Organ Ultra

Organ Ultra - from 100% Grass-Fed New Zealand Sheep

Ivor Cummins: the benefits of organ meats

Is meat bad for you? Does meat cause cancer? Does it cause heart disease, or is it a superfood? Are organ meats the most nutrient-dense foods on our planet?

These and many more questions are all answered in this conversation between Ivor Cummins and Dr. Paul Saladino. 

Ivor is currently the Chief Program Officer for Irish Heart Disease Awareness and has been intensively researching the root causes of modern chronic disease. Paul is the leading authority on the science and application of the carnivore diet. 

A traditional food remedy in a new format

Xtend-Life has been dedicated to enhancing health by bringing you the best vitamins and minerals for twenty years. And now we are bringing you something novel, nutritious and natural.

Xtend-Life Organ Ultra is a natural product containing liver, kidney, heart, pancreas, and thymus. It is sourced from the finest producers of 100% grass-fed New Zealand sheep, which have been raised in the most natural environment, under strict regulations. 

Organ meats are not readily available in the modern world, which is why Xtend-Life created Organ Ultra; to provide all of the benefits of this traditional superfood in a simple, convenient form.

Times (and tastes) have changed

Most people will be familiar with the impressive benefits of nutrient-dense organ meats such as the liver, spleen, kidney, pancreas, heart and more. They are true human superfoods. Humans evolved their big brains and incredible tenacity via access to the most energy and nutrient-dense foodstuffs on the planet. We started out as hunters-gatherers, and we targeted the most valuable parts of the animals we hunted. 

But now we have a problem as a species. You see, we have now had a few generations of forgetting our heritage - most people nowadays have no taste for organ meats, and will never invest in acquiring it again - or the methods to properly prepare such delicacies of yesteryear. We at Xtend-Life highly recommend that people re-adopt this ancient and highly health-promoting practice - but we are realists and accept that many will simply not pursue this successfully.

So we've repackaged the benefits of traditional nutrition

This is why we have developed and optimized this latest product in our range. We have scoured the suppliers and selected the best producers of New Zealand Grass-Fed Sheep organ meats. These are freeze-dried with the most advanced processes which enable the nutritional content to be 100% retained, and safe from any trace of spoiling. We are fully certified with the most advanced systems to convert this nutritional gold dust into perfectly-packaged capsules for you. So that you get all of the incredible benefits but without the challenges!

Into a modern form

Organ meats are incredibly nutrient-dense foods. Current diets are often deficient in nutrients such as vitamin B12, CoQ10, iron, selenium and folate – the same nutrients that our ancestors harvested from the landscape and consumed routinely in the form of organ meat. They have also been a key element in traditional remedies for thousands of years and have become a part of folklore.

    Health Benefits of Organ Ultra


    The liver is nature's most nutrient-dense superfood and it makes sense to have it at the core of our Organ Ultra formulation. It provides a meaningful source of vitamin A,  heme iron (more easily absorbed than iron from plant sources), B12, choline and folate). It supports liver health, energy production, metabolism and methylation.


    Sheep kidney is rich in nutrients, proteins and omega 3s. It’s also a bio-available source of naturally occurring selenium and B12. Eating kidney can support kidney health, which in turn helps strengthen your body's detoxification pathways. The selenium can aid with immunity, blood flow, thyroid function and fertility, as well as having powerful antioxidant properties.


    The pancreas is the source of digestive enzymes and hormones that support and regulate blood sugar levels. Eating pancreas supports a strong functioning pancreas,  and contributes an abundance of key enzymes for optimal digestion.


    Sheep heart is a source of folate, iron and zinc, but most importantly it provides coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), one of the most potent antioxidants available. CoQ10 supports heart health, optimizes brain function, slows down the natural aging process and can boost energy levels through the mitochondria.


    The thymus is rich in trace minerals, heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, and essential fat-soluble vitamins like A, E and K. It plays an important part of the immune system and extracts from it have been used to treat respiratory infections, asthma and autoimmune diseases.


    • Liver, Heart, Kidney, Pancreas & Thymus Health
    • Strengthening Immunity
    • Heart and Blood Pressure
    • Collagen and Skin Health
    • Energy and Blood Sugar Levels
    • Enzymes for Optimal Digestion
    • Liver and Detoxification Pathways
    • Antioxidants to Protect Your Cells in the Modern Environment
    • Natural Health & Wellbeing

    FACT: In addition to these benefits, high-quality sheep organs provide all the fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, K & E) in highly usable forms, and provide meaningful amounts of folate, copper, zinc, chromium and hyaluronic acid.


    • Preformed Vitamin A (aka retinol)
    • Vitamin B6 and B12
    • Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)
    • Bio-Available Heme Iron
    • Selenium
    • Enzymes

    FACT: When we eat animal organs, we get these essential nutrients in the forms, amounts and ratios found in nature, not a laboratory. They are easily absorbed and work in synergy with our body as a counter to the stressors of modern life.

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