Avoids over-use of antibiotics to keep them effective for fighting serious illnesses—over-use leads to drug-resistant viruses. Our cattle don’t need the copious amounts of antibiotics given to cattle that are kept in large, overcrowded, unsanitary living conditions.
Avoids potentially harmful hormone residues in beef. Studies have shown that consumption of beef treated with artificial growth hormones used in mass beef production can affect reproductive hormone levels and capabilities in humans.
High in omega 3 fatty acids, which in turn:
High in cancer-fighting conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), whic is also known to combat:
Lower in cholesterol and saturated fat than grain-fed beef, since cows were intended to eat grass—feeding them corn and soy to fatten them up fundamentally changes their body composition, i.e. the meat that we eat in our steaks and burgers!
Richer in antioxidants, including vitamins E, beta-carotene, and vitamin C.