Sharing 13 Recipes of True Aussie Beef Up (Part 1)

Eating lean red meat 3 to 4 times a week is recommended by nutritionists for a healthy balanced diet

According to the MLA Global Consumer Tracker Malaysia, 2020, Malaysia has comparatively high per capita beef consumption of about 7kg per person a year, compared to the average of 5.4kg in the region

Australian beef is the favourite meat for many Malaysian families, especially among those with middle to high-income. True Aussie beef is also believed to offer the highest quality steak, with 40% of affluent Malaysians indicating Australian beef would be the 1st choice for their next beef purchase

According to Nutrition Australia, the form of iron in red meat is easily absorbed. Zinc Zinc from red meat is easily absorbed, it’s important for healthy bone development, fertility & immunity. Omega-3 Red meat is a good source of omega-3 since Australian beef & lamb are predominantly grass-fed. Essential nutrients Red meat is naturally rich in protein & provides 12 essential vitamins & minerals — iron, zinc, omega-3, magnesium, selenium, niacin, potssiu, phosphorous, Vitamins B5, B6 & B12. These are important for brain function, muscle development & function, immunity & energy. Lean red meat fat content Lean red meat has a lower fat content than chicken. Trimmed of separable fat, lean beef has an average 2.7g fat per 100g raw weight while skinless chicken is 3.5g

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