Chronically Healthy Life - Bio-Hacking Tip 46: Benefits of Grass-fed beefJan 05, 2024
For decades good saturated fat from red meat has been demonized to raise cholesterol which may cause heart problems.
Each week on the Chronically Healthy Life show, we share a new Bio-hack that leads to better health and longevity that are easy to follow.
On our Bio-hacking episode 46, Andy Nam shares the benefits of grass-fed beef and how cutting saturated fat from red meat has lead to health decline from low fat diets, trans fats, added high fructose corn syrup and salts for flavoring.
In centenarians, those that live over 100 years, have high levels of cholesterol with no signs of heart damage.
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