Restaurant Beef Is Not From Grass Fed Beef

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Restaurant Beef Is Not From Grass Fed Beef

Eating grass-fed beef is the only way you can be certain that you are not consuming meat that is ridden with disease (such as mad cow), antibiotics or hormones. When eating out, you should be especially mindful of what you are consuming. For instance, any food that you consume which comes prepackaged is probably not from grass-fed meat. This includes hot dogs, sausages, taco fillings and pizza toppings. You should know that the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service found that 35% of these products were produced from meat scraps. These scraps were made up of meat from bones. When dining out, you may want to stick to salads and veggies.



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