Is read meat bad for the environment? Or could it play a positive role in reaching sustainability?
In this talk from the Low Carb USA conference, Dr. Ballerstedt debunks many myths about ruminants – and shows how they can be a part of the solution.
Watch the full 48-minute presentation on our member pages, including captions and transcript:
Here’s what our members have said about the presentation, besides giving it a 4.8 out of 5 rating:
A very informative presentation.
An unexpected voice in the usual lineup. I thought it was worthwhile to listen to the side of the farmers. I would like to hear more about animal farms where the cattle are not romaing freely and how that method of raising animals impacts the quality of meat. I am still convinced that free-roaming cattle produces a higher quality meat than animals from farms where there’s no room to move, no daylight. Another presentation that would address these points would be informative.
Yet another high-quality awesome presentation. The lack of proper knowledge in the public debate over health and ecology is worrying, to say the least. I also agree with Francoise, I also would very much to like to gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of these issues. If @dietdoctor could help out with this, I would be very grateful.
Table of contents
3:20 What we are meant to eat
8:26 Re-examining the former dietary guidelines
15:20 What’s wrong with the agricultural system today?
22:40 Twisted facts about grazing animals corrected
36:12 We don’t eat enough animal protein
43:41 The challenge ahead of us
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The presentation is from this year’s Low Carb USA. It’s the top low-carb conference in the US. Next year’s conference will take place on August 3 – 6, 2017 in San Diego. Sign up now for an early bird discount (50% off).