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 Eat Like a Caveman!   

March 6, 2011   Monticello, Missouri
Dear John,
Spring Grazing

March has come in like a lamb here in Northeast Missouri.  We have been blessed with 50 degree weather most of the week and all the snow has finally melted.  Hopefully it stays this way!  Be sure and visit our March Recipe Page for several St. Patrick's Day inspired dishes.  The Irish Stew is one of our office favorites!

Now is a great time to stock up on our super-healthy Beef Head Cheese, as it is on sale this week.  Head Cheese isn't as scary as it sounds.  We start with our 75% lean ground beef, which is loaded with CLA and omega 3's, and add in beef tongue and heart, which is a health powerhouse itself.  Beef Heart contains plenty of CoQ10, which helps protect against cancer and is only found naturally in animal meats.  Head Cheese is precooked so it is ready to slice and eat.  For those of you who aren't crazy about the taste of Beef Heart, this is a great way to sneak it into your diet.  It is also great for kids and an easy snack to make - simply slice and serve with raw cheese!

Eat like a caveman!  It seems that our favorite diet is catching on.  ABC News recently featured a story about the caveman diet, and the growing popularity of crossfit gyms, and how the two go hand-in-hand.  Check out this neat clip for more details.  If you are part of a crossfit gym and are interested in getting healthy meats for your members - simply email us for details on our wholesale or affiliate programs!  For more reasons to start a "caveman" diet, be sure and read Catherine's article below for an eye-opening look on the typical American diet, and the key ingredients found in more than 1/3 of grocery store products. 

The US Wellness Crew had an amazing meal last Sunday evening at Thyme Square Cafe's Feature Farmer Dinner.  This five course meal featured our Beef Brisket, Whole Chicken, Rabbit Striploin and Lamb Chops.  Be sure and visit our blog for the full story and photos.  Thank you again to Chef Cory Shupe and his staff for a delicious dinner! 
Best Regards,

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

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Antioxidants in Pecans May Contribute to Heart Health and Disease Prevention       


PecansA new research study from Loma Linda University (LLU) demonstrates that naturally occurring antioxidants in pecans may help contribute to heart health and disease prevention; the results were published in the January 2011 issue of The Journal of Nutrition.


Pecans contain different forms of the antioxidant vitamin E - known as tocopherols, plus numerous phenolic substances, many of them with antioxidant abilities. The nuts are especially rich in one form of vitamin E called gamma-tocopherols. The findings illustrate that after eating pecans, gamma-tocopherol levels in the body doubled and unhealthy oxidation of LDL (bad) cholesterol in the blood decreased by as much as 33 percent. Oxidized LDLs may further contribute to inflammation in the arteries and place people at greater risk of cardiovascular problems.


"Our tests show that eating pecans increases the amount of healthy antioxidants in the body," says LLU researcher Ella Haddad, DrPH, associate professor in the School of Public Health department of nutrition. "This protective effect is important in helping to prevent development of various diseases such as cancer and heart disease."


These findings are from a research project designed to further evaluate the health benefits of pecans, according to Dr. Haddad. She analyzed biomarkers in blood and urine samples from study participants (a total of 16 men and women between the ages 23 and 44) who ate a sequence of three diets composed of whole pecans, pecans blended with water, or a control meal of equivalent nutrient composition. The pecan meals contained about three ounces of the nut. Samples were taken prior to meals and at intervals up to 24 hours after eating.


Following the test meals composed of whole pecans and blended pecans, researchers found that amounts of gamma-tocopherols (vitamin E) in the body doubled eight hours after both meals, and oxygen radical absorbance capabilities (ORAC - a scientific method for measuring antioxidant power in the blood) increased 12 and 10 percent respectively two hours after the meals. In addition, following the whole-pecan meal, oxidized LDL cholesterol decreased by 30 percent (after 2 hours), 33 percent (after 3 hours), and 26 percent (after 8 hours).


"This study is another piece of evidence that pecans are a healthy food," says Dr. Haddad. "Previous research has shown that pecans contain antioxidant factors. Our study shows these antioxidants are indeed absorbed in the body and provide a protective effect against diseases."


Research from Loma Linda University published earlier in the Journal of Nutrition showed that a pecan-enriched diet lowered levels of LDL cholesterol by 16.5 percent - more than twice the American Heart Association's Step I diet, which was used as the control diet in that study. Similarly, the pecan-enriched diet lowered total cholesterol levels by 11.3 percent (also twice as much as the Step I diet).



