Meat Vs. Fish


Red meat contains very high quantities of iron

High quality protein (not found in a single vegetarian food)

Phosphorus content present in meat gets much more easily absorbed then that present in cereals and legumes

Main Source for the intake of Vitamin B12

Is high in saturated fats: recommended to be eaten in moderate quantities

If our ancestors had not eaten red meats the brain of humans would be 1/4 of its present size!

In regions where people have the longest lifespan the diet is based almost exclusively on meat of ruminant animals and cultured dairy products

Protein from meat builds and repairs body tissue and formation of antibodies that fight against infections. Vitamins prominent:

A for good vision supports bone + teeth development, maintain health of skin

B supports central nervous system and enhances mental health

D promotes calcium and phosphorus


Helps prevent body from cancer and harmful viruses. Improves body's resistance to surrounding environment and unfavorable conditions.


Strengthens immune system. High Protein diet based on lean red meat has been shown to help weight loss.

Best Ways To Prepare


Stir Fry


Pressure cooker

Low Fat High Quality Protein

Easy to cook

Mainly eaten out

Filled with omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins such as D and B2 (riboflavin)

Fish is rich in calcium and phosphorus and a great source of minerals, such as iron, zinc, iodine, magnesium, and potassium

Fish is packed with protein, vitamins, and nutrients that can lower blood pressure and help reduce the risk of a heart attack or stroke

These essential nutrients keep our heart and brain healthy

One of nature's most versatile foods

Eating the recommended 2 portions of fish a week could cut the risk of death from heart disease by 1/3.

Fish consumption lowers the risk of death from heart disease by 36% Oils in some fish appear to reduce the blood from clotting by reducing the stickiness of the blood. Salmon or Mackerel.

Fish Helps Multiple Things


Brain & Eyes


Cardiovascular disease

Prostate Cancer





Best Ways To Prepare

Baked Fish

Poached Fish

Steamed Fish

Grilled Fish

Broiled Fish

Meat Vs. Fish

shared by VisualApogee on Sep 10, 2012 in Food

Meat Vs. Fish

shared by VisualApogee on Sep 10, 2012 in Food


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