The "Skinny" Steak
Red meat, is it really is Healthy for you. I would go for a cut that is both lean and grass-fed. A recent report from the Union of Concerned Scientists shows that meat from grass-fed cows usually has more conjugated linoleic acid (which has been shown in animal studies to combat cancer) and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids than the grain-fed variety. Plus, meat from grass-fed cows is lower in total fat and calories. As long as your serving is a lean cut, such as tenderloin, feel free to make this smart choice two or three times a week,
Beef is a great source of protein, iron (a mineral that one in five women are deficient in), and heart-healthy B vitamins.