How to cook chicken breast and beef? any other healthy recipes?

Question by BnHGold: How to cook chicken breast and beef? any other healthy recipes?
I need a proper diet for the gym, I know where to get beef and chicken breast from but don’t know a easy healthy way to cook it, my mum drowns it in oil which fails the whole healthy eating point. How can I cook beef and chicken breast in a simple healthy way? Also any other high calorie healthy recipes?

Best answer:

Answer by Ron P
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* 1 tablespoon dried parsley, divided
* 1 tablespoon dried basil, divided
* 4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
* 4 cloves garlic, thinly sliced
* 1/2 teaspoon salt
* 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
* 2 tomatoes, sliced
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Coat a 9×13 inch baking
dish with cooking spray.

2. Sprinkle 1 teaspoon parsley and 1 teaspoon basil evenly over the bottom
of the baking dish. Arrange chicken breast halves in the dish, and sprinkle
evenly with garlic slices. In a small bowl, mix the remaining 2 teaspoons
parsley, remaining 2 teaspoons basil, salt, and red pepper; sprinkle over the
chicken. Top with tomato slices.

3. Bake covered in the preheated oven 25 minutes. Remove cover, and continue
baking 15 minutes, or until chicken juices run clear.

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beef stir fry recipe? or any recipe with beef and veggies?

Question by ceci388: beef stir fry recipe? or any recipe with beef and veggies?
does anyone have a recipe for beef stir fry or any recipe that contains beef and veggies? i was going to make lasagna but my boyfriend is now determined to be a healthy eater and im mexican n we don’t really know the term of ‘healthy eating’ haha. thx.

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Answer by tastyland
there are so many recipes with beef in

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Pedigree Meaty Ground Dinner (with Chopped Beef) Food for Dogs, 6-Count, 13.2-Ounce Cans (Pack of 4)

Pedigree Meaty Ground Dinner (with Chopped Beef) Food for Dogs, 6-Count, 13.2-Ounce Cans (Pack of 4)

  • Hearty, healthy, and tasty – these meaty recipes feature the beef or chicken dogs love.
  • Optimal levels of oil and minerals to nourish skin & coat.
  • Highly digestible, so nutrients are easily absorbed.

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Plum Organics Training Meals, Vegetable Stew with Beef, 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 12)

Plum Organics Training Meals, Vegetable Stew with Beef, 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 12)

  • Pack of twelve, 4-ounces per pouch (total of 48 ounces)
  • Organic baby food
  • No artificial ingredients
  • USDA organic

At Plum Organics, we believe the joy of eating starts with the very first spoonful. Introducing babies to real food with delightful tastes and pure ingredients as early as possible can create a foundation for a lifetime of healthy eating. Our foods are cooked just the right amount compared to other processing methods to retain nutrients and our recipes are culinary-inspired to help parents nourish their little ones with yummy, nutritious foods. Our innovative shelf stable pouch retains the freshness, flavor and nutrients of the purees and offers easy feeding with a convenient, portable and resealable no mess solution for parents. Our products are certified organic, nutrient rich, free of high fructose corn syrup, trans fats, and artificial ingredients and use BPA-free packaging.Building on the core value of “healthy eating for life,” Plum Organics has created Training Meals (8+ months), a line of protein rich blends that are perfect for training babys diet with nutritionally complete meals. Training Meals offer the third step in developing babys palate with homemade flavors and heartier, thicker textures. Using only organic ingredients, Training Meals are gently cooked and naturally preserved in a convenient pouch that’s perfect for flexible portions.

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NEWS: Eating Paleo Diet with Meat now linked to DNA Damage & Cancer.

Harmful compounds raise risk of bowel disease ยท Volunteers fed diet heavy in beef and pork. DNA damage and cancer resulted from eating red meat.

See it yourself:…

Sarah Hall, health correspondent The Guardian, Tuesday 31 January 2006

"Eating large quantities of red meat can increase your risk of bowel cancer by producing substances in the gut that damage DNA, a study reveals today."

A comparison of cells from the lining of the colon shows that people who eat a diet high in high red meat have a "significant" increase in levels of DNA damage compared with vegetarians.

