Hey! – Rob here 👋🏼
Your Daily Health Fix today is about …
A hack for consuming more organ meats
If you’re in to optimizing your health, bio hacking, and real human nutrition, you’ve probably already understood that increasing your protein intake from animal sources is going to pay dividends (especially when using it to replace less nutritious options). Whilst this is contrary to the ever more mainstream message attempting to turn the world plant based, thankfully, we have science on our side.
You’ve probably also heard that organ meats might be considered natures real superfoods? Well, whilst there isn’t much evidence supporting that we absolutely need to eat offal, there is no doubt that these prized inner parts have higher levels of vitamins, minerals and amino acids than are found elsewhere in nature, and they are all in a bioavailable (digestible) form for humans. If you suffer from depression, organ meats have been shown to have a significant impact on relieving the symptoms.
One problem –
We’ve been conditioned to be grossed out by these innards. Culturally once prized delicacies, but now out of fashion, we’re just not used to the sights, textures and tastes of these nutritious entrails.
In a previous Daily Health Fix post, we suggested a way of eating more liver – and why your should. Todays tip is a hack for getting your dose of this all natural multivitamin supplement while you’re still reprogramming your gross-ometer to view liver as the real cherry on the cake.
It’s burger time!
When you next go to get ground beef for your burgers, ask your butcher to grind Beef Liver (or any other liver) into it.
This will disguise the sight and the texture of eating Liver on it’s own whilst providing you with all the nutrients it has to offer.
Top tip: Use the ratio of 2:8 Liver to Beef, – meaning for every kilo of ground meat 800g should be your fatty cut of choice along with 200g Liver.
. . . That’s it for this dose,
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