Tests of ground beef show grass-fed is less likely to harbor dangerous bacteria.
Sustainable beef—especially grass-fed beef—is less likely to harbor superbugs—bacteria that are resistant to three or more classes of antibiotics.
Antibiotics in Meat Could Be Damaging Our Gut.
There is evidence that people who consume antibiotic-laced meat will get some of the drugs, as well as resistant bacteria, into their own digestive tracts.
A growing body of scientific research shows antibiotics we take as medicine can disrupt the bacteria that are key to properly digest food and process fats. This disruption has been linked to the rise of obesity, juvenile diabetes, asthma and allergies and some researchers also believe autism, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. read more >
Free range beef grazing grows bee population and reverses desertification.
We love the notion that a happy cow yields great meat. Finally, the flavor of grass-fed beef is living up to the hype. Health- and eco-conscious consumers have led the way, growing grass-fed sales by more than 100% annually for the past five years, compared to 7% for conventional beef.
Consumers who ate grass fed beef for only four weeks showed significant increases in omega-3s compared with those eating grain-finished meat.
Video of real superbugs quickly forming immunity to high concentrated levels of antibiotics like you would find in a cattle feed lot. The concentrations of antibiotics quickly make them stronger and more resistant to treatment.
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