ScienceDaily, 2/28/2011

Loma Linda University Adventist Health Sciences Center


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Catherine Ebeling

The American Feedlot

By: Catherine Ebeling, RN, BSN

America is turning into one big gigantic feedlot...and WE are the cattle.

In the same way that commercially raised cattle are now living on a diet that consists mostly of corn, wheat, and soy products, so too, is the American public.

Like it or not, these industrialized farm products have found their way into our food supply in thousands of insidious ways.

From the myriad of packaged, processed items available at the grocery store, all the way to the commercially raised meats - corn, wheat and soy seem to be on the ingredient list if you look long enough.

Our American diet is not balanced.  It's heavily weighted with grain, grain-based food products (foods and drinks laced with high fructose corn syrup and other grain-type additives), and grain-fed livestock products.

About a third of your local supermarket's 45,000 ingredients have corn, wheat or soy products or their derivatives in them. 

The worst of these grains is corn.  Corn is the most abundant grain produced in America!

From high fructose corn syrup, to cornstarch, corn flour, corn bran, to the meat that was raised on corn-and much less obvious, leavenings and lecithin, mono-, di-, and triglycerides, the golden coloring, and even citric acid can all be derived from corn.

Once milled, refined and restructured, corn can become any number of things, from ethanol for the gas tank to dozens of edible products, like the thickener in a milkshake, the hydrogenated oil in margarine, the modified cornstarch that binds the pulverized meat in a McNugget and most dangerous of all, the nearly unavoidable sweetener known as high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS). On the market for about thirty years, HFCS has been snuck into every nook and cranny of the food system...




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Dr. Al Sears 

Antibiotics in Your Dinner?  

By: Al Sears, MD

Dear Health-Conscious Reader,

You're in the "meats" section of your local grocery store, doing just what modern diet advice advises. You're looking for the leanest cut of meat you can find to feed your family for dinner.

Unfortunately, even though you are trying to do the right thing, it doesn't matter which cut you choose. You're still going to get an overdose of hormones and antibiotics.

Ever since 1946, commercial farmers have been adding antibiotics to their livestock feed. In fact, over 70 percent of antibiotics in the United States are used on healthy farm animals.(1)

Farmers also discovered that if they gave their livestock hormones, the animals would grow and get fatter much faster.  They're still doing this today - increasing their profits by artificially causing the animals to grow beyond their natural capacity and using antibiotics to keep them alive long enough to become steak and chops.  And when antibiotics are overused, they lose their effectiveness against bacteria. These bacteria can evolve in what's often referred to as a "superbug," or bacteria that are unresponsive to antibiotics.

So when you eat this meat, you're ingesting the same antibiotics that were fed to the animal. This can suppress your immune system and your body can become antibiotic-resistant as well.

1.  Eat grass-fed meats.
The meat from animals raised on grass has three distinct advantages over grain-fed meat in addition to the benefits of it having more B vitamins, vitamin E and zinc, which all aid your immunity:
  • CLA - Grass-fed beef has two to five times more CLA than the grain-fed variety.(2) CLA is conjugated linoleic acid, a newly discovered "good fat" that does two things for you. First, it helps offset the effects of antibiotics in your food.(3) But it also helps reduce your total body fat.(4)
  • Selenium - A study from the University of Nebraska found that grass-fed buffalo had four times the selenium of grain-fed buffalo.(5) Why is selenium important? Because selenium deficiency suppresses your immune system, interfering with its ability to fight infection and lowering your resistance to disease. And you won't get enough from grain-fed animals because they get it from eating grass.
  • Carotenoids - You don't have to eat carrots all day to get enough of this nutrient that promotes eye and macular health. Grass-fed beef has up to four times more beta-carotene than grain-fed beef.(6)
2. Eat foods to boost your immunity. Your stomach is where the food goes after you eat it, so taking care of your gut is one of the best ways to improve your immunity. You can help your stomach with:
  • Spirulina - This is just one of many green foods that keep your stomach healthy. But Spirulina also has chelation activity that binds to toxins in your body to help rid yourself of impurities. You can get spirulina in green drinks or capsules.
  • Onion and Garlic - There are a lot of good cleansing foods, but two powerful ones are onion and garlic, which are from the same family. They have a compound called allicin, which is antimicrobial.
  • Sweet Potatoes - Not only are they delicious, sweet potatoes also contain manganese. And if you want to supercharge your immune system, you want to make sure you get enough of this mineral. That's because it's required for your body to make its most powerful antioxidant, superoxide dismutase (SOD). It's your body's "master" antioxidant, and its power to fight off free radicals is second to none. Compared to vitamin C, this nutrient is 3,500 times stronger.(7)

3. Take live probiotics - Antibiotics were designed to wipe out harmful bacteria. But you also have good bacteria in your stomach that help you digest food. The problem is, antibiotics destroy ALL bacteria, good and bad. Probiotics are live "good guy" bacteria that restore balance in your stomach. Probiotics also prevent the overgrowth of harmful bacteria in your digestive system. But not all probiotics are made equally. Poor-quality probiotics have such a short shelf life that the majority of the "live" organisms are dead before you ever open the bottle. And any that do survive will be destroyed by your stomach acid, bile salts, pepsin and pancreatin before they actually make it to your stomach. But the good ones, like my Primal Force probiotics, are made for long shelf life. And they're designed to survive and make it into your system. Take at least one a day.

