Dexter "SUPERBEEF", is like no other beef in the world. Tastier, more tender, but most importantly, healthier. We've provided a few sources of information about a few of the main health advantages to our meat. Enjoy!
SUPERBEEF has between 34 to 105 times more testosterone than commercial cattle, which benefits both men and women.
Testosterone is Proving to Be A Man's most Important Whole Body Anti-Aging
Youth Restorer. It Affects Almost Every
Part Of Your Health and Not Just Your Sex
Life Like We Used to Believe.
DiabetesMen with diabetes are particularly prone to low T. According to the American Diabetes Association, a man with type 2 diabetes is twice as likely to suffer from low T as a man without diabetes (ADA, 2013).
- Strengthens the heart
- Lowers LDL and total cholesterol
- Improves every cardiac risk factor
- Promotes coronary artery dilation
- Promotes healthy blood pressure
- Promotes weight loss in stomach area
"I know you've heard all of the buzz over the last few years about the health benefits of wild salmon and other fish that have higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids. However, did you know that there's a "land meat" that has similar omega-3/omega-6 ratios as wild salmon? In fact, this "land meat" not only contains as much, or even higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids, but without the possible negatives such as heavy metals (mercury, etc) and PCBs that can be found in fish frequently. I've talked about this type of meat before and how its one of the healthiest forms of meat you can possibly get... its grass-fed beef"
Mike Geary- Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer
"A recent study showed that over 25% of the Americans tested had so little omega-3 fatty acid in their systems that it was undetectable. This is a serious problem.
Natural Health Information Centre.com
How Too Much Omega-6 and Not Enough Omega-3 Is Making Us Sick
"At the onset of the Industrial revolution (about 140 years ago), there was a marked shift in the ratio of n-6 fatty acids in the diet. Consumption of n-6 fats INCREASED at the expense of n-3 fats. This change was due to both the advent of the modern vegetable oil industry and the increased use of cereal grains as feed for domestic livestock (which in turn altered the fatty acid profile of meat that humans consumed). Vegetable oil consumption rose dramatically between the beginning and end of the 20th century, and this had an entirely predictable effect on the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fats in the American diet. Between 1935 and 1939, the ratio of n-6 to n-3 fatty acids was reported to be 8.4:1. From 1935 to 1985, this ratio increased to 10.3:1 (a 23% increase). Other calculations put the ratio as high as 12.4:1 in 1985. Today, estimates of the ratio range from an average of 10:1 to 20:1, with a ratio as high as 25:1 in some individuals. So what are the consequences to human health of an 1-6:n-3 ratio that is up to 25 times higher than it should be? The short answer is that elevated n-6 intakes are associated with an INCREASE IN ALL INFLAMMATORY DISEASES - which is to to say all diseases."
Grass-fed beef is better than grain-fed beef in ten different ways, according to the most comprehensive analysis to date. The 2009 study was a joint effort between the USDA and researchers at Clemson University in South Caroline. Compared with grain-fed beef, grass-fed beef was:
- Lower in total fat
- Higher in beta-carotene
- Higher in vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol)
- Higher in the B-vitamins thiamin and riboflavin
- Higher in the minerals calcium, magnesium, and potassuim
- Higher in total omega-3s
- Healthier ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids (1.65 vs 4.84)
- Higher in CLA (cis-9 trans-11), a potential cancer fighter
- Higher in vaccenic acid (which can be transformed into CLA)
- Lower in the saturated fats linked with heart disease