Leaner cuts can help keep red meat on the menu, RD says

Red meat is a good iron source but is high in fat, so choosing leaner cuts can help fit it into a healthy diet, registered dietitian Tami Best writes. She notes that a 3-ounce burger with 80% lean ground beef has 215 calories and 17 grams of fat, while one made from 95% lean beef has 110 calories and 5 grams of fat. Leaner cuts of beef include round, loin and sirloin, Best writes.

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