Are Grass-Fed Burgers Really Worth the Extra Cost?

Are Grass-Fed Burgers Really Worth the Extra Cost?

Are Grass-Fed Burgers Really Worth the Extra Cost?

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today we’re going to discuss the difference between grass-fed burgers and conventional burgers is it really worth the extra cost because it is a bit more expensive you know you’ll see all sorts of things on the label it’s natural right or it’s natural beef and handcrafted it’s fresh free-range 100% pure beef well these things mean nothing legally okay ideally if you can find it you don’t just want grass-fed you want one or percent grass-finished okay now a lot of times when you buy grass-fed beef if it doesn’t say grass-finished chances are it was finished with grains and I always wondered about this word finished what does that mean it means fattened because if you take a cow and you feed it just grass it’s gonna take a long time to actually get it to be a thousand or twelve hundred pounds it’s much faster to fatten the cattle and grains just like we do with people right we put them on the food pyramid as their diet so the word finished means fattened and you might think well is it gonna take a couple weeks maybe a couple of months actually it takes at least four months okay I’m putting them on grains now if it doesn’t say organic then that means it’s GMO and this is really what I want to talk about because when I talk about GMO grains sometimes people just kind of glaze over they don’t even really know what I mean so I do want to cover that in just a second first let’s cover how many carbs are in a burger zero carbs so that’s totally keto friendly 14 percent is protein you would think it’d be a lot more right thirty percent is fat and just about almost 50% of it is water so you have all these things connected with the burger being healthy or not is it grass-fed is it organic there’s an antibiotics hormones preservatives are you consuming the bun with that burger are you adding ketchup the fries the coke and all these things well of course we’re not going to recommend that but the most important thing you need to understand is this GMO thing and that’s want to cover next so what is GML it’s a genetic modification of something and we’re talking about grains primarily corn and soy okay so whether a cow is being finished or fattened with corn or soy or it’s a factory farm and they’re just consuming corn in soy on a regular basis they’re being exposed to glyphosate now if it’s organic grains they’re not being exposed to glyphosate and this is another point where people kind of glaze over the word glyphosate what is this well it’s a weed killer okay it’s an herbicide and it’s the same chemical and Roundup Ready that you would spray the weeds around your yard here’s what you need to know it’s linked with non-hodgkins lymphoma if you go to Google right now and you type glyphosate the first three ads are going to be attorney ads and they’re gonna ask a question do you have non-hodgkins lymphoma and there’s all sorts of other variations of this type of cancer and by the way this is one of the most common cancers in the US and it’s also common in UK and Canada and other parts of the world because if you had this cancer it could have been caused by exposure to glyphosate right now in present time there are over 9000 lawsuits involving this one chemical the farms in the US alone could use about a pound of biphosphate for every acre of cropland every year there is over 80 thousand metric tons of glyphosate put into the environment just in the u.s. that’s every single year the problem is that this chemical is accumulative and it does create problems in her body and that go beyond just cancer so if you’re going to consume a conventional burger maybe not do it as often so in summary I’m not trying to scare you I’m trying to increase your awareness on GMO and the importance of doing grass-finished okay and organic thanks for watching so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications 

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Today, we’re going to discuss the difference between grass-fed burgers and conventional burgers. Are grass-fed burgers worth the extra cost?

On the package of grass-fed burger patties it will often say:
• Natural 
• Handcrafted
• Fresh
• Free-range
• 100% pure beef 

But, all of the above actually means nothing legally. 

The best burgers to have, if you can find them, are not just grass-fed beef but 100% grass-finished and organic. 

If you buy grass-fed beef burgers, and it doesn’t say grass-finished, chances are it was finished with grains. Finished means fattened. If it doesn’t say organic, then it’s GMO.

Burgers have:
• 0 carbs
• 14% protein
• 30% fat
• 49% water

GMO – Genetically modified organism 
GMO is a genetic modification of something. We’re talking about grains, primarily corn and soy.

GMO grains expose the cows to glyphosate. If it’s organic grains, the cows are not exposed to glyphosate. 

Glyphosate is an herbicide, and it’s linked to Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

• Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma is one of the most common cancers in the United States 
• Farms use about 1 pound of glyphosate per acre of cropland 
• Every year over 80,000 metric tons of glyphosate are put into the environment in the United States alone

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