- Beef, Pork, Lamb
- Chicken, Duck, Turkey
- Liver, Kidney
- Pheasant, Deer
Nutritive value of Meat
Meat is an excellent source of high biological value protein. This makes it an important food for growth and repair.
Meat is generally considered to be a high-fat food. It contains saturated fat, which can lead to Coronary Heart Disease if over consumed. However, some meats (lean meats) will be lower in saturated fats. e.g chicken.
Meat does not contain carbohydrates therefore it should be served with food that has a high amount of carbohydrates e.g... (More)