If there was a protein contest, beef would surely be crowned the king! One 3 oz. cooked serving of beef provides 25 grams of this important nutrient that supports strong, lean bodies.
Did you know that on average, a 3 oz. cooked serving of lean beef provides is only about 170 calories, with less than 10 grams of total fat and less than 95 mg of cholesterol? There are over 35 cuts of beef that meet USDA qualifications for being lean.
Beef in the Early Years
Every bite your baby takes counts, especially in the first 24 months of life. Starting your baby with beef as a complementary first food can help ensure they get the nutrients they need for healthy growth and development.
When it comes to beef and your health, you can rest easy knowing that along with being delicious, beef contains important nutrients. In just one 3 oz. cooked serving, you’re getting 10 essential nutrients including protein, zinc, iron, and B vitamins.
Beef & Heart Health
Research shows that balanced eating patterns which include lean beef can help lower cholesterol as part of a healthy lifestyle. Being able to include foods you love, like beef, can be helpful in sticking with overall dietary guidelines.
Frequently Asked Questions About Beef
We all know beef tastes great – but did you know that beef can be good for you, too? Check out some answers to your most pressing questions when it comes to incorporating beef into a healthy lifestyle.
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