Buffalo

Is Red Meat Safe?

…bacterial imbalance that’s leading to the build-up of harmful levels of TMAO. Instead, Eat Red Meat that is Toxin-Free I recommend eating range-fed buffalo, a red meat that contains none of the above environmental toxins. However, moderation is key when eating any range-fed meat. A 3.5 ounce serving every…

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10 Foods To Include in a Heart Healthy Diet Plan

…in both lung and heart health. Popeye was right on! * Free-range buffalo—An outstanding source of protein with minimal saturated fat. Grass-fed buffalo also contains omega-3 fatty acids. * Wild Alaskan salmon—Rich in omega-3s and the vital carotenoid astaxanthin that helps prevent damaging oxidation…

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Can You Follow a Strict, Healthy Vegetarian Diet?

…use meat to flavor their sauces. As for myself, I follow an 80-20 rule. I eat 80 percent vegetarian foods, and 20 percent meat—including lamb, buffalo, salmon and chicken. I also eat a lot of organic vegetables, fruit, eggs, yogurt and some cheese on a day-to-day basis, and I use organic milk on cereals…

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Just in Time for Spring: 5 Heart-Smart Grilling Secrets

…grilling that steak or lamb, we trim all the visible fat away. 3. For a Healthy Meat/Veggie Mix, Try Kabobs: Kabobs are fun and flavor-packed. Mix beef, buffalo, or lamb speared with chunks of onions, tomatoes, and zucchini. 4. Grill Up Heart-Healthy Fish: Our favorites are wild Alaskan salmon , Atlantic halibut…

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10 Cancer-Prevention Habits that Can Save Your Life

…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. 2. Drink clean water without excessive chlorine or chemicals. Chlorine kills your natural intestinal bacteria, which…

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How to Knock Out Diabetes Before It Develops

…is sweet, but has a negative glycemic effect. Plus, add blood sugar stabilizing healthy proteins to your diet including organic eggs, wild salmon, buffalo, organic chicken, and lamb. 2. Make these 5 foods part of your low-carb diet: avocados, nuts (macadamia nuts, walnuts, and almonds), chick peas, lentils…

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Is a Low-Fat Vegetarian Diet Healthy for Your Heart?

…the Mediterranean basin. I also follow the 80/20 rule. That means I eat 80 percent healthy vegetarian diet, and 20 percent meat—including lamb, buffalo, salmon and chicken. I also eat a lot of organic vegetables, fruit, eggs, yogurt and some cheese on a day-to-day basis and use coconut milk on cereals…

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