5 Reasons To Switch To Grass Fed Beef

With every supermarket product sporting a label that professes it’s produced to be “cruelty-free”, “organic” or things of the likes, being inundated with these terms can make buying meat a hard task. Not only that, but the added prospect of your decision making influencing the world at large makes choosing tonight’s roast seem like life or death.

Fear not. We’ll make dinner tonight a little less dramatic by explaining what “grass fed” beef is and why it’s the best choice when it comes to your grocery shopping.


  1. Grass fed beef eats what it’s meant to, grass.

While the common standard is for cows to be fed grains, this in fact has a deleterious effect on their health. This option may be much cheaper for farmers, but the high starch concentrates effect the PH balance in the cow’s system, making them very ill and in need of antibiotics.

A diet of cow’s milk and grass (as nature intended), ensures that the cow’s inner equilibrium is maintained, making grass fed meat the healthier option for your dinner table.


  1. Grass fed meat can potentially hinder cancer.

While you wouldn’t compare a salmon to a cow, grass fed meat contains high levels of beta-carotene and those scrumptious omega-3 essential fatty acids too! Studies have proven that these key ingredients reduce the risk of cancer, diabetes and other health issues related to high blood pressure. Not only that, but the meat is also richer in vitamins A and E, more-so than the traditional grain fed option.


  1. E-coli issues are banished.

With the grass diet causing their stomachs to become stronger (due to the regulated pH balance within) grass fed cows produce microbes in their guts that fend off diseases related E-coli. The open pastures also limit the chance of disease spreading amongst the cow’s due to the open space, unlike cramped unhygienic quarters characterised by feedlots.


  1. Grass fed beef is lower in calories.

Did you know that grass fed meat helps lower cholesterol levels, consequently being lower in calories? Studies have shown that a 6- ounce steak from a grass-fed cow carries 100% fewer calories than a grain finished animal. A revelation for meat eaters who are also health conscious!


  1. Grass fed cows are cruelty free.

With the reality of factory conditions becoming more exposed to public scrutiny, it’s plain to see that the level of cruelty inflicted on cows in traditional factories is inexcusable. Grass fed cows are given ample space to live and feed, improving not only their quality of life, but the meat they produce.

Cannings prides itself on being a completely free-range butcher of speciality meats located in five permanent locations in the Melbourne area. Together with a passion for produce excellence and animal welfare, we aim to bring quality meats to the community at large at a price that won’t cost the planet.

Contact us today via the link below to view our produce with the option of purchasing your meat online, coupled with our delivery options.

https://canningsfreerangebutchers.com.au/how-it-works/

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