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 Peak, N., Knapp, C., Yang, R., "Abundance of six tetracycline resistance genes in wastewater lagoons at cattle feedlots with different antibiotic use strategies," Environmental Biology 2007; V9, 143-151

2 French, P. et al, "Fatty Acid Composition, Including Conjugated Linolenic Acid, of Intramuscular Fat from Steers Offered Grazed Grass, Grass Silage, or Concentrate-Based Diets," J. Anim. Sci. 2003; 78, (11): 2849-55

3 Weber, T.E., Schinckel, A.P., Houseknecht, K.L., et al, "Evaluation of conjugated linoleic acid and dietary antibiotics..." J. Anim. Sci. 2001; 79:2542-2549

4 Wadstein, Thom. E, Gudmundsen J., "Conjugated linoleic acid reduces body fat in healthy exercising humans," J. Int. Med. Res. Sep-Oct 2001; 29(5):392-6

5 Marchello, Martin, "Nutrient Composition of Grass- and Grain-Finished Bison," Great Plains Research 2001

6 Prache, S., Priolo, A., et al, "Persistence of carotenoid pigments in the blood of concentrate-finished grazing sheep: its significance for the traceability of grass-feeding," J. Anim. Sci. 2003; 81(2): 360-7

7 Colman, J., "Life Span-Increasing Effects of Super Oxide Dismutase (SOD)," LEM Winter 2005/2006

serranoDr. Eric Serrano MD, MS, BC
Eric SerannoDr. Serrano,

I have been enjoying the meats that I have purchased from US Wellness Meats, especially the dried beef as it is a great snack to get me through the day.  I have also enjoyed the effects of minimizing the grains in my diet while increasing the quality of meats that I eat.  That is how I found US Wellness Meats.
My question to you is more about my daughter.  To avoid a long explanation, I will just ask if there really is anything to the Gluten (and other protein molecules like it) concerns and how do I determine if my daughter is sensitive to these, as I understand them to be reproductive proteins of grass type grains?
I believe my daughter is becoming more and more self-conscious about her build as she listens to the comments of her friends, cousins and even her dance teachers.  She is not as tall as I might expect, given my height of 6'3" and the height of her older brother and sister and younger brother.  While she is not fat, she is not skinny either.  In fact, I would say she is just right if not for her belly.  She has worked hard to make good food choices, does dance and gymnastics by her own choice for four hours a week, and recently trained for and completed a five kilometer run.  My wife and I noticed that while she slimmed up a bit, showing some of the curves a young lady starts to develop, the belly persisted.  I would hate to pursue a special diet, with all the attention it gives, if it is not necessary. Most importantly, I don't like to see her struggle with finding the energy to pursue athletic endeavors.
I want to keep an open mind as to what, if anything, is affecting her digestion and/or metabolism.  Any suggestions or insights you might give would be greatly appreciated.


Dear Robert,


I feel for you because I have four daughters and one son and it is very hard to keep up with them.  I am very sorry about your situation because she is going to be taller than the usual dancer although I don't know how tall the mother is.  But based on what you are telling me she is on her way "up."

You did not mention how old is your daughter but I wouldn't use any "diet" with her, instead I would concentrate on a healthy style of eating.  You said she "lost weight" but you don't tell me what kind of weight.  She also keeps her "belly" but you don't tell me if it is a young girls belly, a bloated belly, constipated or fat belly, so with the little that I have i am going to make assumptions that might be wrong but here they are:  

