Heart & Soil “Digestive Health” Supplement Stack: Nutrient Breakdown

Beef organs are some of the most nutrient dense foods in the world. But do you have to eat them (in a conventional sense) to get all of these nutrients? No!

If you’re someone who is freaked out by the idea of eating organs, organ supplements are right up your alley.

Individual organs – usually beef organs – are desiccated (all of the moisture is removed and they’re dried out) and placed into capsules for nearly effortless (and tasteless) consumption.

The idea behind supplementing with organs is like supports like, meaning if one of the organs in your body is weak or has a deficiency, consuming that same organ from a happy, pasture-raised, grass-fed cow should, in theory, help strengthen that weak organ.

For example, if you come down with a lot of respiratory infections, beef lung may be a good choice for you. If you have urinary troubles, beef kidney may work well. Or if you have skin issues, beef cartilage may be what you need.

Heart & Soil Supplements is leading the way in providing these high quality organ supplements to the world. And if you’d like to try them to target a specific health issue, check out their stacks!

Their team put together supplement stacks that target different health issues – things like allergies, autoimmune issues, exercise performance, fertility, libido, heart health, prenatal health, thyroid health, sleep, weight loss, and more.

If you choose a stack and would like know what nutrients you’re getting while taking that stack, I got you. I completed a nutrient breakdown for each individual Heart & Soil organ supplement and nutrient breakdowns for each of their stacks.

In this blog post, you’ll find a breakdown for each organ supplement in Heart & Soil’s  “Digestive Health” stack, as well as a summary for the entire stack. I included the following information for each item:

  • organs that are found in the supplement
  • weight of the organs per bottle*
  • weight of the organs per serving*
  • noteworthy nutrients (nutrients found in high amounts in the supplement)
  • nutrient breakdown per serving (for the organs I could find**)

*Amounts have been confirmed with Heart & Soil.

**If a supplement has an organ that I could not find a nutrient breakdown for, I still included a nutrient breakdown for the supplement, but left the organ I could not find out. I don’t love that I had to do this, but this way, you’ll know that you’re getting the nutrients that are listed at the very least.

Note: While researching the nutrients for each organ, I was hoping to find one source that would have a nutrient breakdown for a majority of the organs so I could maintain some level of consistency. I used nutritional information from fitbit.com since I was able to find almost all of the organs there. The percentages listed are % daily value for a 2000-calorie diet.

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Heart & Soil Supplements “Digestive Health” Stack Summary

Supplements in stack: Immunomilk, Gut & Digestion, Histamine & Immune

Organs in stack: beef thymus, beef lung, beef liver, beef spleen, beef kidney, beef tripe, beef intestines, beef pancreas, bovine colostrum

Weight of organs in stack: 6 oz beef thymus, 6 oz beef lung, 9 oz beef liver, 9 oz beef spleen, 6 oz beef kidney, 8 oz beef tripe, 8 oz beef intestines, 8 oz beef pancreas, 30 oz bovine colostrum

Organs per serving if taking stack (6 capsules per supplement): 0.2 oz beef thymus, 0.2 oz beef lung, 0.3 oz beef liver, 0.3 oz beef spleen, 0.2 oz beef kidney, 0.267 oz beef tripe, 0.267 oz beef intestines, 0.267 oz beef pancreas, 1 oz bovine colostrum

Noteworthy nutrients: vitamin A, copper, iron, riboflavin, vitamin B12

Nutrient breakdown per serving:

Fat: 4.5g

Protein: 11.6g

Carbs: 1g

Cholesterol: 133mg

Sodium: 73mg

Potassium: 203.6mg

Vitamin A: 40%

Calcium: 5%

Thiamin: 5%

Vitamin B6: 10%

Niacin: 19%

Phosphorus: 19%

Copper: 59%

Vitamin C: 18%

Iron: 38%

Riboflavin: 34%

Vitamin B12: 169%

Magnesium: 4%

Zinc: 10%

Pantothenic Acid: 16%

Nutrient Breakdown for Individual Supplements in “Digestive Health” Stack

Histamine & Immune

Organs in supplement: beef thymus, beef lung, beef liver, beef spleen, beef kidney

Organs per bottle: 6 oz beef thymus, 6 oz beef lung, 6 oz beef liver, 6 oz beef spleen, 6 oz beef kidney

Organs per serving (6 capsules): 0.2 oz beef thymus, 0.2 oz beef lung, 0.2 oz beef liver, 0.2 oz beef spleen, 0.2 oz beef kidney

