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Fall in love with lean beef

2/5/2019

What’s your favorite treat to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Sure, you could give your sweetheart flowers, chocolate-covered strawberries or, better yet, a spring break trip to Hawaii. (We can all dream about tropical weather, right?)

Heart-healthy and satisfying

2/5/2019

If you’ve been watching what you eat over worries about cholesterol and heart health, you don’t have to only eat boneless, skinless chicken breast, nutrition experts say.

Ah-choo! Cold and flu season on the farm

2/5/2019

If you’ve struggled with a sinus infection or bronchitis this cold and flu season, then you may have gone to the doctor and received a prescription for antibiotics so you can feel better.

Bringing back the small-town grocery store

2/5/2019

A small-town grocery store is more than a place to buy food. It’s where people gather, share the news of the day and revel in being part of a community.

Video: Livestock care questions? Iowa Farm Animal Care has answers

2/5/2019

Learn more about the Iowa Farm Animal Care Coalition, which was created to answer the questions farmers and consumers have about livestock care.

Question: Are meat and poultry products labeled “antibiotic-free” safer?

2/5/2019

When shopping at the meat counter, you might notice some meat and poultry products labeled “antibiotic-free” or “raised without antibiotics.”

Recipe: Tzatziki-sauced Greek steak wraps

2/5/2019

From www.beefitswhatsfordinner.com

Embrace the joy of the holidays

11/30/2018

I must admit, I caught the holiday spirit a little early this year. I started listening to Christmas music the morning after Halloween, and my freezer is filling up with holiday cookies I’m baking ahead of time.

Don’t let food-borne illness spoil your holiday

11/30/2018

If you’re hosting a holiday dinner this year, or if you’re bringing a favorite side dish to the festivities, it is only natural to want the meal to turn out as near to perfect as possible.

Listen to your body

11/30/2018

When the calendar flips to January 2019 and we start regretting all the cookies and huge meals we enjoyed over the holidays, it’s tempting to make a New Year’s resolution to get serious about losing weight.

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