It can be white or red… it can be pork, beef, chicken, turkey or wild game, meat is the main source of proteins for the organism, offering the needed amino acids.
Meat contains vitamins (D and B12) and minerals (Zinc, Selenium, Iron), but does not contain any fibers or glucids.
– With its high content of amino acids, meat participates in the construction and well maintenance of all tissues and organs
– It is used in diets due to its high protein and low lipid content
-Maintains the well functioning of the nervous system and increases concentration due to its B12 content
-Turkey meat puts you in a good mood due to the tryptophan content and also contains antioxidants (vitamin C, vitamin E and Selenium), which help prevent arteriosclerosis
-Vitamin D in meat helps Calcium fixation for best bone development
-Liver contains high quantities of vitamin A and B 12, and also Iron, Zinc and Selenium which become easy to absorb
-Be careful with the high saturated fats in meat, because they increase blood pressure and arteriosclerosis risks
-High meat consumption can lead to constipation, because of the lack of fibers
-Liver and pork can contain Trichinela spiralis, a parasite