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Organic Beef Vs. Traditional Beef

Many health officials and chefs promote the use of organic food, but what makes it any different than traditionally grown fare? I...
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How Many Calories Are in a Bison Burger?

If you love a good burger but are trying to curb your calorie intake, give bison burgers a try. Bison is naturally leaner than bee...
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Prime Rib of Beef Nutrition

Prime rib, also known as standing rib roast, comes from the rib section of the cow. Prime rib is typically slow-roasted and served...
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The Sodium Content of Lunch Meat

Lunch meat is a convenient source of protein and an easy ingredient for a quick meal, but its high sodium content may be a hidden ...
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How to Make Easy Low-Carb Hamburger Casseroles

Finding new ways to prepare meat when you're on a low-carb diet can be a challenge. Casseroles easily add variety to dinner, b...
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Is Salami Healthy?

The word "salami" encompasses a range of cured, spiced sausage varieties with a firm texture. You may find mass produced...
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Is Lunch Meat Healthy?

Lunch meat, also called cold cuts, can be purchased pre-packaged at the supermarket or at a deli counter where it is sliced to ord...
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Diarrhea & Lunch Meat

Diarrhea that develops after you eat lunch meat may be related to lactose intolerance, food allergies, food intolerance or food po...
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The Different Ways to Cook Pork Chops

Pork used to have a reputation as being an unhealthy meat, too rich in fat and too low in other nutritional advantages compared to...
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The Length of Time to Cook a Pork Roast

A pork roast is safe and ready to eat once its internal temperature reaches 160 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the U.S. Departme...
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