Beef Does a Body Good, Study Says

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Beef contains many antioxidants not found in plant food that are vital for human health and child development, new research out of Texas A&M concluded.
The study, notes right off the bat that beef consumption in the U.S. has declined by about 14 percent over the past decade “due to a variety of factors, including insufficient knowledge of animal protein.”
Published in the Journal of Animal Science, the study examined the composition of amino acids in the beef chuck, round and loin, finding that all are excellent sources of proteinogenic and antioxidant amino acids and peptides to improve human growth, development and health.
Source:, 11/30/2016

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