Fat Cures What?
CLA stands for conjugated linoleic acid. This type of fat found in significant amounts in grass fed animals has been shown to have many powerful heath benefits when consumed regularly in moderation.
CLA fat cures certain kinds of tumors and cancers. Animals consuming just 0.5 percent CLA daily, experienced 50 percent decrease in tumors, including the following types of cancer:
Converts to both DHA and EPA to help reduce inflammation and ward off asthma.
CLA cures modern diseases
In addition CLA prevents and helps reverse:
High blood pressure
High cholesterol and triglycerides
Immune system invaders
Food-induced allergic reactions
Grassfed Fat Cures Diabetes and…
CLA’s actions actually mimic the effect of synthetic diabetic drugs in improving insulin action and reducing circulating glucose.
CLA Fat cures obesity Regular but moderate intake of CLA lowers body fat and increases lean body mass and increases metabolic rate especially when combined with exercise.
“A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutritioniv found that individuals who took 3.2 grams of CLA per day had a drop in fat mass of about 0.2 pounds each week (that’s about one pound a month) compared to those given a placebo.” https://www.mercola.com/beef/cla.htm
CLA is an essential fatty CID since CLA cannot be manufactured in the human body. you must get it from your diet by consuming high-quality dietary sources such as grass-fed beef.
Nutrients in Grassfed Meat:Other
Meat from grassfed animals differs from conventionally grain fed animal composition in the following ways:
Lower in total fat
substantial amounts of vitamin D in fats and organmeats of such animals
Higher in beta-carotene
Higher in vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol)
Higher in the B-vitamins thiamin and riboflavin
Higher in the minerals calcium, magnesium, and potassium
Higher in total omega-3s
A healthier ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids (1.65 vs 4.84)
Higher in CLA (cis-9 trans-11), a potential cancer fighter
Higher in vaccenic acid (which can be transformed into CLA)
Lower in the saturated fats linked with heart disease
Eating meats, fats, bone broths and organ meats from grassfed animals also means you avoid syntetic hormones, steroids and diseases commonly found in mass produced animals, raised absolutely inumanely, fattened on grain, held in crammed giant feedlots packed full of animals, standing in their own feces, without ever having an opportunity to experience innate natural behaviors such as roam or forage.