Beef

Eating Healthy Foods: Test Your Food IQ

…saturated fats are heart healthy, it’s still important to eat a balanced diet so I recommend limiting beef to once or twice a week. You just want to make sure you’re choosing grass-fed beef, which is usually raised organically—so it’s not filled with antibiotics, steroids, hormones or inflammatory…

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5 Heart Healthy Grilling Tips

…grilling secrets. Heart Healthy Grilling Tips Safe Grilling Tip #1: Select Your Meats Carefully: Some of the best heart-healthy grilling choices are beef, bison, and lamb. Instead of buying fatty hamburger meat, I have the butcher grind up free range, top round steak into burger meat. Some places sell…

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Take a CoQ10 Supplement for Heart Health

…. CoQ10 Supplement Dosage Recommendations Recommended dose: Take at least 100–400 mg of CoQ10 per day. Dietary sources of CoQ10 come mainly from beef heart, pork, chicken livers, and fish (especially salmon, mackerel and sardines). Vegetarians typically will not get enough CoQ10 unless they eat large…

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New Study Shows Heart Benefits of L-Carnitine

…insecticides, and pesticides. So, what’s the bottom line? Eating red meat two or three times a week is fine, but make it organic free-range lamb, beef or bison. Continue taking your L-carnitine supplement to get its benefits. It’s the only molecule in our cells with the ability to move fatty acids…

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Reducing Inflammation is the Secret to Weight Loss

…fruits; low-fat dairy products; “hot” spices like garlic, ginger, chili peppers and curry; wild-caught fish; lean cuts of red meat such as pork, beef and buffalo; olive oil. * Eat in Moderation: whole grains, beans, tropical fruits, poultry, eggs, nuts and seeds, white potatoes, cheeses. * Limit or…

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10 Cancer-Prevention Tips That Can Save Your Life

…a regular basis go organic and range fed or grass fed as much as possible to help avoid excessive hormone and chemical ingestion. Remember regular beef is fed GMO corn which could be adverse to us over time. The best red meat in my opinion is buffalo. Plus, of course, don’t smoke. Cancer-Prevention…

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CoQ10 Supplement: Energy on Call

…heart conditions caused by a CoQ10 deficiency is congestive heart failure. Dietary and Supplemental Sources of CoQ10 Dietary sources of CoQ10 include beef heart, pork, chicken liver and fish (especially salmon, mackerel and sardines). But the average person gets only 2–5 mg of CoQ10 a day from diet.…

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Announcing the Best Heart Health Diet Recipe Challenge

…Instead, it should contain one (or more) of the following: heart-healthy fats (olive oil, coconut oil, etc.), heart-healthy proteins (salmon, range-fed beef, etc.), and/or slow-burning, low-glycemic index vegetables, such as asparagus, broccoli, kale, Brussels sprouts, spinach, and more. But you're certainly…

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Is Red Meat Safe?

…-carnitine (200 mg twice a day), and my acetyl L-carnitine (500 mg twice daily), as well as enjoy a modest serving (3-4 ounces) of free-range lamb, beef and bison, two or three times a week. Now it's your turn: What are your thoughts on this study?

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The Benefits of CoQ10 and L-Carnitine for Your Heart

…more susceptible to free radical attack. Recommended dose: Take at least 100–400 mg of CoQ10 per day. Dietary sources of CoQ10 come mainly from beef heart, pork, chicken livers and fish (especially salmon, mackerel and sardines). Vegetarians typically will not get enough CoQ10 unless they eat large…

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5 Heart-Smart Secrets for Your July Fourth Celebration

…carefully: Eating meat two or three times a week is fine in a heart-healthy diet. Some of the best heart-healthy choices are organic, free-range lamb, beef, and bison. * Focus on the side dishes. Balance out your meal with a healthy serving of vegetables. Not only do vegetables provide valuable antioxidants…

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L-Carnitine Benefits Hold the Key to Good Health

…most abundantly found in red meat. Lamb is by far the best source of this amino acid, but you can also get the benefits of L'carnitine it in pork, beef, and poultry. Although deficiencies in carnitine are rare in healthy, well-nourished people who consume adequate amounts of animal protein, many vegetarians…

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The Connection Between Emotional Stress & Heart Disease

It hit Jim suddenly, when he least expected it—a stabbing pain that left him clutching his chest and gasping for air. He dropped the tin cup of beef broth he was holding, collapsing under an olive tree in a foreign land. A lifetime of thoughts flashed like enemy fire around him—the faces of loved…

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