It’s time to cut through the noise of “plant-based” eating and make it work for YOU to achieve YOUR optimal health. And I hope you’re sitting down for this one: your secret weapon in adopting a “plant-based” diet that puts the focus on actual plants (most importantly, produce in all forms) is animal protein.
It’s no secret that animal-based protein offers the quantity and quality of proteins needed for a healthy lifestyle but having someone in the public eye shed light on that is always exciting for the animal agriculture community. That’s exactly what Elle Purrier is aiming to do.
Did you know March is National Nutrition Month? Meat, milk, poultry, and eggs are nutrient-dense powerhouses that can help you meet your daily nutrition requirements!
The meat aisle at the grocery store has become increasingly overwhelming. The world of steak-buying can be a complicated process for many, leaving most of us asking, “How does my steak stack?”
As a mother whose children have experienced hunger, I am concerned about the consequences Meatless Mondays will have on the city’s most vulnerable students.
Just like everyone needs farmers, everyone could benefit from registered dietitians, too!
It’s the start to a new year and many of us are evaluating our health goals, myself included. I dug my Fitbit out of the dresser drawer a few weeks ago to start keeping better track of my eating habits, exercise and water intake. With so many fad diets, it can be challenging to decipher all the health claims floating around. I am definitely not a nutritionist or health expert, but some things just make sense – like including lean meat, eggs and dairy in a healthy, balanced diet.