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Is Your Heart Healthy?  Hope For School Lunches, New Blue Ribbon Recipe Contest! 

August 8, 2010   Monticello, Missouri
Dear John,
Blue Ribbon
State fair season is upon us!  We are looking forward to the upcoming Missouri State Fair that starts this week.  In honor of state fairs across the country, we thought it would be fitting to hear some of your favorite summer recipes.  So we are launching the Blue Ribbon Recipe Contest today!  Send us your favorite summer recipe (extra points if you send a picture) and we will pick out the tastiest one we find, and the winner will receive a $100 US Wellness Gift Certificate.  Only requirement is that it must include one US Wellness product, and you must have the recipe submitted by midnight CST on August 24.  Visit our blog for more information, and to submit your recipe!

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US for both men and women.  Every year 785,000 Americans have their first heart attack.  One of the most important ways to avoid being one of these statistics is to eat a heart healthy diet.  According to Jonny Bowden in The Most Effective Ways to Live Longer, wild salmon is the ultimate brain food as well as the ultimate heart food.  Wild caught salmon, as opposed to farm raised, is full of anti-inflammatory omega-3's without the chemicals often found in farm raised fish.  Our wild caught salmon, available in fillets, canned, pouched or as jerky, is caught off the coast of Alaska and is certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council. 

Another important staple of a heart healthy diet is grass-fed meats.  Grass-fed products have a higher omega-3:6 ratio than their grain-fed counterparts.  The anti-inflammatory properties of omega-3's are beneficial in helping prevent heart disease, and according to WebMD, research shows that omega-3's can help boost the immune system, protecting us from a wide variety of other diseases. 

Questions about Pemmican?  Visit us on Facebook to learn more, and hear what others are saying about it!

Don't forget about the upcoming fresh chilled beef deadline this Friday, August 13.  If you are wanting fresh, never frozen grass-fed beef for your next barbecue, please have your order in by 12:00 noon CST this Friday.  Orders will ship out the following Wednesday. 

We have a small shipping change this week.  Our South Carolina free range chicken 20 lb bundles that ship every Tuesday will not ship August 9, instead all orders placed this week will be shipped the following week, on Tuesday, August 17 as usual.  We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Labor Day is right around the corner!  Looking for unique grilling ideas?  Visit our August blog page for great grilling recipes and photos.

Best Summer Regards,

John, LeeAnn, Megan, Tressa, and Jennifer on behalf of the farm families of US Wellness Meats. 

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BreakingNewsStudy Shows NO Link Between Red Meat and Heart Disease

Steaks on GrillWell here is something we have known for years but now it's official:

There is no link between red meat and coronary heart disease. Period. In a new study, published in the journal Circulation, Harvard researchers, in the US, analyzed 20 studies that compared health outcomes of people who eat red meat and processed meat. The combined studies included well over one million subjects.  And, not surprisingly to many of us, red meat intake was not associated with either heart disease or type 2 diabetes.

The Harvard study also confirmed something else we already knew: Regular commercially processed meat is junk. Hot dogs. Bacon. Sausage. Lunch meats. For the most part - all junk.

The Harvard team reports a 42% higher risk of heart disease linked to consistent eating of processed meat, and nearly 20% higher risk of type 2 diabetes. So the meat naysayers will tell you the processed meats are so bad because of the saturated fats and the cholesterol... but they'll be wrong again. Saturated fat and cholesterol content were the same in unprocessed red meat and processed meat.

The dangers in the processed meat are due to chemical preservatives and high sodium levels. Of course, that detail will be a hard sell to your vegetarian friends who swear that animal fats are equivalent to arsenic. The fact is, saturated fats and essential fatty acids are vital for your body to absorb critical fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K.

If you never eat a single bacon-wrapped hot dog, and you regularly enjoy a t-bone or a sirloin steak, you're on the right track. But to make that steak real health food, there's one more thing to look out for. When California State University researchers reviewed research that compared grass-fed beef with grain-fed beef, they found higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins A and E, and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) in grass-fed. In fact, CLA levels were twice as high - no small thing, given the evidence that CLA helps manage blood sugar and insulin levels, while also reducing risks of cancer, osteoporosis, and atherosclerosis.

