FOR FRIENDS OF TIM FERRISS
JOIN OUR LIMITED
Our membership is entirely linked to our mission goals. As we near those goals, available ‘Ohana Box Subscriptions will come to a close with ’Ohana members enjoying guaranteed and exclusive access to fresh venison.
Don't miss your last chance to join the Maui Nui family as a subscriber. Our new and final iteration of fresh boxes is packed full of a variety of premium cuts, versatile family favorites, and custom add-ons.
Starting At: $299.00 Free Shipping
The 'Ohana Box Includes:
- 4lbs Ground Venison
- 4 exclusive cuts from our monthly mix, (3-5 lbs total) which will vary between:
- Leg Medallions
- Rib Chops
- Loin Filet
- Loin Chop
- Sirloin Steak
- Strip Loin
- As well as any new fresh product offerings.
- Ground Venison
- Leg Medallions
- Bone Broth
- Butcher Shop Restocks
- New product offerings
- 'Ohana Updates
A FAMILY OF 8,000
Our mission is absolutely dependent on our subscribers and their commitment to bring fresh venison into their home every month. Thanks to an in-depth survey, increased capacity, and careful calculations, we now know that we will only ever be able to serve 8,000 'Ohana Memberships.
When all subscriptions are filled, it will mean that, together, we have taken a substantial step forward in helping to balance Maui's Axis deer population. No additional memberships will become available.
When we say nutrient-dense, we mean it:
Protein - 21g (43% DV)
Protein is important for cellular growth and it provides our tissues with protective strength. It sparks our metabolism and energy production, helps regulate our body chemistry, and maintains our body’s PH.
Niacin (B3) - 41%
Niacin (B3 or nicotinic acid) is the most stable B vitamin and, as a part of two coenzymes, it is involved in more than 50 metabolic functions in the body. Niacin helps maintain cholesterol levels, provides energy to cells, stimulates circulation, and supports a healthy nervous system. Increased Niacin is needed for athletes, during pregnancy/lactation, and during periods of growth.
Vitamin B12 - 24%
Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is the only vitamin to contain the essential mineral cobalt.
B12 is well known for its energy and cognitive functions, but is also needed in the formation of red blood cells, DNA, and synthesis of the myelin sheath that insulates your neurons. It plays a critical role in the growth and appetite of children.
Choline - 11%
Choline is an important new member of the B vitamins and was deemed the “memory vitamin”. It is nestled into the fat layers of the membranes of every cell in the body and is the only vitamin that crosses the blood/brain barrier to be involved in brain chemical metabolism. Choline also serves in fat utilization in the body and detoxification.
Selenium - 185%
Selenium is an incredibly important trace mineral with numerous health benefits. It functions as a component of glutathione peroxidase, an enzyme responsible for the antioxidant properties of glutathione. Selenium supports cardiovascular health, heavy metal toxin protection, thyroid function, cognitive health, as well as growth, development, and fertility.
Chromium - 83%
Chromium is an essential part of the glucose tolerance factor (GTF) and is vital in regulating carbohydrate metabolism. It can enhance insulin function and support the proper use of glucose in the body as well as aid in energy production.
Zinc - 14%
Zinc is an essential mineral well known to support the immune system and metabolic function. Luckily for you, it is best absorbed in animal meats where it is free from binding phytates. It also has an important role in transporting vitamin A into the blood, thus contributing to healthy skin. Your body also uses Zinc to make proteins and DNA, as well as heal wounds and develop your reproductive system.
Heme Iron - 11%
Heme Iron is the most bio-available form of iron and is extremely hard to source at significant levels, even in red muscle meats.
Proper iron intake can support overall strength, vibrancy, and immune function as well as improve fatigue and stamina. The lack of iron means we produce less hemoglobin and therefore supply less oxygen to our tissues.