Benefits of Paleovalley 100% Grass Fed Beef Tallow

Let's chat about the incredible benefits of Paleovalley Grass-Fed Beef Tallow. One standout feature is its low PUFA content, and that alone makes it a star in our kitchen. PUFA's, especially Omega-6, are less stable fatty acids that can oxidize when exposed to high heat, and when overconsumed (as is common in our modern diet) may contribute to inflammation. . It also contains vitamin E and D, which are supportive of heart, immune and bone health and choline, which is important for brain health. 

Now, what sets Paleovalley Grass-Fed Beef Tallow apart? It's all about the cow's diet. Pastured cows graze on grass, clover, and natural pasture delights, while grain-fed counterparts dine on grain, which can negatively impact the nutritional profile. We're passionate about using Grass Fed Beef for our Tallow because it aligns perfectly with what cows are naturally built to digest. What's best for the cow is undeniably best for you.

Here's a fascinating tidbit: Grass-fed beef tallow also contains a special type of fat called CLA --- that has been shown to support heart health, fight cancer and improve body composition.

Now, have you heard of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid)? It's a trans fat, and it's present in grass-fed beef. We opt for grass-fed cows because fresh grass significantly boosts CLA levels and may have benefits for your heart and body composition. It's a simple choice!

Ultimately, the reason to embrace time-testedoils and fats like Grass Fed Tallow isn't just because they're low in PUFA or rich in CLA, Stearic acid, Oleic acid, and more. These natural oils are superior because our bodies are finely tuned to process them, and the bonus? They elevate the flavor of your food. Furthermore, natural fats like GF Tallow don't oxidize like vegetable oils, and that, we believe, is a key factor in promoting heart health. Embrace the goodness and savor every moment in the kitchen!

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