King Corn

24 Mar

Health Issues

If I am part of a public health task force, I would introduce people to eat grass-fed cow because the film tell us that an average steak from a feedlot-raised cow contains as much as nine grams of saturated fat. A comparable steak from grass-fed cow might have 1.3 grams of saturated fat. Saturated fat is a naturally occurring fat. Eating feedlot-raised cow that contain saturated fats raises the higher level of cholesterol in our blood. High levels on blood cholesterol increase our risk of heart disease and stroke.



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