Organic Beef Naples FL

Local resource for organic beef in Naples, FL. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to organic grass-fed ground beef, organic filets mignons, organic ribeye steak, organic uncured beef, organic ground beef, organic ground beef patties, organic beef liver steak, and organic tenderloin steak, as well as advice and content on organic farming.

Third Street South Farmers Market
(239) 261-8936
255 13th Avenue South; in the Tommy Bahamas’s Parking Lot
Naples, FL
General Information
Covered : No
Open Year Round : Yes
Programs
WIC Accepted : No
SFMNP Accepted : No
SNAP Accepted : No
Hours
January-December Saturday, 7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
County
Collier

Oakes Organic Farm
(239) 213-2222
Naples, FL
Membership Organizations
Ecovian

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Mediterranean Meals, Inc.
(239) 389-8787
1010 North Barfield Drive
Marco Island, FL

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Green Goods 2 Go
(239) 200-9661
1640 Avion Place
Naples, FL
 
Nature's Garden
(239) 434-6700?
289 9th St S
Naples, FL
 
Naturipe Farms, LLC
(239) 591-1664
999 Vanderbilt Beach Rd Ste 102
Naples, FL

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Bonita Springs Farmers Market
(239) 949-6262, (239) 949-6237
27300 Old 41 Road; Riverside Park
Bonita Springs, FL
General Information
Covered : No
Open Year Round : No
Programs
WIC Accepted : No
SFMNP Accepted : No
SNAP Accepted : No
Hours
November-April Wednesday, 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
County
Lee

Marco Island Farmers Market
(239) 642-8943
1361 Andalusia Terrace; Mackle Park
Marco Island, FL
General Information
Covered : No
Open Year Round : No
Programs
WIC Accepted : No
SFMNP Accepted : No
SNAP Accepted : No
Hours
Mid November-April Wednesday, 7:30 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.
County
Collier

Food for Thought
(239) 213-2222
2132 Tamiami Trail North
Naples, FL
 
Deep Roots Meat, LLC
Harold Platt: (850) 971-5806; Troy Platt (850) 948
11061 W US 90
Greenville, FL
 
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Confessions of a Carnivore

Confessions of a Carnivore

Confessions of a Carnivore Dr. Gary Huber : Head Medical Ego
Confessions of a Carnivore

I’m not that bright. But I am curious, and it is my curiosity that leads me to new discoveries. We live in the “information age” where the amount of literature, publications and raw information doubles every 18 months. As information grows, the rules change, and so we must be open to change.

In the past I have preached that all you had to do was expose your skin to the sun for 15 minutes a day and your body would make all the vitamin D you need naturally. Wrong. New information is teaching us that vitamin D intake 10 times the old recommendations have tremendous benefit and many, if not most of us, just aren’t getting enough sun or vitamin D. I am also guilty of stating that “milk is the perfect food because of its balanced protein to carbohydrate ratio.” In my own defense, it was a long time ago and I was under the influence of a heavy estrogen load form the milk I was consuming. I think it was melting my brain. I’m better now . . . thanks for asking. My point (yes there is a point) is that things change and we need to stay open to new ideas if we are going to benefit and stay healthy.

With that thought in mind I am pleased to announce that BEEF IS BACK and no one is happier about it than me. Here’s my story in a nutshell. I grew up as the son of a meat cutter, and a raging carnivore. Technically an omnivore but I only ate green stuff to help push the red stuff through. My father proudly sold “prime” beef in his butcher shop and I gladly wallowed in steak, roast, and filet heaven. But as I grew older and began my nutritional journey to find the perfect fuel for my body I learned of beef’s dark side. The hormones and relentless antibiotics injected into our meat supply had turned beef into a toxic slab of disease that was rotting us from the inside out. The saturated fat in meat was being blamed for our culture’s rise in heart disease and cancer. (Not real true, but that was the part line). The problems inherent in the beef industry were kept quiet and the damage from hormones and antibiotic exposure seemed to fly under the radar. Disgusted with the whole mess I swung my allegiance to kale and broccoli and beans, and to my fathers horror I became one of those crazy VEGANS. Oh the shame. Doomed to roam the isles of Wild Oats in desperate search of quality protein, a carnivore with wilted fangs. Is it possible to make a soy burger tasty and juicy? Oh the humanity . . . where is the JUICE!?

But as I lay adrift in a sea of hydrogenated soy meal, texturized vegetable protein, tempeh and Bocca burgers there came a shimmering light that promised hope. Say it with me kids . . . Grass Fed Beef ! When I first heard of it I was exceedingly skeptical. I thought it must be just another toxic product built on hype and deception but once again, I was wrong. Have you noticed how often I am wrong? 

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