Best Wild Game in Town

By January 12, 2015 at 4:18 am2 Comments

Wild Game – It’s the only game in town for me~   I now rarely cook red animal meat that is not wild game.  Why?  Besides the lower fat content ( 5% vs 25% for domesticated), the higher omega 3 content, the lack or hormones or pesticides and the grass fed approach, wild game meat does not contain amyloids. These are fibril like structures which have been linked to cancer, MS, Parkinson’s, Diabetes and other destructive diseases.  Standard animal meat contains amyloids which can contribute to these disease. .   I stop by the Organic Butcher in Mclean VA weekly. Tonight its venison, bison and antelope stew.  Amazing and delicate flavor and it does a body good~

About the Author:

Teri received her Bachelors of Science from the University of Florida, she is a graduate of the Huntington College of Health Sciences, The National Institute of Nutritional Education, the National Leadership Institute, and the Upledger Institute. Teri is a Certified Nutritionist and a member of the International Association of Healthcare Practitioners and National Association of Nutrition Professionals. She also has certifications and extensive experience in holistic medicinal practices.

 

2 Comments

  1. elisabeth / November 27, 2017 at 12:52 pm /Reply

    Is farm-raised meat (beef, pork, chicken) problematic, or only conventionally-raised meats? Since true wild game can’t be sold, are these farm-raised game animals? Does the butcher have information on if the animals are grain-fed? We live close so I am curious.

    • Teri Cochrane / December 1, 2017 at 2:36 pm /Reply

      Farmed raised is better than conventionally raised, but I still ascribe to the wild(er) animals due to their other major benefits. The organic Butcher in Mclean is a great source for Wild game.

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