04/26/2019 (Fri) 11:24:01
It depends on the animals environment and what they eat too. But note the fact all mass produced vegetables by the major corporations are 1) nutrient deficient and 2) full of toxic chemicals such as glyphosate [which is being proven to cause cancer and many nations have already banned it].
Also, mass produced cattle is also loaded with toxic crap too: from hormones, steroids, antibiotics and sodium nitrate, and chicken meat is typically so dirty and full of bacteria they have to bleach the meat. That is God awful for your immune system and digestive system.
The real way to go is a combination of meat and vegetables but with strict consumer caution, such as: always buy certified non-GMO organic, make sure you buy free range chicken or grass-fed beef, stick to certified kosher if you can because Jews are very strict with the quality of meat they eat [the Jews eat kosher meat because they know the mass-produced crap they sell to us "goyim" is toxic], make sure when you buy any meat look at the ingredients to make sure its not cured in toxic crap like sodium nitrate. For example, you can find quality bacon that has been cured in kosher salt water rather than nitrates/nitrites.
If you buy quality meat it will be more expensive, thats the drawback. But find a legit wholesaler that sells high quality kosher/organic/non-toxic meats and you can save money purchasing in bulk. I buy half a cow (one full freezer box worth) once every two years. It costs me around $1,000 however this is enough meat for two whole years, thats a lot of meals for one grand. If you were to buy that much in a grocery store all at once you'd be paying by the pound and it would be 4 to 5 times the cost! So consider wholesale and investing in an extra freezer to store it.