I try my best to push the better quality meat during my father and my grocery run, but sometimes he'll just end up throwing in the CAFO ground beef, or the Perdue chicken. Tried to show him articles, tried to educate him a little on the subject, but he still gets stingy on me. Would be struggling bad if I had to buy my own food, so I can't complain, but I'm wondering if the CAFO meat in my diet (about 8-12oz per day) is actually doing more harm than good...I understand that cholesterol and saturated fats aren't horrible for us, but there is that idea of MODERATION, and CAFO meats throw those two out of proportion...Curious, are grains really more healthy than the CAFO stuff?
Also...I know there are a lot of people outside America here..How do they produce their meat? Are there CAFOs elsewhere like in America?