From Food Vice to Virtue
It's not easy to shed a "bad boy" reputation, but new research is helping these 10 former food baddies climb back into nutritional favor.
Hints about cancer risk put red meats in a negative light. But a new report reviews all the evidence and concludes that moderate
lamb are fine. However, saturated fat is still a concern. So stick to leaner varieties (beef sirloin or pork tenderloin) to net
iron, zinc, and generous amounts of protein. Grass-fed meats? Besides being leaner, they're rich in heart-healthy omega-3
What it offers you: A four-ounce portion of cooked top sirloin delivers 30 grams of protein and less than 6 grams of saturated fat.
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