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Food Intake: Red Meat for Iron
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This goal has the following fine print specified by alys:

The Australian recommended intake of meat is 65-100g of cooked red meat, 3-4 times a week. The upper limit for red meat consumption is 455g per week

65g cooked lean meats is about 90-100g raw weight of beef, veal, lamb, pork, kangaroo, or goat.

What is a recommended serve?
The following are examples of 1 serve of meat:

0.5 cup mince
2 small chops
2 slices roast meat.

This should roughly fit into the palm of your hand. A 100g portion of meat is roughly the same size as a deck of playing cards.

Limit or avoid processed meats, which are high in fat, salt and nitrates (sausages, frankfurts, salami, bacon and ham).