Return of the Buffalo
From near extinction to nutritional distinction
Ruthlessly hunted, primarily for it's hide, by 1885 the total
number of Buffalo had been reduced from tens of millions to about
1000. Fortunately, the outcries of private citizens and organized
groups were heeded, and this magnificent beast was spared annihilation.
The value of this wholesome meat, which sustained native Americans
for centuries, has only recently been discovered. Modern analysis
has uncovered some amazing facts about the nutritional
qualities of Bison. Simply stated, Bison contains less of
what we do not need (fat, calories and cholesterol) and more of
what we we do need (iron, protein and fatty acids). Chemical free
and naturally delicious it is truly the healthy red meat everyone
can enjoy. It has been found that some people who are allergic
to other meats are able to eat Buffalo.
But the really good news is the taste! Many people say Bison
is the most flavorful meat they have ever tasted... with a sweeter
and richer flavor than beef. Try it today,
and see for yourself how delicious health food can be!
Why Eat Buffalo Meat?
Bison meat is the heart-healthy red meat. It gives all the taste
of beef with all the health benefits of chicken. Many heart patients
who find it hard to change their tastes can now safely enjoy red
meat by substituting bison for beef. The taste is very similar
to the best beef you have ever tasted, with just a hint of sweetness
to the meat.
Bison meat is non allergenic. No one, to date, has had an allergic
reaction to buffalo meat. Many people who have allergies to other
meats find they can eat buffalo. There are no low level antibiotics,
no hormones, no drug residues, and no preservatives in buffalo.
When eating bison, you are eating wholesome meat.
Bison has more iron than beef. For women, iron is a significant
item. Adding bison to your diet can help meet those recommended
allowances, as bison contributes about 69% more iron to your diet
per serving than does beef!
For nutritional information regarding
buffalo meat please visit our
Nutritional information page.