Grass-Fed vs Grass Finished Beef: Big Difference

Grass-Fed vs Grass Finished Beef: Big Difference

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so I wanted to create this quick video to really emphasize that grass-fed beef is not the same as grass-finished beef there’s a really important difference the reason why certain farmers do grains to finish or fat in their cattle is because it’s very difficult to fatten a cattle on grass grain finished beef takes between 10 to 14 months ok grass-finished beef could take up to 30 months in fact the company us wellness meats if you look on their website they actually grow their cattle for 30 months and by the way I don’t get any kickbacks from us wellness meats I don’t get any discounts I just think they’re a really good company and I do recommend them so just because something says it’s grass-fed doesn’t mean it’s grass finished it has to say it’s grass finished because if it doesn’t say it’s grass finished its grain finished ok and they’re gonna use GMO grains unless it says organic so that would be the big difference is the time it takes to grow and also the cows exposure to the chemicals in the genetically modified grains the other problem with the grain finishes these cows have a lot of problems digestive why’s they get a lot of gas ten times more acid in their intestines they have incomplete fermentation so they have a lot more digestion and this is probably why they use more antibiotics cows that are grass fed and grass finished have a lot less problems with their digestive system because a cow is was designed to consume grass one less point Organic doesn’t mean grass fed or grass finished ok two completely different things organic means without pesticides without hormones without antibiotics so most products that are grass-finished are organic but some aren’t I just want to increase your awareness of that alright there was my quick video on the difference between these two 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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I wanted to create this short video to really emphasize that grass-fed beef is not the same as grass-finished beef. 
Grass-finished beef vs. grass-fed beef (grain-finished beef)
Grass-finished beef:
• 0 grains
• All grass
• Takes 30 months
Grain-finished beef:
• 150 days GMO grains
• Takes between 10-14 months
• Digestive gas (10x more acid in their intestines and less fermentation)
Just because something says it’s grass-fed does not mean it’s grass-finished. If it doesn’t say it’s grass-finished, then it’s grain-finished. Organic also does not mean grass-fed or grass-finished. 
Organic means:
• No pesticides
• No hormones
• No antibiotics
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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.
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