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A Regular Diet Of Grass Fed Beef Is Good For Your Heart


Grass-fed beef loves your heart in many different ways including;

·      Fewer calories and fat per bite.

·      Less unhealthy saturated fat

·      Lower cholesterol

·      Omega 3 Fatty Acids

·      CLA

·      Rich in antioxidant vitamin E


1) Grass Fed Beef has 16,643 Fewer Calories Annually

Grass fed beef can reduce annual calories by 16,642 per year, eating no less, but by simply switching from traditional beef.  Ounce per ounce, grass fed beef has fewer calories.  The US adult eats an average of 67 lbs per year according to EatWild founder Jo Robinson.  This drastic reduction in calories reduces stress on your heart by reducing your total body weight.

2) Grass Fed Beef Is Rich In Healthier Unsaturated Fats

Grass-fed beef provides up to six times more omega–3 fatty acids than grain-fed beef. Grain-fed beef, on the other hand, contains higher levels of omega–6 fatty acids which are super saturated fats that build up cholesterol and heart disease, and are a diet surplus in the US even without meat.

Additionally, omega–3 reduces inflammation which helps with arthritis, joint pain and improves brain and organ, including heart, function.


3) CLA Reduces Obesity, Diabetes, Inflammation and Cancer Risk

CLA (conjugated linoleic acid), is substantial in grass fed beef and nearly nonexistent in traditional beef, can help prevent obesity and diabetes

Most naturally occurring nutrients containing anticarcinogenic properties are derived from plant foods, but CLA is unique because it’s one of the only anticancer nutrients derived from meat.


4) Grass Fed Beef Contains Less Bacteria - 1 Steer® is 100% Less Than Industry Standards

Reducing bacteria prevents illness and stress on the heart.  Conventional beef is more prone to containing bacteria than grass-fed beef. Consumer Reports recently analyzed 300 packages of ground beef and found an antibiotic-resistant bacteria, methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), in three of the grain-fed samples and zero in the grass-fed packages.

Superbugs resistant to more than three types of antibiotics were found in 18% of the non-grass-fed beef samples containing, compared to only 9% of beef samples from grass-fed livestock.  Additionally, Nurture Ranch 1 Steer™ Grass Fed, has been proven in lab tests to reduce potential bacteria counts 100% compared to industry averages.

5) More Vitamins and Minerals

Grass fed beef is richer in Antioxidant rich vitamins A, B1 & 2 and E, which improve heart and blood and organ.

To learn how Nurture Ranch is “Better in 12 Ways”® for your health visit here.

Rodney Mason