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Meats such as chicken, lamb and beef are all rich in protein. Red meat provides us with iron, zinc and B vitamins. Meat is one of the main sources of vitamin B12 in the diet.

Lean red meat such as beef, lamb and pork provide a range of nutrients that benefit health:
  • Immune support: Beef, lamb and pork naturally provide essential vitamins and minerals that help the immune system work normally. For example: vitamins B6, B12, iron (in beef), zinc and selenium (in pork).

  • Reduce tiredness and fatigue: Essential B-vitamins in red meat, including vitamins B12, B6, niacin (B3), riboflavin (B2), and pantothenic acid (B5), help our body convert the foods we eat into energy. Beef provides iron too, which also helps reduce tiredness and fatigue.

  • Maintaining muscle: Pork, beef and lamb are naturally rich in high quality protein, which supports the growth and maintenance of muscle mass. They are also a source of potassium, which helps muscles to work normally.

  • Bone health: Protein and phosphorous in lean beef, lamb and pork contribute to the maintenance of normal, healthy bones and the normal growth and development of children’s bones. Zinc also helps maintain normal bones.

  • Mood and mental health: Red meat naturally provides zinc and iron (in beef), which contribute to normal cognitive function. Iron also contributes to normal cognitive development of children.

  • Mental performance: Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) contributes to normal mental performance.

  • Psychological function: Four of these B-vitamins support normal psychological function: B12, B6, niacin (B3) and thiamin (B1).

  • Blood pressure: Potassium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood pressure. Also, pork, beef and lamb are naturally low in salt. Reducing consumption of salt contributes to the maintenance of normal blood pressure.

  • Heart: Thiamin (vitamin B1) contributes to the normal function of the heart and assists it to keep beating.

  • Hormone regulation: Vitamin B6 contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity. Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood.

  • Nervous system: Potassium and vitamins B12, B6, niacin (B3), riboflavin (B2), and thiamin (B1) help the nervous system to work normally.

  • Skin, hair and nails: Niacin (vitamin B3), riboflavin (vitamin B2) and zinc help maintain normal skin. Zinc and selenium help maintain normal hair and nails.

  • Teeth: Phosphorus contributes to the maintenance of normal teeth.

  • Eyesight: Zinc and riboflavin (vitamin B2) contribute to the maintenance of normal vision.

  • Fertility and reproduction: Selenium contributes to normal sperm production. Zinc contributes to normal fertility and reproduction.

  • Thyroid function: Selenium contributes to normal thyroid function.

  • Red blood cells: Vitamins B6 and B12 support normal red blood cell formation. Riboflavin (vitamin B2) supports the maintenance of normal red blood cells. Iron contributes to normal function of red blood cells and haemoglobin.

  • Mucous membranes: Niacin (vitamin B3) and riboflavin (vitamin B2) contribute to the maintenance of normal mucous membranes.

  • Oxidative stress protection: Riboflavin (vitamin B2), selenium and zinc contribute to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.

  • Cell division: Iron, zinc and vitamin B12 have a role in the process of cell division.

  • Oxygen transport: Iron contributes to normal oxygen transport in the body.

  • Energy production: Eight of these essential vitamins and minerals help release energy in the body (energy-yielding metabolism): iron, phosphorus and vitamins B12, B6, niacin (B3), thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), and pantothenic acid (vitamin B5).

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