|We are very concerned with nutrition and saturated fat consumption. Obesity, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, diabetes and several forms of cancer have been linked to the high consumption of saturated fats, which are found in abundance in domesticated animals.
In 1997, a study conducted by two cancer research groups recommended that "if eaten at all, red meat should provide less than ten percent of total energy.. but consumption of meat from non-domesticated animals is preferable."
Our bodies simply can not digest heavy saturated fats! If you are trying to eat healthy and still enjoy the flavor of red meat, maybe it is time to stretch your diet to contain natural buffalo meat.
Consumers seeking a low-fat, low cholesterol red meat should consider buffalo. They are a delicious, mild red meat that does not have the gamy taste associated with wild deer.
Buffalo contain much less cholesterol and fat than beef, making them a unique and healthy alternative.
Cool Bison Facts!
Q: What is the difference between bison and buffalo?
Q: How much do bison weigh?
Q: How fast can bison run?
Q: What do bison eat?
From The National Bisbon Association
Our Buffalo meat is chemical free. No growth hormones or stimulants are used.
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