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When it comes to beef, the quality and nutritional value can vary depending on several factors, such as the animal's diet, lifestyle, and how it was raised and processed.
Grass-fed and finished beef is generally considered to be better for you than conventionally raised beef. Grass-fed beef comes from cattle that have grazed on grass and other natural forages throughout their lives, while conventionally raised cattle are often fed a diet of grain, soy, and other processed foods. Grass-fed beef tends to be leaner, higher in healthy fats like omega-3s and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), and lower in unhealthy fats like omega-6s.