A “grass-fed” label claim doesn’t seem to mean anything at all. The Health Ranger explains why…
Podcast Transcript: “I look at a lot of food labels, because I’m testing foods in the lab now and releasing a lot of results publicly. You got to check out ConsumerWellness.org for some of the results that we’re pushing out there right now. But one of the things I’m noticing is a lot of people – even in the supplements industry – are using this phrase ‘grass-fed.’ “Oh, it’s grass-fed beef products, grass-fed bone broth or grass-fed steak at a restaurant.” It’s all grass-fed. This term – I’m not even sure if it’s regulated by the USDA – is essentially meaningless, because if you think about it, grass-fed means “oh, at some point in the life of this cow, we tossed it a handful of grass.” Now it doesn’t say what else they fed it – hormones, antibiotics, insecticides, steroids, GMO corn, probably GMO soy…” Listen to the full podcast below:
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