Grass-Fed Beef

You are what you eat AND what you eat eats! 

An animals diet impacts their level of nutrition and therefore, it also impacts our level of nutrition when we eat the meat derived from that animal.  If the animal is nutrient deficient, then the meat they provide us will not be nutrient dense.

Grass-fed means:

  • Humane
  • More nutritious and healthy
  • Tastier
  • Less waste

In this section we will learn about the difference between grain-fed and grass-fed animal products, grass-fed vs. grass-finished, and the nutritional benefits associated with grass-fed beef.

You can follow along in your book on pages 195-197.

What you will need:

The Transformation Book

My Transformation Journal (optional)

Slide/Notes Pages – For Note Taking


Remember to hit complete when finished viewing the video below.


  • Check your local Weston A. Price Farm list for local farmers in your area raising grass-fed beef.
  • If unable to locate a local farmer or food co-op, check with your local grocers for 100% grass-fed beef.
  • Where in your meal plan this week can you incorporate grass-fed beef?