The Empowering Neurologist – David Perlmutter, MD and Mike Salguero

I’m sure by now many of you have heard of ButcherBox, an online subscription that allows you to receive 100% grass-fed beef, free-range organic chicken, and heritage breed pork each month. I’ve been very impressed with the mission of this company, how well they are performing, and the quality of their product and customer service.

Our interview today is with the founder and CEO of ButcherBox, Mike Salguero. Mike will walk us through how the need for this service became apparent to him, and how he ultimately built and scaled ButcherBox- which now delivers 100% grass-fed beef and other high-quality meats to thousands of people across the U.S. (include Leize and I)!

I think you’ll enjoy not only his story but also the knowledge that there really is an easy way to eat the very best, most healthful beef available, that is also incredibly affordable.


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  • Kaycee

    I know all about grass fed; my questions is how are the animals slaughtered?
    What is the process and is it humane (as humane as possible).

    • Jean

      How are the animals slaughtered?
      In a humane way?

    • ZolliStar

      I’m interested in this question. Brutal slaughter is not only awful for the animal, it’s also bad for humans due to the stress hormones that flood their bodies as they fight for their lives.

  • gail lowenstein MD

    KOL Foods is the only source for kosher 100% grass-fed domestic beef:
    Our Poultry is beyond organic and free range: it’s 100% pastured and organic-fed.
    Our Beef and Lamb are beyond pastured: they’re 100% grass-fed and 100% grass-finished. They meet the highest standard of the American Grassfed Association.

  • Joel Chudnow, Wellness Coach

    This is profiteering on DEATH‼️ American insatiable consumption of animal flesh is a toxic burden upon cells. It makes cells angry and your pets look at you and ask WHY⁉️
    “An animal does not have to die for me to live.” ~ Howard Lyman

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