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Happy Holidays!

December 26, 2010   Monticello, Missouri
Dear John,
Happy Holidays!
We hope everyone reading this week had a happy and relaxing holiday weekend!  The US Wellness team is especially grateful to all of our loyal customers and readers this holiday season for your continued patronage and support.  We thank you for again keeping us busy this time of year!

Getting in shape is always one of the most popular New Year's resolutions, and we have a new product that is sure to help.  Our Vital Whey Protein is the best there is on the market, whether for fitness, muscle building, or overall health improvement - this product is a must-have for the new year.  We have been looking to add a whey protein to our menu for awhile, and finally found one that met our standards. 

What makes Vital Whey unique from other whey proteins?  Many things: first of all, it maintains all the fragile components of raw milk.  Most whey proteins have been through at least two high heat processes that wipe out these fragile components.  Vital Whey also has a high lactoferrin content that is not found in whey protein isolate, or most other whey protein blends.  One of the most important qualities for us is that Vital Whey is made from milk from grass-fed cattle - a truly free range whey protein powder.  Vital Whey is used by many chronic fatigue sufferers, as well as athletes and weightlifters - so it truly offers something for everyone.

Is the winter weather causing dry, cracked skin?  According to WebMD there are many nutrients that can help with dry winter skin.  Water is at the top of this list as it helps keep skin hydrated and helps improve circulation and blood flow.  Some others you may not have thought of: Don't for get about the Fresh Chilled Meat deadline this Friday, December 31.  Now is a great time to try our Fresh Chilled Gourmet Steak Package, which is on sale this week.  Please have all orders in by 12:00 noon CST on Friday, to ensure shipping on January 5, as we won't be shipping fresh orders again until February 2.

During the rush of the holiday season we often forget about those working day and night to protect our freedom.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to our servicemen and women currently serving overseas, and to the wounded warriors who are recovering from battle scars and injuries in hospitals at home and abroad.

Happy Holidays,

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

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BreakingNewsApplesMoms, Eat Your Vegetables! Your Children Are Watching...

Mothers' Diets Have Biggest Influence on Children Eating Healthy, Study Suggests

As health professionals search for ways to combat the rise in obesity and promote healthy eating, new research reveals a mother's own eating habits - and whether she views her child as a 'picky eater' - has a huge impact on whether her child consumes enough fruits and vegetables.

A study by professor Mildred Horodynski of Michigan State University's College of Nursing looked at nearly 400 low-income women (black and non-Hispanic white) with children ages 1-3 enrolled in Early Head Start programs. Results show toddlers were less likely to consume fruits and vegetables four or more times a week if their mothers did not consume that amount or if their mothers viewed their children as picky eaters.

"What and how mothers eat is the most direct influence on what toddlers eat," Horodynski said. "Health professionals need to consider this when developing strategies to increase a child's consumption of healthy foods. Diets low in fruit and vegetables even at young ages pose increased risks for chronic diseases later in life."  The research was published recently in the journal Public Health Nursing.

When mothers viewed their children as picky eaters - unwilling to try nonfamiliar foods - a decrease also was seen in the amount of fruits and vegetables consumed.

"Perceptions of a toddler as a picky eater may be related to parenting style or culture," Horodynski said. "Mothers who viewed their children as picky eaters may be more lax in encouraging the consumption of fruits and vegetables."

Previous research shows that early repeated exposure to different types of foods is needed; up to 15 exposures may be needed before it can be determined if a child likes or dislikes a food.

Horodynski's study, which collected information from mothers from 28 Michigan counties, also revealed differences among race: Black mothers and toddlers did not consume as much fruits and vegetables as non-Hispanic whites, though a majority of all study subjects fell below recommended U.S. dietary guidelines.

"Special attention must be given to family-based approaches to incorporating fruits and vegetables into daily eating habits," she said. "Efforts to increase mothers' fruit and vegetable intake would result in more positive role modeling."

