Consumers have more options for healthier lean beef, RD says

07/30/2013 | Journal (New Ulm, Minn.), The

Changes in the breeding and feeding of cattle have led to lower-fat beef cuts that can be included in a healthy diet, registered dietitian Katie Wilhelmi writes. She notes that 29 cuts of beef are considered "lean," according to government guidelines, meaning a 3.5-ounce cooked serving has less than 10 grams of total fat.

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