How important is grassfed and wild meat?
Has anyone noticed a difference eating grassfed/wild from not? Like can you attribute it specifically to the meat and not the lack of junk and processed oils?
Basically, this stuff is expensive! I have to wonder how necessary it is if you cut your refined oil/nut/processed junk consumption. I mean my grandparents lived to 86, and they'd been eating meat and fish from their supermarket their whole life...not to mention non-paleo. I don't think it was good genes either.
Also besides expense....the stuff tastes bad. Grassfed beef is overcooked easily and is usually tougher. Same with wild fish. Farm fish tastes juicier in my opinion.
Couldn't I just invest in cod liver oil and stick to paleo and have no fears about the "omega 6/3" ratio?