"...vitamin K2 is synthesized by animal bodies from its precursor (K1) in rapidly growing grass. Cereal grasses (wheat grass etc) and alfalfa are rich in this precursor, and these plants accumulate it in direct proportion to their photosynthetic activity ."
Latest scientific studies of the make-up of grass fed or standard shows no noticeable difference.
Grass fed has more vitamins, minerals, & 2 to 5 times more Omega-3's.
Grain just keeps the cow alive long enough for slaughter. All that you ever wanted to know about K2 "Green pasture supplies cattle with all the necessary nutrition and energy. By grazing lush grassland, they take in adequate protein, energy, vitamins and minerals"
Notice that after grain is mentioned "slaughter" or something like "it will keep them alive until slaughter" follows.
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You are what you eat, if the animals don't eat well then you don't eat well.
OH, believe me,
grain fed beef is just nasty.
I'm fixin to cook up 1lb of GRASS fed beef from a local butcher as soon as my workout is done.
I was referring to BUTTER.
Check the breakdown in it.
difference from Grassfed and grainfed is negligible to none.
The Kerrygold Irish butter has a slightly creamier texture so FOR ME is worth paying the extra coinage.
This be what is in the coffee I'm drinking right now.
Along with Coconut oil, stevia, and a dash of un-sweet coco.