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A 3-ounce serving of beef is delicious AND nutritious.



Did you know the American Heart Association has a list of beef cuts in their Heart-Check program? Look for the heart-checkmark to ensure the beef you buy is low in cholesterol and saturated fats!



Dairy can provide children with the protein and energy needed to learn, play, and grow. #UndeniablyDairy



Lamb is a great source of protein, which is essential for bone and muscle development in the body!



Looking for lean meat? Simply look for pork cuts with “loin” or “chop” in the name. These cuts have less than 4.5 grams of saturated fat per serving!



Did you know most of the fat in turkey is in the skin? Remove the skin to give yourself an even leaner cut of meat!



Seafood and shellfish are great sources of essential nutrients that help to boost your immune system and protect your vision!



Seafood is a great calorie-smart protein option! What’s your favorite type of seafood?



Chicken is lower in fat and calories than most meats and provides important nutrients, including generous amounts of high-quality protein.



Seven cuts of pork meet the USDA guidelines for “lean” by containing less than 10 grams of fat, 4.5 grams of saturated fat and 95 milligrams of cholesterol per 100 grams of meat!



While egg whites contain some of the eggs’ high-quality protein, riboflavin and selenium, the majority of an egg’s nutrient package is found in the yolk!



A 3-ounce serving of beef is packed with protein, not calories.



A single glass of milk has nine essential nutrients: vitamin A, niacin, vitamin B12, riboflavin, vitamin D, calcium, vitamin B5, phosphorus and protein!



When it comes to beef and your health, you can rest easy knowing that along with being delicious, beef contains important nutrients that your body needs!


Lamb is packed with many essential nutrients, including selenium, riboflavin, vitamin B12, niacin, iron and zinc!



A balanced plate can have meat and veggies!



All meat and poultry are good sources of B-complex vitamins. This complex helps to metabolize macronutrients, aid in the release of energy from food and even lower bad cholesterol.



The only way to obtain natural B12 is through animal proteins. Vitamin B12, which helps to build red blood cells, also helps metabolize carbohydrates and fats.



Myth: Meat, poultry and eggs are not part of a healthy diet.

Fact: Experts agree that meat matters. Balanced diets that include lean meat, poultry and fish, plenty of fruits and vegetables, and whole grains increase the chance that all essential nutrients will be consumed.



Meatless Monday seeks to eliminate consumer choice – the ability that we each have to determine the right food choices for ourselves and our families.



Protein, zinc, iron & vitamin B are nutrients found in meat, poultry and eggs! #MeatMatters



Protein from meat provides all the essential building blocks your body needs to repair muscle, bones, skin, ligaments and to promote optimal health.  #MeatMatters



Protein, zinc, iron & vitamin B12 are nutrients found in meat, poultry & eggs! #MeatMatters

Meatless Monday seeks to eliminate consumer choice. #MeatMatters

9 Ways To Start Your Day With #Protein #MeatMatters

At less than 25 cents a glass, #milk is America’s number 1 food source of calcium, potassium & vitamin D

6 #Protein Pairings For Healthier Mornings #MeatMatters

Animal products, including meat, fish, dairy and eggs, are the only natural sources of B12. #MeatMatters

Eggs contain zero carbs and no sugar, so you can eat a well-rounded #breakfast without feeling round yourself.

Fat free, reduced fat, low fat – what’s the difference? Check out the definitions here: #MeatMatters

Milk, cheese & yogurt provide a unique package of nine essential nutrients #Dairy3ForMe

Eggs are rich in choline, which promotes normal cell activity and liver function! #MeatMatters

Evidence supports lean red meat’s inclusion in diets for cardiovascular health. #MeatMatters

Today’s pork is 16% leaner and 27% lower in saturated fat compared to 20 years ago! #MeatMatters

All “Milks” Are Not Created Equal: 9 Essential Nutrients in Cow’s #Milk

#Pork tenderloin is certified as heart-healthy by the American Heart Association #MeatMatters

How much do you know about #meat? Check your Meat IQ with this quiz: #MeatMatters

A 3-ounce serving of boneless, skinless #turkey breast contains 26g protein, 1g fat & 0g saturated fat. #MeatMatters

Three servings of #milk delivers a unique nutrient package  #Dairy3ForMe

Did you know: #eggs have 6 grams of protein! #MeatMatters

#Pork is both a good source of protein and also provides several important vitamins and minerals. #MeatMatters

Myth: Spinach and Other Vegetables are Equally Good Sources of Iron as Meat #MeatMatters

For everything #turkey, check out @ServeTurkey #MeatMatters

#Lamb is a lean meat packed with nutrients! #MeatMatters

Balanced diets include lean meat, poultry and fish! #MeatMatters

Why you can’t beat meat: #MeatMatters

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