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    Ronald Krauss on Red Meat & Dairy Sat'd Fat

    Just came across this over on meandmydiabetes.com

    Search Results Ronald krauss | Me and My Diabetes

    Nothing proved, of course, but potential interesting link between red meat, dairy saturated fat and CVD.

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    I'd like to see if actual fatty beef as opposed to beef and cheese would have the same effect. Also, if dairy + meat = bad then the jews actually got their diet right.
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    Oh and this could also be the quality of the diet playing a hand as well. There's a huge difference between Balderson's 5 year old cheddar and the grocery store stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Good View Post
    Oh and this could also be the quality of the diet playing a hand as well. There's a huge difference between Balderson's 5 year old cheddar and the grocery store stuff.
    Interesting point. I was buying the Tillamook cheese, no BGH in it...I avoid anything Kraft or processed.

    I haven't found much free-range or hormone-free red meat. I have something against eating a pig that was confined its whole life in a stall. I have found hormone-free ground beef, but I am not a big fan of "ground" anything. Free-range, organic chicken is easier to find. I have found Bison too, but only "ground".

    I only buy cage-free, no hormone eggs. Eggs are a great source of protein. A lot of "nutrition experts" shudder at eggs and push toast or refined box cereals like Special K!!

    I think meat is good for us, but I think unless one buys range or growth hormone free meat and dairy, one is getting a lot of chemicals and additives that are horrid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Good View Post
    Oh and this could also be the quality of the diet playing a hand as well. There's a huge difference between Balderson's 5 year old cheddar and the grocery store stuff.
    Balderson's 5 year old cheddar is the BEST! I need to get more from CostCo...

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    The takeaway may simply be to not eat beef three meals a day
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    Eat creatures nose-to-tail (animal, fowl, fish, crustacea, molluscs), a large variety of vegetables (raw, cooked and fermented, including safe starches), dairy (cheese & yoghurt), occasional fruit, cocoa, turmeric & red wine

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    Quote Originally Posted by peril View Post
    The takeaway may simply be to not eat beef three meals a day
    Yeah, just IF it and eat a whole roast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peril View Post
    The takeaway may simply be to not eat beef three meals a day
    I'd say that's a sensible response.

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    The interesting question might be what is likely not to be in that diet -- or not present at a high enough level?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peril View Post
    The takeaway may simply be to not eat beef three meals a day
    I have my main meal at night, 5/6 PM and a light meal around 1PM. I often eat only the main meal without the light meal. I rotate beef, chicken and fish at the main meal and maybe we have an egg based meal instead of meat . So, even though I love beef, I don't eat it every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moochy View Post
    I have my main meal at night, 5/6 PM and a light meal around 1PM. I often eat only the main meal without the light meal. I rotate beef, chicken and fish at the main meal and maybe we have an egg based meal instead of meat . So, even though I love beef, I don't eat it every day.
    If I eat too much beef I start to feel a little off, IDK how to describe it but heavy maybe? I start craving chicken and fish. And if I don't eat any beef for a while, i start craving beef. So I kind of go with a mix anyway.

    I definately think fish is important but am bad about getting it. When you're land locked, your options are limited (unless you want catfish!) and your prices are high.

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