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Launch of New Featured Chef - and Food Lover's Primal Palate Does It Again! 

August 7, 2011
   Monticello, Missouri
Dear John,
US Wellness Cattle
After making it through the hottest day of the year for us here in Northeast Missouri on Tuesday, we are enjoying a "cool down" with temperatures only in the mid 90's since then.  We are enjoying the summer sun and we are very fortunate that our pastures are still green!

Get the grill out!  We have more grilling favorites on sale this week.  Our stew beef comes in a one pound package and is already cubed and ready for kabobs.  Sandwich Steaks work well with nearly any marinade, and don't take any time at all to cook on the grill.  Add some of our All-Natural BBQ Sauce and lump charcoal to the mix and dinner is served!

Sugar free please!  We get many requests for sugar-free alternatives to some of our best-selling products and over the last few months we are excited to say that we have been able to fill those requests.  Both our beef and pork bacon are now available without any added white sugar, as well as our nitrate-free petite ham.  We know how difficult it is to find pork products without any nitrates or nitrites and we are proud to be able to do that, as well as eliminate the dreaded white sugar!

Big paleo news - our favorite primal bloggers, The Food Lovers Primal Palate have just announced they have secretly been writing their very first cookbook.  We are beyond excited to get our hands on their 450-recipe, 215-picture cookbook that will feature exclusive Primal Palate recipes.  For more information and for a preview of this awesome book, visit the book website or their blog for all the details and be sure to pre-order your copy now!

Speaking of paleo, we are excited to introduce our newest featured chef: Jen Cereghino from the popular blog JensGonePaleo.  Be sure and read her interview for lots of helpful cooking tips, and see our August Grilling Page for some of Jen's amazing recipes along with mouth-watering photos!

We are in the process of updating our webstore and want your opinions!  If you have time to take this quick survey, it will help us when updating and upgrading our current system to make it easier to navigate.  Even better- just for taking time to fill out the survey you will automatically be entered to win one of two $50 US Wellness Gift Certificates!  We truly appreciate your readership and patronage over the last eleven years and look forward to a successful future serving as your grass-fed protein source.

On a somber note, we were reminded again on Saturday the price of freedom is high.  America lost 30 of their most elite service members in Wardak Province, Afghanistan on August 5th. USW is acquainted with several members of this community, and we have the utmost respect for their professionalism, courage, discipline and patriotism.  Take time and say a prayer for all of our forces defending freedom.

Best Regards,

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

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Restocked This Week:Sockeye Salmon    


15% Discount Code Available!


Don't forget to look for the special promo code for a one-time-only 15% discount off your next purchase.  The 7 letter code word can be found in Dr. Al Sears' article and will be spelled in order.  Code will be active Sunday through Tuesday this week.


This code only applies on orders weighing under 40 pounds and excludes all sale items, volume discounts, and gift certificates.  Your order receipt will not show a credit, the code simply changes prices of individual products on your receipt page.  Compare receipt to retail store prices to see the discount.




 Eat it and Beat it  

A Book About Recovery

by Jane Casey 

  • Does someone you know have a child who has Autism?
  • Did you know that Autism is treatable and that children can (and do) recover?
  • Would you like to know how the author used diet to help her children recover from Autism? 

This book delivers a clear and practical approach to treating Autism based on Jane's years of research and trial-and-error methodology. Covering everything from environmental toxins and detox to basic recipes and how to set up your kitchen for success, Eat It and Beat It: Getting Over Autism creates a simple yet functional approach to handling the diet of recovery.

This book is not just about Autism. This book helps anyone who has a child with learning disabilities, such as ADD or ADHD. Jane has incorporated several interesting, and often times emerging, nutritional strategies to help heal her kids. The approach laid out in this book simplifies the daunting process of changing children's diets and improving the physical and mental health of your child.

Order the book at Amazon, for $14.97.

Sugar Bowl About Jane
Jane Casey is an author, a passionate public speaker and amazing cook. She has taught holistic cooking classes around the United States, from Chicago to Portland. She now  blogs about healthy, savory foods and positive thoughts, from her home in Oregon.

