Recently one of our customers, who prefers to remain anonymous, just told me that last summer his “bad cholesterol,” LDL, level was in the “high normal” range, causing him and his doctor some concern.
After recent testing his LDL level is now exactly in the middle of the normal range, and the only dietary change he has made was to switch from eating commercial beef to grass fed beef. (Mostly our Diamond F Brand 100% grass fed beef).
This is great news, and the really fabulous part, as he said to me, is that there was “no change in eating habits, no sacrifice.” Think about the implications of this for American society and its health crisis. If you can reap those kinds of health benefits from just buying beef from a different source, how easy is that? Granted, you will pay more for grass fed, it can’t be helped, but how much do you pay for those cholesterol lowering drugs?
If one simple change like replacing commercial beef with grass fed beef can create those changes in blood chemistry over a few months time what other healthy changes are taking place? My guess is that our customer has much less inflammation (the real precursor to diabetes, heart disease, and cancer) in all of his tissues.
We’ve seen the plethora of studies indicating that eating grass fed beef can reduce bad cholesterol but it’s nice to see direct results manifest in our customers.
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