Surprise rippled across the U.S. last month as a new wave of consumers discovered that hamburgers often contained ammonia-treated beef, or what critics call "pink slime." What they may not have known is that ammonia - often associated with cleaning products - was cleared by U.S. health officials nearly 40 years ago and is used in making many foods, including cheese, baked ... Continue Reading
Pink Slime. Are You Eating It?
(BeWellBuzz) If you're amongst the average American who usually spends their lunch time munching on a beef burger, you might want to stop and think again. Do you know what's really in that beef you're eating with so much delight? It's definitely not your normal red meat what I'm talking about, it's something way more than that - it's called 'pink slime'! ABC News released a ... Continue Reading