1 Nasty Thing You Wont Believe is in Your Beef

I am not saying there is anything wrong with beef, in fact, meat itself can act like a superfood. Its high in iron, protein and B12. However, unless you are purchasing organic meats from conscious farms, it can also contain hormones, dyes and be full of trauma. Yes, trauma….

Think of it this way:

When the poor cow is on the conveyor belt preparing to get its head chopped off, a surge of stress fuelled adrenaline pumps through its body, it’s terrified and in despair and we eat those same chemicals released from the cow.Sound a bit far fetched?

I guess it also depends on the cows life. Was it happily allowed to roam free in the meadow, or was it chained to a barn with 1000 other cows, whipped on the butt and forced to eat GMO corn and antibiotics? Again, these emotional chemicals and stress hormone-by products  from the cows are also ingested into our bodies when we eat the meat.

Sorry for the graphical image but do you really want to be eating this??

do you want to eat this
I guess it almost makes sense why people are paying top dollar to eat meat from cows that have been massaged and played music to every day. Its because it tastes better. Happy cows equals tastier meat.

These cows live on a farm outside of London and everyday they listen to live classical music

These cows live on a farm outside of London and everyday they listen to live classical music

But it doesn’t seem that all of humanity has reached that level of consciousness just yet. So, either adopting a vegetarian diet or buying organic and grass fed is the way to go.

Cows are amazing creatures and on this journey to enlightened consciousness it is important to remember that all beings are one in the same.

About the author


Tanaaz is the creator of Forever Conscious. She is an intuitive astrologer and aims to use her writing to heal and inspire. She is also the author of several books including the Power of Positive Energy, Messages for the Soul, and My Pocket Mantras. She also runs online courses and in-person retreats.