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Many people are often surprised to learn that the bundle of nutrients in lean beef, like high-quality protein, iron, zinc and many B vitamins, 1 comes in such a delicious package with relatively few calories. Let’s bust some common myths about our favorite protein, beef.
Beef gives you the nutrients your body needs and the taste you love! See how beef's essential nutrients work to keep your body going.
You may see statements reflecting the diff erent production practices on beef packages. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) approves these labels for beef based on specific criteria.
When it comes to Ground Beef and newer meat substitutes, it's good to know the facts.
One important facet of good health and strength is eating a nutrient-rich diet – a diet that starts with anchoring our plates with high-quality protein
Research shows that consuming high-quality protein may help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight and preserve and build muscle.
Compare protein-rich foods to see how they compare to a 3-ounce serving of Beef.
Here’s a helpful guide to stock up on protein staples so you can easily enjoy flavorful, protein-rich meals anytime of the day.