Dietary Nutrients found in Grassfed Beef


In our last blog posting, we mentioned three important nutrients of Tallgrass Beef: Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), Omega-3’s and Dietary Protein.  Below is a list of why each of these three nutrients are important for a healthy body.




Helps reduce body fat and increases lean muscle mass

Increases the body’s Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)

Has powerful antioxidant properties

Has been shown to produce net anabolic effects

Helps prevent Atherosclerosis (clogged arteries)

Helps combat cancer

Helps prevent abnormal blood clotting

Delays the onset of diabetes and can lower elevated blood sugar levels

Helps lower LDL Cholesterol and serum Triglyceride levels

Reduces bone resorption and increases bone mass




Essential fatty acids in the human diet

Present in grass fed beef in a perfect ratio of 1:1 to 1:2

Lower LDL Cholesterol and increase HDL Cholesterol

Reduce risk of Heart Disease, Stroke and Cancer

Helps reduce risk of Hypertension, Type-2 Diabetes, Inflammatory Diseases, and Autoimmune Diseases


Dietary Protein:


Grass Fed Beef averages 76.5% protein by energy compared to 48.9% protein by energy in grain fed beef.

Diets that are based on lean, animal based protein help with the following:

            Reduce fat and increase lean muscle mass

            Reduce total, LDL and VLDL Cholesterol levels

            Reduce blood triglyceride levels

            Increase HDL Cholesterol levels

            Impoves Glucose and Insulin Metabolism


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