Alternative plant-based animal products may sound like a healthy option at first. But find out how fake meat, cheese, and eggs are actually damaging your health.
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0:00 Introduction: Are fake meats healthy? 2:15 The Impossible Burger and Beyond Burger 4:58 What makes grass-fed meat healthy? 8:45 Check out this video on grass-fed beef vs. grain-fed beef!
Let’s talk about fake meats—like meatless burgers, for example, and why they’re bad for your health.
As people are testing out alternative animal products like fake meat, cheese, and eggs, their health will suffer because the ingredients are not actually healthy.
Plant-based, fake animal products are not sustainable for your health or the environment. On the other hand, 100% grass-fed beef is a very healthy food and is great for the environment.
Cows that live on the land and eat grass are fantastic for creating fertile soil. Cow manure is the ultimate fertilizer because it adds essential factors back into the soil, including microbes.
The concentration of microbes in the soil is what makes plants and animal products nutrient-dense. To maintain a healthy body, we need nutrient-dense foods.
However, many ingredients used in plant-based meats, cheeses, and other products are GMO and inhibit microbial growth.
The only way to get nutrient-dense foods is to consume food grown on nutrient-dense soil.
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Thanks for watching! I hope this increases your awareness of why fake meats are bad for you. I’ll see you in the next video.
By: Dr. Eric Berg DC Title: Why Fake Meats Will Never Be Popular Sourced From: www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1N9si1HRIo