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What If You Eat Spoiled Corned Beef
Food Poisoning: Food poisoning, also called foodborne illness, is illness caused by eating contaminated food. Infectious organisms — including bacteria, viruses and parasites — or their toxins are the most common causes of food poisoning. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/food-poisoning/basics/definition/con-20031705 ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No clear winner: Read the label- these are essentially equivalent if the fat content is similar. Both are good sources of protein, and the differences in types of fat are negligible between them. As always, vegetable and some fish sources of protein are even more healthful, but neither ground turkey nor lean ground beef is a bad choice for meat eaters. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I just eaten two beef burgers And took propranolol shortly after is it ok to eat before taking propranolol I'm on 40mg a day?
Yes. There will be: very little difference in absorption.Get a more detailed answer ›
For us boomers who like beef, what serving size (in ounces, before cooking) is optimal? And how many servings per week should one eat? I also eat pork
Choices; see my book: The correct question you should ask i s "what should I be eating based on my biology?" do as you wish but the human biology is that of a 90 (note, need not be 100) % whole foods grain-veg-bean = gvb ( fruit, nut and seed) vegetarian. If that is true & you can see muscles meet the muscles on your abdomen because of low % body fat, then2 palm sized servings a week = all your animal protein intake. ...Read more
Neither: Both are red meats with high fat and cholesterol (despite the lies by the U.S. Pork industry that it's a "white" meat starting in the mid 1980s [i remember the advertising campaign]). If you must eat meats, eat fish and limited poultry. ...Read more
Cows: Please go on-line to "The controversy over added hormones in meat and dairy." The "Food and Drug Administration" suggests that hormones in cows won't cause you any harm. ...Read more
Need some advice. Is buffalo meat truly healthier to eat, or is it the same but just leaner than beef?
Might be: Buffalo meat is much less likely 2 come from an animal that has been raised on grain feed laced with antibiotics and hormones, both of which r routinely used in U.S. Commercial meat industry because producers get more meat per pound of feed when they add these substances. If u r of the opinion that ingesting gratuitous antibiotics and hormones may be unhealthy..... Then buffalo is the way 2 go! ...Read more
Im 46 and female i get sick everytime i eat beef or pork what's going on. When i eat anything with beef i get so sick i can hardly take it?
Adverse rx: You have an obvious adverse rx to beef or pork. Possibly even an allergy. You should avoid these foods if they irritate you so. ...Read more
BEEF RIBS: Short and back ribs are beef and loaded with fat. It is ok to eat occasionally if your lipids are normal. That is if you have regular check-ups and laboratory is done. ...Read more
Pork: Pork that is cooked rare may carry trichinosis, a parasite that can cause extremely serious health problems. I advise never eating pork unless it is well cooked! ...Read more
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