Does Red Meat Lower Cholesterol

According to a study published in the European Journal of Nutrition, a diet that includes lean red meat can lower levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) while increase absorption of omega 3 fatty acids.

And if you want even more omega 3 fatty acids, consider this: choose the organic eggs instead of the “regular” ones.

You’ll ask yourselves why.. Here’s the answer: because whatever the chicken eats, you will eat. Organic chicks are fed on a natural diet that includes worms, grubs and flaxseeds, as a result of which you get more omega 3 fatty acids, more immune boosting vitamin E from the eggs. Also you make sure to avoid antibiotics, which can put stress on your immune system.
That’s it! Sounds simple, right? It’s a so common phrase that you are what you eat! Well it is right! Make sure to supply yourself with first class foods, don’t make excuses there! Believe me, your body will be thankful to you and you’ll soon experience the positive changes!