How can Homestead Natural benefit you and your family?
At Homestead Natural we believe an animals diet is correctly balanced when they consume natural forages, without grains. That said, our beef is free of antibiotics, hormones, stimulants or herbicide/pesticides residues from grains. All beef is grass fed and finished.
Therefore, Homestead Natural is proud to provide a superior tasting, 100% natural grass fed and finished product that is low in cholesterol, heart-healthy and over-all good for you.
Homestead Natural Beef
Homestead Natural cattle are born to mother's milk and raised in green grass pastures. We do not give them antibiotics, hormones, or stimulants, allowing them to grow at their natural pace. This stress-free life, coupled with superb nutrition, results in a healthy and delicious product. This is the beef nature intended.
Homestead Natural beef is rich in CLA (conjugated linoleic acid), which according to research, may be one of the most potent cancer fighting substances in the human diet. Our beef also contains the correct balance of Omega-6 to Omega-3 fatty acids.
Homestead Natural Beef Contains:
Less Omega-6: Reduces the risk of obesity, diabetes, cancer and immune disorders such as arthritis and asthma.
With 2 to 6 times more omega-3, it reduces the risk of mental disorders, heart attack, stroke and cancer.
More CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid)
With 3 to 5 times more, CLA helps convert fat to lean muscle. Research suggests it may play a vital role in preventing and slowing the growth of cancer.
Grass-fed beef delivers 2 times more beta-carotene, which helps lower the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer.
More Vitamin E
Even when receiving supplements, grain-fed feed has half the vitamin E of grass-fed beef. Vitamin E is a powerful anti-oxidant and is linked to lower risk of heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer's.
Less Total Fat & Calories
Grass-fed beef is naturally lower in total fat and contains approximately 30% fewer calories than conventional beef. Lean beef actually lowers your "bad" LDL cholesterol.
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