Are Grass-Fed Burgers Really Worth the Extra Cost?

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Today, we’re going to discuss the difference between grass-fed burgers and conventional burgers. Are grass-fed burgers worth the extra cost?

On the package of grass-fed burger patties it will often say:
• Natural 
• Handcrafted
• Fresh
• Free-range
• 100% pure beef 

But, all of the above actually means nothing legally. 

The best burgers to have, if you can find them, are not just grass-fed beef but 100% grass-finished and organic. 

If you buy grass-fed beef burgers, and it doesn’t say grass-finished, chances are it was finished with grains. Finished means fattened. If it doesn’t say organic, then it’s GMO.

Burgers have:
• 0 carbs
• 14% protein
• 30% fat
• 49% water

GMO - Genetically modified organism 
GMO is a genetic modification of something. We’re talking about grains, primarily corn and soy.

GMO grains expose the cows to glyphosate. If it’s organic grains, the cows are not exposed to glyphosate. 

Glyphosate is an herbicide, and it’s linked to Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

• Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma is one of the most common cancers in the United States 
• Farms use about 1 pound of glyphosate per acre of cropland 
• Every year over 80,000 metric tons of glyphosate are put into the environment in the United States alone


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