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This Week’s Meat Deals

Grass-Fed Grass-Finished Meat Deals

Nothing excites a Carnivore like grass-fed, grass-finished meat deals.

To get the latest deals emailed to you, be sure to sign up below!

Grass Fed Meat

Because I like to support my body with the highest quality nutrition possible and I like to support environmental health, ethical and sustainable farming, and the farmers who make it happen, I’m working with farms across the US for the best weekly meat deals and discounts.

Due to its superior quality, grass-fed and -finished meat tends to be more expensive. But everyone should have the opportunity to get access to the nutrition we are designed to eat.  The farmers know this and want to offer us deals to get this access within our budget. They send these deals to me, and I sending them to you.



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  1. Looking forward to weekly meat deals and newsletter! I’m new to Carnivore.

  2. I did not see where I could put my email for meat deals emailed to me.

  3. Dr. Stock,

    I’m all caught up now. Thanks! I’ll let you know what happens after a month or so.

  4. Dr. Stock,

    I’ve been reading and listening to Dr. Saladino and Dr. Baker and i’m conflicted on whether or not to eat organ meats. I’d be hard pressed to have the fortitude to eat something like liver or kidneys. Do you feel that this is necessary, or is there a way around this? I’ve been reading horror stories on diarrhea with this diet as well and hoping its just a temporary effect if any. I’m going carnivore on Friday and just wanted a little feedback if you don’t mind. Thanks!

    1. Necessary? No, I don’t (and I worry that sentiment spreads just like “fruits and vegetables are necessary”) – personally, I know several people who have eaten nothing but muscle meat for 2 decades and are among the healthiest middle aged people I know. I did 6 months of nothing but beef muscle meat and water and felt amazing (yes, that’s one person’s short term experience, but that’s my personal experience). That said, organs like beef liver are among the most nutrient dense foods you can eat, and so including them (especially for someone who is new to this way of eating and perhaps malnourished), it can definitely be beneficial.

      The GI distress is common, in the guide that you can download on this website there are some remedies for making this transition easier.

  5. Two years ago I was told by my doctor that my cholesterol was high and I needed to immediately switch to a vegan diet. I was 43, 220lbs, and felt great when I started the vegan diet. Two years in to that diet, I had no energy, no focus, no desire for life, blurry vision, sexual dysfunction, I found it hard to make it past 11am without needing a nap, and generally I felt horrible everyday. I topped out at 287 pounds as a vegan and I was hopeless. Then my wife heard about this diet and down the rabbit hole I went.

    I am a week into this new carnivore diet and most of what I describe above is gone or waning. I now have energy like I did in my 20s. I am a programmer and at times I find it hard to sit here at my desk because of all my excess energy (not a bad problem to have).

    I have always drank coffee and alcohol pretty much daily and I don’t even want that anymore, because the high I feel just being healthier beats both of those substances.

    Thanks for opening my eyes, I look forward to feeling great the rest of my life.

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