I'm such a stereotypical cave girl, #gimmethemeat (plus two stalks of curly kale cause I ❤ kale, and rice, cause rice). Thank goodness grass-fed organic meats are extremely nutrient dense. Problems arise when we feed animals GMO feed that is not their native diet that we in turn consume, in which the omega 3 to omega 6 ratios are thrown off and then we have a problem. We also give hormones and antibiotics to fatten up and prevent disease in these farm animals. By the time conventional grocery store meat is on our plate, it is so far from what we were meant to eat.
Despite the fallacy that red meat causes cancer, a 2011 meta-analysis of 34 studies published by the European Journal of Cancer Prevention found that a relationship between red meat consumption and colorectal cancer could not be supported.
So I will continue to eat my steaks! Also, I cooked the steak and lightly sautéed the kale in @kerrygoldusa #grassfed butter. Talk about nutrient density! 🙌🏼 #girlinhealing