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Grain-fed vs. grass-fed beef

The nutritional value of meat depends on the feed of the source animal. In the past, most cattle in Pakistan were grass-fed. In contrast, most of today's beef production relies on grain-based feeds. Compared to grain-fed beef, grass-fed beef has a higher antioxidant content fat that is more yellow in color indicating higher amounts of carotenoid antioxidants higher amounts of vitamin E especially when pasture-raised lower amounts of fat a healthier fatty acid profile higher amount of ruminant trans fats such as CLA higher amounts of omega-3 fatty acids Put simply, grass-fed beef is a healthier choice than grain-fed. SUMMARY Beef from grass-fed cows is higher in many healthy nutrients than beef from grain-fed cows. The bottom lines Beef is one of the most popular types of meat. It’s exceptionally rich in high-quality protein, vitamins, and minerals. Therefore, it may improve muscle growth and maintenance, as well as exercise performance. As a rich source of iron, it may also cut your risk of anemia.

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Health benefits of beef

Beef is a rich source of high-quality protein and various vitamins and minerals. As such, it can be an excellent component of a healthy diet. Beef is essential for building muscle mass Like all types of meat, beef is an excellent source of high-quality protein. It contains all of the essential amino acids and is referred to as a complete protein. Many people especially older adults don’t consume enough high-quality protein. Inadequate protein intake may accelerate age-related muscle wasting, increasing your risk of an adverse condition known as sarcopenia (In easy words “Lower muscle quantity which eventually leads to low physical performance”) Sarcopenia is a serious health issue among older adults but can be prevented or reversed with strength exercises and increased protein intake. The best dietary sources of protein are animal-derived foods, such as meat, fish, and milk products. In the context of a healthy lifestyle, regular consumption of beef or other sources of high-quality protein may help preserve muscle mass, reducing your risk of sarcopenia. Improved exercise performance Carnosine is a compound important for muscle function It’s formed in your body from beta-alanine, a dietary amino acid found in high amounts in fish and meat including beef. Supplementing with high doses of beta-alanine for 4–10 weeks has been shown to lead to a 40–80% increase in carnosine levels in muscles In contrast, following a strict vegetarian diet may lead to lower levels of carnosine in muscles over time. In human muscles, high levels of carnosine have been linked to reduced fatigue and improved performance during exercise. Additionally, controlled studies suggest that beta-alanine supplements can improve running time and strength. Anemia prevention Anemia is a common condition, characterized by fewer red blood cells and reduced ability of the blood to carry oxygen. Iron deficiency is one of the most common causes of anemia. The main symptoms are tiredness and weakness. Beef is a rich source of iron mainly in the form of heme iron. Only found in animal-derived foods, heme iron is often very low in vegetarian and especially vegan Your body absorbs heme iron much more efficiently than non-heme iron the type of iron in plant-derived foods. Thus, meat not only contains a highly bioavailable form of iron but also improves the absorption of non-heme iron from plant foods — a mechanism that has not been fully explained and is referred to as the “meat factor.” A few studies indicate that meat can increase the absorption of non-heme iron even in meals that contain phytic acid, an inhibitor of iron absorption. Another study found that meat supplements were more effective than iron tablets at maintaining iron status in women during a period of exercise. Therefore, eating meat is one of the best ways to prevent iron deficiency anemia. SUMMARY Rich in high-quality protein, beef may help maintain and grow muscle mass. Its beta-alanine content may reduce fatigue and improve exercise performance. Plus, beef may prevent iron deficiency anemia.

