Wednesday, 1 March 2017

6 types of meat you should eat

Not all types of meat are healthy for you. For the red meat, it has been researched  that for old people, it is advisable to try this types of meat.



1. Lamb


Just like beef, lamb is a very good source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B12, niacin, zinc, and iron. Especially the Irish lamb stew, it is full of healthy vegetables and lean cuts of lamb, is a great meal to share with friends.

2. Bison


This is one of the leanest red meats, which makes it healthier from the start. But there’s more: Compared to beef with the same fat content, bison doesn’t make as many of the fatty plaques that can clog your arteries and lead to heart disease.



3. Goat


This isn’t on many menus in the U.S., but three-quarters of the world eats it. It has far less fat and calories than other red meats, and has plenty of vitamins and nutrients. It also has very little saturated fat, even less than chicken. An Indian goat curry might be a good way to get familiar with it.

4. Chicken


It’s far lower in saturated fat — the most harmful kind — than most red meat. A 3-ounce serving has 25 grams of protein along with essential amino acids, iron, and niacin. These help with cell growth and metabolism. Roast a whole bird and serve it with a simple green salad.

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5. Turkey


Turkey
Like chicken, turkey has all nine essential amino acids (which is called a complete protein). It’s also lower in saturated fat than most red meat. But Thanksgiving hosts learn every year how hard it can be to prepare this poultry well. Try putting it in an outdoor smoker for several hours until the meat is tender.

6. Liver


Liver, particularly beef liver, is one of the most nutritious meats you can eat. It’s a great source of high-quality protein; vitamins A, B12, B6; folic acid; iron; zinc; and essential amino acids. How about some beef liver pate paired with a nice glass of red wine? It is need nice, try it out.


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