Grass-fed beef is also far less likely to contain the antibiotics and hormones typically found in commercial meat. So enjoy quality meat and get the superior nutrition it offers - without worrying about the fat or cholesterol intake.


New Study Shows No Link Between Red Meat and Heart Disease, Health Sciences Institute (HSI), UK edition, July 26, 2010, Agora Inc.

Red and Processed Meat Consumption and Risk of Incident Coronary Heart Disease, Stroke, and Diabetes Mellitus. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis" Circulation, Published online ahead of print, 5/17/10, circ.ahajournals.org

"Switching to Grass-Fed Beef" Tara Parker-Pope, New York Times, 3/11/10, nytimes.com

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by Catherine Ebeling, RN BSN
Catherine Ebeling
Hope for School Lunches

What do Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution and Michelle Obama have in common? Both are working hard at changing-for the better-kids' school lunches.  And it's about time!  

Our kids have been eating processed, salty, sugary, starchy, low nutrition foods at school and snacking on candy, chips and soda for far too long. Research shows there are many reasons to make the change for the better and with the media spotlight and public awareness on this subject, major changes may be just around the corner.

First lady Michelle Obama is urging Congress to pass the Child Nutrition Bill that will raise nutritional standards for school meals. The bill will require more fruit, vegetables, and whole grains in school lunches and breakfasts, and cut back on salt and fats. Vending machines will offer healthier snacks instead of soda, candy and chips.

"We owe it to the children who aren't reaching their potential because they're not getting the nutrition they need during the day," the first lady wrote. In her essay to Congress, she wrote that "our prosperity depends on the health and vitality of the next generation."

The bill was approved by the House Education and Labor Committee last month, and a Senate committee has approved similar legislation. However, Congressional passage will be the first step. The details of this bill, including the actual food offered will be left up to the Agriculture Department. So this movement, while on the right track, could be watered down by the time it officially reaches the schools.

Almost a third of all kids in the United States are overweight, and rates of childhood obesity have nearly tripled over the last thirty years. More than 55 million children receive lunch (and sometimes breakfast, too) via public school programs every day, but a large portion of meals offered in schools include things like French fries, chicken nuggets, pizza, bagged chips, chocolate milk. Food-if you can call it that-that is full of trans fats, excess sodium, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, and is heavily processed, frozen, and wastefully packaged.

Although the awareness has increased over the past few years, the challenges public schools face are still considerable: the U.S. Department of Agriculture allots only $2.68 in funding per day for each student meal, and reform seems painfully slow in coming. This year's re-budgeting of the Childhood Nutrition Act--the bill which covers all school food as well as other nutrition benefits for low-income kids-is an opportunity to introduce change from the highest levels of government. There has never been a better time for us to find out what our kids are eating, speak up, get involved and push for change...


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searsDr. Al Sears, M.D.
Dr. Al Sears
Turn Your "Digestion Gene" Back On

By: Al Sears, MD
Dear Health-Conscious Reader,

Did you know that you could be eating all the right nutrients but not absorbing them?  

In order to build muscle, strengthen your immune system, and get the energy you need throughout the day, the nutrients you eat have to get absorbed in your digestive tract. And that requires digestive enzymes.

There's the rub. Because there's something in our modern diet that may be stopping you from producing the digestive enzymes you need.  Let me explain...

In four weeks, a high-glucose diet was found to shut down the gene that creates digestive enzymes. Food wouldn't move through the digestive tract, and it couldn't be absorbed.  Digestive enzymes turn what you eat into vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients so your body can absorb it.  Without digestive enzymes, you can't take in the nutrients you need to feed your cells. Your cells can't make the energy they need to stay healthy. When your cells run out of energy, your body breaks down, and you develop disease.

