A recent study that didn’t condemn red meat drew outrage from numerous self-proclaimed health authorities. But a prominent M.D. has now weighed in with the opposite opinion.
Finally — a bright idea for a mealtime recipe that sounds good, looks appetizing and actually delivers what all seasonal recipes promise: Taste, nutrition and ease of preparation.
The search for a singular cause of lifestyle diseases۪ such as type 2 diabetes is beginning the resemble the quest for the Holy Grail. And the end point is proving to be just as disappointing.
Forget about the (alleged) cancer-causing properties of red meats. As the summer season arrives, backyard barbecue aficionados now have to worry about how they cook the meat.
It۪s bad enough wading through rhetorical swamps teeming with PR-ese written by animal activist screechers. But since when did the mainstream media become their press agents?
Follow the money. That might be the best way to determine whether meatless meats become a disruptive technology for livestock producers or just another niche player in a multitrillion-dollar global protein industry.
Sure, you can believe that wolfing down an Impossible Burger is the ticket to saving the world from climate disaster. Or, you could recognize there are far better ways to achieve that goal.
Even as animal activists are pushing for new regulations that will further constrain European producers, the public is voting with their euros in support of the meat products they love.