This damage can increase the risk of developing cancer, say researchers at the Medical Research Council’s (MRC) Dunn human nutrition unit in Cambridge.

The finding follows a major European study last year which indicated that people who eat two portions of red or processed meat a day increase their risk of bowel cancer by 35% compared with those who eat one portion weekly. The research by the MRC, monitored the diets of nearly half a million men and women in 10 countries over five years.

The new study, led by Sheila Bingham and published today in the journal Cancer Research, looked for physiological changes that could explain this result. "The question was: what was the reason for this association?" she said. "With this research, we have established a direct link."

The scientists monitored 21 volunteers, who each undertook three 15-day diets. The first, high-meat, diet featured roast beef sandwiches, minced beef pie, sweet and sour pork and cottage pie; the second, vegetarian, cheese or egg sandwiches, vegetarian and pasta bake, egg and chips, and lentil bake; and the third, meat dishes but higher levels of fibre. Cells from every stool sample were then analysed to check for the presence of any alteration in DNA.

The researchers found that when the red meat diet was compared with the vegetarian diet, there was a "consistent and significant" increase in DNA damage, while damage was intermediate with the red meat/high fibre diet.

The damage was specific to substances called N-nitrosocompounds (NOC) found in increased levels in the large bowel of red meat eaters. Some of these compounds are thought to combine with DNA and destabilise it, making it more likely to undergo harmful changes that increase the risk of cancer. Fibre may reduce the risk because it gets rid of damaged cells.

Scientists welcomed the findings as 80% of bowel cancer is thought to be related to diet and therefore largely preventable. Each year 35,000 people in Britain are diagnosed with bowel cancer, and 16,000 of them die.

David Shuker, of the Open University, who had previously established a link between NOC derivatives in meat and DNA changes, said: "These combined discoveries have allowed us to link red meat consumption to an increased risk of bowel cancer and may give us some clues about developing a screening test for very early changes related to the disease."

Colin Blakemore, the MRC’s chief executive, said: "Large bowel cancer is the second most common cancer in western countries and nearly 1m cases occur each year worldwide. This latest study, together with the compelling epidemiological evidence published last year, is an important step towards understanding and potentially preventing this common disease."

Ed Yong, of Cancer Research UK, said the study emphasised the need for a healthy, balanced diet with plenty of fibre, fruit and vegetables and reduced levels of red and processed meat.

But the Meat and Livestock Commission pointed out that the research assessed people eating 420g (15oz) of red meat a day – over five times more than the average man’s quota of 80g (3oz), and over eight times the average woman’s intake of 50g. An average fillet steak weighs 140g and an average burger about 100g.

"The danger is that people will take the message from this that red meat is unsafe," said the commission’s spokesman, Guy Attenborough. "But they’re talking about giving people the equivalent of two 8oz steaks a day, seven days a week. Anyone whose diet is that unbalanced is going to have problems."

Men who eat beef may end up in male cancer of the rear-end. This is now confirmed by medical science. If you feed your child hot dogs, hamburgers, steaks, sausage, and what you thought was a healthy diet, you are actually causing potential DNA damage to your own child every time you feed your child meat.…

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Solar Cooked BBQ Beef Tips

Solar Cooked BBQ Beef Tips
Cooking Tips
Image by EBKauai
This tasty dish was made with my solar funnel cooker. From the local market, I bought some stew beef and cut it into 1/4" to 1/2" thin pieces.

Into the pan it goes with enough of your favorite BBQ sauce to cover the beef.

Place it into your solar cooker for about 2 hours or until done.

The BBQ sauce combines with the juices from the beef to create a very tasty gravy.

Dinty Moore Beef Stew, 10-Ounce Packages (Pack of 6)

Dinty Moore Beef Stew, 10-Ounce Packages (Pack of 6)

  • Pack of six, 10-ounce packages(total of 60-ounces)
  • Every can is loaded with hearty chunks of meat and vegetables
  • Simply heat and eat for a meal that works as hard as you do

Dinty moore beef stew, 10-ounce packages (pack of 6) is loaded with hearty chunks of meat and vegetables all covered in thick, lip-smacking gravy. Just one bowlful will send hunger running for cover. Simply heat and eat for a meal that works as hard as you do.

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