Is Eating Red Meat Good or Bad for Your Health? (Page 6)

The Bottom Line on Red Meat

The Bottom Line

Two 3- to 4-ounce portions of red meat per week is considered healthy, says Roussell. To keep calories and saturated fat in check, buy lean cuts, such as flank steak, New York strip and tenderloin, and trim off excess fat.

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