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Anonymous asked in Food & DrinkCooking & Recipes · 7 days ago

Is beef mince good for you?

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  • 4 days ago

    yes. Of course. It gives a lot of protein 

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  • 6 days ago

    Depends, a low-quality one may have 20% or more fat, which is obviously not good, but a better quality one may have 5% or less fat, which is much better. 

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  • 6 days ago

    Too much of anything is not good for.

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  • Mj
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    6 days ago

    Properly cooked it is. People will argue that the fat is unhealthy, but it is not. Our bodies must have fat to be healthy. Animal fat is the best. 

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  • 6 days ago

    Just the name strikes me as off-putting. We call it ground beef or hamburger meat in the States. Protein is necessary in the human diet and ground beef has plenty. Over here, you can get it with fat content from low to high. Too much of anything isn't good for anyone but having an occasional burger or adding ground beef to a sauce or casserole is perfectly good.

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  • 6 days ago

    It can provide protein, vitamins and minerals in many recipes. 

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  • Anonymous
    7 days ago

    Only if it is lean, ie about 5% fat and not every day. Great as steak tartare.

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  • Anonymous
    7 days ago

    It's not a “superfood” or anything but as part of a varied diet yes meat is “good for 

    you”.

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  • 7 days ago

    No, red meat in general is not good for you. But minced beef is all the parts that the butcher couldn't sell whole (off cuts, fat, grizzle, cartilage), so they grind it all up to change its appearance so they can pass it off as proper meat. If you ever buy mince beef, get steak mince, it's better quality meat.

  • 7 days ago

    Yes, meat gives you strength and vigor

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