Be Aware of Fake Grassfed Beef
Eating clean and nutrient dense food is about investing in your health, which is a choice, a choice that will heal your body and mind. Along the way, you will lose weight, sleep better, remove your brain fog, and most importantly spend more quality time with family and God. We think Hippocrates said it best when he said, “Let Food be your Medicine”
Don't be made a fool by purchasing what we call "FAKE" Grassfed Beef. Obama's Administration and his Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsak, watered down the beef labeling laws so that feedlot beef can be labeled as Grassfed. It's the same Grainfed Beef but they charge you more. If your package of beef doesn't have the AGA American Grassfed Association logo or another national certification company's logo on it, then it probably isn't TRUE Grassfed. True Grassfed Beef is beef that has grazed GREEN forages their entire lives, from birth to finishing...and are NEVER fed grains. That's important if you're on a serious health journey, have food sensitivities, or food allergies.
True GrassFed Beef is good for you
Women who eat one 6 oz. serving of grassfed beef a day are 60% less likely to develop breast cancer.
Switching to grassfed beef will save you 17,773 calories (six pounds) a year.
Grassfed beef has 2-4 times the amount of omega-3 as grainfed beef. People with diets rich in Omega-3 are 50% less likely to have a heart attack.
Omega-3 is shown to reduce the risk of cancer, depression, schizophrenia, attention deficit disorder, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Grassfed beef lowers pro-inflammatory Omega-6 fatty acids and raises Omega-3 fatty acids.
Most Americans consume large amounts of Omega-6 fatty acids which leads to obesity, diabetes, inflammatory diseases, and cancer.
Grassfed beef is the richest known source of Conjugated Linoleic Acid or CLA. You would have to eat 5x more grainfed beef to have the same CLA levels.
There is 3x the amount of Vitamin E in grassfed beef as grainfed beef. Vitamin E lowers risks of both heart disease and cancer. Most Americans are deficient in Vitamin E.
In 2012, the American Heart Association endorsed eating grassfed red meat (beef). The American Heart Association has never endorsed eating grainfed beef.