Where's the Beef?
- Yogurt as a meat alternative. // FDA Consumer;Jul/Aug97, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p36
Reports that yogurt can be used as a substitute to meat according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture school meal programs. Quantity of yogurt as substitute for meat.
- EATING A VEGETARIAN DIET WHILE LIVING WITH KIDNEY DISEASE. Brookhyser, Joan // Vegetarian Journal;2004, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p29
Discusses the role of vegetarian diets in people with various stages of kidney disease. Primary goal of the diet; Quality of plant proteins; Food sources of sodium, potassium and phosphorus; Food limitations; Vitamin and mineral supplements; Nutritional information sources.
- Burgers with attitude. // Nutrition Action Health Letter;Oct98, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p16
Features the meatless Gardenburger vegetable burger patties. Available varieties.
- White House veges out. Welch, Dawn // Shape;Apr95, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p22
Reports on the amount of Boca Burger fat-free vegetarian burger patties consumed by the First Family and the White House staff during a four-month span in 1994.
- Don't have a cow. Csatari, Jeffrey // Men's Health;Nov95, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p32
Compares the palatability and caloric value of meat substitutes with beef hamburger patties. Range of cholesterol and fat content; Focus on the substitutes' high sodium content; Price.
- Veggie invasion. O'Connor, Amy // Vegetarian Times;Jan96, Issue 221, p20
Focuses on the increasing popularity of meat alternatives in the United States. Demand for veggie burgers, rice milk, soy cheese and other vegetarian foods; Increase in demand among people in their early 20s.
- Live Longer: Go Vegetarian. // Healthy Years;Sep2014, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p5
The article discusses the life-prolonging benefit of a vegetarian diet. The topics discussed include the results of a study of adults and their diets published in July 2014, the health effects of a vegetarian diet especially to older adults, and the components of a vegetarian diet. Tips on how...
- Going Vegetarian. McCord, Holly; McVeigh, Gloria // Prevention;Nov2003, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p68
Focuses on issues concerning vegetarianism in the U.S. Health benefits cited by the American Dietetic Association for endorsing vegetarianism; Types of food which are allowed on vegetarian diets; Protein sources aside from meat; Vegetarian products recommended.
- Will Lab-Grown Meat Catch On? Radke, Amanda // Beef Expert Blog;2/29/2012, p9
The article reports that based from a "BEEF" magazine homepage poll which asked if viewers will ever consume lab-grown meat, results revealed that out of 48 votes, 17% say yes, 77% vote no, and 6% are not sure.