Want to be on the cutting edge of nutrition? Go primal!
After a kill, predatory animals and hunter-gatherer tribes typically eat organs such as the heart first, because these are the most nutritionally dense parts of the animal. In fact, when Shannon rescued an injured hawk, the wildlife rescue experts instructed her to feed it beef heart, because that would best replicate what it would prefer to eat in the wild.
The leanest cut of meat available, beef heart is basically pure muscle, known to be loaded with much more than the normal share of minerals and vitamins found in other cuts of beef. The Mayo Clinic recommends eating 100% grass-fed heart because, compared to industrially-produced beef, it is higher in Omega-3 fatty acids, linoleic acids (also found in nuts and seeds), thought to reduce heart disease and cancer, and antioxidants such as vitamin E.
Heart is a versatile cut of beef — it can be served as a grilled steak, used as the meat in a hearty (sorry!) stew, or braised with wine. Any way you cook it, you'll know you are eating as healthy as it gets.
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