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The Truth About Turkey



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By : Hanit Piplani    99 or more times read
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All along, turkey has been associated to once a year family feasts. You know,
the Thanksgiving turkey. The Christmas turkey. Roast turkey stuffed with some
yummy stuffing, eaten with gravy or cranberry sauce is a must for the end of the
year celebrations.

The fact is, turkey is such a healthy meat, it should not be reserved ONLY
for Christmas and Thanksgiving. You should have turkey as part of your daily
diet. Especially the breast meat of the turkey, without the skin.

Why?

3 reasons.
1. Turkey meat has a very high protein content
2. Turkey meat itself has low fat content.
3. Turkey can be really delicious. My mom cooks a fantastic roast turkey.

Here are 2 of her roast turkey
recipes. http://www.allkitchen.info/turkey.htm .

Protein.

Ok, so we can get lots of protein from meat, fish and soya beans. Sure, beef
packs plenty of protein that you body needs, but red meats are high in
cholesterol.

For example, 1 oz of turkey contains between 15 mg and 24 mg cholesterol
while 1 oz of beef contains 20 and 30mg of cholesterol. It all adds up to a
large difference in artery clogging cholesterol between beef and turkey. That
means if you have heart disease or high blood pressure, switching from beef to
turkey can make a big difference.

As for protein, USA Poultry and Egg Export Council billed turkey as the
perfect protein. It has more protein than chicken, or even a top loin beef
steak.

That makes turkey the ideal food for growing children, athletes and anyone
who wants lean muscle.

Fat.

Most of the fat in poultry is found in the skin. That means, by trimming off
the skin in chicken or turkey, you remove most of the fat. Beef, pork and lamb
on the other hand have the fat embedded in the meat itself. So just by switching
to poultry alone, and removing the skin, you effectively remove most of the fat.
In fact, 3 ounces of skinless, boneless turkey breast contains a mere 1g of
fat and no saturated fat. That is a weight watchers dream. This is about as
healthy as you get.

This makes turkey the ideal meat for anyone who wants to stay slim, yet eat
to his or her heart's content, without consuming much fat. Still even if
you do switch to turkey, watch your portion size. Double the amount you eat and
you will still gain weight.

The flip side is the lack of fat in turkey meat compromises the taste. After
all, the yummiest food contains fat. Fat flavors food.
Then again, with the right seasoning, gravy and all, turkey can be delicious.
Just try my mom's recipes like her roast
turkey with rice stuffing http://www.allkitchen.info/turkey-rice-recipe.php or the roast
turkey with bread crumb stuffing http://www.allkitchen.info/turkey-breadcrumb-recipe.php .
It is time to switch to something
healthy and yummy.. like turkey.
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