As a mother of twins diagnosed with Autism at the age of two-and-a-half, Jane has focused on specific nutritional, dietary and biomedical treatments to heal her children. Today, both children have lost their diagnosis of Autism and are happy, socially engaged 12-year-old boys who laugh and love to play pranks on each other. Jane now uses her experience, research, and success healing her children to help other families recover.

You can read Jane's blog, at http://janecaseyskitchen.com


Our email address is: jane@janecaseyskitchen.com

Call us at: 503.660.3098    


Copyright 2011 Jane Casey, All rights reserved. 


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searsDr. Al Sears, M.D.
Dr. Al Sears


By: Al Sears, MD

Dear Health-Conscious Reader,

I am writing to you from my study at home. I like to write here in the early morning because I can see the sunrise through my study window.

On my desk there's a Tupperware container with some leftover salmon and spinach salad from last night. I pulled it from the fridge for breakfast.  

High protein breakfasts are your best bet to get yourself going in the morning. But nowadays, they're rare.

Do you remember what your parents ate for breakfast? Around my house, eggs and meat were the mainstays. They had the right idea.

When the low-fat craze started decades ago, many turned their backs on the breakfast foods enjoyed 50 or 60 years ago. In their place, bread and cereal products took center stage.

Today, millions of people will reach for doughnuts, muffins, bagels, croissants and hundreds of different cereals during their morning routine. The big food makers even claim their cereals are "heart healthy." That's good for a laugh.


High-carb breakfasts do the opposite of what a good breakfast is supposed to do.

Instead of feeling alert and energetic, today's breakfasts make you fat, slow and tired.

Bagels and doughnuts are fun in the morning, but after the initial buzz, your blood sugar will sharply drop. This will leave you feeling tired and sluggish. You'll also have trouble concentrating. And if you're busy at the office, that's bad news.


Don't forget that spikes in blood sugar trigger a flood of insulin. Do that all the time and you're on the fast track to obesity and chronic disease.


For breakfast, protein is king. It's my favorite meal of the day. I try and change it up to keep it interesting, but meat or fish is always the centerpiece of my morning meal. 

As strange as it may sound to you, fish is a great breakfast food. The Japanese eat fish and vegetables first thing every morning. They have for over fifteen-hundred years.

To go with the meat or fish, I scramble some eggs and add a leafy vegetable - usually spinach. That way, I get a well-rounded meal; complete with lots of protein, essential nutrients and antioxidants.

When I leave the house, I'm full of energy. And I've never missed a day of work for being sick in my life.

If you really need a sugar fix, save it for after you've had your protein. The old habits may be hard to break, but you'll be a lot happier and more productive.


To Your Good Health,

Dr. Al Sears


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.


Kelley Herring

Kelley Herring
We are excited to introduce Kelley Herring as our newest newsletter contributor.  Kelley is the Founder and Editor of Healing Gourmet - the leading provider of organic, sustainable recipes and meal plans for health and weight loss and we are looking forward to sharing her upcoming articles and recipes!


Are You Following a Low Glycemic Diet? 

By: Kelley Herring

If you're filling your plate with salad greens and colorful veggies, accompanied by grass-fed meats, pastured poultry, wild fish and raw nuts and seeds, then you're already enjoying a low-glycemic lifestyle.

For those of you who may be new to this healthy way of eating, you'll soon discover it is a simple and effective way to lose weight, reduce cravings, increase energy, boost mood, quell inflammation, balance hormones and protect against chronic disease.  


But you might be wondering...

What is a Low Glycemic Lifestyle?

The glycemic index (GI) is based on one simple concept: how a food impacts your blood sugar.

You may remember when carbohydrates were primarily classified into two groups: simple and complex.

Simple carbohydrates are sugars, while complex carbohydrates are fibers and starches.

Conventional advice told us that complex carbs were "good", and simple carbs were "bad".

And while we knew that all carbohydrates get broken down into single sugar molecules which are absorbed by the bloodstream and used for energy, we didn't know the rate at which this happens.

Enter the glycemic index.

This system, developed by Dr. Janine Brand-Miller at the University of Sydney and popularized by Harvard doctors, including Dr. Walter Willett, rates foods according to how fast and how high they push blood sugar.

