New Fascinating Research on Grass-Fed Beef vs Grain-Fed

Grain-finished beef has:
• More inflammatory markers
• Higher uric acid levels
• Higher homocysteine levels
• Higher advanced glycated end products
• Higher amounts of niacinamide (a form of vitamin B3)

Grass-finished beef has:
• Higher omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA)
• Higher amount of phytonutrients
• Higher microbial diversity
• Higher amounts of niacin (a form of vitamin B3)
• Higher vitamin C levels
• Higher vitamin E levels
• Higher antitumor biomarkers
• Higher choline
• Higher carnosine

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Hands down, not only were there more nutrients in the grass-fed, grass-finished beef, there were better metabolic biomarkers—which measure the overall health of the muscle.




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