In addition, Horodynski said, public health nurses and other health professionals must play an important role in enhancing mothers' awareness of the importance of health eating.  "Mother needs to have the knowledge and confidence to make these healthy decisions for their children," she said.

ScienceDaily, Dec. 16, 2010

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by Catherine Ebeling, RN BSN
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How to Increase Your Odds of Surviving Breast Cancer

A diagnosis of breast cancer can make you re-evaluate your lifestyle and diet. Can you make any significant changes after the fact? Is it too late? No, says the research.

Studies of survival from breast cancer have looked at diet and lifestyle both before and after diagnosis. The examination of diet and lifestyle before diagnosis can provide information about the cancer formation and possibly the reaction to treatment, but examination of diet and lifestyle after diagnosis has the advantage of evaluating behaviors that can be changed.

Does a woman's diet after her diagnosis with breast cancer affect her survival?

There are only a couple of published studies thus far that have investigated the relationship between diet and survival after breast cancer diagnosis. Although the results are promising, it is much too early to tell if these results will be confirmed until more research is done.

One extensive study examined diet after diagnosis and survival of women enrolled in the Nurses Health Study. In this study, the 1,982 women who developed breast cancer were followed for an average of 13 years.

1,200 of these women had breast cancer that had not metastasized. Women in this group who ate the largest amounts of poultry, total protein, and omega-3 fatty acids (from oils found in grass fed meats and fish) had a statistically significant lower risk of death than women who ate the least amounts of these foods and nutrients. Women who ate more fiber, fish, and vegetables also had a lower risk of death than women who ate less of these foods and nutrients.

For the women without cancer metastases, a statistically significant higher rate of death was reported among those who ate larger amounts of hydrogenated oils found in processed baked foods...



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Dr. Al Sears
Turn Off Your Obesity Gene

By: Al Sears, MD

Dear Health-Conscious Reader,

Have you resigned yourself to gaining weight because it "runs in the family?"  Bad genetics doesn't have to catch up with you. You can change your genes simply by making a few adjustments to your diet.(1)

When you eat certain foods, nutrients release hormones that switch your genes on and off. The nutrients in low-glycemic foods turn off genes that lead to weight gain and diseases that may follow.

We found this out when we studied the response to the glycemic index (GI) in people who have metabolic syndrome.
The glycemic index measures how fast your food breaks down to sugar in your bloodstream. Metabolic syndrome is a medical term for overweight people whose cholesterol, triglycerides and blood sugar levels are high. It puts them at risk for diabetes, heart attack and stroke.

In the study, one group ate foods with a low GI rating of 40-60. The other group ate foods with a high GI rating of about 80-100.

In just 12 weeks, the high GI diet increased the activity of 62 genes that lead to disease. These genes activate your stress response. It puts your body in a constant "fight or flight" mode. This lowers your immunity and causes damage to your cells. 

But the low GI diet decreased the activity of 71 disease-causing genes, including hormone-sensitive lipase (HSL).(2)
High HSL is what causes fat to settle around your middle.(3)

But when scientists studied animals bred to have little HSL, they found the animals became resistant to obesity, whether it was hereditary or from diet.(4)

I suggest you eat a wide variety of low GI foods. Follow the example handed down by our primal ancestors. Choose foods you could have gotten either by hunting or gathering:
  • Eat fresh, low-glycemic foods. Look for grass-fed beef, fish, beans, plenty of above-ground and green, leafy vegetables, onions and garlic, berries, nuts and seeds and fresh fruits.
  • Avoid high-glycemic foods. These include white potatoes, most grains such as rice, corn, and wheat, cereals, cereal bars and low-fiber or sweetened foods.
  • Shun pre-packaged items and fast food. These products contain high-glycemic ingredients and artificial chemicals. Avoid sweetened foods and diet foods. Foods like these turn on the genes responsible for weight gain and disease.(5)
Finally, if you have a family history of disease, you may want to supplement with additional nutrients:
  • Pick up a multi-vitamin and mineral supplement that contains high levels of B vitamins such as B12 and folate. These two vitamins directly contribute to DNA health. I recommend at least 100 mcg per day of vitamin B12 and 800 mcg of folate.
  • MSM is a great detoxifier known to keep your DNA healthy. You can take 900 mg up to 3 times a day.
  • SAMe is a nutrient you won't find in food, but you can buy supplements at your local vitamin shop. This is one of the best-known for DNA protection. Take 200-1,600 mg daily.
To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD

Editors 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.

