Declare Your Independence From the Standard American Diet with 35% Off!

Declare Your Independence From the Standard American Diet with 35% Off!

July 4th is right around the corner, and for lots of people, that means sun, family and BBQ. And if you’re someone like me who doesn’t eat much junk food, it may very well be one of the few days each year you cheat a little bit, filling up your plate with chips and sweet corn and stuff you normally wouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole. 

And you know what? No big deal. Give yourself a break. 

There’s lots of people in the healthy eating community who act like being healthy requires a soldier’s level of discipline. I used to think like that too. But the more I’ve studied the research — and the more I’ve measured and analyzed my own biometrics — the more I’ve come to realize that being healthy is a long game. 

Eating some potato salad at a friend’s backyard holiday party doesn’t matter that much if you’re committed to establishing a strong baseline and optimizing your diet on a day-to-day basis.

In other words, being healthy doesn’t mean you can't have one bad day; it means being conscious about what you eat on all the others. 

For me, a big part of optimizing my health is making sure I’m consuming plenty of organ meat — either fresh, or in the form of high-quality, freeze-dried supplements. Organ meat is a nutritional powerhouse, packed with all the vitamins and minerals your body needs to thrive.

That's why I launched MK Supplements. They’re sourced from 100% pasture-raised cattle, freeze-dried (which means no harsh chemicals were used to manufacture them), and packaged in non-toxic containers.

And they help me make sure I'm getting all the nutrients my body needs — even when I don't have time to cook up some organs.

For a limited time, you can use the code FOURTH20 at checkout to save 20% off your order. Plus, this discount stacks with the 15% pre-order discount, so you’ll save a total of 35% off the retail price! 

If you have questions about the product, don’t hesitate to contact me!

Cheers, 
Michael