It is not only important what WE eat but what the foods we eat, ate that matters. Produce from Grass-fed cows generally means cows that eat only grass and other foraged foods throughout their lives grazing in their natural habitats. Often, conventional cattle eat a diet that includes grains, such as corn. The difference in the diets of the cattle changes the nutrients and fats produced by the cow which we eat. Consuming products from grass-fed cows is not only more ethical but studies suggest that it may be healthier for humans.

Grass-fed cow’s milk may have some heart-health benefits that grain-feed cows don’t have. When compared with other types of cow’s milk, grass-fed cow’s milk may have:

  • Less total fat
  • More heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids
  • More conjugated linoleic acid, a type of fat that’s thought to reduce heart disease and cancer risks
  • More antioxidants, vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin E, potassium, iron, zinc, phosphorus and sodium

The natural grazing and pasture feeding enhances the nutritional quality of the milk, as well as the amino acid and immunoglobulin content of the whey protein.

High-quality whey protein from grass-fed and pasture-raised cows contains ingredients of particular importance for your health, including:

  • Leucine – Signals the mTOR mechanism to increase protein synthesis, thereby helping to promote muscle growth
  • Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) – A healthy type of omega-6 fatty acid found primarily in grass-fed beef and dairy products

When cows exclusively eat grass, the CLA levels in their meat and milk are typically 300 to 500 percent higher than in those fed an unnatural grain-based diet. You simply won’t find these levels of leucine and CLA in regular whey protein powder. Only whey from cows who graze on green pastures contain these quantities of these valuable substances.



Colostrum which is found naturally in mothers milk and extracted from the milk of cows within the first 6 hours of the new calf being born. It is very high in naturally occurring growth factors and immunoglobulins , which are very beneficial when it comes to feeding muscles and the immune system. Colostrum has also been shown to improve gut health along with many other health benefits.



What is a superfood? It is a food that is nutrient-rich and is especially beneficial for health and well-being is known as a Superfood.





Improve your nutrition: superfoods are rich in the nutrients your body needs, and they’re very low in bad fats and processed sugars that can ruin a diet.

Strengthening your immune system: The nutrients and phytochemicals in many superfoods keep your immune system strong to avoiding getting ill.

Fighting free radicals: Superfoods are rich in antioxidants, which destroy the free radicals that can damage the cells in your body. This protection improves your health, reduces your risk of disease, and slows the aging process.

Reducing the risk of adverse health such as cancers: The nutrients, fibre, good fats, and phytochemicals found in superfoods reduce your risk of several types of cancer.

Keeping your heart healthy: Those same nutrients, fibre, good fats, and phytochemicals also protect your heart by reducing inflammation and keeping blood vessels healthy.

Energy: Superfoods help you feel more energetic.

Metabolism and weight-control: Many of the superfoods are high in fibre and low in calories, so you can load up your plate without adding many extra calories. Some of the superfoods that are a little higher in calories are rich in protein, fibre, and good fats that keep hunger at bay, and some superfoods actually increase the number of calories you burn.

Maintaining your youthful complexion: The antioxidants in superfoods reduce damage to your skin, and many foods are rich in vitamin C that keeps connective tissue strong. Meaning beautiful, healthy skin.