Our cattle are raised and grazed on rich pastures under regenerative principles. This means our premium ground beef is full of the most nutritious and delicious elements for you and your family.
Each mouth-watering bite heals your body and helps remove harmful carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Among other functions, L-carnitine plays a part in fat metabolism. As part of this, L-Carnitine does the job of transporting fats into our mitochondria for burning.
Commonly known as the ‘master antioxidant,’ glutathione has a score of research linking it to;
• Anti-aging benefits
• Increasing longevity
• Preventing illness
• Reducing the risk of chronic disease
• Strengthening the immune system
It helps protect every cell in our body from cellular damage, which can lead to many chronic diseases. On the other hand, a deficiency in glutathione contributes to oxidative stress and inflammation. As a result, keeping glutathione levels high is important for our overall health.
There are numerous reasons why we should strive to ensure a sufficient protein intake and these include;
• Protein is the building block our body uses to repair and make bone, skin, and cartilage.
• Sufficient protein helps us to build and maintain lean muscle mass.
• Out of all macronutrients, protein is the most satiating, and it discourages food cravings.
Beef is packed with health-promoting amino acids, and it’s one of the single biggest sources of protein in the human diet. For instance, a 6oz (170g) portion of 80% lean beef provides 46g protein.
Sadly, iron deficiency anemia is a growing epidemic around the world. In a developed country such as the United States, nutrient deficiencies shouldn’t be a cause of death, yet anemia kills thousands every year. To be exact, the latest release of statistics showed that Anemia hospitalized 146,000 Americans in one year. 5,219 of these people died. Globally it’s even worse, and according to the World Health Organization, 1.62 billion people suffer from iron deficiency anemia.
Another advantage of eating beef is that it provides an abundance of carnosine. Carnosine (beta-analyl-L-histidine) is an amino acid found throughout the body, and it has several important roles in human health. As beef is one of the highest sources of carnosine (containing about 50% more than poultry), this is another health benefit.
The top sources of CLA include meat and dairy products. After lamb and certain cheeses, beef is the next highest provider of the nutrient. Although all beef contains CLA, grass-fed meat offers a significantly higher amount than beef from non-ruminants. Specifically, the average amount of CLA in grass-fed beef is 0.46% of the fat content.
Almost everyone knows the dietary supplement version of creatine, but did you know that beef contains it too? In fact, beef typically contains 350mg creatine per 100g (35).
The health benefits that creatine bring include;
• Improved exercise performance
• Creatine assists in muscle growth and development
• Provides muscles with greater energy supply and improves endurance
• Increased muscular size