6packofun Posted January 21, 2011 Share Posted January 21, 2011 I'm curious about the differences in people's thinking on (what I thought were) fatty meats like bacon and sausage being a regular thing on the menu when asked about eating healthy. It seems as if those who get their meat *fresh* and unpolluted, etc. consider it part of a healthy diet. Perhaps not daily, but regular. Now, I don't necessarily want to get into the low-carb or Atkins conversation, so perhaps that's what's going on in the responses. I just find it interesting that as long as dairy and beef and pork are more natural, that they are considered healthy. Maybe only lean cuts are being had? What say you? (We're meat-eaters here, but I stay away from things like bacon, sausage and the fattier beef and pork, go skinless with poultry and all that. I'd say that most bacon and sausage don't fall into the "all in moderation" mantra at our house, but what do I know? LOL) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.