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Why You should eat beef

This article tells you why Beef should be essential part of your diet. Beef is the meat of cattle and It is categorized as red meat. A term used for the meat of mammals, which contains higher amounts of iron than chicken or fish. Usually eaten with rice which is called Beef Biryani, roasts, ribs, or steaks, beef is also commonly ground or minced and very famous for Shami kabab in subcontinent. Fresh, lean beef is rich in various vitamins and minerals, especially iron and zinc. Therefore, moderate intake of beef can be recommended as part of a healthy diet. Nutrition facts Beef is primarily composed of protein and varying amounts of fat. Here are the nutrition facts for a (100-gram) serving of broiled, minced beef with 10% fat content • Calories: 217 • Water: 61% • Protein: 26.1 grams • Carbs: 0 grams • Sugar: 0 grams • Fiber: 0 grams • Fat: 11.8 grams Protein Meat such as beef is mainly composed of protein. The protein content of lean, cooked beef is about 26–27% Animal protein is usually of high quality, containing all nine essential amino acids needed for the growth and maintenance of your body As the building blocks of proteins, amino acids are very important from a health perspective. Their composition in proteins varies widely, depending on the dietary source. Meat is one of the most complete dietary sources of protein, its amino acid profile being almost identical to that of your own muscles. For this reason, eating meat — or other sources of animal protein — may be of particular benefit after surgery and for recovering athletes. In combination with strength exercise, it also helps maintain and build muscle mass Fat Beef contains varying amounts of fat. Apart from adding flavor, fat increases the calorie content of meat considerably. The amount of fat in beef depends on the level of trimming and the animal's age, breed, gender, and feed. Processed meat products, such as sausages and salami, tend to be high in fat. Lean meat is generally about 5–10% fat Beef is mainly composed of saturated and monounsaturated fat, present in approximately equal amounts. The major fatty acids are stearic acid, oleic acid, and palmitic acid. Food products from ruminant animals such as cows and sheep also harbor trans fats known as ruminant trans fats. Unlike their industrially-produced counterparts, naturally-occurring ruminant trans fats are not considered unhealthy. The most common is conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which is found in beef, lamb, and dairy products CLA has been linked to various health benefits — including weight loss. Still, large doses in supplements may have harmful metabolic consequences SUMMARY Beef protein is highly nutritious and may promote muscle maintenance and growth. Beef contains varying amounts of fat, including CLA, which has been linked to health benefits. Vitamins and minerals The following vitamins and minerals are abundant in beef: Vitamin B12. Animal-derived foods, such as meat, are the only good dietary sources of vitamin B12, an essential nutrient that is important for blood formation and your brain and nervous system. Zinc. Beef is very rich in zinc, a mineral that is important for body growth and maintenance. Selenium. Meat is generally a rich source of selenium, an essential trace element that serves a variety of functions in your body Iron. Found in high amounts in beef, meat iron is mostly in the heme form, which is absorbed very efficiently Niacin. One of the B vitamins, niacin (vitamin B3) has various important functions in your body. Low niacin intake has been associated with an increased risk of heart disease. Vitamin B6. A family of B vitamins, vitamin B6 is important for blood formation and energy metabolism. Phosphorus. Widely found in foods, phosphorus intake is generally high in the Western diet. It’s essential for body growth and maintenance. Beef contains many other vitamins and minerals in lower amounts. SUMMARY Meat is an excellent source of various vitamins and minerals. These include vitamin B12, zinc, selenium, iron, niacin, and vitamin B6. Other meat compounds Like plants, meat contains several bioactive substances and antioxidants, which may affect health when consumed in adequate amounts. Some of the most prominent compounds in beef include: Creatine. Abundant in meat, creatine serves as an energy source for muscles. Creatine supplements are commonly taken by bodybuilders and may be beneficial for muscle growth and maintenance Taurine. Found in fish and meat, taurine is an antioxidant amino acid and a common ingredient in energy drinks. It’s produced by your body and important for heart and muscle function Glutathione. An antioxidant found in most whole foods, glutathione is particularly abundant in meat. It’s found in higher amounts in grass-fed beef than in grain-fed Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). CLA is a ruminant trans-fat that may have various health benefits when consumed as part of a healthy diet Cholesterol. This compound serves many functions in your body. In most people, dietary cholesterol has little effect on blood cholesterol and is generally not considered a health concern. SUMMARY Animal meat like beef contains several bioactive substances, such as creatine, taurine, CLA, and cholesterol.