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Excerpt: In addition to the other LEAN protein sources, can red meat be included in my diet? I plan on making a beef stew once a week, full of veggies and lean steak and will have 5-6 servings of it. Is lean red meat ok on a cut once a day or every 2 days? Should I cut it down because of the calories?

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    Meat protein

    In addition to the other LEAN protein sources, can red meat be included in my diet? I plan on making a beef stew once a week, full of veggies and lean steak and will have 5-6 servings of it. Is lean red meat ok on a cut once a day or every 2 days? Should I cut it down because of the calories?

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    Re: Meat protein

    Red meat is fine, just consume it in moderation.

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    Re: Meat protein

    grassfed beef is excellent unless you have some sort of gut issue where you have difficulty digesting it

    it is actually the healthiest dry meat you can consume today

    the truth is the healthiest meats are not dry though. it is the organs of animals and the collagen. both things americans get literally ZERO of. i highly recommend making home made bone broth at home for that reason
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    Re: Meat protein

    I eat it once a week.

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    Can't stress this enough! Home-made broth!!

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    Re: Meat protein

    Go right ahead.

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    Yes I eat steak occasionally
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    Re: Meat protein

    Quote Quote posted by peterquellay View Post
    In addition to the other LEAN protein sources, can red meat be included in my diet? I plan on making a beef stew once a week, full of veggies and lean steak and will have 5-6 servings of it. Is lean red meat ok on a cut once a day or every 2 days? Should I cut it down because of the calories?
    Yep perfectly fine. I have it a few times a week
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    Re: Meat protein

    I always go for grass fed beef.

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