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Spicy Indian Chicken with Chickpeas

Dec 04, 2013

I like to spice things up in the kitchen; for variety’s sake, and health’s sake too. Turmeric has been shown to help with digestive disorders, the aches and pains from arthritis, and even prevent certain types of cancer. The Research As always, use organic ingredients wherever possible.  This goes doubly for the chicken in this [...]

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Easy Weeknight Chicken and Rice Casserole

Nov 08, 2013

Chicken and Rice Casserole This was inspired by a recipe I found in my grandmother’s recipe box after she passed away.  It’s perfect when you’re crunched for time but need a healthy, hearty meal.  Use organic ingredients whenever possible. The Research One of the reasons I eat organic is to avoid accidentally consuming genetically modified [...]

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Arsenic-based drugs used in conventional chicken production may result in increased inorganic arsenic levels in conventional chicken meat

Sep 16, 2013

In a study published in Environmental Health Perspectives, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future found that conventional chicken meat raised with arsenical drugs such as roxarsone contained levels of inorganic arsenic that were four times higher than levels found in USDA Organic chicken. In 2010, almost 88% of all conventional chickens [...]

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Use of antibiotics in chicken rearing leads to deaths from antibiotic resistant bacteria

Aug 07, 2013

Several strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria may have been caused by the large amount of antibiotic drugs given to chickens to control E.coli, according to a new study out of Europe.  The study reveals that as many as 1,500 people die a year across Europe from these superbugs. Infection rates of one particular strain, G3CREC, [...]

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