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Health Benefits Of Turkey

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Health Benefits Of Turkey

Whether it is sitting in the middle of your Thanksgiving Day table or sliced up on the sandwich you packed for lunch at work, turkey is one of the most popular types of meat in today’s health conscious society. Apart from being a delicious and succulent variety of meat, there are numerous health benefits of…

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Vegetarians and Meat-Eaters: Can They Ever Find Love That Lasts?

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Vegetarians and Meat-Eaters: Can They Ever Find Love That Lasts?

If you’re a vegetarian or vegan, you might have found that your diet creates a special pitfall all of its own when it comes to your dating life. Let’s face it; sometimes meeting people who share your values is hard, especially because only around 3 percent of the United States doesn’t eat meat. Of course,…

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Top 3 Ways to Keep Healthy Despite the Winter Chill

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Top 3 Ways to Keep Healthy Despite the Winter Chill

With the winter closing in it is common to take off your trainers and put on your slippers, whilst curling up with comfort food and a good film. However, for those with a bit more willpower there are ways to keep fit and healthy during the winter months. Exercise in Doors When it is freezing…

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Beef Halves Risk of Depression

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Beef Halves Risk of Depression

The virtues of red meat over white meat, and the importance of having sizeable portions in a diet to make it a healthy one, have been extolled over various media over the ages. Reports that the proteins in beef could help cure or keep cancers at bay created a flurry of excitement. Not far behind…

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Which Types of Meat Are Healthiest for Your Diet?

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Which Types of Meat Are Healthiest for Your Diet?

It’s an unfortunate fact of human evolution that our ancestors developed taste buds which signal to the brain that fatty foods are delicious. During those early hunter-gatherer days, our ancestors needed to consume fatty food when they found it because their lifestyle called for more calories and protein which often accompanies fat. Modern developments in…

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Food Poisoning: Don’t Let It Happen To You

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Food Poisoning: Don't Let It Happen To You

Food poisoning is a common illness which is caused by eating contaminated, raw or expired food. The incubation period for food poisoning ranges between one hour and 70 days. There are many different causes of food poisoning, such as not cooking meat thoroughly enough, or someone who is ill or has unclean hands touching the…

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Comparing Grassfed vs. Grainfed Beef

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Comparing Grassfed vs. Grainfed Beef

Whether you want to believe it or not, there are a lot of stories and reports out there about the treatment of cattle on high producing farms. Rather than picking apart the ways the cattle are treated, this article takes a look at how the different processes which farmers take can significantly impact the quality…

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What’s Your ‘Best Before’ Date?

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There is a huge amount of confusion about when products are safe to use and when they are not, and this confusion is leading to many of us chucking products in the bin when they are still safe to use. The government has pledged to tackle this waste, and is seeking a move to a…

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5 Ways to Lower Cholesterol

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5 Ways to Lower Cholesterol

Dying of high cholesterol is not just something you get when you are older.  High cholesterol can strike in kids and adults. Learning how to lower your cholesterol and keep it down are your chances at living a longer life. Your family does not want to bury you before your time. Below we will discuss…

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Halving The Amount Of Red Meat Would Cut Disease And Climate Change

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Halving The Amount Of Red Meat Would Cut Disease And Climate Change

It is believed that if we were to cut the amount of red meat we eat it would have a significant effect on the number of heart disease and cancer cases, as well as help to reduce a person’s overall carbon footprint. If we were to reduce the amount of red meat and processed meats…

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