At the moment I'm eating mostly muscle meat (hamburgers and sausages) and (shell)fish + organ meats weekly (liver, kidney and heart)
But since heart is muscle meat too, would it be a bad idea to replace the other muscle meat by heart alone? I know it's best to consume "the whole animal" but I'd like to hear some other arguments why I shouldn't.
EDIT: So I can conclude that eating approximately 1kg of heart per week is not bad, stand alone worse than the "normal" muscle meat?
I'm eating a lot of organic grass fed veal heart too, and cant stress ou good is it. Actually, i've set aside some and made heart jerky, which is AWSOME.
Nutrition-wise, i belive it is better than the traditional muscle meat, just compare it from fitday, PaleoTrack or other. From a buget standpoint, i can buy almost 8 pounds of heart for the price of 2 pounds of sirloin or top side grass fed too. you cant go wrong on that.
I'm not sure I understand the question....do you not like the other organs? If not but you're eating a variety of other meats, vegetables and fruits and fats then I think you're golden. Eat what you like (within the realm of paleo foods obviously), what makes you feel good. We eat a a lot of beef heart....it's yummy and nutritious and you can use it in many different ways. Not sure what the argument would be against it.