The Real Deal about Red Meat

For decades, red meat has been a taboo of healthy diets. But, is it possible to eat red meat healthily? We take a deep dive into red meat and what it brings to the table.

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The negative eating quality of Tropical Beef Breeds

Research conducted by MSA shows that tropical cattle breeds have a negative impact on the eating quality of many cuts, in particular, the striploin, cube roll, tenderloin and oyster blade cuts.

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Conventional meat VS Organic meat.

A staggering number of chemical additives, roughly 3000, are approved to be used in the production of food. Some conventional farms have started to inject their animals not only with antibiotics but chemical-based solutions that are aimed at supposedly building weight gain and to help extend product shelf life.

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Doctors Orders

Take it from the doctor himself. In an interview with the SBS, Dr Michael Mosley said I do think the dangers of red meat have been seriously overstated. If you have the grass-fed stuff I think it's fine. Dr Mosley went on to explain that red meat and beef, in particular, is, in particular, a source of protein, iron and B12 all of which support the blood cell health and brain function.

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6 Burger blunders that even self-proclaimed Grill masters make

Don't fall victim to these most common burger blunders that can take your grilling reputation from hero to zero very quickly. #1 The meat is just not up to par - If you can, try and steer clear of supermarket shrink-wrapped, perfectly stamped patties. Sure, it's convenient but you don't know kind of cuts have ended up there, not to mention all the hormones, antibiotics and chemicals have been added to the mix. Get ground meat from places you know you can trust (cough, cough. . . Us!). Our mincemeat has a great balance between lean and fat content, meaning juicy and tender patties without a fat overload.

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