Reduced Fat Meat Gaining Traction as Alternative to

Rockville, MD, Dec. 21, 2022 (Globe NEWSWIRE) — According to a just lately posted investigate report by Actuality.MR, a service provider of sector investigation and competitive intelligence, the anticipated valuation of the worldwide reduced body fat meat market is US$ 15 billion for 2033-conclusion. World wide demand for lowered-extra fat

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Is Red Meat Consumption Bad for You?

When the Skeptical Cardiologist was education as a cardiologist in the late 1980s there were two (unproven) ideas that experienced emerged from epidemiological study that I acknowledged as tested.

The initial was that consumption of saturated fatty acids (SFAs) of any style and in any food elevated the hazard of

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International Meatless Day: Mock meat dishes and other vegetarian food trending up

International Meatless Day is celebrated on November 25. It is also known as International Vegetarian Day.

The special day was proposed on 25 November 1986, the birthday of Sadhu Vaswani, the educationist who initiated a mission to adopt vegetarian living.

It is estimated there are 50 to 68 million vegetarians

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Taco Bell Doesn’t Need Fake Meat

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Fast food restaurants have been continuing their scramble to hop on the plant-based meat wagon in 2022, many to little success. Sure, Burger King’s Impossible Whopper is still around three years on from its debut, but many other experiments with meat substitutes have come

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Eat More Dairy, Less Red Meat to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Stockholm, Sweden — Among animal protein foods, low-fat dairy consumption may minimize the risk of developing type 2 diabetes while red meat raises that risk, a new analysis finds.

“A plant-based dietary pattern with limited intake of meat, moderate intake of fish, eggs, and full-fat dairy, and habitual consumption of

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Gluten-free diet risks, cultured dark meat production, COVID-19 on frozen foods and more

Deficiency dilemma: Long-term gluten-free diets for celiac women leads to nutrition shortfall – Study​

Women with celiac disease following a strict, long-term gluten-free diet could face major deficiencies in major nutrients, including vitamin D, folate, calcium and iron, according to a new study.

Consequently, their quality of life and nutritional

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Meat counter prices rising to ‘spook zone’ levels: food expert – Winnipeg

As barbecue season simmers down, the cost of meat is still rising across Canada, even as year-to-year demand wanes.

Several culprits are pushing the upward-trending price tags, food distribution professor Sylvain Charlebois told Global News on Friday.

“We’re slowly reaching the spook zone at the meat counter,” said Charlebois,

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Are saturated fats from meat and dairy equally bad for the heart?

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. From a dietary perspective, it is understood that consuming foods high in saturated fat is associated with low-density lipoprotein – otherwise known as ‘bad cholesterol’ – which increases risk of cardiovascular disease.

Meat and dairy are two significant contributors of saturated

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Vow and Nourish team up to make cell-based meat with animal-free fat

Dive Brief:

  • Cell-based meat company Vow is partnering with Nourish Ingredients, a company that makes animal fats through precision fermentation. The two Australian companies will blend their products together, adding fats to cell-based meat so the end product more accurately reflects the taste and mouthfeel of meat from an animal.
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