1.    D Ornish, MJ Magbanua, G Weidner, et al, "Changes in prostate gene expression in men undergoing anintensive nutrition and lifestyle intervention," Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 2008;105 8369-8374

2.    Kallio P, Kolehmainen M, Laaksonen DE, et al, "Dietary carbohydrate modification induces alterations in gene expression in abdominal subcutaneous adipose tissue in persons with the metabolic syndrome: the FUNGENUT Study," Am J Clin Nutr 2007; 85:1417-27
3.    Carlsson, E. et al, "The hormone-sensitive lipase C-60G promoter polymorphism is associated with increased waist circumference in normal-weight subjects, hormone-sensitive lipase and obesity," International Journal of Obesity 2006, Sept;30: 1442-1448
4.    Sekiya M, Osuga JL, Okazaki H, et al, "Absence of hormone-sensitive lipase inhibits obesity and adipogenesis in Lep ob/ob mice," J Biol Chem 2004;279:15084-90
5.    Salsberg SL, Ludwig DS., "Putting your genes on a diet: the molecular effects of carbohydrate." Am J Clin Nutr. 2007 May; 85(5):1169-70
6.    Paolo Raggi, et al, "Coronary Artery Calcium to Predict All-Cause Mortality in Elderly Men and Women." J Am Coll Cardiol 2008 52: 17-23

shaneShane Ellison, M.S.


Avoid MSG: America's Number One Grocery-Store Fat Trap
By: Shane "The People's Chemist" Ellison   www.thepeopleschemist.com
The following is an excerpt from Over the Counter Natural Cures by Shane Ellison, MS.  For more information, you can buy the book here.
I recently bought some beef jerky, ignoring the label and assuming that because it was jerky, it was good food.  But when my wife tried it, what was supposed to be a light, healthy snack turned into an all-out beef-eating binge.  Right before she threw her head back to dump the remaining portion of food into her mouth, my wife turned the bag over to read the ingredients in fine print.  Instantly she gasped, "Why the heck did you buy this?  It's loaded with MSG!"

MSG stands for monosodium glutamate, and its fat fertilizer on steroids.  It's the number one grocery-store fat trap.  A grocery-store fat trap is nothing more than a scheme by food manufacturers to make you eat more of something that you think is healthy - like beef jerky, seeds, or nuts.  They are great for a company's bottom line but really bad for your "bottom."

MSG transforms people into eating machines.  It was originally used to convert healthy rats into diabetic rats to learn more about diabetes.  Once consumed, MSG sets into motion a ravenous chemical cascade that begins with spiked blood sugar and insulin, and ends with feel-good molecules known as endorphins.

Intoxicated with artificial feel-good, courtesy of MSG, our brains are unable to sense overeating and demand more, more, more.  The excess calories get stored in your bottom, big time.  Ultra-sensitive to the Frankenfood-induced pig-out, I've even heard of kids accidentally biting their fingers off when under the influence of MSG.  Well...not off, but their fingers were bleeding.

From beef jerky to bread and even spaghetti sauce, MSG has infiltrated most foods and turned each one into a fat trap.  Avoid it at all cost!  MSG has several aliases you can watch for, including hydrolyzed vegetable protein, hydrolyzed protein, hydrolyzed plant protein, plant protein extract, sodium caseinate, calcium caseinate, yeast extract, textured protein, autolyzed yeast, and hydrolyzed oat flour.

The white, crystalline amino acid is made in a lab and then added to meat products (and most canned or packaged foods) under the auspices of "enhancing flavor."  One small problem: it doesn't have any flavor.  It just enhances overeating.  But anything that enhances the bottom line is labeled as enhancing flavor. 

