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The 5 Healthiest Meats
August 22, 2014
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The 5 Healthiest Meats

We've all been hearing lately how meat is not necessarily a healthy part of our diets.

So today we thought we'd share with you those meats that are good for you and why.

Grass-Fed Beef

The powerhouse nutrient: Vitamin E.

Levels of this antioxidant, which wards off free radical damage linked to aging and keeps your immune system healthy, are three times higher in grass-fed beef than in conventional grain-fed beef.

More healthy bonuses: In addition to being slightly higher in protein, grass-fed beef is leaner.

It contains half as much total fat as grain-fed beef and two-thirds less saturated fat than conventional grain-fed beef.

Canned Fish

The powerhouse nutrient: Omega-3 fatty acids.

There are 1,125 milligrams in 3 ounces of canned salmon and 1,362 milligrams in a can of sardines.

More healthy bonuses: It isn’t easy to find sustainably harvested fish that isn’t overloaded with industrial contaminants, like mercury and PCBs, and those that won’t cost you an arm and a two legs.

That’s why canned fish is such an attractive option.

Canned omega-3-rich salmon almost always comes from wild Alaskan salmon, some of the cleanest, most well-managed fish on the planet.

Likewise, sardines are super-healthy and, because they’re at the bottom of the food chain, haven’t lived long enough to build up unhealthy toxic materials.

Wild Boar

Powerhouse nutrient: B vitamins.

A serving of wild boar provides you with more than 70 percent of your recommended amounts of niacin, a B vitamin that lowers bad cholesterol and boosts the good, and thiamin and B6, two vitamins that boost your energy levels.

It’s also rich in zinc, which fortifies your immune system.

Organic Chicken

The powerhouse nutrient: Protein.

Chicken contains some of the highest levels of protein of any meat.

Protein protects against obesity, diabetes, and heart disease, and it can dull hunger and prevent you from overeating.

More healthy bonuses: Organic chicken is less likely than the conventionally raised stuff to harbor antibiotic-resistant bacteria, according to Consumer Reports.

Conventionally raised, factory-farmed chicken has also tested positive for low levels of arsenic, a carcinogen added to chicken feed to speed growth, as well as caffeine, antidepressants, and painkillers, all fed to chickens to keep them alert so they eat more and grow faster.

Organic Turkey

The powerhouse nutrient: Selenium.

In addition to being a great protein source, a 3-ounce serving of turkey gives you nearly a day’s worth of selenium, a mineral that boosts your immune system’s ability to fight off infections.

Researchers have also found evidence that selenium binds with the toxic heavy metals mercury and arsenic, making them less harmful to your body, and it activates substances that protect against cataracts and muscle damage to the heart.

More healthy bonuses: As with chicken, studies have shown that organic turkeys are less likely to harbor drug-resistant bacteria than conventional factory-farmed birds, which are routinely fed antibiotics to ward off the diseases that breed in cramped farms.

Unfortunately, that's all the time we have today, so next time you're in pain, head to your kitchen.

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