Jenna Birch, The Washington Post Published 7:37 am PDT, Wednesday, July 3, 2019 This December 2017 photo, shows tangy citrus salmon in New York. The bright flavors of lemon and orange are a nice complement to salmon’s richness, and they appear in both the marinade and the citrusy sauce that accompanies the fish in this recipe. (Lucy Beni via AP) less This December 2017 photo, shows tangy citrus salmon in New York. The bright flavors of lemon and orange are a nice complement to salmon’s richness, and they appear in both the marinade and the citrusy sauce ... more Photo: Lucy Beni, Associated Press Photo: Lucy Beni, Associated Press Image 1 of / 29 Caption Close Image 1 of 29 This December 2017 photo, shows tangy citrus salmon in New York. The bright flavors of lemon … [Read more...] about From ﬁsh to bacon: A ranking of meats in order of healthiness
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Back in 2015, the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified processed meat as a carcinogen, which is just what it sounds like — something that causes cancer — because these foods have been shown to raise the risk of colon cancer and potentially other forms of cancer. There have also been studies linking processed meats to a higher risk of heart disease and diabetes. "The current evidence suggests the higher intake of processed meat, the higher the risk of chronic diseases and mortality," says Frank B. Hu, MD, PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Nutrition, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Hu notes that while there is no sufficient evidence to suggest a safe amount, eating a small amount of processed meat occasionally (once or twice a month) is unlikely to have an appreciable health impact. Now that we know that the occasional hot dog or strip of bacon isn't cause for concern, what about a more routine processed … [Read more...] about What exactly is a processed meat? And how much is safe to eat?
There seem to be a lot of foods that are "back" lately. Fat is back! Bacon is back! Eggs are back! Most of it is fueled by enthusiasm surrounding low-carb diets, Paleo, keto, Whole30, social media and perhaps a boredom with the more traditional dietary options like the Mediterranean diet. That's not a bad thing necessarily because it forces us to think about the fault in our dietary patterns, but as a nutritionist, one trend I am seeing a lot in my patients is the thought that red meat consumption is not as bad as everyone thought it was. Not so fast: Three new studies show that frequent red meat can lead to disease and an early death. One study found that dietary factors now amount for more worldwide deaths than smoking. Frequent red meat and processed meat consumption were included. What is processed meat? Let's first define what red and processed meat actually is. Anything with four legs is considered to be red meat. This includes pork (it's really not the "other white meat"). … [Read more...] about How much is too much processed or red meat?
Mar 14, 12:54 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury National By Susmitha Suresh 09/11/18 AT 8:22 AM An Ohio grocery store employee was accused Friday of stealing $9,200 worth of deli meat over the years, authorities saidTuscarawas County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Hale said the accused has been working at regional grocery chain, Giant Eagle, situated at 11031 State Route 212 NE in Boliver, Lawrence Township in Tuscarawas County, for eight years.Reports said she has been helping herself to the deli meat, mostly ham, at the store for years. She would sometimes indulge on salami as well.The incident came to the notice of the store’s loss prevention manager when he received a tip from someone that an employee was eating three to five slices of ham almost every day for the past 8 years, which led to him calculating the estimated money for the amount of meat she ate. Earlier, there were reports on how the woman, … [Read more...] about Ohio Grocery Store Employee Accused Of Eating $9,200 Worth Of Deli Meat
Applebee's had the restaurant industry's comeback of the year in 2018. US same-store sales were up 5.5% in the first nine months of 2018, after years of slumping sales and dozens of store closures. "I love that line, Jack Nicholson in 'The Shining,' 'We're back!'" Steve Joyce, the CEO of parent company Dine Brands, told Business Insider in November. 2018 was a good year for Applebee's. And, it came after quite a few bad years. Applebee's sales were plummeting, with dozens of locations closing as the chain struggled to reach millennial diners. Millennials, apparently, were killing Applebee's. The chain was simply not cool, and there was nothing that could be done to fix it. This year, Applebee's proved that narrative wrong. To be fair, the comeback began in 2017. Steve Joyce had taken over as CEO of parent company Dine Brands in September. In October, the chain launched the Dollarita, a $1 margarita deal that immediately lifted … [Read more...] about ‘Struggling’ food chain made the biggest comeback of 2018