Why grass-fed meat?

Updated: Feb 10

You are what you eat eats!

Here's a quick breakdown of the difference between grass-fed meat and conventional meat:

Grass-fed meat is raised on pasture, on its natural food sources (i.e. grass-fed). Because of this, it contains a healthy omega 6 to omega 3 ratio of about 3:1*, meaning that it has anti-inflammatory benefits similar to that of wild salmon!


Conventionally-raised meat is usually fed corn and soy and raised in very close quarters. Because of these factors, it has a much higher omega-6 to omega-3 ratio of 20:1, making it inflammatory. Additionally, toxins that are consumed by animals (like antibiotics, hormones & genetically-modified feed) are stored in their fat.