Add Veal to Your Meals and Discover that Nutritious…
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Recipes for Wellness
Our recipes for wellness have been developed for both great taste and nutrition—because you shouldn’t sacrifice one for the other. Whether you’re savoring our Veal Stuffed Acorn Squash or choosing the Mediterranean Grilled Veal Salad, you’ll enjoy veal’s high quality protein plus other important nutrition perks too. Here’s to eating well!
Veal Nutrition FAQs
WHAT ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS DOES VEAL PROVIDE?
In addition to being a high-quality protein, a 3-ounce serving of cooked trimmed lean veal is a good source of key nutrients including vitamin B-6, vitamin B-12, niacin, riboflavin, zinc, selenium and choline. What’s more, a serving of lean veal has just 170 calories, making it one of the most nutrient-dense protein foods around.
CAN VEAL FIT INTO A HEALTHY EATING PLAN?
Protein from both plant and animal sources can be included in healthy eating plans. In fact, veal provides high levels of some essential nutrients like B-12 and zinc, nutrients that are at lower levels or absent in plant-based proteins. This is one reason the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend eating a variety of protein foods.
WHAT ABOUT SOME OF THE NEW RESEARCH ON PROTEIN?
For all people of all life stages, protein is a vital nutrient that is needed for good health. Emerging research on protein is looking at some newer benefits that are less well known including helping you feel fuller longer as you try to lose weight and preserving muscle mass as you age.