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by John McGran, Columnist

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by John McGran
Diet.com Chief Editor

Do you like your beef big on taste and healthy nutrients, but low in fat and calories? Then you're going to love La Cense Beef. It may cost a little bit more, but you get a nutrient-rich beef that's high in Omega-3s with only one-third the fat and calories of traditional grain-fed beef.

They say you are what you eat. We beef lovers can take that a step further and say we are what our beef eats too.

If you buy your beef in the supermarket, you might think twice after learning where it came from.

According to the La Cense Beef website, "Most beef in supermarkets and butchers comes from gigantic industrialized meat processors, who are more concerned with their bottom line than raising healthy cattle in humane ways. They cram them into restrictive feedlots, and give them high concentrations of corn and grain to fatten them up. Doesn't sound too healthy, does it?

Where happy cows really come from

"We at La Cense Beef believe in treating our meat with the same respect we give our customers. At our compassionate, sustainable ranch, our Black Angus cattle is never packed into feedlots or 'finished' on grain. They are free to roam the wide open pastures of our Montana ranch 5,100 feet above sea level, a climate that produces grass particularly high in healthy Omega-3(s) fatty acids.

"And our cows are allowed to graze rotationally on the tips of tall grass the way they want to, and are meant to, because we know you'll benefit too. It may cost a little bit more, but the result is a nutrient-rich beef that's higher in Omega-3s and 1/3 the amount of fat and calories found in grain-fed beef. Plus, it contains no pesticides, antibiotics or hormones. And you can't put a price on that."

Healthy is fine. But to a meat lover like me, taste rules the ranch.

I sampled a few 6-ounce burger patties and a small steak and let me tell you... I'd stampede to the supermarket for more. That's if I could buy this great beef at the local market.

For a walk on the yummy side, you need to click here and order your beef direct from La Cense. During this special offer, shipping is FREE for Diet.com members. Before you order, feel free to graze their great website.

What's that? Why should you care about feeding your family extra beneficial beef that may cost a few bucks more than the plastic-wrapped stuff of questionable origin?

For starters, many studies show that a diet high in Omega-3s has many powerful health benefits, including a reduced risk of heart attack, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, arthritis, obesity, insulin resistance and allergies. Omega-3s also help improve brain function, lowering the risk of depression, schizophrenia, attention-deficit disorder, Alzheimer's disease, and other mental conditions.

Wow! I'm sold! If the California cheesemakers can brag about happy cows, the cattlemen at La Cense can brag about happy cows AND happy customers!

"We want our cattle to be happy and healthy because we want our customers to be happy and healthy," says the company website. "We bring our beef directly from our ranch to your door quickly and conveniently, with just a call or a click on our website.

Folks, you won't have a beef with this awesome beef. Give it a try today and let me, Diet.com editor John McGran, know about your experience.

For more information, or to order a trial pack of La Cense beef with FREE SHIPPING, click here now.

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