In the recent years, meat sellers are extensively using a lab-manufactured enzyme called meat glue that helps them bind together disparate scraps of meat so that it can be sliced into cuts that look as though it is one single piece. This helps them to utilize meat parts that would otherwise be discarded. But, as consumers, we must be aware of the effects that meat glue has on our health.
Bone broth protein is the dehydrated form of bone broth that retains all the nutrients. It can help you manage your weight, and also improve your skin health. Taking bone broth protein can help you reduce joint pain and treat osteoarthritis. Additionally, it can also maintain your digestive health, and boost detoxification, by improving the liver's ability to eliminate toxins from the body.
Leftovers when reheated can get spoiled when not cooked or stored right. Don't reheat rice older than 1 day. Refrigerate cooked potatoes quickly and heat them thoroughly to avoid botulism. Refrigerate chicken and eggs within 2 hrs of cooking and reheat at 165°F. Boil spinach for 1 min to avoid cancer risk from its nitrites. Don't use reheated oil at all; it can raise the risk of heart disease.
Your shiny, spotless kitchen may not show it, but it is a hotbed for bacterial activity! Ensuring proper hygiene in the kitchen when cleaning, preparing, cooking, and storing food is critical in order to prevent food-borne illnesses including diarrhea, E coli, hepatitis A, gastroenteritis, and salmonella poisoning. Washing your hands, cleaning sponges and dishcloths, sanitizing kitchen surfaces and cutting boards, and knowing how to handle produce and raw meats are essential parts of kitchen hygiene.
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Babies can generally start on their first solid foods between 4 and 6 months. Up to 12 months of age, breastmilk (or formula) will continue to provide most of the baby's nutritional requirements, with solids as complementary foods. Cereal, vegetables, and fruits are all suitable for starting your baby off on solids. All food should be well-cooked, mashed, thinly diluted, and fed in tiny quantities in the introductory stage, progressing to thicker consistencies and increased portions as the baby grows older and more proficient at eating.
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Smoking can affect your health in too many ways, especially so during pregnancy. From infertility and miscarriage to health problems in the baby. Such health issues from nicotine exposure can last a lifetime in the baby and even affect the second-generation offspring. Before it's too late, here are a few steps you can take to quit smoking and keep yourself and your baby healthy.
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Chicken has long been lauded as a healthier option than red meat, but broiler chicken, with its harmful and antibiotic-resistant bacteria like E. coli, is not the best choice. While the bacteria can be killed by cooking chicken at 165 ˚F, grilling or frying the chicken raises cancer risk. So does a diet that replaces fresh veggies and fruits with just chicken, which is quite high in cholesterol. Choose more plant proteins and roast or stew the chicken.
Avoid boredom by adding a variety of foods (think a combo of healthy carbs like brown rice, proteins, and veggies!) to your plate. Fill half your plate with fruits, veggies and treat meat as the secondary part of your dish to help keep your portions in check. Develop a habit of practicing mindful eating until you are 80% full - and save leftovers for later!
Broiler chickens carry germs and bacteria that cause infections. As the chickens are given many antibiotics, some bacterial strains become antibiotic resistant. If you get food poisoning from these, they can't be killed by standard antibiotics. Plus the antibiotics themselves and growth hormones injected to the birds can enter your body and create health issues. Buy free-range chickens. Otherwise, cook the broiler to 165 °F and store below 40 °F.
Keep the fridge cool at 40°F and the freezer at 0°F. If it crosses 40°F, especially after a 2-hour-long power cut, meat, eggs, and milk may spoil but your nose may not be able to detect it. Don't keep the door open or even ajar for long. Store food in airtight containers, with the lid on and at the right place; for instance, meat in the meat drawer and eggs in the main section, not on the door shelves. Stored right, some fresh meat cuts can last a year.
Except for the essential amino acid glutamine in it that may help with weight loss, bone broth doesn’t have many health benefits. But there are ways to make your broth bowl healthier, adding some meat to it being one. You can also have the broth before a meal so you feel satiated faster which will stop you from overindulging.
Go for regular screen tests if you're 50 or have a family history of polyps, cancer, or IBD. Avoid red meat or processed meat. Load up on fibrous and colorful veggies and antioxidant-rich berries. Eat dairy products for calcium and spinach and sprouts for folic acid. Exercise in the sun for vitamin D and to keep obesity at bay. Go easy on the booze and stop smoking altogether.
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