Grass-fed

Grass-fed meat, and grass-finished meat has “no extra hormones and no traces of antibiotics — only cleaner and more wholesome meat than ordinary meat by far. Grass-fed animals also live a low-stress life, outside grazing on pasture, in contrast to the stinking, dusty, shadeless conditions in most feedlots. Ruminants such as cattle, sheep and goats are not meant to consume grain.

Grass-fed beef, and grass-finished beef also provides two to four times more essential omega-3 fatty acids than feedlot beef. These omega-3s help protect humans from cancer, depression, obesity, diabetes, arthritis, allergies, dementia, high-blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, heart attack and stroke. Also in grass-fed products, omega-3s and omega-6 fatty acids are in balance, which provides critical protection from heart attacks and strokes. Grass-fed beef is one-third to three times leaner than grain-fed beef, and as a consequence has fewer calories.