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  • Sneaky Names for MSG: Check Your Labels - Dr. Douillard's LifeSpa

    Dr. Douillard's LifeSpa. Your Source for Natural Health News and Ayurveda "Proving Ancient Wisdom with Modern Science"

  • “Broccoli has more protein than steak”—and other crap

    Of all the asinine things that I read about nutrition—and let me tell you, I read a lot of them—this one has got to be the asininniest: Broccoli has more protein than steak.

  • Poultry - Wikipedia

    Poultry (/ ˈ p oʊ l t r i /) are domesticated birds kept by humans for their eggs, their meat or their feathers.These birds are most typically members of the superorder Galloanserae (fowl), especially the order Galliformes (which includes chickens, quails, and turkeys).

  • The High-Fiber, Gluten-Free Ancient Grain: Sorghum Flour

    Sorghum flour is an excellent high-fiber, gluten-free flour alternative. Its benefits include fight cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Try these sorghum flour recipes.

  • Paleo Food Mall: Products / Snacks / Stores / Vendors

    Paleo foods include: meat, fish, eggs, fruit, vegetables, nuts, and berries. Preferrably "organic." Excluded are: grains, dairy, beans/legumes, potatoes, sugar and fake foods.

  • Testing the quality of fruits and vegetables with a

    This book describes PAGE (Poor, Average, Good, Excellent) Testing of Fruits & Vegetables for True Quality by utilizing a simple tool, the hand refractometer.

  • How much protein is excessive? - Intensive Dietary Management

    As we discussed last week, excessive protein is turned into glucose and then to fat.But how much protein is excessive? That’s the real question that stirs up all kinds of controversy.

  • Protein—A Primer for Vegetarians - No Meat Athlete - Plant

    A primer on protein for vegetarians, including vegetarian protein sources, how much protein we need, and special needs for vegetarian athletes.

  • The Paleo Diet for Vegetarians - No Meat Athlete

    Since the Paleo diet relies heavily on meat, a Paleo diet for vegetarians seems like a contradiction. Here's how to make the Paleo diet and vegetarianism work well together.

  • Meat - Wikipedia

    Meat is food source rich in protein traditionally made from animal flesh.: 1 Humans have hunted and killed animals for meat since prehistoric times. The advent of civilization allowed the domestication of animals such as chickens, sheep, rabbits, pigs and cattle.

  • Easy Lentil Meatballs (Vegetarian, Gluten Free)

    Easy baked Vegetarian Lentil Meatballs - Simple, healthy, gluten free, and protein packed! Perfect for a simple, filling meatless meal.

  • NATURE CURES A-Z of Natural Foods and Nutritional Benefits

    A-Z list of natural foods and their dietary and medicinal benefits.

  • What I actually eat (circa Q4 2011) - Peter Attia

    Note to readers: This post was written in December of 2011. PLEASE do not ask me why I eat ‘this’ or why I don’t eat ‘that’ — as what is shown here does not necessarily reflect what or how I eat today (or more importantly, how you should eat).

  • The Food Timeline: history notes--Asian-American cuisine

    California rolls The California roll [aka Kappa Maki, Cucumber Roll, California Maki, Kashu Maki] is a classic example of "American sushi," early fusion cuisine incorporating new ingredients into traditional Asian recipes.

  • TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein) | Bob's Red Mill

    Textured Vegetable Protein is the perfect meat substitute in almost any recipe that calls for ground beef or turkey. Free shipping on orders over $50.

  • Absolute Organix Lifematrix – SA's natural and organic

    For over a decade Absolute Organix has been producing a range of superior omega oils, cold-pressing organic flax (and now also chia) seed oils and blending them with other quality plant oils.

  • stearic acid, 57-11-4 - The Good Scents Company

    Constit. of most vegetable and animal fats. Food uses include: flavour modifier, adjuvant, defoamer, lubricant, masticatory aid in chewing gum base, component of fruit coatings and clarifying agent in wines Stearic acid (first syllable rhymes with either bear or gear) or 18:0 is a saturated fatty acid.