Grassfed beef is so much healthier, it just isn’t always easy to locate, or affordable. Seth and I attended an event recently at a local brewery, where we went on a brewery tour, and the brewmaster was talking about how they save up their “fermented grain slop” for a truck that comes once a week, and delivers it to cows, like it was a good thing that these cows are getting this (who knows after it’s saved for a week at the brewery for pick-up, how long it is until it’s actually delivered for feeding…). I think it clicked even a little more for me after that, and maybe even more so for Seth. They weren’t meant to eat that garbage, just like we weren’t meant to eat the garbage available to us today, only difference, we have a choice.
Further, doctors today are always saying that we need to limit our consumption of red meat, well, yes, we need to limit it if it’s grainfed, because it is poor quality and damaging to our bodies, so in essence they’re right. What they’re leaving out though, is that moderation and food eaten the way it was meant to be eaten, are what’s important. Not limited quantities of the low quality, added sugar/fat food around today.
I just love all this good information! Thanks, Lindsay! By the way, just wondering what you think about and know about stevia. I like it as a sweetner and am hearing positive things about it but wanted your input.
Hi Barb! I use Stevia in the Raw-got rid of all the artificial sweeteners a long time ago, wow have my tastebuds changed! I have a post coming about sweeteners/sugar, so stay tuned 🙂
Very awesome info. Tweeted it!
Thanks for sharing,
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Thanks Tina! I appreciate you sharing it!