And while the glycemic index is a helpful guide, there's an even better tool: glycemic load (GL).

You see, the glycemic index is a good general guide. But it fails to take one aspect into consideration: amount. And that's really important because it's both quality (the GI rating) and quantity (serving size) of carbohydrate that impacts your blood sugar...and ultimately your health.

While the glycemic index measures glycemic response after consuming a standard amount (50 grams) of carbohydrate from a particular food, the glycemic load ranks foods according to how much carbohydrate is in a regular serving of the food in question.

So, let's put this into practice...


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Ed. Note: Kelley Herring is the Founder and Editor of  Healing Gourmet - the leading provider of organic, sustainable recipes and meal plans for health and weight loss. Be sure to grab Healing Gourmet's free books -Eating Clean & Saving Green: Your Guide to Organic Foods on a Budget (includes 100+ foods at the best prices) and Eat Your Way Into Shape: Flip Your Body's Fat Blasting Switch and Melt 12 Pounds in 2 Weeks (includes a delicious 7 day meal plan!). Go here to claim your free copies.



Shane Ellison, MS

Shane Ellison

Cholesterol-Lowering Pills Still Proving Harmful  


By: Shane "The People's Chemist" Ellison 



You can package anything into a capsule, slap a health claim on it, and label it as healthy.  It doesn't matter if it's a nutritionally-void berry, a synthetic copy-cat of Mother Nature, or even a poison.  It's just too easy to sell pills and make a "killing."  Red yeast rice and other cholesterol lowering drugs prove that I'm not exaggerating.


Beginning in the 1970's, red yeast rice was the focus of study for drug giant Merck.  With funding from your tax dollars, they researched its unique ability to survive in nature by producing a lethal, chemical defense against its predators.   


Scientists found that the poisonous components were a family of compounds that deplete cholesterol and an energizing molecule known as Co-Q10.  Once removed, death via heart failure ensues in the wild. 


Shortsighted, Merck thought that lowering cholesterol with the active ingredients from the yeast would make a blockbuster drug, so they isolated the active ingredients and made one; its name is lovastatin.  Supplement hucksters smelled the money too, and encapsulated the yeast to sell as a natural alternative.  


While they differ in name, red yeast rice and the popular cholesterol-lowering drugs like lovastatin (known technically as statins) are molecular twins, and therefore share the same potential risks.  And they're surfacing more often than a celebrity photos, and being ignored by their makers just the same.


Statins attack muscle fibers.  In their infancy, it became clear that cholesterol lowering drugs caused a painful disorder called rhabdomyolys, which is a fancy term for muscle breakdown.  Scientists at Emory University school of Medicine recently published that, "statin-induced myopathy is a significant clinical problem that contributes considerably to statin therapy discontinuation."   


As muscle fibers get twisted and tangled by statins, the insulin receptor on muscle cells gets jarred too.  This prevents the "sugar taxi" hormone from doing its job, causing blood sugar and insulin levels to rise dangerously.  This same destruction is showing to cause Type II diabetes.  The New York Times reported a "20 percent overall increased risk of diabetes for high-dose statin users, compared to those who don't take the drugs."


Muscle fibers aren't the only things that get twisted and tangled, so do proteins within your brain known as Tau proteins.  Once tangled, they 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 and victims suffer from Lou Gehrig's Disease, ALS.


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.  


Heart disease is not caused by cholesterol, and high cholesterol will never be a risk as outlined in my book, Over-The-Counter Natural Cures.  That means red yeast rice and statins are 100% more risk than they are benefit.   