Some things are worth dying for.  The MSG fat trap is not.  If you want to control blood sugar, live thin and slim, or just avoid eating your body weight in beef, be alert to these common grocer-store fat traps.  You might have to dedicate an extra twenty minutes to shopping, but after that you'll never fall victim to them again. 


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.

Shane was recently featured on PBS discussing his book, Over the Counter Natural Cures.  Watch the video to learn about hidden dangers affecting your health daily - and the simple ways you can help prevent diabetes and cancer!
serranoDr. Eric Serrano M.D., M.S., B.C.
Eric Seranno
Dr. Serrano,

I have a question or two.  I am a 50 year old female, 5'3" and 123 lbs.  I am a personal trainer and RN.  I practice what I preach.  I exercise regularly  (strength and intervals/plymetrics for my cardio). I also teach a strength/"cardio" class twice weekly.  I am very diligent with my diet.  I usually have a pretty large breakfast (I workout and train clients afterwards) that usually consists of egg/eggs with veggies (spinach/ mushrooms/tomatoes/onion), a piece of Ezekiel bread with about 1-2 tsp almond butter, berries (1/2 to 3/4C) and 1/2C plain greek yogurt topped with cinnamon, flax and raw nuts.  Sometimes it will be oatmeal with the fruit and yogurt/nuts.

A snack might be a protein shake with a 1/2 banana, or cottage cheese with a bit of fruit and nuts. Lunch is usually a large salad with all kinds of veggies, some sort of lean protein, snack is hummus and veggies, or cottage cheese or apple/nuts and dinner is a lean protein and a salad and some sort of other veggie.  I drink probably approx 60 oz of water per day plus other fluids.

One question is that with all the fiber I consume and what I think is an appropriate amount of fluids how is it that I can still have issues with constipation?  I have been this way for years and sometimes think this is just the way I am.  My MO is that i'll go 2-3 days without a BM, not always but most times.  I consume fruits and veggies at almost every meals, (I do incorporate beans as well but probably only 1-2 times a week).  I eat few grains and put in a small sweet potato here and there.  Do I need to increase my fluids more?  I have tried that but doesn't seem to make a difference.  Am I not consuming enough complex carbs (my diet is mostly fibrous carbs.)  By the way, I do get an appropriate amount of fat through nuts, avocados, olive oil and my proteins and fish oil supplements.  

I'm just wondering about a fluid absorption problem?  I have enough yogurt to be getting the probiotics.  Just seems like I am drinking enough (cause I pee all the time) but for some reason the GI system is a bit sluggish.
Any suggestions??

Thanks so much for taking the time to read this. 


Dear Dianne,

Congratulations on your achievement and your awesome dedication, wow. I am going to answer this question and a lot of readers may not like my answer:

I am a walking test tube, and I also had some issues with constipation here and there, but what I found out after years of testing myself and having access to a ton of patients is that every person is different but I might be able to give you some guidelines.
  1. Each person has something that makes them constipated or go to the bathroom.
  2. I can load a person with fiber and nothing happens, even though that person is drinking plenty of liquids.
  3. You can also eat almost perfect and go to the bathroom less because of good absorption.
  4. Probiotics do make a huge difference - how?  By reaching some type of threshold in your gut signaling that you must go once you reach a certain amount of bacteria or killed a certain amount.  I have found this only works with high-end probiotics, the best two are Klaire and Innate.
  5. Dairy, peanut butter, and many grains can be very constipating for certain people.
  6. Certain populations depend on coffee to go to the bathroom, and if they drink all the time then the quantity might be huge.
  7. Check your thyroid, including TSH, free T4, free T3.
  8. Eat a food that you are allergic to, it will make you go to the bathroom, maybe as a protection mechanism.
  9. Enzymes, including lipase, HCL, proteases and others are sometimes missing, causing slowing of the gut due to the lack of signals.
  10. Certain supplements are very constipating especially if supplements are made from dairy.
  11. Stress can cause both constipation and diarrhea so you can alternate.
  12. Sorry, but you are not getting enough from the yogurt.  It is a myth if you depend on the yogurt intake for your source of bacteria, and if you are having problems with dairy it can make it worse.
Dianne, I hope these guidelines help you discover what your problem is, and by the way any other symptoms like hair, bloating or pain?

