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‘Mother Nature’s Miracle’: 5 Reasons to Choose Bison Over Conventional Meat
Americans eat a mere 0.07 pounds of bison meat per person yearly. This is unfortunate, given the numerous benefits of bison meat.
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Since ancient times, meat has been a cornerstone of the human diet, and it still is in countries like the United States, Australia, Argentina, and elsewhere. Meat is an outstanding source of protein, providing all the essential amino acids, as well as a variety of vitamins and minerals.
As of 2022, the most consumed type of meat in the United States was broiler chicken, with an average yearly consumption of about 98.8 pounds per person, followed by beef at 58.8 pounds and pork at 51.1 pounds.
In stark contrast, according to the National Bison Association, Americans eat a mere 0.07 pounds of bison meat per person yearly. This is unfortunate, given the numerous benefits of bison meat compared to traditional meats. Here are five reasons to consider making the switch.
The Five Reasons
#1 - Conventional Farm Animals Have Diet and Health Issues: Most chickens, pigs, and cattle are fed a diet mainly consisting of genetically modified soy, corn, and other by-products. This diet is particularly problematic in cattle because their natural diet entails eating grass. The grain-based diet often leads to diseases like rumenitis and “feedlot Polio” due to improper digestion and absorption of these foods. As a result, it’s normal for feedlot cattle to be sick. — Source
#2 - Overuse of Antibiotics: The use of antibiotics in agriculture began in the 1940s to treat sick animals. However, they quickly became a standard treatment as they promoted fast growth and combated diseases common in feedlots, such as acidosis, a metabolic condition caused by a high-grain diet. A study by Zhang in 2021 stated, “Antibiotic residues in meat may lead to several adverse health effects, such as the development of multidrug‐resistant microbial strains, allergic and anaphylactic reactions, and the disruption of normal intestinal flora.” — Source
#3 - Stricter Standards for Buffalo: The USDA regulations for buffalo are stricter, disallowing hormone and antibiotic treatments common in conventional beef production. Buffalo are almost always grass-fed, resulting in higher quality meat. However, consumers should be cautious of labels, as some buffalo meat may be grass-fed but grain-finished. — Source
#4 - Buffalo Is a Leaner Meat With Less Calories: Buffalo meat is lower in calories and fat but higher in protein compared to beef. For example, a 3-4 ounce serving of bison ribeye has 177 calories and 6 grams of fat, compared to a typical beef ribeye with 265 calories and 17 grams of fat. Bison also offers more omega-3 fats than beef and a better omega-6 to omega-3 ratio. — Source
#5 - Buffalo Has Several Nutritional Advantages: Buffalo meat is higher in B vitamins, copper, potassium, and zinc, making it a nutrient-rich choice. Research has shown that consuming bison is healthier for the heart than beef. A study in Nutrition Research found that bison meat appears to provide a healthier alternative to red meat in terms of vascular health. — Source
Boneless Chicken Breast: The cost per pound in the average US city is approximately $4.22.
Pork Chops: Retail price of $4.67 per pound as of 2022.
Conventional Beef: The retail price range for conventional beef in the United States as of November 2023 is between $4.08 and $10.43 per pound.
Grass-fed Beef: Direct-to-consumer retail prices for grass-fed beef range from $8.08 to $9.30 per pound for whole, half, and quarter carcasses. Ribeye steaks from grass-fed beef were quoted at $31.12 per pound.
Grass-fed Bison: The cost per pound of grass-fed bison is approximately $16.50. This price reflects the real expenses of raising bison, including USDA wholesale prices, meat processing costs, and ranch operation costs.
Bison is, by far, the most expensive option, which may be a major contributing reason Americans consume a mere 0.07 pounds of bison meat per person per year. But what if you could still enjoy the benefits of bison meat without spending a fortune eating it?
In a statement, he said:
Scientists have studied our tribe for years, asking how do we maintain such exceptional health. Our traditional explanation was to always follow the wisdom of our ancestors - maintain a strict diet of simple, natural, and raw foods.
But our bison stunned the researchers, proving what we’ve known for generations: bison organs are the most nutrient-rich, bioavailable, and sustainable source of vital nutrients known to man.
These bison organs are Mother Nature’s miracle – providing nutritional and hormonal support like no other food source on Earth.
• Bison Heart supports heart health, cognitive function, and athletic performance.
• Bison Liver enhances menstrual vitality, promotes radiant skin through collagen production, and nurtures liver health.
• Bison Kidney provides immune support and histamine intolerance relief.
• Adrenals help balance hormones, mood, and mental clarity.
• Essential fatty acids combat inflammation.
• The most bioavailable daily vitamins and minerals include what you need to maintain optimal health.
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