About the Author: Shane is an award winning chemist with a master's degree in organic chemistry and author of Over-The-Counter Natural Cures.  He has been quoted by USA Today, Shape, Woman's World, as well as Women's Health and has appeared on Fox and NBC to help people separate fact from fiction when it comes to health.  Don't be misled!  Let him help you get your best health and physique FAST.  Read his 5 Deadly Pills Fact Sheet at http://www.thepeopleschemist.com.


serranoDr. Eric Serrano MD, MS, BC
Eric Seranno
Hello Dr. Serrano,

Question 1-
After getting caught up on emails from US Wellness Meats, I find myself confused about Vitamin D. After being found severly deficient (15 was my lab level), my doctor started me on vitamin D. I do get sunshine in the summer, but am not sure if I should stop taking Vitamin D. There were articles saying that the supplement can cause cancer. Which is worse, being severly deficient, or taking the supplement?
Questions 2-
I have Diabetes, Type 1, Hashimotos with a total thyroidectomy in 2005, and PCOS, with only one ovary left, which just went through an ovarian drilling surgery last week. One of my doctors put me on Tapazole to control my brain fog from the thyroglobulin antibodies being so high, but my in-town doctors will not support this and I have to fly out of town once every couple years. Is there a natural way to control thyroid antibodies which are at times greater than 1000 5 years post-surgery? (normal is less than 20).
I eat healthy and have for 15 years. As little soy as possible, grass-fed beef from a local farmer, grass-fed milk from a local farmer and lots of eggs also from a local farmer. Not many processed foods, olive oils, butter and grapeseed oil are what we have in the house, and many organic foods. Weigh 155 pounds and am 5'4", 38-year-old female (obviously). Expect to take off more weight now that my cysts are gone. Current meds are insulin, cytomel, Vitamin D, probiotics and Colostrum.

Question 3:
Are tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis shots still necessary, and bad for you?
Any suggestions for mornign fatigue and brain fogginess? Have had adrenal glands thouroughly checked, and many other organs in my body. All is good. Very sensitive to medications.

Thanks Dr. Serrano,



Dear Deena,  


I will try to answer your questions as best as I can with the small amount of information your are providing.

1.  I will highly recommend that you start taking vitamin D now, and I would consume about 10,000 IU per day for a month, then recheck your levels again.  Do not use the shot but natural vitamin D3 if possible. Note that vitamin D is not only one, but multiple types, like a group, and it is better to get it from food if possible - like cod liver oil, etc.  Or you can get it from Innate Response by calling (800) 634-6342, and use code ser030 that way you will get the whole group or your doctor can prescribe the high dose vitamin D3.

2.  With your history you definitely have food allergies which is why your body is creating antibodies against your own body. I would check with a practitioner close to you so you can get an immunolab test, which will tell you exactly what foods you are allergic to but again by your history you almost for sure will be allergic to dairy and egg proteins.

I do not know what kind of symptoms you are having so I can't make comments about the tapazole but if you were not having symptoms I wouldn't have done that and in addition because the doctor removed your thyroid you are going to need supplementation.

My apologies but I am not familiar with "drilling" of your ovary, but you are going to continue having problems with your hormones if you do not check your allergies.  In addition with your history make sure they check your pancreas, ovaries and adrenal glands just in case.

You are eating healthy but eating soy and I don't agree with eating soy, unless in miso soup or edameme so stop the soy, check for food allergies and start the intake of more fat and more vegetables and red meat and less dairy and eggs.

Your fogginess is coming because you are low in thyroid due to the medicine or your conditions including diabetes, and a person with PCOS and diabetes should be on a very low carbohydrate diet.

3.  Some vaccinations are not bad for you but for certain types of people, and because you have all these conditions related to immune problems I would stay away from certain vaccinations until I resolve or find out what is causing all your problems.  I can't recommend to you to stay away from certain vaccinations with knowing more about you, and if you work in an area that you have to deal with rust at all I would use the tetanus vaccination.

Good Luck,

Dr. Serrano


This is a friendly reminder to email health and wellness questions to eathealthy@grasslandbeef.com for the Dr. Serrano question and answer series.  Answers will appear in future issues of the weekly newsletter under your first name only.  Dr. Serrano has been so kind to offer his expertise to any question involving health and wellness.    

Dr. Serrano has advanced degrees in nutrition, kinesiology and wellness and has a wealth of knowledge from both his farm background, 15 years of clinical experience, and as 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. 

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Athlete Corner - Scott Mendelson Q&A
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Earning a Six Pack in 5 Weeks!


By: Scott Mendelson




I am desperate to have my abs looking good for a beach vacation in September. I have done literally thousands of sit ups and crunches in a week, but my six pack still does not show up.  Obviously I need to drop body fat to make those abs pop out- probably 15 to 20 lbs if I had to guess!  What can I do within 5 weeks to make this happen? 





