March 23rd, 2012

Depressed? Eat Your Meat!

Ladies, are you depressed or anxious? It’s time to put the right amount of red meat into your diet!

Or so says a recent Australian study which claims that women who cut out red meat were TWICE as likely to suffer from depression or anxiety.


We steak enthusiasts have known for a long time that the right amount of red meat in our diets does wonders for us. Mentally and physically.

Now here’s proof!

Want to know more about this study? Click here.

And let’s all raise our forks to our health!!!

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September 7th, 2011

Gluten-Free Steak


If you have any dietary restrictions, you know how frustrating it can be to find a meal you LOVE that fits all your criteria.

Our friends who either choose to be gluten free or must eat gluten free often have a difficult time with this, especially when eating out.

Yet another reason to make fantastic meals at home!

Here is a wonderful gluten-free steak recipe that combines flavor AND the substance one needs to have a truly satisfying meal. It’s a steak and eggs salad that is bursting with flavor. Try it out!

To your health!

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June 23rd, 2010

Diet With Steak

Okay, so I’m on a new diet. It’s nothing too crazy, just healthy food and less of the junk that filled too many of my meals.

Can I have fries? NO.

Pizza? NAH.

Potato chips? UH NO.

Grilled cheese? HECK NO.

What about steak? YES! YES! YES!

I am so happy that nice, lean steak is a huge part of my diet. Mix in a little baby spinach, some melba toast rounds and I’m in business!

So far, I’ve lost 15 pounds. And I must say, eating steak regularly wasn’t exactly a huge sacrifice. In fact, it has been wonderful.

Thank you, steak, for being there for me when I needed to make some healthy changes. You’ve been my lifesaver in a sea of fruits, veggies, veggies and veggies.

Um, there are lots of veggies in this diet.

This cut certified by the American Heart Association is an excellent option for me. It’s lean and perfectly proportioned. (You know, kinda like I hope to be after this is all over. :))