Good luck,

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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30 Minute Rapid Fat Burning Arm Workout

By: Scott Mendelson
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I need to lose body fat and would love to get some better arm development.  My life is so busy that I figure out my work-out on the way to the gym and this can be a stressful process even before I pick up a weight.  If I push myself will I see good results no matter what the plan includes?



NO!  There must be method to the madness to earn the best results.  With the New Year arriving shortly you should review the Goal Achievement Strategies article I just sent you.  A critical element to success is working both hard and smart.  You must use the correct methods for your needs to earn the fastest rate of progress.  Setting goals is an important step in the right direction, however the strategies used to achieve these goals is most important.

There is a huge difference between exercising and training.  Over the last ten years working with thousands of satisfied clients I have come to the conclusion that most of the general public simply exercises.  They go to the gym with a vague plan in mind, but no specific strategy. They break a sweat and feel tired afterward, leading them to believe they have been productive.  Yes, some simple exercise is better than nothing as it will burn some calories, however there so much more you can achieve with the right routine. 

"Training" is making use of a program that is designed to reach a specific result.  The exercises, speed of reps, reps, rest periods and other factors are clearly defined and arranged in way not only to burn off calories, but also to stimulate muscles into growth or activating fat burning hormones.  Years of polling and collecting data from both the general public and my clients leads me to the conclusion that those who are training with the right techniques will make progress 2.5 - 3 times faster than the general public who are merely going through the motions with exercise.

Training vs. Just Going Through the Motions

During your most recent phase of training did you have a plan that enabled you to improve work output each week?  You must push the body to do more each week in some way to create a beneficial response.  Many trainees have been falsely led to believe that doing more work is the only way to promote progress, but this often leads to over training.  Improving the quality of work and performing work in less time that previous workouts are more efficient pathways to success.  How is this accomplished? 


Following a series of bad food choices or just more of the holiday foods that we all love, a Fat Cell Cleansing Protocol is an excellent way to recalibrate fat cells to turn off fat storage and activate fat burning!  The Fat Cell status plays a critical role in the success equation.  Play your cards right and every workout and day of proper eating can be much more productive in several ways.

Email Scott@infinityfitness.com for your free copy of the Fat Cell Cleansing Special report and the Goal Achievement Strategies File to support your rapid success in 2011.

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I want to thank you for the discount you are giving those who have ordered once.  I will definitely be using it right after the holidays.

I also wanted to tell you that both my husband and I are hooked totally on your meat now.  I have gotten grass fed meat from our local market and I could see the difference from regular meat, but what is offered is very limited and so I wanted to search out a source for more variety.  I found your site and heard that it was a good place to shop so placed my first order with you.

We have tried the beef hot dogs, the sandwich steaks and the preformed hamburger patties.  All three things far surpassed the other grass fed that we have been eating.  We couldn't believe the difference. It has much more flavor.  The other thing we noticed was that we could eat more of your meat and not feel overstuffed or uncomfortable in the stomach at the end of the meal.

Thank you very much for making such a fine product available to us.


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recipeGala Beef Tenderloins

Beef TenderloinIngredients:
  1. Season fillets with salt and pepper. In a large skillet, heat 1 tablespoon butter and oil over medium-high heat.
  2. Cook fillets for 5-8 minutes on each side or until meat reaches desired doneness. Remove and keep warm.
  3. In the same skillet, saute onion and garlic in remaining butter for 1 minute. Add beef stock; cook and stir for 1 minute.
  4. Stir in parsley and browning sauce if desired. Drizzle over beef.
Yield: 6 servings

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