There Are Health Benefits To Eating Wagyu
Vitamins A and E
Grass-fed Wagyu cattle contains double the amount of vitamin A and three times the amount of ( alpha-tocopherol) vitamin E than meat from feedlot cattle.
Grass-fed Wagyu cattle have the richest known levels of beta carotene (vitamin A), CLA(conjugated linoleic acid), and Omega-3 fatty acids. Studies show that people who eat foods containing these essential vitamins and fats have a reduced risk of cancer, cholesterol, high-blood pressure, diabetes.
Grass-fed Wagyu cattle have a stronger stomach due to their pH balance being a healthy pH 7. This means the animal is able to fight off offending microbes, such as E. coli. Furthermore, when the cattle are raised entirely on grass, they’re not exposed to the diseases and microbes that are found in feedlots.
Omega- 3s and Omega-6s
Studies have shown that there are additional health benefits to grass-fed beef. Chloroplasts that is formed in green leaves produces sixty percent of the fatty acids found in the grass is Omega-3. Meat from grass-fed animals contains two to four times the amount of Omega-3, and Omega-6 and is suggested to lower the risk of heart attacks, lower blood pressure, and help with the vital functionality of the brain.
Grass-fed Wagyu beef also contains more CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) per gram than any other foodstuff – 30 percent more than other beef breeds. CLA is a fatty acid with potent anti-carcinogenic properties, as well as being an anti-inflammatory agent.