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Studies have long found an association between consuming a healthful diet and better health, leading to a longer life, mainly from a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer. It has been estimated that dietary risk factors lead to 11 million deaths globally each year, making a poor diet the leading risk factor for death in most countries. Now, researchers from Norway have examined several studies and pooled the findings to develop a tool to estimate just how many years you may be able to add to your life by eating healthfully, if you make the dietary changes permanent.

FRIDAY, Aug. 5, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Higher intakes of unprocessed red meat, total meat, and total animal source foods (ASF) are associated with higher atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) risk, with the associations mediated by trimethylamine N-oxide-related metabolites, according to a study published online Aug. 1 in Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology.

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South Dakota-based meat processor Beef Products Inc. sued ABC News in 2012 over news reports that described their “finely textured beef produc…

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Peru's lomo saltado is fusion cooking at its easiest and most approachable, a quick stir-fry of soy-marinated beef, tomatoes and hot peppers that reflects the country's cultural — and culinary —influences.

CARMEL, Calif. – When Tom Radcliffe owned three Carmel-area pet stores, customers would often complain about how finicky their cats were. “They’d say, ‘My cat doesn’t like tuna, my cat doesn’t like chicken,'” said Radcliffe. “I thought, ‘Why don’t they make cat food out of mice?’ Cats eat mice. Ask Tom and Jerry.” Now, after selling his stores and enlisting some expert help – including ...

TikTok creator @sweetgreensvegan is positive this recipe will convince tofu haters to eat more of the popular meat replacement. A freeze-and-thaw method helps you get the perfect consistency. 

Did you know you can make seitan at home? This popular meat replacement is made from flour. Add your own spices or try this barbecue blend from @deboraspassions. 

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There’s an ongoing dietary movement shifting focus away from animal products toward plant foods; this is no secret. And there are many reasons people might limit or avoid meat, including religious beliefs, concern for the ethical treatment of animals, health concerns, and concerns about the well-being of the planet. While most people think of vegetarian or vegan diets as the only options, there is another one — a flexitarian diet.

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