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1lb Boneless Beef Chuck Steaks Nutritional Fact
I've been vegetarian for a year. a restaurant put beef in a dish they said was "vegan crumbles found out after profuse vomiting. Why did I vomit so?
I have ground beef allergy (vomiting and diarrhea) but there is no reaction after eating other cuts of beef or other ground meats. I am also allergic to dairy. What should I do?
4yr old girl bloody diarrhea fever vomiting symptoms for 24hrs hasn't peed in 12hrs attends daycare ate ground beef fries coke 4days ago temp of 39c?
Stomach pain worsens if I move and pain started right after I ate instant beef noodles(long time I didn't eat bad food) pain is still current for 24 hours now. Urine and stool normal, no vomiting no nausea. What could be the cause and what medecine?
Where's the beef?: The choice of eating pork vs. beef ultimately depends on your health goals. The same size of pork compared to beef contains relatively less calories but about the same protein content. Although generally pork tends to have a higher fat content, the fat content of beef can vary depending on the cut. How either one is prepared may also have an impact. All the best in your pursuit of healthy eating. ...Read more
Would a beef steak that's rare, medium rare, or medium have tapeworms? This is Canada. Worried about tapeworms. Had a reddish inside steak.
Undercooked beef: Greatest risk of tapeworms is from undercooked meat, whether beef or pork in Eastern Europe, Russia, eastern Africa and Latin America. Beef tapeworm is relatively rare in US although I could not find any mention of our northern neighbor. Check out http://www.cdc.gov/parasites/taeniasis/gen_info/faqs.html for more info. ...Read more
What are the chances of getting a tapeworm from a beef steak that may have been undercooked. (Reddish inside)
Nearly zero: Tapeworm infection can be caused by eating raw or undercooked meat of infected animals, pork more common than beef. Usually there are no symptoms, perhaps a little abdominal discomfort; people see worms in stool! In the US, laws on feeding practices and the inspection of domestic food animal have largely eliminated tapeworms. Cook whole cut meat/steak to 145 and ground meat to 160. Stay well:) ...Read more
Not bad if lean: Lean beef is not bad for one's health, as long as it is consumed in moderation. Your leaner cuts of beef include the filet mignon and new york steaks. The fattier and less healthy cuts include your prime rib and rib eye cuts. Stick with the healthier, leaner cuts and enjoy in moderation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not much: Rare beef occurs when the cooking does not denature the red myoglobin in the beef. In this country beef is inspected and certified so disease is unlikely from poorly cooked beef. It does contain a goody amount of nutritional protein, and a few vitamins like vitamin b-12 less common in vegetable sources. Rarely beef can be contaminated during processing and outbreaks of illness have occurred. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No consensus but...: There is absolutely no consensus on this. One thing i can say is there is no need to eat any at all. Vegetarians & vegans would say none & a large body of evidence points to reduced risk of heart disease & cancer & longer life in those who are vegetarian. If you do eat beef i advise only grass-fed meat. Beef fed gmo-corn & given hormones/antibiotics is very unhealthy to eat! see my comment:. ...Read more
400 charact not enuf: Too detailed to give full answer here. In brief, adequate fluid, protein calories, fat, carbohydrate (macronutrients), as well as essential vitamins and minerals (we don't make them, need them for growth, development, repair) which need to come from diet. About 40+ nutrients all told. Easily available info online; just google your question (get more specific re: age, sex, preg, etc-differs for all. ...Read more
Varies!: There is too great a difference between the sexes, pregnancy, the young and old, and those with certain illnesses, and for those even on certain drugs. Their is a new field called nutrogenomics, which has identified vast differences between vitamin needs in humans. The most common needs: 8 glasses of water; 1g of protein per 2 lbs of body weight; and 20-24 grams of fiber for adults. ...Read more
Unclear question: Nutritional balance can mean a lot of things. Here is an excellent book on good diet: http://michaelpollan.Com/books/in-defense-of-food/ beyond that, you can have basic testing for vitamin b, d, folic acid, complete blood count and metabolic panel. If there are any deficiencies noted, additional supplement s may be needed. ...Read more
Probably: Along with tort liability for a false label, there's also laws against false labels that are enforced often enough to make these reliable. Soda pop is primarily marketing, with sugar or artificial sweetener, carbonated water, flavoring, maybe caffeine, dyes and preservatives. Sometimes they can hit the spot though there's nothing especially either nutritious or risky here. ...Read more
Pork & beef fair: Plant based diets are best for us to prevent diseases, so pork & beef are the lowest on the health benefits scale. They contribute to cholesterol, inflammation, many infectious diseases in the world. The benefits are when lean they provide B12 (which can be supplemented), iron (which can be supplemented). If you eat them, eat them rarely, use organic and lean cuts. ...Read more
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