Meat

Tofu is the New Meat; Yay or Nay
by Jennifer Elliot | February 12, 2014

Tofu is being used as a substitute for meat by hundreds of Americans. There is a misconception that vegetarians do not get as much protein as meat eaters get.

Is Eating Meat As Bad As Smoking?
by Jennifer Elliot | January 28, 2014

Eating meat causes cancer risk reports Bio Med Central. This research describes that consuming too much processed meat available in burgers, bacon, sausages and ham is associated with increased risk of heart disease and cancer.

Where’s The Beef?
by Erica McMaster | October 08, 2013

“The way we eat has changed more in the last 50 years than in the last 10,000.” So goes the opening line to Food Inc., the eye-opening documentary that gave viewers an in-depth look into the shocking and horrific nature of the food industry.

Should you Eliminate Meat and Dairy and Go Vegan?
by Jennifer Elliot | September 06, 2013

Meat free and dairy free diet often known as a vegan diet has experienced an increased amount of success during the last few decades. This increased popularity is due to its nutritional advantages.

Top 5 Reasons to Cut Down on Red Meat
by Jennifer Elliot | August 27, 2013

Your culinary expertise must turn red meat in to a juicy steak, spicy burrito or you may reunite a funky blend out of red meat and red wine. Now, think twice while you’re tempted to feast on the gastronomic delight.

Do Meat and Cleansing Go Together?
by Sandra Harrison | July 18, 2013

Is there any place for meat in a cleanse meal plan? The short answer is “No!”. The long answer is that meat and other processed foods, like white bread and potato chips, are the very things that cause the toxins you’re trying to eliminate through this cleanse, so eating them will defeat the purpose.

Do Men and Tofu go together?
by Sandra Harrison | June 25, 2013

Tofu is primarily made from coagulating soy milk and is found in many textures such as moist tofu or firm tofu. The main ingredient in Tofu, soy milk, is also consumed by many people because they may have lactose intolerance or may consume soy or tofu as a source of protein for their diet.

How To Use Tofu As An Alternative Ingredient
by Sandra Harrison | May 30, 2013

Tofu, which is also known as bean curd in some cultures, is made from coagulating soy milk and bringing it down to room temperature to cut it out into cubes. Along with having a high nutritional value, Tofu has a characteristic of adapting its flavor according to the ingredients it is cooked with.

Turkey Vs. Beef: Which Is Better For You?
by Sandra Harrison | April 25, 2013

You may want to substitute turkey for beef the next time you eat a sandwich or a burger, believing that you are making a healthier food choice. As it turns out, this is not necessarily the case. Beef may be higher in fat and calories, but at the same time it is a better source of protein, vitamins and calcium compared to turkey.

Why Less Meat Means More
by Erica McMaster | April 16, 2013

Valentine’s Day, International Women’s Day, Mother’s and Father’s Day – these are all specific days allocated to a number of different people and causes, most of which are deserving of far more than 24 hours out of the 365 days in a year.