Why Do I Eat Grass-Fed Beef?
Over the years, there has been much debate regarding the health benefits vs. dangers of eating beef. But, it is vital that any discussion include the source of the beef, grass-fed vs. conventional. This distinction is necessary since these sources lead to radically different outcomes for our health.
In comparison to grain-fed beef, grass-fed beef has many benefits:
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Joe and I rarely eat regular beef. But, we also limit grass fed beef meals to 2 or 3 per week, since it is recommended that we limit consumption of red meat to 12 to 18 ounces per week. Regarding portion size, I eat about 4 ounces of protein per serving, whereas Joe eats about 6 ounces per serving. People who consume more than 2 red meat meals per day have increased health risks, including certain types of cancer, heart disease, and kidney stones. We try to stay well under the threshold for problems.