To Beef or Not To Beef: The Benefits of Red Meat
“To Beef, or Not to Beef?” That is the question. It’s the Great Cow Debate!
There have been some observational studies that showed red meat is associated with cardiovascular diseases–some even having cancer-causing agents. However, red meat, when raised and fed properly, has great benefits for our health.
Humans have digested red meat for centuries. Lamb, bison, veal–and cows being the most popular, it isn’t an uncommon food item. So it would be likely that years of digesting these herbivorous mammals have been inscribed into our food consumption line. And if you are one of those people who just can’t seem to let red meat go, here’s 3 reasons why you don’t have to:
1. Way to get those vitamins in
Red meat is loaded with vitamins and other great minerals. Vitamins B3, B6, B12 are great at turning our food into fuel for our bodies. They “charge us up” and help keep us active. How many times after a meal have you