Raw Facts, Beef is good for you!
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Date: 5/20/2006 4:05:11 PM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 1555 times
According to the latest government data, a 3 oz. serving of beef is a good source of 9 essential nutrients. What’s more, the six leanest beef cuts have, on average, just one more gram of saturated fat per 3 oz. serving than chicken’s leanest cut, the skinless chicken breast.
When it comes to nutrition, beef provides a lot more than you may think. Learn about all the essential nutrients you get from beef.
The Healthy Beef Cookbook offers 130 delicious recipes, the latest nutrition information, and cooking techniques to create tender, moist, flavorful beef dishes every time.
See how lean beef compares to a boneless, skinless chicken breast.
Recent research explains how and why a moderately high protein diet may be beneficial for losing weight.
The USDA recently released new Dietary Guidelines and a new Food Guidance System, called MyPyramid, Steps to a Healthier You.
Did You Know: Facts About Beef Production
Myths and Facts About the Beef Industry
Understanding the Full Food Production Chain
Did you know that the United States is home to approximately 800,000 cattle producers? These men and women work hard every day — with a focus on issues like animal health and welfare, the environment and food safety — in order to produce safe, wholesome and tasty beef products for consumers across this country and around the world.
Many of these folks operate farms and ranches that have been in their family for generations and they hope their children will continue the tradition. This, and many other little-known facts about cattle and beef production, shape who we are — people who are connected by the beef production chain and a passion for producing the great beef products consumers demand.
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