The moment we hear the word mutton, our mouth start watering and we instantly feel like getting our hands on a scrumptious meal of succulent mutton, one bite into which sends our taste buds into an ecstatic frenzy of euphoria. To cut the long story short- We love eating mutton!
But the various health mediums and doctor notes which promote the fact that mutton being a red meat is not good for health and should be avoided in order to maintain a proper health just ends up adding baggage to the whole experience of enjoying our meat. Read about some amazing healthy recipes.
What we are going to show you today is that mutton (a.k.a. goat meat, chevon) is not all that bad for health and to enjoy it once in a while can actually be good for your health. Read about the mindful eating diet.
The fact is that goat meat being red meat is richer than all the white meats but another fact is among all the red meats goat meat is the least rich and offers plenty of nutritional value which lead to greater health benefits. Say for example the delicious dish of Mutton Rogan Josh which is a very popular recipe of the Mughlai cuisine not only carries good amount of important vitamins and minerals but also has a high amount of unsaturated fat in it. You will be surprised to know that it even helps lower bad cholesterol. Read about tips to reduce cholesterol.
Let’s get to the raw nutrition of Goat Meat
Serving size: 110gm
|Fat||2.6g (out of which 0.79g is saturated)|
The Iron content in goat meat is higher than its competitors:
|Types of Meat||Goat||Pork||Beef||Lamb||Chicken|
|Quantity of Iron||3.2mg||2.7mg||2.9mg||1.4mg||1.5mg|
So now that you know that mutton can actually help you build your health when had in the right proportions, don’t stop yourself the next time you go into a restaurant and are tempted to order that mutton dish! See more information on calories and nutrition of Mutton Curry.
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