  1. Water - multiply her body weight in pounds X 0.6 = ounces to drink daily
  2. Eat proteins and vegetables with every meal then add fats and small portions of carbohydrates
  3. Do not put pressure on your daughter about dieting
  4. Kids are very cruel - make sure you are always there for her and treat her mother like a queen
  5. Give her a hug every day and tell her how important she is to you
  6. You will become the biggest, most positive influence in your daughters life
  7. Take into consideration that some dance instructors make harsh comments and also overwork them
  8. Make it not only a balanced nutrition program, but a balanced lifestyle
  9. Keep away from juices and artificial sweeteners
  10. Make sure you know who her friends are at all times, and make sure she makes friends out of dancing, so there is a balance
  11. If you really think she needs to lose weight, make sure she consumes most of her starches after workouts, like rice, sweet potatoes and fruits. Why? That way she will be at home and you can tell if she is getting bloated because she is consuming too much starch or maybe allergic to the type of starch        
  12. Is she going to the bathroom everyday?
  13. Consume only organic source of protein, fats and fruits 

Thank you,

Dr. Serrano
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Answers will appear in future issues of the Newsletter and News Alert under your first name only. 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 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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Why Eating Too Little and Overtraining Increases Body Fat Levels  


By: Scott Mendelson




We have a vacation set in April for Sunny Florida, but we are both afraid we will be embarrassed by how we look on the beach if we do not get in gear now to lose some body fat and shape up!  My husband and I are by no means fat, but we have some unsightly stuff in the trouble spots that make wearing a bathing suit generate big anxiety if you know what I mean.  Last year we were short of our goals for a trip to Florida and I think our strategy was not so good.  We were working out 6 days per week, 1.5-2 hours each session using weight training for one hour and then cardio for 30 min right after. Progress was not so good even when we kept cutting back the amounts of food.  Want went wrong?   



Chicago, IL 




Sometimes we are our own worst enemies! The first obvious problem is over-training.  80% of the population does too little work and 20% does way too much in my estimation, reviewing thousands of training journals each year.  An over-trained status creates a hormonal disaster that will increase body fat levels and decrease lean muscle tissue.  Females are more notorious for over-training using a combination of excessive cardio with a low caloric intake, while some Men would prefer to live in the gym through sheer determination.  Dr. Serrano conducted a great audio interview discussing several topics, including how he helped two female fitness competitors earn a lower body fat level.

Work Harder and Smarter to Earn Better Results

Consistent execution of the right methods ensures the fastest possible rate of success.  Get professional help to make sure your hard work pays off!  Here is the good news: you both have a strong work ethic, otherwise you would have quit a long time ago.  The first thing I would aim to do with clients in your situation would be to channel more energy into the quality of work defined by intensity and cutting back the volume. 

In a vast majority of cases like yours I can pack in more weight training work than you fit in 1 hour into 30 minutes by putting together the right sequence of super sets with short rest periods.  Pairing the right exercises along with other elements cuts recovery time between sets through a neurological phenomenon.  Packing more work into less time is vital for activating fat burning hormones while minimizing the catabolic hormones associated with body fat deposition and muscle wasting.

Weight Training for Fat Loss

The key is using short rest periods with the right sequence of exercises.  There are many different individual factors to consider when designing a routine and the below serves as a great example.  Using four exercises in a group allows for certain muscles to rest while others are working at full capacity which is vital so that the intensity level can remain very high.  For example, after doing a set of 45 degree incline db presses the muscles involved will be fatigued, but there will be six minutes that pass due to the other exercises being performed before doing this exercise again allowing for adequate recovery time so that a high level of effort can be applied for the second set.  Doing low weight loads just so that the rest periods can be short is not productive...


Email Scott@infinityfitness.com for a complementary copy of a fat burning weight training routine, the 10 minute Interval Fat Loss workout and the Zero Tolerance Fat Loss Nutrition Plan! 


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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Beef Steaks with Curried Onion-Plum Sauce 


Flat Iron SteaksIngredients: 
  • 4 Beef Flat Iron Steaks 
  • 2 tbsp Olive Oil 
  • Salt and pepper   
  • 1/3 cup plum preserves 
  • 2 tbsp Major Grey Mango Chutney 
  • 3/4 tsp curry powder 
  • 1/4 cup water 
  • 1 tbsp fresh lime juice
  • 2 green onions with tops, sliced diagonally
  • 1/4 cup roasted salted peanuts, chopped


  1. Heat oil in large heavy skillet over medium heat until hot. Place steaks in skillet; cook flat iron steaks 13 to 15 minutes or until desired doneness, turning occasionally.  
  2. Season with salt and pepper, as desired. Remove to platter; keep warm. 
  3. Add green onions to skillet; cook and stir 1 to 2 minutes or until golden.  
  4. Stir in preserves, chutney and curry powder. Add water; cook and stir until sauce is hot. Stir in lime juice; remove from heat. 
  5. Spoon sauce over steaks. Sprinkle with peanuts.

Yield: 4 servings


Recipe and photo compliments of Beef It's Whats For Dinner.


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