MEAT IN NUTRITION
Nutritional value of meat
Meat is a great source of protein of high biological value, and provides our body with the amino acids that it cannot compose by itself. The proteins it offers us are a structural element of cells and tissues and help the body to develop correctly. In no other food do we find such large quantities of assimilable iron, vitamin B complex, but also fat-burning vitamins A, D and E that ensure good vision and strong bones. The nutritional value of meat does not stop here, as it includes the valuable elements magnesium, potassium, zinc and copper, thus aiding good functioning of the body and the balance of the metabolism.
|Meat Kind||Energy||Total Fat||Saturated Fat||Cholesterol|
|Lean Pork||163 Kcal/g||5,9 g||2,1 g||70 mg|
|Lean Beef||160 Kcal/g||5,3 g||2,0 g||69 mg|
DIRECTIONS FOR THE COSUMER