6 Types of Meat That You Need to Know Before Consume

6 Types of Meat That You Need to Know Before Consume

As a good protein intake for many diet programs, meat always is the “good food” to consume in our daily life due to the flavor and the nutrient that contained it. But, what kind of nutrient which contained in every kind of common meat that we can easily get from the nearby market? This article will help you to find the answers to all of your questions. Keep scrolling!

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  1. Beef
    Always on the top of the most consumed red meat, beef is coming on your table in so many ways such as roast beef, short ribs, steak, brisket, prime ribs, shank, and ground beef. The nutrition which brings this savory food product is also “delightful” with 14% of protein, the beef also has rich in zinc, magnesium, vitamin B12, omega-3, selenium, iron, and any other minerals which good for your body. The price of beef is quite affordable if you compare to the nutrition that you will get from it.
    On the other hand, beef is also quite easy to cook because you do not need to give it so much seasoning to make it delicious. Only some sprinkle salt and pepper would be good.
  2. Lamb
    Come from a young sheep which is about a year old, lamb also a good source of nutrients especially vitamin B12. Besides, lamb offers a good ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 on its flesh.
    As for the taste, lamb is lamb. It means that it is very unique which makes everybody plotted into two, the one which totally loves it and the other one which totally hates it. The price of the lamb is commonly expensive, even some countries need to import it.
  3. Chicken
    Chicken is the most affordable white meat which most commonly found in every table of the household. It is easy to cook and if you are a newbie in the kitchen, there are tons of recipes that will guide you to serve a delightful chicken with minimum effort.
    In general, the chicken was sell in some cuts such as breast, thighs, drumstick, and wings. And for you who on a diet program, having a piece of chicken breast on your meal may giving you enough protein with almost zero fat.
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  1. Turkey
    Easily found on thanksgiving or Christmas day, Turkey is the next favorite white meat to substitute the beef for people who looking for a low fat intake.
    Mostly served and sell as a whole, it will be a tough job to find a turkey in cuts, so when you are planning to cook a turkey you need to invite your buddy to come for a dinner. Turkey is rich in protein and low in calories which also good to squeeze on your diet menu.
  2. Duck
    Rarely found in the United States, duck is popular with its unusual flavor on its flesh. Even though the duck is on the white meat family, but it needs more effort and technique to turn it into a delightful meal. Despite hard to find and cook, duck is a good source of nutrients and it has become the alternative if you are too bored to eat chicken and turkey.
  3. Pork
    Come on, who doesn’t like pork? Its intense flavor with juicy flesh will always bring your appetite back. You will be able to find pork in many different shapes such as pork loin, pork belly, pork chops, pork shoulder, pork cutlets, ham, and pork roasts.
    Pork is a good source of nutrients including thiamin, vitamin B6, and iron. If you are on a low-fat diet, you may add pork to your list since it is most flavorful than a chicken breast.