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This slide show gives nutritional information on Red Meat products. As well as how the average teenager (Boy & Girl) can sill maintain a healthy weight while still being able to eat red meat.

This slide show gives nutritional information on Red Meat products. As well as how the average teenager (Boy & Girl) can sill maintain a healthy weight while still being able to eat red meat.

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  • 1. Red Meats By: Elaini Young
  • 2. What is Red Meat?Red meat is type of protein from animals that, when raw, is red.
  • 3. What’s the difference between Lean and Red Meat? Lean Meat Red Meat Lighter color  Heavier, red color Comes mainly from poultry  Greater abundance of nutrients (zinc, iron, thiamine and riboflavin) Less fat content than red meat  Greater source of muscle-building Lower number of calories protein.  Can cause cardiovascular disease and even arthritis and hypertension as well as colon cancer.
  • 4. Types of Red MeatsBeefLambDuckGoosePork
  • 5. Nutritional Information on certain redBeef (100%) meats. Lamb (3 oz) Duck (1/2)Calories: 159 Calories: 187 Calories: 1159Total Fat: 10.5 g Total Fat: 7g -12% Total Fat: 113g- 174%Saturated Fat: 4.0g- 20% Sat. Fat: 3g- 14% Saturated Fat: 38 g 90%Monounsaturated Fat: 5.2g Cholesterol: 426 mg Cholesterol: 218 mgCholesterol: 55mg- 18% Sodium: 48mg Sugars: 0gSodium: 42mg- 2% Total Carbohydrate: 2g Protein: 33gTotal Carbohydrates: 0.6g Protein: 26g Vitamin A: 10%Protein: 14.7 g Vitamin A: 424% Vitamin C: 13%Vitamin A 0%• Vitamin C: 6% Calcium: 3%Vitamin C 0% Calcium: 1% Iron: 38%Calcium 1%• Iron: 39%Iron 9%Pork (1 unit) Goose (1/2)Calories: 445g Calories: 1407Total Fat: 10g 15% Total Fat: 75g 115%Sat.Fat:3g 16% Sat. Fat: 27g 135%Cholesterol: 1507mg 502% Cholesterol: 567mg 189%Sodium: 320 mg 13% Sodium: 449mg 19%Vitamin A: 0% Total Carbohydrate: 0gVitamin C: 4% Protein: 171gCalcium 4% Vitamin A: 5%Iron: 369% Vitamin C: 0% Calcium: 8% Iron: 94%
  • 6. Pro’s & Con’s of Red Meats Pro’s Con’s Makes up most of our body that  Can contain sat. Fat, which causes protects (muscles, organs, bones, cartilage, skin and antibodies) our inflammatory, if consumed to bodies from diseases. much.  May contain antibiotics, Enzymes that facilitate critical chemical reactions in our body (from hormones and other substances digestion to the building and re- building of cells) are made up of potentially harmful to humans. protein. The protein in the meat breaks down into building blocks of amino acids, which are then used by cells to repair themselves.
  • 7. Diet Plan For Teenage Girls Who Eat Red MeatBreakfast  3/4c whole grain cereal 1 slice of whole wheat or 2% or soy milk multigrain toast  ½ c of berries or bananas 1 ½ tbsp of jam  ½ cup of orange juice ¾ cup of yogurt (plain or fruited) ½ cup of cherry juiceLunch Salad (fruit or vegetable) (light Turkey/Chicken sandwich dressing if desired) 2 slices of tomatoes 1 cup of ice water 1 shred of lettuce *Add egg or chicken to salad Whole wheat bread (optional) ¾ cup of apple slices Cup of cranberry juiceDinner ¼ cup steamed/raw vegetables 1 beef burger w/ lettuce ½ pork chop tomato, lettuce and onion  ¼ cup of mashed potatoes (pickles, mustard, ketchup, and mayo in small portion) 1 cup MilkSnack 6 slices of apple w/ 1/8 cup of ½ cup of ice cream (no peanut butter or caramel sauce toppings) (optional) and ice water
  • 8. Diet Plan for Teenage Boys Who Eat Red MeatBreakfast 1 1/2 – 2 eggs (whatever way 1 large bagel w/ light cream • preferable) cheese. • Whole grain toast w/ butter 1 protein bar •Orange Juice Orange JuiceLunch 1 roast beef sandwich on white or multi-grain bread w/ 1/2 pulled pork sandwich on white or multi-grain sandwich. lettuce and light dressing (if Celery stick desired) Gatorade ¼ c chips WaterDinner 1 c of pork meat 1/3 c mashed potatoes 8 oz. duck meat 1/4 c green beans Side salad (light dressing) 1 biscuit (light butter) ½ c milk ½ c milkSnack 2protein/fiber bars Gatorade   1 small bag of chips 1 orange  Gatorade
  • 9. Credits http://www.dailyperricone.com/2010/03/the-pros-and-co http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/poultry-products/788 http://www.ask.com/questions-about/List-of-Red-Meats http://www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/nutrition/healthy