Earning a great six pack requires a combination of a low body fat level with proper training to develop the core musculature.  My clients will show off a great six pack at anywhere from 10-14% body fat while average Joe using the daily sit up scheme will need to get down to 8% or less for the abs to show well.  A well designed routine will help drastically improve function as well as core muscle definition. The typical approach of daily sit ups, crunches, etc, does not work as this only stimulates a small cross section of the musculature while not allowing enough recovery time for the muscles to improve.  Furthermore those who only do abdominal flexion exercises will develop back pain due an imbalance created by their own mistakes.

Primary and Secondary Core Muscle Training

The core must be trained with a smart approach just like any other muscle group.  There needs to be adequate recovery time between training sessions in order for development to improve.  Primary stimulation is what most people would consider a core workout and this should be done one time per week in a majority of cases.  Additional core work can be done during other weight training sessions by choosing the correct exercises for secondary stimulation.  For example, while training the chest doing a unilateral (1 arm at a time) incline press will force the core muscles to stabilize the body throughout the entire movement adding to the core work load.  Implementing unilateral training is one of the first steps I take with new clients who are in a hurry for a six pack!

There is More to Core Training Than Sit Ups!

The obliques are often ignored by most trainees and this is a big mistake.  Oblique muscles help with twisting movements and if under-developed will leave any trainee more susceptible to injury during even simple household chores.  Prioritizing oblique training is one of the fastest ways to improve core definition as they help the waist appear to be slimmer.  Another area of emphasis should be leg lowering movements which require coordination of abdominal and lower back muscles. A lack of flexibility or muscle imbalances can drive the pelvis forward for an undesirable pop belly look.   Corresponding improvements in posture from proper core training can also bring the body into better alignment giving the appearance of a flatter core...

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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.  

Email new questions for Scott Mendelson via: eathealthy@grasslandbeef.com

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Good Morning~Flank Steak

I just wanted to give you a bit of feedback. I have made a recipe using flank steak  many, many times. Yesterday, for the first time, I used beef from U.S. Wellness and I have to say that a great recipe (from Mark Sisson's cookbook) was made FAR greater using your flank steak!!

Thank you so much for making excellent grass fed beef (and other healthy products) available!!

Have a great day,

Recipe Corner

 Grilled Marinated Sirloin      

  • 1/4 cup lime juice 
  • 1 green onion, finely chopped 
  • 2 tablespoons paprika 
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil 
  • 1 tablespoon finely chopped jalapeno pepper 
  • 1-1/2 teaspoons sugar  
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced  
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano  
  • 1 teaspoon grated lime peel  
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt  
  • 1 beef top sirloin steak (about 1-1/2 pounds)  


  1. In a small bowl, combine the first 10 ingredients. Pour half of the marinade into a large resealable plastic bag; add steak. Seal bag and turn to coat; refrigerate for up to 4 hours. Cover and refrigerate remaining marinade for basting.  
  2. Using long-handled tongs, moisten a paper towel with oil and lightly coat the grill rack. Grill steak, covered, over medium heat for 8-10 minutes on each side or until meat reaches desired doneness.  
  3. Baste with reserved marinade during the last 2 minutes of cooking.


 Yield: 6 servings.

Lime juice is the secret ingredient in this tasty marinade.  This dish is perfect for grilling on warm summer nights, the large top sirloin steak is one of our personal favorites and will feed the whole family! 



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U.S. Wellness requires a $75 minimum purchase and a 7 lb total order minimum. 

The weight minimum is to help ensure everything stays frozen during transit and the price minimum is required since we have built the cost of shipping into the price of the product.  You will only see a $7.50 handling fee at checkout.

The South Carolina Chicken Bundles, and Olive Oil ship from separate locations, so they are not included in the 7 lb weight minimum. 

The shopping cart will keep track and remind you if your order is under the 7 lb limit. 

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On your next order, receive a $25 discount for every 40 lbs you order. This offer excludes items that ship separate such as the South Carolina Chicken and Olive Oil.

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