Various Cuts of Meat to Eat & To Avoid!

Start Reading

To Eat- Lean Cuts of Meat

Registered dietitians recommend choosing lean cuts of meat. Choose servings with less than 10 grams of total fat and 4.5 grams or less of saturated fat (about 3.5 ounces).

To Eat-  Light turkey meat

Turkey is an excellent source of vitamin B6 and niacin, as well as lean protein. Drumsticks and thighs of turkey are good sources of iron too.

To Eat-  Skinless chicken breast

Chicken and other types of meat are also a great source of vitamin B6 and niacin. Phosphorus and riboflavin are found in high amounts in the white meat.

To Eat-  Pork tenderloin

Lean pork tenderloin cuts are a great addition to the diet of anyone who eats meat. You'll get a lot of thiamin, vitamin B6, potassium, riboflavin, and more.

To Eat-  Lean ground beef

Protein and other vital nutrients can be found in beef in the same way in other types of meat. Grass-fed beef is an excellent source of vitamin E and other antioxidants.

To Avoid-  Processed meats

Processed meats such as cured meats, cold cuts, salami, and hot dogs should be limited. Consuming these processed meats increases your risk of developing colon cancer.

To Avoid-   Fattier cuts of meat

Their high saturated fat content may raise your cholesterol and result in heart disease. Avoid rib-eye, T-bone, and New York strip steaks, & others.

Check Out Our More Interesting Stories

Click Here