"Where did you get the beef?" Mary asks me, worried.
"At the shopping center."
"Isn't raw meat toxic from all the antibiotics and injections animals get nowadays?"
"Yes, but most toxins store in glands, some organs and bone marrow because of the concentration of fats in glands, bone marrow, and some organs. I don't recommend eating glandular tissue and certain organs (that is, pancreas, thyroid, adrenals, testes, ovaries, liver, kidney, brain, etc.) and bone marrow unless they are from organically grown animals raised without injections and without deworming medication. Fresh muscle meat - steaks and ground - are okay even if you buy them at regular markets as long as they don't add coloring and you don't cook them. If toxins are in the meat, cooking the meat releases the toxins from the fat and some or all will accumulate in the body, eventually causing disease. Organically grown is always more nutritious and preferable. But if organic isn't available, regular is healthier than none."