Here is the next blog from Coach Helen Gribble - a little about Beef!
When we use the term beef, we are referring to the flesh that comes from cattle, primarily beef cattle. In the modern supermarkets, there's plenty on offer regarding variety, for example, Angus or Hereford.
When selecting your beef concerning nutrition, grass-fed beef has the edge.
One grass-fed strip will have:
49g of protein.
6g if fat.
Grass-fed animals eat…well, only grass. Compared to farmed cattle that are fed maize and soybeans and in some instances pellets.
Grass-fed beef is shown to have a lower fat content, and higher omega-3, which is suitable for cholesterol levels. If you choose your meat from an ethical position, grass-fed animals are not kept penned up, and are better for the environment, as they reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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