Eating raw meat whether your on a raw meat diet or not, should include grass fed meats.
Grass fed meats are probably the healthiest and safest meats to eat especially if you are on a raw meat diet.
Most people fear eating raw meat because they have been convinced that eating any type of raw meat will give them human tapeworms.
However, many cultures have been eating raw meat for a very long time! Steak tartare for example.
Raw meat does come with some very powerful benefits and you will have to weigh these benefits against the possible risk of getting human tapeworms.
Raw meats can contain parasitic organisms such as tapeworms, hookworms, etc. and that does include cows feeding on contaminated grass or grass fed meats.
Tapeworm infection can be acquired by eating raw or the undercooked meat of an infected animal.
Tapeworms have both male and female parts and therefore, can produce their own parasitic eggs.
These parasitic worms can become a real problem if they thrive and grow inside of you.
The symptoms of tapeworms will noticeably arise when a human tapeworm becomes too large and starts blocking your bowel. And it can also deprive your body of important nutrients.
Shockingly, human tapeworms can grow to as large as 26 to 27 feet in a pretty short time.
However, some raw foodist insist that "wormlike" parasites are beneficial and not harmful.
Rather these organisms are seen as nature's "cleanup crew" by some raw foodist.
BTW, worms have also been linked to grain eaters - maybe even more so than people on a raw meat diet.
As of lately, I have gotten over my fear of consuming raw meat and eat raw grass fed meats without any fear or problems.
If your deathly afraid of eating raw meat, freezing raw meat can kill some pathogens and parasites, but not all.
However, it's important to note that freezing will destroy some of the beneficial properties of raw meat.
Raw meat can come with its share of bacteria and it's also important to note that most of your digestion will come from bacteria called "friendly bacteria".
If you want a good amount of "friendly bacteria" because your on a raw meat diet - you'll want to eat grass fed meats.
Be aware of the symptoms of tapeworms and have yourself tested using a doctor trained in spotting human tapeworms if you suspect that you have human tapeworms.
Grain feeding promotes the growth of dangerous E. Coli that is more likely to pass through your stomach and infect your colon.
When cattle are fed grass, the amount of dangerous E.Coli decreases dramatically probably along with other parasites.
Also, nano bacteria is abundant in factory farmed animals and is another reason to choose grass fed meats!