Noteworthy nutrients: vitamin A, copper, iron, riboflavin, vitamin B12

Nutrient breakdown per serving: 

Fat: 1.9g

Protein: 4.8g

Carbs: 0g

Cholesterol: 80.2mg

Sodium: 35.7mg

Potassium: 96.7mg

Vitamin A: 21%

Calcium: 0%

Thiamin: 3%

Vitamin B6: 6%

Niacin: 11%

Phosphorus: 9%

Copper: 30%

Vitamin C: 12%

Iron: 20%

Riboflavin: 22%

Vitamin B12: 93%

Magnesium: 1%

Zinc: 5%

Pantothenic Acid: 9%

Learn more about Histamine & Immune

(this link will automatically apply 10% off to your cart should you choose to make a purchase)

Gut & Digestion

Organs in supplement: beef tripe, beef intestines, beef pancreas, beef liver, beef spleen

Organs per bottle: 8 oz beef tripe, 8 oz beef intestines, 8 oz beef pancreas, 3 oz beef liver, 3 oz beef spleen

Organs per serving (6 capsules): 0.267 oz beef tripe, 0.267 oz beef intestines, 0.267 oz beef pancreas, 0.1 oz beef liver, 0.1 oz beef spleen

Noteworthy nutrients: copper, vitamin B12

Nutrient breakdown per serving: 

Fat: 1.6g

Protein: 3.8g

Carbs: 0g

Cholesterol: 49.1mg

Sodium: 18mg

Potassium: 61.5mg

Vitamin A: 19%

Calcium: 0%

Thiamin: 2%

Vitamin B6: 4%

Niacin: 8%

Phosphorus: 6%

Copper: 29%

Vitamin C: 6%

Iron: 18%

Riboflavin: 12%

Vitamin B12: 76%

Magnesium: 1%

Zinc: 4%

Pantothenic Acid: 7%

*nutrient breakdown does not include beef intestines.

Learn more about Gut & Digestion

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Immunomilk

Organs in supplement: bovine colostrum

Organs per bottle: 30 oz bovine colostrum

Organs per serving (6 capsules): 1 oz bovine colostrum

Noteworthy nutrients: N/A

Nutrient breakdown per serving: 

Fat: 1g

Protein: 3g

Carbs: 1g

Cholesterol: 3.7mg

Sodium: 19.3mg

Potassium: 45.4mg

Vitamin A: 0%

Calcium: 5%

Phosphorus: 4%

Magnesium: 2%

Zinc: 1%

Learn more about Immunomilk

(this link will automatically apply 10% off to your cart should you choose to make a purchase)

Other Nutrient-Dense Real Food Supplements

The below supplements are not sold by Heart & Soil, but they’re also nutrient-dense. Oysters, alongside beef liver, are one of the most nutrient-dense foods in the world. So if you’re someone who likes to pack tons of nutrients into your diet, check out desiccated organ supplements. And if you’re someone who doesn’t eat much fruit, you may benefit from supplementing with a real food Vitamin C supplement. Both supplements are linked below.

If you want to read more about the difference between synthetic supplements and real food supplements, plus learn about my daily real food supplement routine, check out this blog post.

Marine Health Foods OysterMax (desiccated oysters)

Serving size: 4 capsules

Noteworthy nutrients: vitamin B12, iodine, zinc, selenium, copper

Nutrient breakdown per serving: 

Vitamin B12: 55%

Iodine: 14%

Zinc: 27%

Selenium: 7%

Copper: 23%

Learn more about OysterMax

(use code ASHLEYR for 10% off)

Pure Synergy Pure Radiance C

Serving size: 1 capsule

Noteworthy nutrients: vitamin C

Nutrient breakdown per serving: 

Vitamin C: 130%

Learn more about Pure Radiance C

(use code ASHLEYR10 for 10% off)

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Ashley Rothstein
Ashley Rothstein

Ashley Rothstein develops tasty, whole food, animal-based, fat-filled recipes that include a moderate amount of minimally toxic plant foods. To fix her own health issues, she bounced around between the carnivore, keto, and paleo diets for a few years. After experiencing and studying each diet philosophy, she learned she feels her best by merging the three and following an animal-based diet with time-restricted feeding. As a glut at heart, she likes to channel her creativity and create meals that are healthy but also satisfy her inner gluttonous spirits.

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