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August 23, 2017

The Benefits of Eating Grass Fed Organ Meats

by Wendy Myers


Many organ meats offer denser source of nutrition than muscle meat. Liver is not a source of toxic metals, as is mistakenly believed, but kidneys should be avoided. Learn why!

It seems like the culinary world is finally embracing what we’ve known all along: offal, or organ meats offer a whole new range of delicious tastes and textures. And when you indulge in grass fed beef tongue, heart, liver, brain, sweetbreads, and tripe you open yourself up to powerful health benefits.

For instance, there are 20 grams of protein, 4.1 grams of calcium, 4.4 grams of iron, and 14.3 grams of magnesium in just one serving of beef liver! Liver is so nutrient dense you should try eating it on at least a weekly basis! I like to add liver to chili. Read More…

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