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Best and Worst Meat Choices

How to Spot the Healthiest Cuts

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9/23/2017 5:58:43 AM

CLEOALLEN's SparkPage
Very informative. Thank you
8/26/2017 4:37:12 AM

ROCKS8ROX's SparkPage
Absolutely beneficial for anyone who cooks and eats! Excellent article!
ELRIDDICK
7/25/2017 6:11:09 AM

Thanks for sharing
6/12/2017 7:01:16 AM

LIZSPRINGSTEEN's SparkPage
Thanks for all the information!
6/11/2017 7:39:45 AM

EMGERBER's SparkPage
So much to learn to eat healthy.
ELRIDDICK
5/26/2017 9:03:59 AM

Thanks for sharing
ELRIDDICK
5/5/2017 5:56:39 AM

Thanks for sharing
4/15/2017 8:32:19 AM

4LMHJCR's SparkPage
Great article and lots of really helpful information. Have printed it out and bookmarked it for future reference. I am not a big meat eater, but having this information will most definitely come in handy
1/16/2016 10:26:02 AM

ROADTRIPCHICK's SparkPage
This article is very informative. We are animal lovers and we eat meat. But, we only eat meat that was raised naturally, eating off the ground, etc. Yes, it's more expensive, but it actually limits that amount of meat we eat, so it balances.
PPCONFUSED
9/14/2013 6:18:43 PM

I chose to limit my meat intake to white meat only. No red meat. I ended up severely anemic and iron pills didn't correct it. Red meat did. I have never believed in a strictly vegetarian diet as I believe that if you are provided with the ripping tearing teeth we have then we are an organism which requires fresh meat. I also tried the Atkins diet at one point and passed out cold with in 6 hours. I'm Hypoglycemic so require a little sugar to balance. Balance in all foods we take into our bodies. Balanced Calories, nutrients, fats, etc. plus a balance in our activity levels which is my biggest problem as my arthritis and wrecked knees tend to get in the way for exercise..
9/4/2013 4:08:44 PM

GRAMMAOFFIVE's SparkPage
Our bodies make all the cholesterol we need. All meat product carries cholesterol. Of which we do not need to be getting any extra. Makes on difference how much fat is in the meat either or what kind of meat. It is just plain not good for your heart and arteries. And the protein in meat makes your liver work harder. Just facts I have been reading about lately. Don't mean to offend anybody. I use to be a meat eater too. And feel much better without the stuff.
9/3/2013 3:23:49 PM

JMGARDENCAT's SparkPage
You didn't address lamb, mutton or goat which are mainstays in many cuisines.
9/3/2013 11:59:13 AM

GINA180847's SparkPage
The most enlightening thing for me was that pork tenderloin is low on the fat scale. Often I can buy one tenderloin and get a second for free so that is what I buy a lot. Thank you it shows me I am on the right track.
9/3/2013 11:12:44 AM

CLAYLADY001's SparkPage
I too love red meat and we endulge often BUT now we eat leaner cuts and watch the fat calories also.We just eat red meat a little less often and have a good rib eye steak less often also.This is a good article and a wake up call for those of us who need to watch our intake of high fat foods.
9/3/2013 7:00:50 AM

SWEETNEEY's SparkPage
what about lamb, sheep?

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