Whole foods: the nutritional benefits of red meat


red-meat

Not often considered one of the core superfoods, the rich nutrient density of a humble piece of lean meat means that it ticks a number of nutritional boxes.

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Lean red meat is packed full of essential nutrients including iron, zinc, vitamin B12 and protein.

Iron deficiency is still a surprisingly common nutrient deficiency with up to 30% of women of child bearing age suffering from low iron levels. Just 100g of lean, red meat 3-4 x each week is the amount the average adult needs to ensure all of their nutrient needs are met.

Recipe: Sweet Potato Lamb

For the full recipe, head to Shape Me.

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