January 8th, 2016

New Years Healthy Eating – Small Portions

Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier? Maybe lose some weight?

That seems to be mine just about every year. Sometimes I stick to it and sometimes I mess up – more often than not.

One bona fide way to do the right way is good old portion control. Too many times we overeat and consume way more than we need. Because, well, eating is fun. It just is. So cutting portion size is key to a healthier way of eating for many of us.

And slowing down while we eat those smaller portions makes the meal last longer.

Healthy Eating Steak Bites

And small portions are easy to control when we are mindful about it. That’s why Steak Bites – Tenderloin Tips, Strips and Medallions – are helpful. They’re pre-cut into small bite-size pieces. Just measure out what you need and you’re set.

In the same way Steak Bites are pre-cut, you can also try a Petite Boneless Ribeye. It’s a smaller cut and you’ll be less tempted to over-indulge. It’s all measured for you! (And when I say “you,” I mean “me”).

Petite Ribeye Steak

On the healthy eating front, Grass Fed Steaks are a staple of many diet plans – Paleo, low-carb, etc. Grass fed is the way to eat responsibly. Your body will thank you for it.

And there are so many cuts to choose from in the grass fed category:  Prime Rib roast, Tenderloin, Filet Mignon, Kansas City Strip Steaks, Ribeyes – Bone-in and Boneless, Top Sirloin, T-bones and so much more!

Grass Fed Boneless Ribeye

With all this variety and the option of pre-cut portions in a smaller size, there are so many ways to help ourselves eat healthier in the New Year.

We all just have to be deliberate about it and make it a priority. But healthy eating is possible if we put our minds to it. We can do it!

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!!!

Photo courtesy of DailyMail.co.uk.

March 6th, 2012

National Nutrition Month: Focus on Lean Meat

Since March is National Nutrition Month, there’s a lot of talk about eating healthy out there.

We steak lovers strive to be healthy, too, so I thought we might like a refresher on what the leanest cuts of meat actually are.

And where’s the best place to get this information? The American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics at EatRight.org.

Click here to see the full answer to the question:  “Which cuts of meat are considered lean?”

And when you’re ready to incorporate some sirloin into your weekly menus, you can order some fantastic beef that has been certified extra lean by the American Heart Association here.

What are YOUR goals for this National Nutrition Month???

Photo courtesy of KansasCitySteaks.com.