Beef burgers can contain more than half of the recommended daily allowance of protein, according to a new report from the US Department of Agriculture.
It says it’s possible to consume beef at a reasonable amount, but not enough to cause a health concern.
The report is based on data from a national food survey conducted between 2004 and 2013.
The USDA said the results were based on “representative data collected by participating farms, restaurants and retailers.”
“Beef” burgers were the most popular protein option among the survey participants, with almost 60 per cent of respondents saying they would eat at least one hamburger per week if they had a choice, the USDA report said.
But the USDA did not give any figures on the amount of beef that a person could eat per day, or how much protein they would need.
There are other protein sources in burgers that can help keep a person’s body in peak shape.
One of the top protein sources is chicken.
Chicken contains about 10 per cent protein, while other meats like turkey and beef contain less than 2 per cent.
“The beef burger is high in fat, and that fat is an important source of nutrients, including vitamins A and C, omega-3 fatty acids, folate, B12, vitamin B12 and manganese,” said Linda Krumholz, an RDN nutritionist and the author of The Protein Book, a guide to building your body’s muscle.
She added, “But it is important to remember that the beef burger has to be properly prepared, and you should not use the beef as a snack.”
The USDA said that the majority of beef burgers were made with pork or beef, and most of them have a lot of preservatives and other preservatives in them.
This can make the burger unhealthy, especially for the elderly.
“We recommend that people eat more than 1/3 of their daily calories from protein and less than 1.5 per cent from fat, or choose other protein-rich foods like beans and lentils,” the USDA said.
“These choices will help keep your body in optimal condition, which in turn will keep you feeling and looking your best.”
In general, a hamburger with a lot more than one meat will contain more protein than one with a few.
“The amount of protein in beef depends on the type of beef, the amount that is in the hamburger, and how many meat parts are in the burger,” Krumhelz said.
“If you are trying to lose weight, try to reduce the amount you eat of beef by 1 per cent per day and limit your consumption of meat-based products like chicken, pork, and fish.”
It’s important to note that the USDA says the USDA doesn’t have data to support the recommended amount of meat that people should eat per week.
The average person needs about 1.2 kilograms of protein to meet their daily requirement.
That’s about the same as a cup of coffee, but only about a third of that amount.
While it’s safe to eat beef as part of a balanced diet, Krumsellz advises that people with higher protein needs should avoid eating too much meat, and limit their intake of processed meat and processed foods.