value of this sacred cow of the WAPF/ancestral food movement. This is a brand new report by Dr. Kaayla Daniel, who submitted FCLO to various laboratories to find out if it really lives up to its claims of having Vitamin A, D, and K.  Here is the report. I am curious to hear if any of you have used it to cure tooth decay or help with health problems and what you think about the report. I just cancelled my order and will continue to research the issue. Here is Dave Wetzel’s response to Dr. Daniel’s report. Mr. Wetzel is the owner of the company that makes FCLO. Here is the WAPF’s response.

Where is the truth in this matter? 

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