Regenerative beef comes from cattle raised and fed by way of rotational grazing. Regenerative agriculture, at its simplest, involves allowing animals to graze on (and eat) real grass with rich soil, which contributes more nutrients to plants and grasses, resulting in more nutritious meat from the animals that graze those forages. Beef from cattle raised this way have more nutrients, absolutely no chemicals, and it’s great for the environment.
What are the environmental perks of regenerative beef?
Not only is beef that comes from regenerative agricultural practices better to eat, it’s also better for the environment than beef from any other source (that includes fake meat).
Here are a few of the many environmental perks:
- Fights climate change
- Cuts down on pollutants like Carbon Dioxide and Nitrous Oxide
- Grows new, healthy topsoil
- Provides more nutrients to plants and grasses
- Reduces runoff and fosters clean bodies of water
- Rebalances ecosystems and protects beneficial insects, including pollinators like bees
What are the nutritional benefits of regenerative beef?
Regenerative beef is more nutritious than any other forms of beef. Here at Wholesome Meats, our beef is from 100% grass-fed and finished cattle that are regularly rotated (a process called rotational grazing), living on fresh paddocks of vitamin-rich grass with absolutely no chemicals or herbicides in our pastures or with our cattle.
Here are some of the nutritional benefits:
- Provides a large source of L-Carnitine
- High in protein
- Provides the “Master Antioxidant” Glutathione
- Extremely rich in minerals
- Contains Carnosine
- Rich in B-Vitamins
- Contains CLAs and Creatine
What are the perks of regenerative beef for steak and ground beef?
The good news about regenerative beef is that you’ll get the nutritional and environmental benefits no matter what your cut of choice is. From steak to ground beef, it’s going to be delicious, nutritious, and help heal the planet.