Organic meat products come from animals that graze in the open pasture and receive 100% organic food, instead of hormones and antibiotics. Although organic meat may be more expensive, it is a healthier option and not worth saving on health.
Jim White also claims that organic meats and “grass-fed” meats are higher in omega-3 fatty acids, as well as conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a fatty acid that has been linked to maintaining optimal weight and overall body health. In any case, the difference in protein content in meat when fed grass or grain seems to be negligible.
For chicken, a 2014 study by a Canadian research team found that organic chicken contains a higher concentration of fat compared to caged chicken. However, when the skin was removed, there was no significant difference in fat content in both cases.