You probably already know what sugar does to you. It gives you cravings and makes you hungry all the time.  You gain weight and become depressed.  Sugar throws off your hormones and gives you diabetes.  It feeds cancer cells and increases your chance of having a heart attack. ,

Now, look at what happens if you stop producing digestive enzymes. Protease, amylase, and lipase are groups of enzymes that digest proteins, carbohydrates, and fats:
  • Protease digests proteins. But parasites, fungus, bacteria, and viruses are protein. Without protease, you have nothing to eat away at them. You lose your defense against intestinal bugs, candida, infections, or viruses.
  • Amylase digests carbohydrates. But amylase also digests things like pus, which is dead white blood cells. Without amylase, you can develop pus-filled infections like abscesses or other skin conditions. Or, you could develop a lung condition.
  • Lipase digests fats. Lipase digests fat and nutrients like vitamin E and fish oil. If you don't have enough lipase to digest fat-soluble nutrients, you can develop high cholesterol, diabetes, and heart disease.
To make sure you have enough digestive enzymes, keep sugar out of your diet as much as you can:
  • In general, foods that are naturally sweet are okay to eat as they are. Just don't take food that is not sweet naturally and make them sweet.
  • Choose fresh fruits like strawberries, blueberries, and pears for your sweet treat. These naturally sweet foods come with an added bonus:  Fresh fruits increase digestive enzymes in your body.
  • Avoid flavored waters and drinks that contain added sugar. Make your own by adding fresh fruit or cucumber, limes, and lemons to water.
  • If you must sweeten any food or drink, do like we do in the office and just add a little good old-fashioned raw sugar or honey.
To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD



 "Microarray analysis of high-glucose diet-induced changes in mRNA expression in jejunums of C57BL/6J mice reveals impairment in digestion, absorption." Molecular Biology Reports. 2010 Apr; 37(4):1867-1874.
  Teff KL, Elliott SS, et al. "Dietary fructose reduces circulating insulin and leptin, attenuates postprandial suppression of ghrelin, and increases triglycerides in women." JCEM. June 2004, 2963-72.
  Westover, A., Marangell, L. "A cross-national relationship between sugar consumption and major depression?"
Depression and Anxiety2002; 16(3):118-120.
  Selva D, Hogeveen K, Innis S, Hammond G. "Monosaccharide-induced lipogenesis regulates the human hepatic sex hormone-binding globulin gene."  J. Clin. Invest. 2007;117:3979-3987.
  Romieu, I. et al. "Carbohydrates and the Risk of Breast Cancer among Mexican Women" Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. 2004; 13(8):1283-1289.
  Welsh, J., Sharma, A., et al. "Caloric Sweetener Consumption and Dyslipidemia Among US Adults." JAMA. 2010;303(15):1490-1497.

Ed. Note:  Dr. Al Sears, M.D. is a board-certified clinical nutrition specialist. His practice, Dr. Sears' Health & Wellness Center in Royal Palm Beach, Fla., specializes in alternative medicine. He is the author of seven books in the fields of alternative medicine, anti-aging, and nutritional supplementation, including The Doctor's Heart Cure. To get his free special report on the proven anti-aging strategies for building a vibrant, disease-free life, go here now. You'll learn how to stop Father Time without giving up the foods you love.
sadiquaShane Ellison, M.S.

shane ellison One Great Reason to Avoid Cholesterol Lowering Drugs

By Shane "The People's Chemist" Ellison

I've been called a lot of different things. Science Nerd... Professor... and Cholesterol Lowering Drug Nazi are among those that can be mentioned here. The only one I'll admit to is being a Cholesterol Lowering Drug Nazi.

Cholesterol lowering drugs (statins) amass billions of dollars each year pretending to be a safe and effective way to protect against heart disease. Yet science shows that these drugs represent a clear and present danger to your health. In addition to lowering cholesterol, they elicit some really nasty side-effects. Lou Gehrig's (ALS) disease is just one of them.

ALS occurs when cells of the nervous system (brain and spinal chord) become inactive. This can result from many cellular dysfunctions. But it usually results from a protein entanglement within the nerve cell. Once tangled, these cells can no longer pass electrical messages through the body, resulting in a loss of voluntary muscle control. As time passes, muscle wasting (a Science Nerd would call it atrophy) results. Victims of ALS usually die from inability to breathe when muscle loss has reached an extreme.

