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"... grass-fed animals are less likely to harbor deadly bacteria like E. coli O157:H7. Their meat has fewer calories and less fat, and it has within it high levels of conjugated linoleic acid, which, in preliminary animal studies, has shown promise in cancer reduction. Grass-fed animals also have more omega-3 fatty acids than corn-fed ones, and although the omega-3's differ from those in fish, they may still be beneficial." From the Eating Well Section of the _New York Times_, /Greening of the Herd/ by Marian Burros (_NYT_, May 29, 2002)


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