We've been receiving many more calls regarding histamines. What meats are lower in histamines? What procedures reduce histamines? Is there a difference in meats and fish? ...etc. Histamines are a natural occurence in foods, but it's estimated that around 1% of the population has histamine intolerance. That's increasingly concerning as it means the body's natural defenses are weakening to some extent. We saw this years ago when we began seeing an increase in calls about autoimmune disorders. With more and more chemicals being used in the environment, conventional and ultra-processed foods gaining a foothold, and increased use of pharmaceuticals to address health concerns, our bodies eventually begin to struggle dealing with all of it. This really is the main reason why it's important to eat food as close to nature as possible with little or no additives and raised on farms with holistic principles. The further you eat away from nature, the less your food remembers where it came from. Or, maybe it never came from nature in the first place. We don't think that's a healthy way to eat. More and more evidence supporting that premise is available for anyone who wants to dig a little deeper.
There are a lot of environmental factors we can do little about in life, but some things like food is different. You have a choice to eat ultra-processed, conventional food or all-natural. Choices catch up with us eventually, so make it a priority to tell friends and family about the differences. Educate yourself about the foods you eat. Know your food and where it comes from. Conventional farms that supply the big retailers often don't concern themselves with what their animals eat, but it does make a difference. "Our animals eat right so you can too" is not just a tag line, it's what we believe!
Discount Code Ends Tonight!
Time to stock up on nutrient dense foods for the New Year. Save on all-natural, pasture-raised foods with your special discount code. Add Discount Code "LASSO" to your US Wellness Meats shopping cart at checkout and SAVE 15% storewide.
- "LASSO" discount code expires at midnight tonight, Wednesday, February 23rd.
- Cannot be applied to an order 40 lbs or more.
- Excludes sale items, volume discounts, and e-gift cards.
Please note that discount codes cannot be applied to items already on sale or discounted, and cannot be applied to previous orders.
Our normal shipping schedule is Monday - Wednesday. Any order placed after 10 am (CST) Wednesday will ship the following week. Most orders are delivered to your door within 24-48 hours of leaving our facility. Shipping is free, but we do charge $9.50 on every order regardless of size to help defray the cost of packaging materials.
Product Feature | Low Histamine Meat and Fish: A Complete Guide
A low-histamine diet is an attempt to reduce exposure to histamines, a prominent chemical (specifically a biogenic amine) that affects our digestive and immune systems. Most people’s bodies have defenses that rapidly detoxify histamines, but around 1% of the population has histamine intolerance (HIT), which means their bodies aren’t as good at detoxifying these particular chemicals. We've assembled a histamine guide on our Discover Blog for more information.
Fresh Chilled Beef Bundles | Order By Friday, March 4
Once a month, we offer patrons the opportunity to enjoy fresh, never frozen, chilled beef delivered right to your door! Restaurants and families alike love these chilled beef bundles because the meats arrive ready to cook or refrigerate...no thawing necessary. Order by Friday 3/4, and we'll ship your fresh bundle Wed. 3/9.
Contest Winner | Congratulations!
Every month we have an opportunity for readers to win a prize bundle valued at $150. It's loaded with all-natural, grass-fed and pasture-raised foods. If you enter, there's a chance you'll be the one to fill your freezer for FREE. This month, Brad M. of Powell, OH won the prize. Your bundle of food is on it's way Brad. Congratulations!
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Enter To Win | MHS 2022 Tickets & Food Bundle
What’s better than receiving a big delivery of farm fresh grass fed meat and winning tickets to the world’s leading scientific conference on metabolic health and ketogenic therapies? We couldn’t think of anything either! That’s why we’re giving one lucky person the chance to win it all! To celebrate our continued partnership with Metabolic Health Summit, we’ve teamed up to giveaway a $150 bundle of farm fresh foods from US Wellness and 2 tickets to the 5th Annual Metabolic Health Summit to be held May 5th – 8th of 2022 in Santa Barbara, California! This prize is worth more than $1,000!
To enter this giveaway, please visit our social media pages. ENTER HERE by liking, commenting on, and sharing this giveaway announcement post on our social channels @uswellnessmeats and @metabolichealthsummit.
Shout Out | Sunday Brunch
Our thanks to Andrew (@andrewhillphd) for sharing this mouthwatering Sunday brunch. Asiago brioche, with eggs, avocado, and thin sliced sirloin...mmm! Visit our Grass-fed Steak page and choose your favorite to recreate this magnificent meal.
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John & Staff on behalf of the farm families of US Wellness Meats
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