The national average of those who suffer from ALS is a mere .0005 percent. But - sit down for this one - among those who reported suffering from "drug induced ALS," nearly a third were using cholesterol lowering drugs! Apparently, this class of drugs can "tangle" a protein known as "tau proteins".

But protecting yourself from premature heart disease does not mean you have to put yourself at risk of wiping out your nervous system. You can do it with four simple tactics: Minimize your sugar intake, take part in interval training, maintain healthy vitamin D levels by spending time in the sun, beef liver, chicken liver, grass-fed butter, raw Amish grass-fed cheese and supplementing with cod liver oil.

Live Young,

Shane Ellison

About the Author:
Shane is an award winning organic chemist and author of Over-The-Counter Natural Cures.  He teaches people about natural medicine, but is not a shill. He is a perfect candidate for being "medicated to death" - according to psychiatry, but chooses living young instead. He has been quoted by USA Today, Shape, Woman's World, as well as Women's Health and has served as guest speaker for large corporations like BP and appeared on Fox and NBC as a natural medicine advocate.  Learn about the $8 cancer buster FREE at www.otcnaturalcures.com.

serranoDr. Eric Serrano M.D., M.S., B.C.
Eric Seranno
Dear Dr. Serrano,

What is the best food for a long endurance sport?  I run marathons and most of the other runners carb-load, but I have heard this can make you "hit the wall" earlier in the race.  What is the best energy food for this?

Thank you,
Dave M.


Dear Dave,

First of all, congratulations to you for being a dedicated athlete.  I applaud your efforts!  In response to your question on carb loading, I will say that energy provides the best fuel for long term endurance events.  Your body will burn the energy more efficiently and will then turn to burning your own fat for energy.

If you are eating carbs, then your liver can only store so much as energy, and then you will run out and 'hit the wall'. I recommend good quality pemmican from U.S. Wellness Meats. It will fuel your body with plenty of energy to spare.

All the best,

Dr. Serrano

This is a friendly reminder to email health and wellness questions to the email address below for Dr. Eric Serrano M.D. question and answer series. Please place Dr. Serrano's name in the subject line for quicker processing.

Answers will appear in future issues of the Newsletter and News Alert. Your full name will not be displayed. Dr. Serrano has been so kind to offer his expertise to literally any question related to health and wellness involving grass-fed meats.

Dr. Serrano has a wealth of knowledge from both his farm background, 15 years of clinical experience and an award-winning professor at Ohio State Medical School. Dr. Serrano has an outstanding family practice on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio and works with a select group of professional athletes.

Dr. Eric Serrano M.D.
With advanced degrees in nutrition, kinesiology and wellness
475 North Hill Road
Pickerington, OH 43147-1157

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Athlete Corner - Scott Mendelson Q&A
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Need A Training Lift?
By: Scott Mendelson


I hear a lot of conflicting info regarding training for fat loss from other female friends and trainers.  Some say cardio is the key and others weight training.  I am not sure what to do, but I know that for the last 2 years I have not reached my goals, hitting a plateau after about 8 weeks which has led me to quit all together.  My legs and buttocks are a mess, what can I do to firm them up? 



Firming Up the Backside and Slashing Body Fat ASAP


Mary the right combination of interval cardio, weight training and nutrition planning can get you to where you want to go FAST!  It sounds like there has not been a cohesive strategy in the past which would account for hitting a wall.  Factors must change strategically to keep progress going!  My clients avoid plateaus by having the right program designs which FORCE the body to use more stored fat as fuel through many pathways.

Weight Training is Highly Effective for PERMANENT Fat Loss!

Let's bust some myths- weight training is not only for men!    Furthermore weight training correctly for fat loss, not bodybuilding will prevent any unwanted accumulation of excess muscle mass.  In a majority of cases females use body building oriented routines that do not align with their goals.  I structure routines to torch body fat!  There are many factors to consider when building programs, which is why I consistently collect data from clients so that the proper refinements can be made- preventing any progress plateaus.

Interval Cardio for Rapid Fat Loss

Interval cardio is far more effective for fat loss than the traditional steady state walk or run to nowhere.  Pending the client's fitness level, interval plans are built strategically to get fat loss going.  A short 10-20 minute session a couple times per week will do wonders for body fat loss.  See for yourself and request the 10 minute interval plan.

