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© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Meat is high in protein. Meat provides us with minerals and vitamins our bodies need. However, fat content can vary depending on the type of meat and how it is treated...
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture
Lean meat has less than 10 grams of total fat Extra lean meat has less than 5 grams of total fat
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Ground or processed meats usually contain more fats than whole cuts – avoid them Always choose lean meat cuts Try to cook meat without adding more fat This will help to keep This will help to keep your heart healthy! your heart healthy!
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture To help the RSE worker(s) to: Select lean cuts of meat Identify ways to cook meat using less fat Activities: Test your lean meat knowledge. Take the quiz by clicking on the tick button below.
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