Easy Prime Rib Recipes May Help Women Avoid Cardiovascular Disease
Few entrees could be easier to prepare than easy prime rib recipes. And few could be healthier if prepared from grassfed beef. The fat in grassfed beef plays a crucial role in the prevention of atherosclerosis and heart attacks. Grassfed beef is high in essential omega 3 fatty acids. Scientists discovered the many benefits of omega 3 fatty acids in the early 1970’s when Danish physicians observed that Greenland Eskimos ate an extremely high-fat diet and yet had an exceptionally low incidence of heart disease. Consider these sobering facts from “Medical News Today” (http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/healthnews.php?newsid=67349)
-- Cardiovascular disease kills nearly half a million women each year in the USA
-- About one American woman every minute, 24 hours a day, dies of cardiovascular disease
-- About on third of all female and male adults in the USA suffers from some form of cardiovascular disease
-- Cardiovascular disease kills more people in the USA than the next four most common killers put together
-- Cardiovascular disease takes one American life every 35 seconds
-- More American women over 25 die of coronary heart disease than any other illness
-- 64% of all American women who died suddenly of coronary heart disease, did so with no previous symptoms
-- While 1 in every 30 American female deaths is from breast cancer, the figure for cardiovascular disease is 1 in every 2.6
Common sense dictates Americans should consume more heart-healthy omega 3’s. Easy prime rib recipes from grassfed beef are a good way to start.
Easiest Prime Rib Recipe
Place skillet over medium high heat. When pan is hot, drop prime rib steak into pan. Allow meat to brown thoroughly on one side. Cool meat will stick initially but will loosen as it browns. Turn meat onto second side to brown. Season and serve.
Note: Heat may be reduced to medium after the meat has been added. If juices begin to boil out, increase heat slightly.
Delightfully Easy Prime Rib Recipe
Grassfed rib steaks, about 1 pound each
1-2 garlic cloves, cut
freshly ground peppercorns
Rub both sides of steak with cut side of garlic clove. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.Place in skillet heated to 325 F. Cook to desired donesness, about 17 minutes for rare, 22 minutes for medium. Do not overcook so as to destroy nutrients.
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