Proper Execution For a Great set of Buns!

You will not see an improvement in the firmness of any body part without resistance training.  Many women come to me with the same complaint and within a short period of time improvements come via proper training and fat loss. The Glutes are typically a neglected muscle since poor training techniques do not recruit them properly.  The routine below is a great start for you, pay close attention to form and execution as this will have a huge impact on your rate of success.  For example, pushing explosively off the front foot will help to increase glute recruitment.  Make sure you go through a full range of motion and do not "cheat" by going only partially through the movements.  People with injuries or other limitations will have to take a different approach initially...



Email scott@infinityfitness.com for your free copy of the Rapid Fat Burning Special Report and the 10 minute interval cardio workout to learn how to get rid of body fat forever!  Feel free to contact me by email or phone to discuss your individual goals 7 days per week.

Infinity Fitness INC provides training, fitness, and nutritional information for educational purposes. It is important that you consult with a health professional to ensure that your dietary and health needs are met. It is necessary for you to carefully monitor your progress and to make changes to your nutritional and fitness program to enjoy success. Infinity Fitness does not employ dietitians or health professionals and assumes no responsibility or liability for your personal health and condition. For more information regarding our Limited Warranty for products and services, please see our disclaimer at InfinityFitness.com.  Copyright Infinity Fitness INC All Rights Reserved 2010

This document is provided by Infinity Fitness INC for general guidance only, and does not constitute the provision of health or fitness advice.  The information is provided "as is"  with no assurance or guarantee of completeness, accuracy, or timeliness of the information, and without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to warranties of performance, merchantability, and fitness for a particular purpose.  

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Hello John,

Well, once again I have to tell you Cattle Grazingand all involved that I love receiving and reading the US Wellness Newsletters and the photos of those contented cows.  I did not grow up on a farm, although I lived across the street from one, so I'm a little sensitive to those faces that stare at me in the photos.  I think if I were to visit the US Wellness farms and see the cattle in person I might just become a vegetarian! 

When I see clips on TV of mass produced cattle being mistreated I just don't know how anyone can be a part of such a tragic thing.  These animals deserve our respect because, although they don't know it, they are a key part to the health and well being of mankind. 

I'm thankful for families like yours, who seem to understand the balance of nature and who treat these animals so well during their short lives.  Please thank all of the farm families for me.  Without all of you and your commitment, people such as myself would not have access to the kind of meat that contributes to our good health and enjoyment.  Don't forget to thank your cattle for me as well!


Laurie R.
recipeRecipe Corner

Mustard Grilled Pork Chops
with Two-Tomato Salsa

  • 4 boneless pork chopsMustard-Grilled Pork Chops
  • 1 1/2 cup plum tomato, diced
  • 8 sun dried tomato halves, drained and chopped
  • 1/4 cup fresh basil, chopped
  • 1/4 tsp cayenne
  • 2 tbsp Dijon-style mustard
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tsp garlic, minced
  • Fresh basil sprigs, optional
  1. In a medium bowl stir together plum tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, chopped basil and cayenne; set aside salsa.
  2. In a small bowl combine mustard, honey and garlic. Rub mustard mixture over all surfaces of chops.
  3. Place chops on a kettle-style grill over medium-hot fire and grill for 3-4 minutes.
  4. Turn chops and grill for 3-4 minutes more or until internal temperature on a thermometer reads 160 degrees F.  Serve with tomato salsa. If desired, garnish with basil sprigs.

Recipe and photo compliments of Pork, The Other White Meat.

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This is our way of saying thank you for purchasing in volume. This can be any combination of products totaling 40 pounds and does not have to be specific to any category. Each 40 pound interval will yield the discount. For example, 80 pounds of product will yield a $50 discount and a 120 pound purchase will yield a $75 discount.

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U.S. Wellness requires a $75 minimum purchase and a 7 pound minimum combined purchase of beef, lamb, pork, gourmet rabbitbison, raw cheese, organic butter, poultry, seafood and snacks.

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