(HealthDay News) -- Meats are good source of complete protein, the University of Michigan Health System says. But eating meats loaded with fat can negate any of the nutritional benefits.
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That's why it's important to choose leaner cuts, the health system says, citing these beneficial results:
- They're loaded with complete protein.
- They're rich in iron.
- They're a good source of B vitamins, particularly B12.
- They contain less saturated fat than higher-fat cuts of meat.
-- Diana Kohnle
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