Meat, whether it is rare, half-cooked or very well cooked, eats it with all the sauces. However, we are far from imagining that all our life on a summer forced to eat a meat of poor quality. Here are the reasons.
A Frenchman eats an average of 92 kilos of meat a year. Indeed, whether red, white, or fish, meat is the main source of protein for many people. That’s why it’s important to know how to choose and eat it. Nutritionists recommend eating between 300 and 500 g of meat per week for a balance of animal protein.
Unfortunately, much of the meat we eat today has not seen anything like that consumed by our parents and grandparents. Currently, meat is processed for economic purposes, it is less tasty, less nutritious and stuffed with additives. It is reserved only to fill the stomachs of consumers rather than seduce their palate. So how do you know if your meat is healthy, fresh and organic or if it is purely industrial and very rich in chemicals has turned to the chair to sell better.
Pasture animals no longer feed on grass
As we know, grazing animals must feed on grass. In France, 99.5% of the meat consumed is industrial. Cattle are fed with grains and other products that are supposed to make them grow quickly. The animals are fattening abnormally and their digestive system is destabilized because it is not made to digest this type of food. Always watch for meat from a grass-fed animal to ensure good health.
Meat is not natural
Animals reared in a natural environment provide better quality meat for the following reasons: animals feed on everything, follow their natural biological diet, are not fed, and are not fed only natural products . Meat consumer of animals imported outdoors in natural environments and not in sheds.
Poultry is not raised outdoors and does not feed on insects
This point is similar to the previous one, the chickens that are raised in the open air are forced and condemned to bend to the unhealthy conditions of the industrial breeding. The hens are fed, fed only processed products and have no contact with nature. Hens must eat everything, including insects and critters. There is no food in history but there is also the quality of life. Hens need contact with the earth, flap their wings, fight against the ground, move and run in the open air, etc … The industrial farm locks up and piles it in the piles without any contact with nature then scrambling their entire biological system.
The best option is to opt for poultry raised outdoors and fed naturally.
The fish chair is toxic
Fish is excellent for health because of its richness in omega-3, vitamins, minerals and proteins. But we must ensure its origin to benefit from its virtues. When it is released from a farm, it may pose a health hazard. One effect, one consumption can do more good than to maintain a good profitability, the industrialists use large quantities of pesticides, antibiotics and other chemicals like dioxin.
Prefer fish of wild origin. Those to be favored, according to an article in the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper, are like costume: gray bream, whiting, moon fish and Mahi-mahi.
You do not eat the whole animal
They may disgust some but benefits are not negligible. In a beast, there is no chair but there are also riches in iron and vitamins. If you have the opportunity, buy an entire animal and store it in a freezer to keep it safe. You have to make the most of the nutrients provided by meat and offal. Do not throw them away!
You choose lean meats
It is true that currently we tend to choose more lean meats to enjoy the pure chair and not the fat part even if the latter is more tasty. We choose veal fillet rather than shoulder or thigh. Before, all parts of these consommés were, this had the advantage of bringing more nutrients and flavor to the dishes. It is important to emphasize that you have to vary the natures of meat, the best is the marbled meat that contains a balance between chair and fat. For red meat, make sure to consume with moderation, no more than twice a week.