Best high-protein meats, say dietitians
Bison is lower in fat than beef but has a fantastic gamey flavor, making it a great alternative for GERD sufferers who struggle to tolerate beef burgers without sacrificing taste.
For those looking for a convenient and nutritious protein source, canned tuna is a great choice. Canned
tuna packs 27 grams of protein per 3-ounce serving.
Elk is lean, flavorful, and nutritious, yet it's often neglected. Compared to beef, turkey, and bison, it has the lowest cholesterol and maximum zinc.
The finest high-protein meat is chicken breast. Chicken breast is lean protein, minimal fat, and calories. Regular chicken breast eating helps build, repair, and maintain muscle.
Salmon, with 20 grams of protein per 3-ounce dish, is a nutritious powerhouse. Its high-quality, complete protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids set it
Turkey is Thanksgiving's favorite meat and a protein powerhouse. Turkey is low in fat and high in B vitamins B6, B12, choline, and niacin.
Grandma's liver and onion advice shows her intelligence. Beef liver is rich in protein, vitamin A, and B12.
You'll snag a whopping 26 grams of protein in a 4-ounce serving of tinned mackerel—a tasty, filling, and convenient omega-3-rich fish.
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