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When To Tell If Fish Is Cooked Thoroughly

Fish is one of those dishes that people think is complicated, but is actually pretty straightforward when you know what you’re doing. Part of that is knowing the 10-minute rule, which can help you estimate how long your piece of fish needs to be cooked. The 10-minute rule is simple enough, measure...
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Cutting Out One Portion Of Red Meat Can Extend Your Life By Nearly 20 Per Cent

Cutting down on red meat and replacing it with fish or chicken could add years to your life, a major study on more than 81,000 people over 8 years. Swapping just one portion of beef a day for a fillet of fish cuts the risk of dying over the next eight years by 17%! Replacing it with skinless...
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Is Seaweed Safe To Eat?

It wraps our sushi and with the growth of Asian cuisines, more Americans are experiencing seaweed as a food. So there is some missing information on the health benefits (or drawbacks) in eating seaweed. First, the term seaweed covers a gauntlet of different varieties but the main three you may come...
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Americans Eating Less Meat, Survey Finds

Two thirds of Americans said that they have cut back the amount of meat they eat, in particular beef and processed meats, according to the results of a newly-published Johns Hopkins survey. In 2014 meat consumption had fallen to a 20-year low and that has grabbed health officials' attention. Red...
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Chicken the Is Cause Of The Most Foodborne Illnesses

It's nothing to cluck at but chicken makes people sick more than any other food. The CDC says chicken causes the most outbreak-associated illnesses of any food with more than 5,760 food borne outbreaks between 2009 and 2015, causing 100,939 illnesses, 5,699 hospitalizations and 145 deaths! While...
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Grilling Foods Without Using Aluminum Foil

We are at the peak of summer grilling season! All those delicious foods cooked over an open flame or heated with red hot coals. However there is growing evidence that cooking foods in aluminum foil may be unhealthy as the metal leaches into the foods, especially foods that are high in acid. So here...
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Treating A Jellyfish Sting

Besides mosquitoes, love bugs and gators, more than 1,200 people were stung by moon jellyfish in Volusia County last week including over 100 last Saturday alone! Thanks to winds and ocean currents, a higher than normal number of ocean swimmers were stung by these floating invertebrate. Beach...
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Stop Overcooking Pork

As we prep the grill for the unofficial start of summer this weekend, when it comes to cooking pork, you are overcooking it because of old government data. Back when your father was grilling pork chops on the Webber, the rule was for the meat to reach an internal temperature of 160°F to make sure...
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Diets Rich in Vegetables And Fish Delay Menopause By Three Years

A research study suggest women who have a diet rich in green vegetables, beans and fish such as salmon, mackerel and sardines can delay the onset of menopause by as much as three years. It also found those who often ate refined carbohydrates such as pasta and white rice typically reached the...
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Are You Ready For Jelly Fish Chips?

Reaching for a salty, crunchy snack may actually be a healthy option in the near future. However we're not talking potato chips or popcorn, we're talking about jelly fish. Wait, what? Jellyfish?!?! While usually recognized for their squishy frames and poisonous tentacles, they're often prepared for...
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