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grass fed not possible..which supplements are best to take

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Created April 28, 2011 at 8:21 PM

Does anyone recommend any specific supplements if grain fed supermarket beef is all somebody has access to?

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You are so welcome. :)

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Yes, not every cut is always in stock, but most are. The most delicious stuff, like grass fed bacon, is sold out more often. Shipping prices are under 1$ per lb if you get at least 30lbs. On my last order shipping was 76 cents per lb.

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on April 28, 2011
at 11:29 PM

CLA was one I was thinking of...thx

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and sometimes, I dont plan well enough, and go with the supermarket option anyway..so the supplement info is useful

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at 11:20 PM

shipping prices high? in stock year round that you know of?

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I know..I was just looking for answers to pass on to others...family members/clients, who think I'm nuts when I drive two hours to pick 100lbs of meat. thx everyone americangrassfed and texasgrassfed are 2 links I havent seen before..may be helpful in the winter...thx again

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Do this anyway, even if you do find a source..

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Actually, there are grass-fed suppliers near you: http://www.localharvest.org/search.jsp?map=1&lat=42.358664&lon=-71.071293&scale=9&ty=0&nm=prods:beef&zip=02108 Also, Whole Foods and http://www.americangrassfedbeef.com/

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Up your wild fatty fish intake. Try to get pastured eggs and butter and ghee. Limit your chicken because of the omega 6s Read Kurt Harris

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Do this anyway, even if you do find a source..

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If there's not a local place at the links posted by baconbitch, you can order grass fed beef shipped from Slanker's. www.texasgrassfedbeef.com. They also have a huge amount of information on their website. They ship with dried ice, I think they'll ship anywhere in the US without a problem.

With a 30-60lb order, the cheap cuts of steak are not much more than supermarket prices. Extremely good customer service, and they'll automatically split up an order for you if you order for multiple people.

If for some reason this is truly not an option, fish oil is the way to go. Make sure you store it in the freezer as spoiled omega3's will ruin your day.

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on April 28, 2011
at 11:20 PM

shipping prices high? in stock year round that you know of?

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on April 28, 2011
at 11:34 PM

Yes, not every cut is always in stock, but most are. The most delicious stuff, like grass fed bacon, is sold out more often. Shipping prices are under 1$ per lb if you get at least 30lbs. On my last order shipping was 76 cents per lb.

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Look up the differences in nutrients between grass-fed and grain-fed, then take the supplements that aren't in the grain-fed. I don't know all the differences, (and don't have time to look it up, as my daughter is begging for my attention at the moment) but off the top of my head, I'd say CLA, fish oil, and vitamin E. And cut all the fat off of the grain-fed meat.

And yeah, look at the online suppliers. It comes out to like, $6 a pound in the end..which is nice. :)

9f485ea74bc21f9a1d0faa86a7af2bf7

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on April 28, 2011
at 11:29 PM

CLA was one I was thinking of...thx

8a4ce6a9e1ab27616920b828df08b259

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on April 28, 2011
at 11:55 PM

You are so welcome. :)

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