Chemicals vs Nutrition Some of us can remember how a burger used to taste when we were kids. The meat was dense and juicy. Back then, you didn’t need to eat more than one burger to be full and satisfied. Today, the beef you get from the grocery store is lighter and puffier. It’s not […]
(Below are excerpts from several grass-fed related studies of beef, milk and eggs.) Score Ten for Grass-Fed Beef Grass-fed beef is better for human health than grain-fed beef in ten different ways, according to the most comprehensive analysis to date. The 2009 study was a joint effort between the USDA and researchers at Clemson University […]
Lower in Fat and Calories. There are a number of nutritional differences between the meat of pasture-raised and feedlot-raised animals. To begin with, meat from grass-fed cattle, sheep, and bison is lower in total fat. If the meat is very lean, it can have one third as much fat as a similar cut from […]
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