Grass-fed meats contain a significant amount of Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), which is considered a metabolic booster that fuels glucose sensitivity. CLA also helps fatty acids connect to cell membranes where they are burned as fat. Grass-fed butter has a significant amount of anti-inflammatory antioxidants, especially compared to grain-fed alternatives. They also have small chain fatty acids including butyrate, which help with leaky gut syndrome and inflammation. Grass-fed butter contains an optimal ratio of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. Just like the other foods in this category, cows, and goats that consume 100% grass opposed to grain create fresh unpasteurized cheeses. Grass-fed cheese is packed with omega-3 fatty acids and healthy CLA, which improves muscle mass and aids with weight loss.
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