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Your body needs protein for growth and repair: the healthiest animal sources include low-fat options such as fish and the white meat of poultry.
Protein is an essential nutrient that we must obtain from food every day, as it is not stored by the body. Deficiency is rare in the UK since protein is readily available.
Protein-rich, but also high in saturated fat, red meat should be eaten sparingly.
Lean chicken and turkey are ideal sources of low-fat protein.For example, skinned turkey breast has only eight per cent fat, while skinned chicken breast contains 21 per cent fat.
Low in both total and saturated fat content, fish and shellfish are excellent sources of protein and vitamins, so you should try to include them in your diet at least twice a week.
Oil-rich fish such as sardines, mackerel, and salmon contain a healthy fat called omega-3 fatty acids. This fat is believed to reduce the risk of your developing cardiovascular disease by increasing the levels of “good” cholesterol in the body and lowering the levels of “bad” cholesterol and...
In modern times the amount of proteins of animal origin that we consume has increased significantly, and with it fat consumption. Not a plus point for your health.
Protein is essential for the repair of muscles and tissues, muscle growth, and regulation of metabolism.
Like the mad cow scandal of the 1990s, the scandal over horsemeat is once again making us question our eating habits. Should we carry on buying meat-based prepared foods? And what’s really in them?
Do you crave a hearty stew or a tender, juicy steak every now and again? Follow our guide to choosing good quality meat.
Squid, oysters, crawfish, shrimp… not only are these delicious foods, but they are also very nutritious. Unfortunately, not everybody can take advantage of them.
Meat is an excellent source of protein, and each type of meat has it’s own particularities… Click through for the answers to 10 questions about meat…
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