Red Meat Is High In Nutrient intake
Yes, there are several benefits. Red meat is stacked in some very important nutrients. It has a high amount of zinc, which is a mineral that promotes the production of testosterone. Which, as you may already know, builds muscles.
It also has a high intake of Iron, vitamin B-12, vitamin B-6, vitamin D, and it’s high in protein. 100 grams of grass-fed ground beef contains 24 grams of protein.
So what’s the final verdict, to eat or not to eat red meat?
Well, red meat is still filled with fat and if you rely exclusively on it as your nutrient intake you may or may not be exposing yourself to a whole world of negative health issues.
The best way to keep everyone happy would be to not eat meat at all. If that’s not an option for you, then keep your diet diverse. Add white meat, veggies, fruits and even vegan products to your diet. Everything has its own “how” and “why” that will help you get healthier, stronger, and live longer.