The newly re-launched beefinfo.org offers solutions to those
TORONTO, Jan. 21 /CNW/ - It's back to school, back to dinners and back to
grocery shopping for the same old stuff. With New Year's resolutions making us
feel guilty every time we drive past the gym, it's time to make a change - a
change that tastes good. Here are some solutions to those pesky resolutions.
New Year's Resolution No. 1: I want prepare healthier meals for me and my
New Year's Solution: Visit the newly re-launched www.beefinfo.org to find
hundreds of tried and proven recipes. Each recipe comes complete with
nutritional information, links to video cooking lessons, and easy to follow
step-by-step instructions. With 14 essential nutrients, Canadian beef is a
great choice for healthy living and is part of Eating Well with Canada's Food
Guide which recommends 2-3 servings (75 g each) of Meat and Alternatives each
day for adults.
New Year's Resolution No. 2: I want to watch my weight.
New Year's Solution: Did you know bumping up the protein in your meals
may keep you satisfied longer? This can help you resist those urges to reach
for unhealthy snacks between meals. And, since protein may help curb your
hunger, it may help control your calorie intake and lose more weight. Research
has also shown our bodies naturally burn a few more calories when we eat
protein-rich meals, than higher fat or carbohydrate meals. It has also been
shown weight loss diets rich in lean protein can help improve blood
triglyceride (fat) and blood glucose (sugar) levels. This is great if want to
lower your risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Visit Nutrition and Health at the new beefinfo.org to find out how you
can lean on Canadian beef for healthy living.
New Year's Resolution No. 3: I want to learn how to cook some of our
favourite take-out foods and save money by making them at home.
New Year's Solution: Enjoy Thai take-out? Visit the recipe section of the
new beefinfo.org and search under 'Country'. With step-by-step instructions
you'll never need to order take-out again! Enjoy a nice steakhouse grilled
steak but don't know how? Visit the new beefinfo.org and check out our cooking
lessons, your house will be the ultimate steakhouse! Found rock bottom prices
on unfamiliar beef cuts at the grocery store? Learn how to transform
inexpensive cuts of beef into marvelous meals with the magic of marinade at
Beef 101, stretching both your grocery dollars and meal repertoires. Signed up
to be Super-Mom for the grade five class party at the last PTA meeting? Find
'Lots of Kids' recipes at the new beefinfo.org and watch them gobble it up.
No matter the New Year's resolution, the solution is found at the new
beefinfo.org. Click on by and discover just how easy it is to lean on Canadian
beef for taste and waist satisfaction.
Visit the NEW beefinfo.org and check out Beef 101, it's everything you
need to know about buying and cooking Canada's favourite protein. While
online, don't forget to join the Make It Beef Club with monthly e-newsletters
complete with recipes, nutrition tips and much more.
For further information:
For further information: or for recipes and interviews please contact
Heather Travis, firstname.lastname@example.org, (905) 821-4900 ext 215