How about some beef jerky with that piece of fruit?
Unfortunately, when it comes to snacking very few women automatically think “beef jerky.” I think it was back in the Macho Man days of “Snap into a Slim Jim” that beef jerky was marketed strictly to men.
With the rise of the Paleo and Primal movements I’m glad to see more women consuming beef jerky or just animal protein based snacks, without fearing looking or eating like a man.
The Beef Jerky Ingredient Problem
Finding a protein bar without poor quality protein, soy, or a few different artificial sweeteners, preservatives, MSG, and/or additives is NOT easy.
Take a look at the ingredients on the back of a Jack Link’s label:
Beef, Water, Sugar, Less than 2% Salt, Corn Syrup Solids, Dried Soy Sauce (Soybeans, Salt, Wheat), Hydrolyzed Corn and Soy Protein, Monosodium Glutamate, Maltodextrin, Flavorings, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite.
Paleo and Grass-Fed Beef Jerky
If you are one of the people who strive to maintain a certain value for consuming high quality protein then you will appreciate this post regarding my favorite grass-fed/pastured protein bars.
Protein based bars are better for hormone regulation, blood sugar balance, and maintaining an overall efficient metabolic rate.
All have a few ingredients, are derived from good quality protein sources and taste amazing!
If you want to see the price and purchase, click on the product or image and check em out on Amazon!
Golden Valley Organic Beef Jerky
New Primal Grass-Fed Beef Jerky
Grass-Run Farms Grass-Fed Beef Sticks
Chomps Grass-Fed Beef Sticks
BLAISTIX Original Grass-Fed Beef Sticks
Slant Shack Jerky
There you have them, 10 of the healthiest, real-food, Paleo beef jerky options for you to keep your snacking, road-tripping, and whole food diet healthy and fit.
If you love these brands, you’ll love the Healthy Fat Loss Inner Circle, where you’ll find similar snack options, as well as real food product reviews to help you navigate the healthy eating world.