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Is "Red" Meat Bad For You?

Okay . . . so let's continue our conversation from yesterday about "BEEF". . .

Unfortunately . . . not all beef is good to eat . . .

So today . . . I'd like to tell you a little story about the life . . . of a "commercial cow".

As we know . . . cows are "supposed" to eat grass . . . a creation of nature.

But . . . commercial farmers feed their cows processed grain to make them grow "faster". And with this . . . the cow becomes riddled with inflammation.

This poor cow is also given growth hormones in the grain feed, to make them become even fatter, which makes for more meat that benefits the farmer and their bottom line of profit . . .

But . . . this meat is "marbled" with fat and "NOT" a benefit to the consumers health.

So let me ask you this . . . when you buy "red meat" . . . do you look for a steak that has a lot of "marbling" because you know that steak will taste so juicy???

Or regular "ground beef" apposed to "lean ground beef" because you know the flavor of that burger will melt in your mouth???

This is marketing strategy . . . and the result of commercial cows and their meat being "fattened" up.