Nutritional Values Of Meat

Ground Beef. Ground Beef (Cooked), Extra Lean Ground Beef, Breaded Ground Beef or Patty, Ground Beef (95% Lean / 5% Fat), Ground Beef (85% Lean / …

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The Nutritive Value of Meat Elizabeth Boyle, Ph.D. Department of Animal Sciences and Industry Kansas State University August 1994 Meat is an excellent source of many nutrients, especially protein, B vitamins, iron and zinc. As a nutrient dense food, meat provides major nutritive contributions to your diet

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The present review attempts to sum up meats role and importance in human nutrition as well as examine some pejorative beliefs about meat consumption. Meat is a valuable source of high biological value protein, iron, vitamin B12 as well as other B complex vitamins, zinc, selenium and phosphorus. Fat content and fatty acid profile, a constant

Publish Year: 2013
Author: Paula Manuela de Castro Cardoso Pereira, Ana Filipa dos Reis Baltazar Vicente

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3. Meat is THE natural source of Vitamin B 12.. Vitamin B 12 plays a key role in maintaining brain and nervous system function, normal metabolism, and high energy levels. Followers of a vegan diet, which contains no animal foods, must add Vitamin B 12 through supplements, fortified foods, or certain types of seaweed or nutritional yeast.

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Meat ranks among one of the most significant, nutritious and favored food item available to masses, which aids in fulfilling most of their body requirements. It has played a vital role in human evolution and is an imperative constituent of a well-balanced diet. It is a good source of proteins, zinc, iron, selenium, and phosphorus followed by vitamin A and B-complex …

Publish Year: 2018
Author: Rabia Shabir Ahmad, Ali Imran, Muhammad Bilal Hussain

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Nutrition g Beef & Veal 0/0DV 4% 4% Facts mg mg 22 22 19 24 26 23 23 28 22 22 22 25 28 26 20 25 27 0/0DV 0/0DV 0/0DV Cooked (by moist or dry heat with no added ingredients), edible weight portion. Percent Daily Values (%DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Serving Size 3 ounces (84g) Beef - 1/8" fat trim Chuck Blade Roast, braised

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3 Yield of cooked meat per pound of raw meat as purchased 5 4 Recommended daily dietary intakes 6 5 Food sources of additional nutrients 8 6 Daily values , 9 7 Amount of total fat that provides 30 percent of calories and saturated fat that provides 10 percent 10 8 Caffeine values 11 9 Nutritive value of the edible part of food 12

Publish Year: 1988
Author: Susan E. Gebhardt, Robin G. Thomas

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New Study Fleshes Out the Nutritional Value of Human Meat. The caloric value of the human body is surprisingly low compared to …

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Nutritional Values For Common Foods And Products Daily values are based on 2000 calorie diet and 155 lbs body weight ( change ). Actual daily nutrient requirements might be different based on your age, gender, level of physical activity, medical history and other factors.

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The nutritional value of meat depends on the feed of the source animal. In the past, most cattle in Western countries were grass-fed. In contrast, most of today’s beef production relies on grain

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Nutritional Values of Meat & Fish. Written by Layne Wood . 08 July, 2011 . Meats such as fish, poultry, pork and beef contain essential nutrients such as protein and iron. People who do not eat meat can still get these nutrients from food sources, but must eat a combination of plant-based foods in order to get the same nutrients found in one

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Source data: Health Canada, Canadian Nutrient File, 2015 version. Food Code 6172: beef, composite cuts, steak/roast, lean and fat, cooked. Nutrient amounts have been rounded according to the rounding rules in the 2016 CFIA labelling regulations. % Daily Values calculated based on Health Canada’s 2016 Nutrition Labelling – Table of Daily Values.

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You may be surprised to hear that a 3-oz. serving of lean beef (about the size of a deck of cards), has about 150 calories on average and is a good or excellent source of 10 essential nutrients like zinc, iron and B vitamins. • U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. 2013.

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Meat products contain traces of several different vitamins. This includes vitamin E and vitamins B-1, B-2, B-3 and B-6. Vitamin E serves as an antioxidant, helping to stop free radicals from damaging your cells. All B vitamins work together to convert the food you eat into energy. Vitamin B-1 helps promote healthy muscles, nerves and a healthy

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Beef has specific nutritional qualities relative to other meats. In humans, a balanced diet, based on a ten-day period, requires intake of several nutrient classes, including iron (in the form of heme, for its high bioavailability), zinc and selenium, vitamin B12, B vitamins (especially B2 (PP) and B6), and biologically useful proteins.

Publish Year: 2011
Author: Jean-Marie Bourre

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Healthy high-calorie foods include granola, meats, tofu, fish, avocados, milk, beans, sweet potatoes, whole grains, and nuts. In general, the daily value (%DV) for calories is 2000 calories per day, but people active with strength training or other exercises may want to consume more.

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In addition to the macronutrients such as protein and fat, meat contains micronutrients like vitamins and minerals. According to the British Meat Nutrition Education Service, red meat, that is, beef, pork and lamb, contains vitamins A, B, D and K as well as copper, chromium, folic acid, iron, magnesium, potassium, selenium and zinc.

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