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Fat Free Milk: Your nutritious source to a hale and hearty life

Image Source : FREEPIK Fat Free Milk: Your nutritious source to a hale and hearty life In a world where we are dealing with a situation like the Covid-19 pandemic, it becomes crucial to ensure utmost care for our body and mental health. The four walls around us can get daunting at times while we continue working from home and attending online classes. To resist the same, it becomes imperative to stay calm, healthy and integrate physical activities in our daily life. The long hours at home might tempt you to indulge in consuming junk food which will really not…
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Study finds potential link between eating saturated fat from meat and heart disease risk

A study in more than 100,000 individuals has found a potential link between eating saturated fat from meat and developing heart disease. The preliminary research is presented at ESC Congress 2021. The association seen between saturated fat and cardiovascular disease risk in observational studies has previously been unclear; our findings are important because they provide a possible explanation -; that the relationship may vary depending on the food source. We found that saturated fat from meat may be associated with a higher risk than other food sources – in part because those consuming large amounts of meat also had…
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Vow and Nourish team up to make cell-based meat with animal-free fat

Dive Brief: Cell-based meat company Vow is partnering with Nourish Ingredients, a company that makes animal fats through precision fermentation. The two Australian companies will blend their products together, adding fats to cell-based meat so the end product more accurately reflects the taste and mouthfeel of meat from an animal. Vow co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer Tim Noakesmith said in a written statement that fat is "part of what makes meat irresistible," and it has been missing from many alternative proteins. "We’re committed to including a fat profile in our food that outperforms even the best animal fats we eat today," he…
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Local Eats: Scoop! There it is! New ice cream shop ‘Fat Tony’s’ hopes to serve community un-cone-ditionally

MT. MORRIS, MI -- No, Fat Tony’s Ice Cream is not related to the notorious mafia boss from The Simpsons, but their ice cream has become notoriously popular in the community.The new ice cream shop, located on 7513 N. Bray Road, in Mt. Morris, opened its doors to the community just over a week ago and it’s already heating up around town.“It’s definitely starting to pick up and it’s pretty good, it’s pretty busy,” said Tony Orefice, owner of Fat Tony’s Ice Cream. “It looks like it’s going to do alright. I was a little nervous at first – I…
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Fat Kid Fillys restaurant, food truck in Sioux Falls expands to Salem

A Sioux Falls restaurant and food truck is expanding into another location in southeastern South Dakota.Fat Kid Fillys, which specializes in Philly cheesesteak sandwiches, will be opening up in the former Salem Brewery at 233 Main St. The new restaurant will be called Fat Kid Saloon.The space is about four blocks away from owner Cody Sauers and his family."It's the whole reason behind it, to be closer to home," Sauers said.Sauers opened Fat Kid Fillys as a food truck in 2020. Since then, he's expanded to a food cart at the Denny Sanford Premier Center, a concession stand at the Canaries…
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Kraft discontinues fat free mayo

Photo: milanfoto (Getty Images)If you’re someone who “watches what you eat,” it’s important not to deny yourself the foods you crave by replacing them with a pale imitation of what you actually desire. Speaking from experience, that tactic only builds resentment toward the lower-calorie or otherwise “healthier” alternatives, rather than leaving you feeling satisfied with the swap. Nothing illustrates the gulf between regular and fat-free foods better than mayonnaise, a condiment that exists to add fattiness to food but whose fat-free iteration has somehow been allowed to proliferate for the last several decades. Today, Kraft Mayo says no more. Today,…
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