Got Beef?

Got Beef?

When we think of dinner, we usually include a piece of beef or chicken. That’s because we value meat as a great source of protein and nutrition in general. But if you take a look at the chart below, you might be surprised to learn that beef falls short of three green vegetables.

100 calorie portions

It’s clear, calorie for calorie, that the nutritional impact of eating greens and vegetables is head and shoulders above that of eating meat. Indeed, making sure you’re incorporating greens and vegetables in large amounts into your lunches and dinners is key to ensuring that you’re supplying your body with adequate amounts of beneficial micronutrients.

Got vegetables?

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