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Health and Nutrition Blog Posts

January 27, 2023
In the food industry, nutrition labels are voluntary. If you’ve bought one of our products, then you know that we choose to NOT include nutrition labels. There are a few reasons why. Let's dive in and learn more about why nutrition labels are inherently inaccurate. And, get access to our new Real Foods Nutrition Facts Guide.
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January 20, 2023
The best pet food that you’ve probably never heard of is called myoglobin. You see it frequently - it’s the red, pink, or purple liquid that pools in the bottom of the bag when you thaw out a piece of meat. It’s often mistaken for blood, but it’s actually an incredibly important nutrient - for both you and your pet. Learn more about what myoglobin is and the benefits of feeding it to your pet.
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January 6, 2023
If you saw a duck egg and a chicken egg side by side, would you know how to spot the difference? Maybe, maybe not. But, there are marked difference between duck eggs and chicken eggs - physical, culinary, and nutritionally.
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December 16, 2022
Domesticated dogs and cats are descendants of wild animals and haven't had time to evolve to eat cooked foods or starchy ingredients. However, processed canned and dried foods have become the norm. Let's explore how a raw diet may benefit your pet and ways to start introducing more bioavailable foods into your dog's or cat's meals.
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December 2, 2022
Bioavailability refers to the proportion of nutrients our bodies can absorb when we eat food. Let's explore what bioavailability is, the types of foods we choose, how we prepare each food, what foods we combine together, and your unique body. All of these factors determine whether you are getting balanced nutrition and staying in optimal health.
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November 25, 2022
One of the top customer questions we get is, “Do you vaccinate your animals?” I wish the answer was simple. I wish it was a direct yes or no, but it’s more complicated than that. We do not routinely vaccinate our animals, but it does happen sometimes. Learn more about the situations where we would vaccinate, the conventional vaccine recommendations for livestock, and some considerations for injection vs digestion.
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October 28, 2022
Our pets give us so much love, and we should give them love back, right? Learn about what pet enrichment is and how to provide something extra to your pets' lives through real food. Plus, some great suggestions for raw pet dairy treats and why quality pet food matters.
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September 30, 2022
Meat washing doesn't mean putting T-bone steaks in the washing machine. It's when an antimicrobial agent is sprayed on meat. The USDA has a 41-page list of allowed antimicrobials, and our processors use the most natural sprays - organic apple cider vinegar and certified-for-organic citric and lactic acids. This is a complicated issue that comes down to choice.
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August 26, 2022
Dealing with weight gain and body image with kids through education. Why counting calories and the Piggy Bank Theory doesn't make sense. And, how to view your body as a natural spaceship with nutrition and food as the inputs. The key to health is listening and communicating with your body, and correcting issues may take generations.
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August 19, 2022
I watched a season of Alone, and it really got me thinking about diet. Let's explore the carnivore diet - what is it and why it may work for your body. And let's dig into how we can listen to our bodies despite a confusing food future.
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August 12, 2022
Have you heard the myth in our culture that all fat is bad fat? A new study finds a link between more dairy fats and increased cardiovascular health.
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July 22, 2022
Chemicals will continue to exist whether we like it or not. It’s who is exposed and when that’s the question. Let's explore packaging, where it composts, and whether you're comfortable keeping it near your home or pushing it far away. We live in a grossly imperfect world. Although we try to be as natural as possible, chemical exposure is not an “if”. It’s a “when” and “how much” situation.
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July 15, 2022
Here's the stats and a take on not obsessing over diet. How common are dairy allergies with skin conditions? Is nourishing your body more important?
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July 8, 2022
According to Statisa, almost 60% of chicken sales in the US are breasts. Seriously!? So many people are missing out on the incredible flavor and health and savings offered from the rest of the bird. Here are 3 nutritious, yummy, great for all seasons, and kid-friendly recipes to brighten your culinary day.
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June 24, 2022
At Miller’s Bio Farm, transparency is paramount. We have nothing to hide and everything to learn and share. I try my best to live a natural life, but I cannot avoid the fact that I’m surrounded by an increasingly unnatural world. It’s similar when producing natural foods. The farm does its best, but it’s still surrounded by a conventional food world. We’ll be adding an honest disclosure to any products that...
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