As the awareness of our food supply’s impact on climate change and the environment grows, consumers have begun to seek out more sustainable food options like regeneratively raised grass-fed and finished beef.
What are the health benefits of eating offal? If you’re unfamiliar with the term offal, it's organ meat, and refers to animal parts that aren’t typically consumed, including liver, kidneys, heart, brain, and other muscle meats that come from cows, pigs, and poultry.
Collagen has been emerging as a popular supplement over the past few years, and for good reason! It turns out our ancestors may have known a thing or two about the power of utilizing the whole animal for our body’s health and wellbeing, including that special substance that makes our skin and bones so strong.
“You are what your food eats.” We take in all of the nutrients (and anti-nutrients in some cases like hormones, bad bacteria, and antibiotics) from the foods we eat, which is why it is so important to understand where the quality of our food fits into our priorities.
A record number of Americans are living with diabetes or pre-diabetes. Obesity affects approximately 40% of the population which is a leading risk factor for developing diabetes. One in five Americans already has diabetes and one in three have pre-diabetes.
What is Regenerative Agriculture?
We get this question almost daily as consumers are increasingly more interested in understanding the environmental impact their food and purchasing decisions have on the planet.
Optimal health begins with optimal nutrition. With all the supplements, powders, pills and shakes on the market today it is difficult to know where “optimal” nutrition begins. All these products are claiming to be the best supplement ever…”get ripped”, “deliver more protein”, “lose weight”, “huge gains” etc are all nonsense.